In this video, you will add pages to your website, choose layouts for them, and add text.
To begin, discuss with your group any additional information you’d like to include in your website.
Think about the purpose of your website.
What information could you share with your audience to help support that purpose?
For example, if you are trying to get people to volunteer for your event,
you could describe in greater detail the problem you are trying to solve
and how your event could help solve it.
Decide as a group whether individual students will build the additional pages of your website
or if you will design them together.
If you want to create the pages separately, everyone should go back to their own computers to work on them.
Now add a page to your website and give it a title.
The titles for each page will show up on your website’s homepage
and allow viewers to navigate easily from page to page.
Next, select a layout.Your layouts can combine text and images, or just images.
You can also add more than one layout to a page.
Then add text to your page, keeping your website’s purpose and audience in mind.
Finally, format the text.
Repeat these steps for all of the pages you added to your website.
Additional pages might include photos of your team or from the event itself,
the story of how you got the idea for your project, or contact information.
Be mindful of the types of information you share on your website.
However, since your website will be available to anyone on the internet,
do not include personal information like personal phone numbers and addresses.
Now, it’s your turn:
Discuss the pages you’d like to add to your site with your group,
Add pages and select layouts,
And add text and format it.