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You can also type new IDs in directly using the ID field in the property inspector.

Jump Links and Crediting Sources

Your final project must be an original work.

As I've mentioned in class, your website must be your own work, and if you do decide to base any of it on other sources, you need to credit those sources.

I recommend that you have a "sources" page if that is the case. In addition, if you decide to quote anything directly, please put it in quotation marks and include a note after the quotation (I'm not fussy about the style you use, though I will admit to prefering Chicago Style, but it really doesn't matter to me.)

If you want to link to the the sources page, and the reference directly, you could use a link to the specific part of the page.

You can link to your IDs. So anything that has an ID you can jump to easily. For example, say you want to jump to the top of your page. If you're using my templates, that is controlled by the #container. So a link to it would look like this:

<a href="#container">Back to top</a>.

You can also add IDs directly to your code, so say I wanted to link to a subheader down the page, I would code that in like this:

<h2 id="jumphere">Subhead lower in page</h2>

The link would look like this:

<a href="#jumphere">Click to go lower in page</a>

If you wanted to link to it from another page, you would have to link to the directory and page first, and then include the hash mark (#) plus the ID name.

For the sake of simplicity, let's assume you're linking from your home page to your sources page, which is kept in a utilities folder. That would look like this:

<a href="utilities/sources.html#webdesign">Web Design Resources</a>

Subhead lower in page

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