At today’s workshop we continued to create more features for our webpage. We were asked to design a navigation bar. We learnt how to make an unorder list. We would then create a link for the different tabs in order for it to become interactive. After that we were introduced to Filezilla which is a FTP software designed to export webpage designs on to the web.
Finally we turned our HTML files into PHP in order to make the webpage more versatile.
Below are screenshots of what I did.
The two screenshot above shows how I created the navigation bar from last weeks workshop using HTML and CSS. I started of unorder listing them on HTML before moving on to CSS to customise the text.
The screenshot above shows the outcome of my navigation bar. I was able to divide the “home” “about” and “contact” and use the hover tag to allow them to react when the mouse hovers over them. Making them a hyperlink.
The screenshot above shows what happens when I click on one of the hyperlinks. It shows that the link works however the navigation bar is no longer there and therefore I am unable to navigate myself back to the homepage. This leads on to the next task we then did in order to make the navigation bar accessible on different pages.
The two screenshot above shows how we changed the HTML file into a PHP file. We created an entirely new PHP file which would hold all the navigation tags. We then changed all of the HTML files into PHP files. This will allow the navigation bar to be visible in all tabs.
The screenshot above shows the outcome after changing the HTML file into a PHP. The URL also shows how we used Filezilla to export the webpage on the web.
I was pleased with my approach to the workshop as I was able to go through with it quite easily and achieve the learning objectives.