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Design a Tribute Page using HTML & CSS

  • Last Updated : 09 Apr, 2021

A tribute page is basically an overview of someone whom we admire in our life. In this article, we are creating a tribute webpage of Late A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Sir using HTML and CSS. We will add an image of him at the center (below the title) and create a box beneath that image. Inside that box, we will write a few of his achievements and details. We will use div tag and p tag to write the details and img tag for image. Then using CSS, we will align and beautify the design. 

Approach:

  • In the <body> element, we will give the title of the page using h1 tag after that we will add an image of him in the img tag with some caption. We will create another div tag and write all the contents (using p tags). We have also given ID for each tag so that we can beautify the design using respective-ID in the CSS file.
  • In the CSS section we have basically maintained a central design and used box-shadow to create box effect around the main content.

Example:

HTML




<!DOCTYPE html>
<html lang="en">
  
<head>
    <style>
  
        /* Styling the body element 
        like body color and margin */
          
        body {
            background-color: #00FA9A;
            margin: 20%;
        }
  
        /* Styling the Title and giving 
        shadow to the title */
        #title {
            text-align: center;
            text-shadow: 5px 5px 10px white;
            font-size: 7vh;
        }
  
        /* Setting width and display 
        type of image */
        img {
            display: inline-block;
            width: 100%;
        }
  
        /* Setting font color and font 
        size of the image-caption */
        #caption {
            font-size: 17px;
            font-family: Gill Sans;
            color: black;
        }
  
        /* Styling the content of the page like-
        padding, font-soze, font color etc.*/
        div#tribute-data {
            background-color: rgb(46, 139, 87, 0.25);
            box-shadow: 20px 20px 20px #98FB98;
            font-family: Georgia;
            padding: 25px 25px;
            margin: 11px;
            margin-top: 50px;
        }
  
        /* Styling the title of the content */
        h1.title-APJ {
            font-size: 35px;
            color: white;
            text-align: center;
            text-shadow: 5px 5px 10px black;
        }
  
        /* Styling the link provided at the end */
        #tribute-link {
            text-decoration: none;
            color: black;
        }
    </style>
</head>
  
<body>
    <main id="main">
  
        <!-- Title of the page -->
        <h1 id="title">
            A. P. J. Abdul Kalam
        </h1>
  
        <div id="img">
  
            <!--Image of the Tribute Person-->
            <img src="APJ Kalam.png" id="image" 
                alt="Error Loading Image">
            <small id="caption">
                Great Indian scientist and
                politician who played a leading 
                role in the development of India’s 
                missile and nuclear weapons 
                programs.
            </small>
        </div>
  
        <div id="tribute-data">
  
            <!--Achievements and other 
                details of the person-->
            <h1 class="title-APJ">
                About the Legend
            </h1>
  
            <p>
                ☛ A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, in full 
                Avul Pakir Jainulabdeen Abdul Kalam, 
                was born on October 15, 1931, in 
                Rameswaram, Tamil Nadu, India.<br><br
                ☛ He served as the 11th President 
                of India from 2002 to 2007.<br><br
                ☛ Kalam earned a degree in 
                aeronautical engineering from the 
                Madras Institute of Technology and in 
                1958 joined the Defence Research and 
                Development Organisation (DRDO).<br><br
                ☛ In 1969, he moved to the Indian 
                Space Research Organisation, where he 
                was project director of the SLV-III, the 
                first satellite launch vehicle that was
                both designed and produced in India.
                <br><br> ☛ Rejoining DRDO in 1982, 
                Kalam planned the program that produced 
                a number of successful missiles, which 
                helped earn him the nickname <strong>
                “Missile Man.”</strong>
                <br><br> ☛ Among those successes 
                was Agni, India’s first intermediate-range 
                ballistic missile, which incorporated 
                aspects of the SLV-III and was launched 
                in 1989.
                <br><br> ☛ He also played a 
                pivotal organisational, technical, 
                and political role in India's Pokhran-II
                nuclear tests in 1998, the first since 
                the original nuclear test by India in 1974.
                <br><br> ☛ From 1992 to 1997 Kalam 
                was scientific adviser to the defense 
                minister, and he later served as principal
                scientific adviser (1999–2001) to the 
                government with the rank of cabinet minister.
                <br><br> ☛ His prominent role in 
                the country’s 1998 nuclear weapons tests 
                solidified India as a nuclear power and 
                established Kalam as a national hero, 
                although the tests caused great concern 
                in the international community.
                <br><br> ☛ In 1998 Kalam put 
                forward a countrywide plan called 
                Technology Vision 2020, which he described
                as a road map for transforming India from 
                a less-developed to a developed society 
                in 20 years. The plan called for, among
                other measures, increasing agricultural 
                productivity, emphasizing technology as 
                a vehicle for economic growth, and 
                widening access to health care and 
                education.
                <br><br> ☛ Kalam received <b>7</b>
                honorary doctorates from <b>40</b
                universities. The Government of India 
                honoured him with the <b>Padma Bhushan 
                in 1981</b> and the <b>Padma Vibhushan 
                in 1990</b> for his work with ISRO and
                DRDO and his role as a scientific advisor
                to the Government.
                <br><br> ☛ In 1997, Kalam received
                India's highest civilian honour, the 
                Bharat Ratna, for his contribution to 
                the scientific research and modernisation 
                of defence technology in India.
                <br><br> ☛ In 2013, he was the 
                recipient of the Von Braun Award from 
                the National Space Society "to recognize 
                excellence in the management and leadership 
                of a space-related project".
                <br><br> ☛ While delivering a 
                lecture at the Indian Institute of 
                Management Shillong, Kalam collapsed and 
                died from an apparent cardiac arrest on 
                <b>27 July 2015</b>, aged 83.
                <br><br> ☛ Wheeler Island, a 
                national missile test site in Odisha, was 
                renamed <b>Kalam Island</b> in September 
                2015.
                <br><br> ☛ A prominent road in 
                New Delhi was renamed from Aurangzeb 
                Road to <b>Dr APJ Abdul Kalam Road</b
                in August 2015.
                <br><br> ☛ In February 2018, 
                scientists from the Botanical Survey 
                of India named a newly found plant 
                species as Drypetes kalamii, in his 
                honour.
                <br><br><br>
            </p>
        </div>
        <br>
            For more information, 
        check out
        <a id="tribute-link" href="#">
            <b>A.P.J. Abdul Kalam</b> on Wikipedia. [
            <small>Developed by @<a href="#">
                    Sushant Gaurav.</a></a>
        </small>]
    </main>
</body>
  
</html>

Output:

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