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VCU INFO 300 - Linux command line, html, and topic of your choice

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Description of the project:INFO 300Instructor: Sergey SamoilenkoAssignment #2Linux command line, html, & topic of your choice.Topic:The project is to build a pro-looking website in your home directory at info300.net using the Linux command line interface and a character-based text editor, either vi or mc. The site should have at least an index.html, and one other page. Student Name: Honor code pledge (please sign):This is an individual assignment and must reflect your own work only This assignment is worth 5% of your grade ( as a part of the 15% “Presentation” part of the grade for the second half of the semester)Description of the project:The project is to build a pro-looking website in your home directory at info300.net using the Linux command line interface and a character-based text editor, either vi or mc. The site should have at least an index.html, and one other page. - The topic for the website may be any that has been approved by the Instructor. - The 'pro look' may be achieved with or without much graphic content. However, you're welcome to take a more graphic approach like you'd find at amore commercial website. - There is a requirement that command line and text-based tools be used in the construction of the site. Do not use FrontPage, Netscape Composer, or any other 'html editor' to construct the site. Do not use Notepad, or Word, or any other Windows text editor on your desktop. - Get to work. I do expect students to be able to find tutorials and references on-line and develop some skills with vi, or midnight-commander, or other tools they want to use for the project. - Investigate 'cascading style sheets' to give your pages a uniform appearance. The project is due in three parts:- Part One is to learn to use putty to get to your command line at info300.net, and learn to use a server-side, character-based editor, like vi or mc to edit your html orother files in your home directory. Demonstrate that you've done this by placing atext file named MyProjectTwo in your home directory with a few sentences describing the project you'll complete for Part Two.- Part Two is to complete the project. Make a directory named 'web' in your home directory, use chmod +x to allow apache to serve files from it. Put index.html andat least one other page there using vi or mc.- Part Three is to prepare the documentation for your project, which should describe, in step-by-step fashion, the process of creation of your


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