Tools Copy the following image urls for images https://www.tocsweb.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/tocs-logo.png https://www.tocsweb.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/towering-oaks-crest.png We’ll be using the app JSAnywhere to experiment with HTML. Key things to note about JSAnywhere: Project – a group of files that make a website, additional images can be added. JS/HTML/CSS – Taps at the top that open the three main files most websites use. The main HTML file,… Read more »
Use the link below for HTML exercises HTML is a “coding” language used by the internet to make webpages. HTML uses invisible markers, called tags, to format a website. Each tag can control the look of whatever is inside. Your WordPress site uses HTML, but that is mostly hidden. Example TAGS: <u>underline text</u> <b>bold text</b> Typing the above will change… Read more »
Go to Dashboard > Settings > Reading and adjust the following settings: Set Homepage to the home page you created Set the Posts Page to the blank Blog page Go to Pages in the dashboard, delete any extra pages, leaving only the home, blog and pictures page. Go to the Post section fo the dashboard and delete all the posts… Read more »
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Composite Photograph Use your own device to take photos and edit them together in Sketchbook. Pick a project below and prepare for the project as described. Use the campus as the setting for your project and take pictures of sceneries and people that will be combined together into one photograph (be careful to match color, shadows/lighting and vertical height where… Read more »
Here is your reference for some of the advanced settings you’ll find on a DSLR Camera and how to adjust those. Share
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See the photos below to find the new tools we’ll learn about today. Tap on a layer to copy and pate. Adding color to an entire area and text from the top tool bar… Mask – think of masking tape – helps you only change one section of a photo without changing other parts. Use the photos below with your… Read more »
Download the images below onto your iPads. Save them to your Photo’s App (aka Camera roll). Open the matching photos in Sketchbook and combine them into one photo; the photo should have all subjects looking at the camera. Save the finished photo to your Photo app. Create a new post on your website and upload your finished pictures. Share