Download the distro code for this project from https://cdn.cs50.net/web/2019/x/projects/0/project0.zip and unzip
project0.zip, which should yield a directory called
Then, in a terminal window (located in
/Applications/Utilities on Mac or by typing
cmd in the Windows task bar), move to the directory where you extracted
(recall that the
cd command can change your current directory), and run
to enter the project directory. Now, run
<!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <title>My Webpage</title> </head> <body> Hello, world! </body> </html>
Then, save your
Alright, now it’s time to make your website your own. Design a personal webpage about yourself, one of your interests, or any other topic of your choice. The subject matter, look and feel, and design of the site are entirely up to you, subject to the following requirements:
.htmlpages, and it should be possible to get from any page on your website to any other page by following one or more hyperlinks.
#idselector at least once, and the
.classselector at least once.
@mediaquery, such that something about the styling changes for smaller screens.
README.md, include a short writeup describing your project, what’s contained in each file, and (optionally) any other additional information the staff should know about your project.
Note that not all of the above requirements are covered in Lecture 0, some will be introduced in Lecture 1.