DIGI 220 Labs
Lab 10 - Basic Layout with Floats
This week's standard lab allows you to demonstrate your understanding of creating basic layouts with floats. You'll create a basic, two-column layout using floats for your Standard lab. Below are an example and instructions for the standard version of lab 10.
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- Two-column/header/footer using floats (3 marks)
- Organization & layout of HTML & CSS
- Meaningful comments in HTML & CSS
- CSS & HTML Valid
- Extra polish applied to standard lab
- Three-Column Float Layout + content (3 marks)
Create Your Float Layout
- Create a new lab10.html page and put some content into it. Put your lab10.html into your labs folder and link it to the CSS file you create in the next section. (Don't forget to put a link from your index.html page to your lab10.html page!)
- Create a new CSS page, name it lab10.css and put it in the CSS folder. Link from your lab10.html page to your new lab10.css page
- Plan a layout with at least four divs. Call them
navigation. Put some filler content in the divs
- Use floats (do not use the
positionproperty) to create a web page layout with two columns and a header and footer
- Once everything is working on your local copy of the website, upload the changed files to your lab site
- Don't forget to validate your HTML and CSS files - I'll be checking both!
- Don't forget to include meaningful comments in both HTML & CSS!
Design and create the layout as above, but with three columns plus a header and footer using floats. For full marks, be sure that your content and design are meaningful, and not simply filler.