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My Eportfolio

<a href="page1.html">HOME</a>   <a href="page1.html">GRAPHICS</a>   <a href="page1.html">MOVING IMAGE</a>   <a href="page1.html">BROCHURE</a>


Create an Eportfolio to showcase your work from your computing classes in Year 9 and Year 10. The Eportfolio needs to record learning process as well as your final product.

Teacher Specification

  • Pages must be made using notepad and HTML
  • The proper file structure must be used and correct filenames
  • The eportfolio must have an index page
  • The eportfolio must have links between pages and contain images
  • The eportfolio must show your reflection on your learning process
If you want to put text next to a picture the easiest way to do it is by using a table like this. Rememeber to use valign="top" to start this text in line with the top of the picture. You can use a table to layout parts of your page, like the link sections. The links on this page have been seperated using the &nbsp space<img src="images/cat.jpg" alt="picture of cat" />

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