Turn in through Oncourse Assignments
Create a CSS stylesheet for your restaurant XML document. The stylesheet should provide lucidity (easy readability) and, ideally, beauty to the document. Link the XML document to the stylesheet.
It is unlikely that you will need to restructure or alter your XML document in any way except for linking to the stylesheet. Regardless of whether you make other changes, make sure the XML is still well-formed and valid.
If you use Mozilla Firefox, open the Error Console (Tools → Web Developer → Error Console) to look for errors in your CSS. If you use another web browser, it may have a similar tool; look for it.
Text needs to contrast with its background to be readable; so don’t use dark text over a dark background, or light text over a light background.
Spacing is important for readability and beauty, so make good use of padding, margins, borders, and possibly inserted whitespace content.
Turn in the restaurant XML document and the CSS stylesheet as attachments through Oncourse Assignments.
Documents must still be well-formed, valid XML to qualify for points. Such documents with their style sheets may earn:
Documents that are not well-formed or valid XML earn 0 points.