MC 4382S – HTML Practice

Another assignment in my Digital and Online Media class was to learn the basics of HTML code and CSS. I had never done anything with HTML or CSS before so this was an entirely new experience for me. Unfortunately for this example, the image and CSS won’t show up on WordPress.

 

So basically this…

 

<h1>Aisling Niestroy’s Favorite Magazines</h1>

<p>Magazines are a big part of my journalistic life. I’ve always told people who inquired about career plans that I’d rather work for a magazine than a newspaper. They’re so much more fun to design than newspapers. (And I think they’re more fun to read, too.)</p>

<p>I’ve always loved magazines. Since I was a little girl, I’ve had at least one magazine subscription sent to my house at a time. The first magazines I can remember receiving are Highlights and some Disney magazine for children. I devoured magazines when I was little. I think they were a very important part of my childhood.</p>

<p>Once I got older, my tastes in magazines changed. I stopped getting Highlights and started getting magazines for preteens. After that, I started subscribing to Seventeen and CosmoGirl! magazine. Now that I’m in college, I’m subscribed to Women’s Health (pictured below) and Cosmopolitan. If I had more money, I would definitely subscribe to a lot more magazines. I can’t get enough!</p>

<h2>Some of my Favorite Magazines</h2>
<ul>
<li>Women’s Health</li>
<li>National Geographic</li>
<li>Texas Monthly</li>
<li>People</li>
<li>Seventeen</li>
<li>Time</li>
<li>Self</li>
<li>Cosmopolitan</li>
</ul>

<h2>Links</h2>
<p><a href=”http://www.womenshealthmag.com”>Women’s Health Magazine</a> is my all time favorite magazine.</p>
<p><a href=”http://www.nationalgeographic.com”>National Geographic</a> has the absolute best website with amazing photos.</p>
<p><a href=”http://www.cosmopolitan.com”>Cosmopolitan Magazine</a> has information on everything about being a woman.</p>

<h2>Contact Information</h2>
<p>For more information, you can email me at an1124@txstate.edu</p>

 

… turns in to this…

 

Aisling Niestroy’s Favorite Magazines

Magazines are a big part of my journalistic life. I’ve always told people who inquired about career plans that I’d rather work for a magazine than a newspaper. They’re so much more fun to design than newspapers. (And I think they’re more fun to read, too.)

I’ve always loved magazines. Since I was a little girl, I’ve had at least one magazine subscription sent to my house at a time. The first magazines I can remember receiving are Highlights and some Disney magazine for children. I devoured magazines when I was little. I think they were a very important part of my childhood.

Once I got older, my tastes in magazines changed. I stopped getting Highlights and started getting magazines for preteens. After that, I started subscribing to Seventeen and CosmoGirl! magazine. Now that I’m in college, I’m subscribed to Women’s Health (pictured below) and Cosmopolitan. If I had more money, I would definitely subscribe to a lot more magazines. I can’t get enough!

Some of my Favorite Magazines

  • Women’s Health
  • National Geographic
  • Texas Monthly
  • People
  • Seventeen
  • Time
  • Self
  • Cosmopolitan

Links

Women’s Health Magazine is my all time favorite magazine.

National Geographic has the absolute best website with amazing photos.

Cosmopolitan Magazine has information on everything about being a woman.

Contact Information

For more information, you can email me at an1124@txstate.edu

MC 4382S – Blog

In my Digital and Online Media class, one of our semester-long assignments is to keep up with a blog over a topic that interests us. After trying to come up with an idea for hours, I finally decided to put my love of the website Pinterest to good use. And thus, Divine Pinspiration was born. Blogging is still a very new thing to me so Divine Pinspiration is definitely a work in progress.