2. Task2. Task
Ensure that you have worked through all the Module 3 content before completing this assignment. The purpose of this assignment is to help you gain practical experience in creating an HTML page and uploading it to a web server using the File Transfer Protocol (FTP).
For the purpose of this assignment, you must have both FileZilla and a web browser installed on your computer (such as Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Firefox, or Safari), and your computer must be connected to the internet. Please refer to the notes and videos in Module 3 to learn how to install and use FileZilla.
As part of this assignment, you need to include a full screenshot of your web page when it is loaded in your web browser. The methods for taking a screenshot vary depending on the type of device and operating system you are using. Therefore, ensure that you search online to learn how to correctly take a screenshot of your full web-browsing window.
The following task requires you to create an HTML document and transfer it to your web server (Afrihost) using FileZilla. If you are uncertain about how to upload your files to Afrihost using FileZilla, please refer to the screencast video in the Module 3 Unit 3 Notes.
Follow the three steps outlined below to complete this task:
Do not use default content from the Unit 1 examples for your heading and paragraph. Rather, enter the content below for these sections of the web page:
• Add a relevant title for the page in the title tag.
• You do not have to include any CSS code. This will be introduced in Module 6.
- 4. Upload your file to the web browser using FileZilla.
- 5. Once you have successfully uploaded your web page to the web server and have opened it using your browser, take a full screenshot of your page and insert it in the designated space below. The web browser and web page’s URL should both be included in the screenshot.
- 6. Insert your domain name in the space provided below. This is the domain name you chose in your domain registration task in Module 1 and should start with “www”.