Tertiary No. 1, Index No. 2, & Chartreuse No. 5

This assignment introduces the following elements. You should use every one of these elements in order to complete the assignment.

tertiary.html

In a previous assignment you were supposed to create a file named tertiary-01.html & simply populate it using the Templates extension. If you did not do that, create a new file in your colors project: tertiary-01.html.

Reproduce this webpage as tertiary-01.html: Tertiary No. 1

The ordered list is navigation, so indicate that. In that navigation…

The <title> is Tertiary :: Colors.

The content above the horizontal rule is an article. Mark it up as such.

There are two instances of highlighted text on the page. Mark them up appropriately.

The following implied sections (notice the word implied) are all in the page’s footer, so mark them up appropriately: Contact, Socialize, Tools, News.

index.html

Create index-02.html by duplicating index-01.html & update index-02.html as follows.

Update your navigation with the proper links.

The following implied sections (notice the word implied) are all in the page’s footer, so mark them up appropriately: Contact, Socialize, Tools, News.

Everything that’s not in navigation or the page’s footer is in an article, so mark it up as such.

Your index-02.html page will look like this: Index No. 2. Visually, you should see no difference from Index No. 1!

chartreuse.html

Create chartreuse-05.html by duplicating chartreuse-04.html & update chartreuse-05.html as follows.

Update your navigation with the proper links.

The following implied sections (notice the word implied) are all in the page’s footer, so mark them up appropriately: Contact, Socialize, Tools, News.

We’re about to mark up the main content of the page as an article, & navigation doesn’t belong in there, so you need to move navigation above the article.

The following implied section (notice the word implied) should go in an aside, as one day it’s going to become a sidebar: Chartreuse (web color). Make sure you think about how much content that implied section contains!

Everything that’s not in navigation, an aside, or the page’s footer is in an article, so mark it up as such.

Your chartreuse-05.html page will look like this: Chartreuse No. 5. Visually, you should see no difference from Chartreuse No. 4!

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