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Assignment # 5 Instructions In this assignment, you will build an external CSS file with CSS rules related to typography and colors. The CSS file will be linked to a html page which has already been created for you and which deals with a pastry recipe (Lemon Blueberry Scones recipe) for a fictitious website called Baker’s Story. The CSS will style the elements of the html page. Finally your web pages will not look “organic.” You are going to be able to personalize them and add some flair to them! 1. Download bakerstory.zip file from the Assignment 5 module on D2L. 2. Unzip the file. Once unzipped, you will see a folder called bakerstory, it is the local root folder of the Baker’s Story website. Inside the bakerstory folder, you will see two subfolders. One is called images and is your default image folder. The other one is called css and will be used to store external CSS files. The local root folder also contains an html file called scones.html. 3. Rename the bakerstory folder as lastname_bakerstory where last name is your own last name (i.e. collier_bakerstory). 4. Open scones.html in a browser and look at it. 5. Open scones.html in Brackets (or Atom) and inspect the html code. 6. Create a blank external CSS file. Save it as lastname_styles.css (where lastname is your last name – i.e. collier_styles.css) in the css subfolder. 7. Decide on a color palette and typography strategy. a. For the color palette, use tools such as http://colours.neilorangepeel.com/ or https://coolors.co/ to help you build your color palette. You should also know that the blue used in the Baker’s Story logo is # 0a978f. b. For the typography, you need to select two Google fonts (https://fonts.google.com/). One of the Google fonts should be a sans serif font and will be applied to the headings. The other Google font should be a serif font and should be applied to all text (at the exception of the headings). Read more about serif and sans serif fonts at http://www.scribe.com.au/tip-w017.html. 8. Add the top of the CSS file add your color palette’s hexadecimal numbers and/or rgb composition as CSS comments. 9. Link the external CSS file to scones.html. 10. Link the two Google fonts you selected to scones.html 11. In the external CSS file, add some CSS rules to the body element to a. Define the font family (use the serif font) b. Define the space between the lines with the value of your choosing http://colours.neilorangepeel.com/ https://coolors.co/ https://coolors.co/ https://fonts.google.com/ http://www.scribe.com.au/tip-w017.html 12. In the external CSS file, change the font family of all the headings to the sans serif font you selected earlier on. 13. Add a class to the h1 elements containing the text “INGREDIENTS” and “DIRECTIONS.” The class should be named “instructions.” In the external CSS, using this class, add a CSS rule to center these two headings. 14. In the external CSS file, bold all hyperlinks. 15. In the external CSS file, set the following CSS rules for the aside element: a. Set the background color to one of the color in your color palette (refer to the color using the hexadecimal number or the rgb composition). b. Set the text color to one of the color in your color palette (refer to the color using the hexadecimal number or the rgb composition). 16. In the external CSS file, set the following CSS rules for the h1 within the aside element: a. Change the text color to one of the color in your color palette (refer to the color using the hexadecimal number or the rgb composition). b. Set the alignment to center c. Change the font size 17. In the external CSS file, reduce the font size the paragraph within the aside element to the size of your choice. 18. Save the CSS file and scones.hml. 19. Check the results of your work in the browser. Please submit the zipped local root folder to the Assignment 5 Dropbox.

Assignment # 5 Instructions In this assignment, you will build an external CSS file with CSS rules related to typography and colors. The CSS file will be linked to a html page which has already been created for you and which deals with a pastry recipe (Lemon Blueberry Scones recipe) for a fictitious website called Baker’s Story. The CSS will style the elements of the html page. Finally your web pages will not look “organic.” You are going to be able to personalize them and add some flair to them! 1. Download bakerstory.zip file from the Assignment 5 module on D2L. 2. Unzip the file. Once unzipped, you will see a folder called bakerstory, it is the local root folder of the Baker’s Story website. Inside the bakerstory folder, you will see two subfolders. One is called images and is your default image folder. The other one is called css and will be used to store external CSS files. The local root folder also contains an html file called scones.html. 3. Rename the bakerstory folder as lastname_bakerstory where last name is your own last name (i.e. collier_bakerstory). 4. Open scones.html in a browser and look at it. 5. Open scones.html in Brackets (or Atom) and inspect the html code. 6. Create a blank external CSS file. Save it as lastname_styles.css (where lastname is your last name – i.e. collier_styles.css) in the css subfolder. 7. Decide on a color palette and typography strategy. a. For the color palette, use tools such as http://colours.neilorangepeel.com/ or https://coolors.co/ to help you build your color palette. You should also know that the blue used in the Baker’s Story logo is # 0a978f. b. For the typography, you need to select two Google fonts (https://fonts.google.com/). One of the Google fonts should be a sans serif font and will be applied to the headings. The other Google font should be a serif font and should be applied to all text (at the exception of the headings). Read more about serif and sans serif fonts at http://www.scribe.com.au/tip-w017.html. 8. Add the top of the CSS file add your color palette’s hexadecimal numbers and/or rgb composition as CSS comments. 9. Link the external CSS file to scones.html. 10. Link the two Google fonts you selected to scones.html 11. In the external CSS file, add some CSS rules to the body element to a. Define the font family (use the serif font) b. Define the space between the lines with the value of your choosing http://colours.neilorangepeel.com/ https://coolors.co/ https://coolors.co/ https://fonts.google.com/ http://www.scribe.com.au/tip-w017.html 12. In the external CSS file, change the font family of all the headings to the sans serif font you selected earlier on. 13. Add a class to the h1 elements containing the text “INGREDIENTS” and “DIRECTIONS.” The class should be named “instructions.” In the external CSS, using this class, add a CSS rule to center these two headings. 14. In the external CSS file, bold all hyperlinks. 15. In the external CSS file, set the following CSS rules for the aside element: a. Set the background color to one of the color in your color palette (refer to the color using the hexadecimal number or the rgb composition). b. Set the text color to one of the color in your color palette (refer to the color using the hexadecimal number or the rgb composition). 16. In the external CSS file, set the following CSS rules for the h1 within the aside element: a. Change the text color to one of the color in your color palette (refer to the color using the hexadecimal number or the rgb composition). b. Set the alignment to center c. Change the font size 17. In the external CSS file, reduce the font size the paragraph within the aside element to the size of your choice. 18. Save the CSS file and scones.hml. 19. Check the results of your work in the browser. Please submit the zipped local root folder to the Assignment 5 Dropbox.

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