Converting word docs to html, specific and detailed instructions will be given, and a template provided. This is not a technically challenging project, but coder must be detail-oriented. This is a grammar project for an iPhone app, so accuracy is highly important. Please don't hesitate to ask any questions whatsoever. Attached will be the following: A list of exercises to be made into HTML Chapter Documents (10) Test Content Documents (12) Answer Key for tests (1) HTML Template HTML Examples of pages already done For the list of exercises to be made into HTML: They are separated by "Ch.#" and split into 2 columns. On the left, they are FIB or Fill-in-the-Blank. These exercises, which will have to be copied from the Chapter and Test Documents, have to be made so that there are 2 things: 1) HTML page exercise without the answers, labeled with the same exercise # "#[url removed, login to view]", ex- [url removed, login to view] 2) HTML page exercise with the answers in red, labeled with the same exercise # "#.html", ex - [url removed, login to view] To create these FIB files, see the examples. Find the appropriate answer in the Answer Key document and put it in the HTML with red color. The column on the right is MCQ or Multiple Choice. For these create multiple choice questions according to the template in the word docs. These can be created in Word. Label them as their exercise #MCQ, ex- 1.7MCQ.doc. Using the answer key document, identify the correct answer with "(Correct)" next to the correct text. *See examples in the Test content document. The tests exercises already have the answers given for the FIB and the MCQ. The FIB questions in these parts of the tests, labeled for you as "Test P1 FIB" (test part 1 fill-in-the-blank), need to be put into HTML as specified above as well.
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