Task 1 – (Research)
There are many different websites with information about dog sports. You should do some research using these websites. When conducting your research bear in mind the purpose of the website, to introduce dog sports as an exciting enjoyable activity users can do with their dogs. You should make notes and record the addresses of useful websites that you find. Discuss these notes and ideas for your website with your tutor before proceeding.
Task 2 – (Design Specification)
Using appropriate techniques, you are required to specify the structure and navigation of the proposed site. The specification should be neat, use appropriate techniques and be easy to understand. Imagine the specification is being used to explain your proposed website to someone with no prior knowledge of web design. There should be enough detail presented in such a way that the client can quickly understand what will be developed.
Task 3 – (HTML)
The website must be developed using XHTML 1.0 Strict and feature a minimum of ten interlinked pages. The website must feature the content described above (excluding the ‘Dog Sports Advice’ forum) and meet the following criteria:
• Be consistent with the design specification produced for task 2
• Work fully in both Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox. You should consult your tutor for guidance on the specific versions of these browsers you should use.
• Be viewable on monitors with screen resolutions of 1024x768 without users having to scroll
• Integrate and use a range of media appropriately.
• Demonstrate good application of web design principles and be easy to navigate and use.
Task 4 – (CSS)
Create a single external CSS file that specifies the design for the website. Each of the HTML pages must link to this CSS file. There should be no use of the style attribute or the <style> element in the website.
Task 5 – 15 Marks (Test the Website and Write a Test Report)
You must use the W3C validation service ([url removed, login to view]) to check your HTML and CSS code. You should endeavour to remove as many non-compliant features as possible. Save the output from this tool.
Test the website using both Internet Explorer and Firefox. Record in your notes any significant
differences between the rendering and actions of the browsers and attempt to diagnose the cause. You do NOT need to modify your code to correct any differences between browsers.
Write a short report including the outputs from the validation service and for each validation
error/comment that you did not remove or resolve, provide an explanation of the problem and what would be required to fix it. The written part of your report must not exceed 1000 words. Do not spend an excessive amount of time on this task.
Décerné à :
5 freelance font une offre moyenne de $145 pour ce travail
Hi, We have experience and expertise working with User experience, UI Design & HTML/CSS for web 2.0 applications. Please see PM for further details. Regards, Waqas