Web Page Design
Oscar Worthy Salaries Activity 31
1. Create a simple web page that contains the content below. You should format
each line with the html code.
2. The title of the page is Activity 31 Oscar Worthy Salaries by Student Name.
3. Save the page as Oscar Worthy Salaries
4. Create the web page that includes the text and table as described below.
5. Include a title on the page that reads: Oscar-Worthy Salaries. Format the title on
the page as a Heading 1.The subtitle should be centered text, but it not a
6. Format the bulleted list with square bullets as noted in the text.
7. Include a table that is has the same layout as the table below. Include the
following guidelines for each table:
a. Set the border of the table to 3.
b. Change the color of the border to red.
c. Set the cellspacing to 2.
d. Set the cellpadding 6.
e. Add a gray background color to each actor or actress name cell.
f. Make the words Male Actor Summary and Female Actor Summary
vertically aligned to the top of the cell.
g. Add a caption below the table that reads: *Sources: BLS; Billboard;
CNN.com; Variety; Forbes.
h. Center the table.
i. Set the width of the table to be 80%
j. Color the cells of the table purple with white text.
k. Set the rowspan and colspan in the table as printed on this page.
8. Add a line at the bottom of this page right aligned:
This page was created by Student Name on today’s date
9. Save this web page as: Oscar Worthy Salaries
10. When you finish, save your work and print the code and the web version
of your document.
By Kate Lorenz, CareerBuilder.com Editor
Julia Roberts may not have starred in a movie in 2005 -- her last film appearances were in 2004's
"Ocean's Twelve" and "Closer" -- but she remains the highest-paid actress in Hollywood,
commanding $20 million a film, according to the Hollywood Reporter's annual list of top-earning
actresses. And she's not the only one to rake in the big bucks for as little as a few weeks' worth of
What are other Hollywood A-listers bringing in? Chew on this:
Lindsay Lohan collected $7.5 million for the 2006 romantic comedy "Just My Luck"
Nicole Kidman pulled down $16 million for this year's sci-fi release "The Visiting."
Johnny Depp reportedly netted $17.5 million for "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory," and
will also earn $20 million each of the "Pirates of the Caribbean" sequels.
Colin Farrell and Jamie Foxx are rumored to be receiving up to $20 million each for the
upcoming big-screen version of the 80s TV hit "Miami Vice."
Tinseltown's elite can earn multimillion-dollar paychecks, but their on-screen counterparts don't
make nearly that much. This year's Academy Award nominees portrayed people working in jobs
ranging from part-time store clerk to veteran CIA agent -- not really the jobs that can support the
glamorous and fabulous life of a celebrity.
Here's a look at what the people portrayed in Oscar-nominated roles would earn in present day
Nominee Movie Character Character's Salary
Male George Clooney CIA operative Bob In 2000, entry-level pay for "clandestine
Actor Barnes in "Syriana" service" ranged from $31,000 to $38,000
Summary Matt Dillon Police Officer Ryan $46,600 annually (average)
Paul Giamatti Boxing trainer Joe $35,880 annually (average)
Gould in "Cinderella
Female Reese Singer/musician $1 million-plus
Actor Witherspoon June Carter Cash in
Summary "Walk the Line"
Amazing Fact: Country singer Faith Hill, whose other half is crooner Tim McGraw, sold 1.5 million
copies of her latest album in 2005. The couple, who plans to tour together in 2006, grossed nearly
$50 million from their 2000 tour.
*Sources: BLS; Billboard; CNN.com; Variety; Forbes.