Mansfield Classical Theatre.
Compare the page in the book with the download provided in the assignment. The download in the Unit 1 assignment is not formatted correctly. It needs to have the HTML code adjusted so that it looks just like the one in the book. Data Files needed for this Case Problem: and macbethtxt.htm Mansfield Classical Theatre Steve Karls is the director of Mansfield Classical Theatre, a theatre company for young people located in Mansfield, Ohio. This summer the company is planning to perform the Shakespeare play Macbeth. Steve wants to put the text of the play on the company’s Web site and has asked for your help in designing and completing the Web page. Steve wants to have a separate page for each scene from the play.A preview of the page you’ll create for Act I, Scene 1 is shown in Figure 1-44. Steve hasalready typed the text of the scene. He needs you to supply the HTML code. 1.Open the macbethtxt.htm file from the tutorial.01case2 folder included with your Data Files. Save the file as macbeth.htm in the same folder. 2. Enclose the entire Macbeth text within the structure of an HTML document. 3. Within the head section, insert a comment containing the following text: Macbeth: Act I, Scene 1 Author: your name Date: the date 4. Add the page title Macbeth: Act I, Scene 1 to the head section. 5. Directly below the opening tag, insert an h1 heading containing the inline image file (located in the tutorial.01case2 folder included with your Data Files) with Macbeth as the alternate text for nonvisual browsers. Add a hori- zontal rule directly below the h1 heading. 6. Mark the text œACT I as an h2 heading. Mark œSCENE 1. as an h3 heading. 7. Mark the summary of the scene as a paragraph. Display the word œSummary in bold. 8. In the text of the play, mark the descriptions of setting, scene, and exits as separate paragraphs, and italicize the text, as shown in Figure 1-44. 9. Mark the dialog as a definition list, with each character’s name marked as a defini- tion term and each speech marked as a definition description. Where the speech goes over one line, use a line break to keep the speech on separate lines, as shown in the figure. 10. Directly below the Exeunt paragraph, insert the line Go to Scene 2. Mark this line as a div element and align it with the right page margin. (Steve will mark this as a link later.) At the end of the line, insert a right arrow character using the 8658 character number. Add horizontal rules directly above and below this statement. 11. Mark the line œText provided by Online Shakespeare as a paragraph, with the text itself marked with the cite element. Align the text with the right page margin. 12. Save your changes to the file, and then confirm the layout and content of the page in your Web browser.