Create HTML Using MS Word
After reviewing these links, complete the steps listed below.
- Nestorov, H. (2016, February 28). Insert Excel table into Word document [Video file]. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jtk7lKGuhTA (2:23)
- eHow. (2009, January 26). Using Microsoft Word: How to write HTML in Word [Video file]. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uC3Wff8ra6o (1:15)
In this exercise, you will use Microsoft Word to create a simple website for Heritage Dogs.
- Launch Word and type “Heritage Dogs” into the document.
- Click File > Save As and save your file as a Web Page named “index.html” rather than as a Word Document. Save the file as “index.html.” (Depending on your version of Word, the default for the file extension may be “htm,” which is also recognized as a web page.)
- Click New to create another page and type “Thai Ridgeback” into the document.
- Save it as “Thai Ridgeback.html.”
- Create additional web pages for each breed that Heritage Dogs plans to promote (Come up with at least three more).
- Return to the index page and type “Thai Ridgeback” into the document. Highlight “Thai Ridgeback” and click Insert > Hyperlink and locate “Thai Ridgeback.html.” Select the file and click OK. You have just created a hyperlink.
- After you create additional hyperlinks for each breed, save and close the files.
- Locate the index file on your computer, and open it with the browser of your choice.
- Check the hyperlinks to make sure they all work.
- Go back to each individual breed’s page and add a brief description for each breed and small image. Save each page and check all the links again.
- Submit ALL of your files to this assignment submission folder.