Individual Case Project – Chapter 6 Revisit your project proposal and the page designs you created in Chapter 5. How will you implement Cascading Style Sheets into your project Web site? In the next few chapters, you will learn how to control typography, white space, borders, colors, and backgrounds with CSS. Think about each of these style characteristics and how you will apply them to your page designs. In addition, make a list of possible class names you might use to identify your content. For example, consider using class names for the following page characteristics, as well as creating some of your own: - Body copy - Header (possible different levels) - Footer Individual Case Project – Chapter 7 Design the type hierarchy for your Case Project Web site. Create a type specification HTML page that shows examples of the different typefaces and sizes and how they will be used. This can be a mock-up page that uses generic content but demonstrates the overall typographic scheme. Consider the following questions: - What will be the style for the body type? - How many levels of headings are necessary? - What are the different weights and sizes of the headings? - How will text be emphasized? - Will hypertext links be standard or custom colors?