Here is a sample website I created to help my students link pages created by their peers to their project. Each group shared a common project guide (via Google Assignments). They added their website plans, style discussions, sketches to this document. I also added a section where they could share their links to their mini-website pages once they finished working on their individual pages.
This was a fun project to do over zoom breakout sessions. We used the classroom time for teams to hash out their ideas. The shared project guide kept them on track with tasks that needed to be done independently. I divided the class into groups of three to four students. Each student had to work on at least two html pages. Each group used a common CSS style sheet to keep the look and feel alike through the website.
I am really thrilled we could continue to do paired programming even through distance learning. Would love to share student samples soon. I created the sample website mentioned here to help them integrate their work better. The instructions given on Lesson 20 to copy/paste their peer pages into their project seemed cumbersome. My students found this technique a lot easier to do. Adding links to all pages from the Top landing page of the project. Each mini-website (peer developed site) would point back to the Top landing page.