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The Marketing Director at Steel Solutions is unhappy that the links on the company Web page appear in blue when unvisited and purple when visited, because those are the logo colors of their closest competitor. She has asked you to update the Web pages to use navy for unvisited links, olive for visited links, and red for active links. Create a Web Page similar to Figure 3-4 on page HTM 73 in the Shelley - Cashman textbook, with three text links to a Web page in an external Web site. Add the appropriate link attributes in the body tag to define the link colors as requested by the marketing director.

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The Marketing Director at Steel Solutions is unhappy that the links on the company Web page appear in blue when unvisited and purple when visited, because those are the logo colors of their closest competitor. She has asked you to update the Web pages to use navy for unvisited links, olive for visited links, and red for active links. Create a Web Page similar to Figure 3-4 on page HTM 73 in the Shelley - Cashman textbook, with three text links to a Web page in an external Web site. Add the appropriate link attributes in the body tag to define the link colors as requested by the marketing director.

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An Example of Basic HTML Formatting Elements

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Prepare an HTML document using Microsoft® Notepad, focusing on a concept relevant to this course. Begin by choosing a topic of interest. Brainstorm or outline important concepts related to the chosen topic. Structure your Web page to incorporate the following HTML elements:

Please put both the HTML tag and the topic combined.

Topic: Should L.A Lakers trade Kobe Bryant?

You can make up any paragraph you want.

? Title
? Headings of three different sizes
? Two instances of bold
? Two instances of italics
? Two instances of a horizontal rule
? One list: ordered, un-ordered, or definition
? Two paragraphs of text related to course content
? Two attributes applied to an HTML element, such as alignment and/or color.

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