Lesson 9: Project – Multi-Page Websites

Web Lab | Project


After learning about how to link web pages to one another, students are finally able to publish the website they have been working on. In this lesson, they link together all the previous pages they have created into one project, create a new page, and add navigation between the pages before publishing the entire site to the Web.


Students will be able to:

  • Connect multiple web pages into one website using hyperlinks.


  • Hyperlink – A link from a HTML file to another location or file, typically activated by clicking on a highlighted word or image on the screen.

Introduced Code


  1. Re-Visit the Chapter 1 Project Rubric

Peer Review

  1. Get with a partner
  2. Get the Personal Website – Peer Review
  3. Complete the Peer Review Guide and make any final revisions to your website.
  4. Turn in: Project Guides, Peer Review Guides, and student website addresses.

Wrap Up (10 minutes)

Journal: Personal Website

  1. After the first day of pulling together your personal website reflect on your experience in your journal.
    1. How did you use the problem solving process to in creating your site?
    2. What do you like about your site so far?
    3. What do you still want to know how to do?
  2. Go to Code Studio to complete your reflection on your attitudes toward computer science. Your answers are anonymous.
  3. Share out the things you still want to learn how to do. We will keep this list and cross it off as you learn more things in the unit.
  4. Add the new tags you learned to the “HTML Tags” section of your journal.

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