Era of Peace mp3 from Newgrounds on a CC license.
HTML and CSS help from W3Schools CSS Examples
and Horizontal Lines - HTML Tutorials for the Complete Idiot
as well as from my "HTML, XHTML & CSS", sixth edition Visual Quickstart Guide textbook
And lastly, help from my lovely professor, Sean Boyle, concerning divs and how to use them. I'm so very grateful for his patience and help.
Project Documentation and Explanation is as follows (Please disregard):
'Launch' page: the story is not directly on the home page of the site. Even on the story page the table of contents comes first upon the page.
Chunked content: the story is separated into chapters, denoted by horizontal lines to separate the sections.
Navigations & anchors: each chapter can be reached from the table of contents. at the bottom of the page is a link to bring one back to the top of the page.
Supportive images: There are two images within the story to aid in the tale
Embedded media: There is a sound file providing atmospheric background music to 'set the stage' at the beginning of the tale.
Embedded fonts: There are multiple fonts selected within the style sheet to aid in readability across multiple platforms, especially for the emphasized elements
RSS file: There is an RSS feed, linked from the home page, with two items, one from the original creation of the site, and one from just now.
Documentation! I also provided credits and links to my source materials.
Marketing: I have mentioned my site on my Livejournal and Tumblr blogs, and could also do so on Facebook. Another idea would be to submit my site to a search engine like Google or join a webring of similar sites.