What you should expect to find on this website:
This website is a compliation of most of the projects the editor made for her Basic Web Design course. Some of the projects she recommends you check out first are the Math Flashcards page, the Succulent Propogation page, and the Pool Color Scheme page. Enjoy the site!
Math flashcards to practice your basic addition/multiplication/division skills. Hover cursor over card to reveal the correct answer, once you think you know what it is.
Propogate succulents yourself, and discover the joys of gardening. Through propogation, you can make infinite replications of a single plant. Yes, it takes time, but succulents make great gifts. Just make sure to start them at least 5 months before you plan to gift them.
Read member bios, and see a picture of each fictional 'Fruities' character. These little guys were hand-sewn by the editor in the middle of the Covid-19 summer quarantine. Note:only the link back to the homepage is a valid link.
A step-by-step tutrial on how to embed videos into your HTML project. This is useful for embedding YouTube videos into a webpage, but it works for most video types with sight modifications.
A compilation of smaller fish tank images form a large one. Did you know that watching fish swim is proven to be a stress-reliever? Maybe a picture of fish will work the same way.
The complete menu for Beachfront Cafe. Note: As far as the editors know, the Beachfront Cafe is not a real restaurant. However, if there was an actual restaurant with this menu, we would totally go there.
Color scheme for a competitive pool, formatted for HTML usage. Includes two shades of blue, and a lane-line-marker red color.
A very basic, easy math quiz. Good for grades 5+. Results are NOT checked/graded.
Read about Iyla V. Toswym's new pool and swim store, in downtown Irwin. Note: This is not a real piece of news. If you couldn't tell by Iyla's name, this is a fake article. Any similarities to real people, alive or dead, is completely coincidental.
Can't decide what pet to get? Let us help you choose! Variables like shedding, excercise needs and costs will help you decide whether to get a dog, cat or fish. Keep in mind that the values given are for the average example of that pet.