1. Define "Pixel" and describe the role it plays in creating digital images.
2. Create an image using pixels in Microsoft Excel.
Step 1: Watch this video on pixels:
Step 3: Write the following in pixels:
Step 4: Begin to work on your own Pixel Art! Look at the examples below for ideas.
Step 1: Start a new "Web Lab" Project called "Stylesheet Practice."
Step 2: Delete all code. Then Copy and Paste the code below into the project:
<link rel="stylesheet" href="style.css">
alt="Ahwahnee Logo" />
<h1> Ahwahnee Middle School </h1>
<p> This school is in Fresno. There are a lot of cool students, teachers and staff that work there. </p>
<h3> Grades </h3>
<p> 7th and 8th grade school </p>
<h3> Electives </h3>
<p> There are many electives at this school. Here are some examples: </p>
<li> Spanish 1 and Spanish for Native Speakers </li>
<li> Leadership </li>
<li> Environmental Science </li>
<li> Computer Science and Programming </li>
<li> Journalism </li>
<li> Career Exploration </li>
<li> Choir </li>
<li> Band and Orchestra </li>
<h3> Sports </h3>
<p> We play all of the regular sports that most other school play like football, basketball, soccer, wrestling, baseball and softball. We also have Track and Field and Cross Country. We do very well in our city competitions. We have been champions in many sports like football. </p>
<h2> In Conclusion </h2>
<p> We have a great school for many reasons like sports, electives and the great students and staff. </p>
Step 3: Download the picture below and add it to your project. Don't change the name of the picture when you save it!
Step 4: Add the following stylistic changes to the webpage:
1. Make the background a dark color.
2. Make the text appear in a color other than black or white.
3. Resize the picture so that it's not too big or too small.
4. Place the picture to the right of the text.
5. Add a border to the picture with a color other than black or white.
6. Put a background color to the paragraphs AND the list.
Click Below to get started with Storyboard That: