Assignment 3: Pages
Almost every website you encounter has a master HTML file called the index. There can be multiple index files on a site, but at least one index is the homepage of the site.
You are going to create a lot of files labeled
index.html. Similar to READMEs and GitHub, when a URL is passed to a browser that does not specify a file, the browser automatically “looks for” and requests a
index.html from the host server.
. ├── index.html ├── css/ │ └── style.css ├── images/ │ ├── photo-1.jpg │ └── photo-2.jpg └── pages/ ├── about.html ├── contact.html └── gallery.html
Neat-O Essentially, this means something like
http://baseurl.com/index.html are the same! (This is not true for all websites, but for many.)