1. Today we do a documented progress report on your semester project.
1.1 Demonstrate your progress to date to one of the lab instructors and get their signature of approval.
1.2 As the first link in your redesigned Web page, embed a link to the current Web page so that your fellow students and instructors can easily compare the original page to your redesigned one.
2. The purpose of this exercise is to become familiar with the capabilities of DHTML. Two fine examples of how elements of your Web page can become dynamic are given here:
2.1 Copy down these two pages to your own folder, HW13B, and make them play.
2.2 Modify the content of the message.html to reflect some event in your life (other than the final).
2.3 Rename the title of the SpookyEyes.html file and change the tiled background.
The two examples investigated here are drawn from an excellent collection of DHTML scripts available at