CS 100 - Computer Literacy, Spring 2006
This lab assignment will have you create an
HTML page that will contain a table.
Lab Assignment 5
Due: Friday 2/17/2004 by 12:00 noon
For this lab assignment, complete the following:
Create a web page to display the following information:
- A title of CS 100 Lab 5
- A heading of CS 100 Lab 5
- An unordered list containing your name, Net-ID, Time of Lab
- A table showing the winners of the 6 relay swimming events
from the 2004 Olympics in Athens.
These events are
the women's 4x100 Freestyle Relay, the women's 4x200 Freestyle
Relay, the women's 4X100 Medley Relay,
the men's 4x100 Freestyle Relay, the men's 4x200 Freestyle
Relay, and the men's 4X100 Medley Relay.
This information is given toward
the middle and at the bottom of the page at
Your table is to show the names of the winning country for the
Gold, Silver and Bronze medals for each event. Your table must
also have a caption describing the table.
Your table should appear as shown below
(with a caption and the team information correctly filled in!).
Note the table
uses table headings, row spans and column spans. Also note, the
table shown below is actually an image so you can't just "view source"
to see how the table was created.
A link to the web page with the 2004 Olympic Swimming medalists (which
IS listed above and can be accessed using "view source").
- This web page must be placed in your web space (in your public_html
directory) on your Icarus account.
- You are also required to put a link on your Icarus Home Page to
the page you created for this lab.
Verify that your link and the file are viewable via a web browser
from the URL of:
where NETID is your own Net-ID
You can check this out via the link to your home page on the
CS 100 Student List page.
Once you are at your home page, follow the link you added to
your home page for this lab assignment.
- You are also to submit this web page electronically by
either emailling the page
to the CS 100 instructor account at email@example.com
or using the UNIX turnin command.
To use the UNIX turnin command to electronically hand-in your
html file using the project name of lab5. To submit the file in
<filename> for lab5, the turnin command is entered as:
turnin -c troy -p lab5 <filename>
Thus if your file has the name of lab5.html, the command would be:
turnin -c troy -p lab5 lab5.html