This assignment ask you to develop a website consisting of 9 navigation [url removed, login to view] nine pages must have one sub-level [url removed, login to view] is the prefer CSS template require for the development of the [url removed, login to view] may used other standard CSS [url removed, login to view] site is the final site for my [url removed, login to view] completing the site,you are to link the site with my [url removed, login to view] will find in the eporfolio that the final site page is under [url removed, login to view] you are to include a screen shot of the intended template [url removed, login to view] see the below guidelines provided by the [url removed, login to view] are information about the design and content of the site,my eportfolio and guidelines for the site you may need. Please ensure that the navigation bar for pages appear horizontally at the top of each [url removed, login to view] Deadline for this assignment is march 17,2013
INFO552 – Final Site Guidelines
c) PLAN. You do not have to wait until my proposal feedback to begin designing this website. Upon submission of your proposal, plan your site following similar steps you learned in creating your ePortfolio:
a. Web Standards, Validation, Creative Commons
b. Design (start working with your chosen template)
c. Content, including images (nav bar pages #1 - #6, plus sub-level html webpage #7)
d. Web 2.0 Tools, which includes a required form (covered week 7) plus at least one appropriate web 2.0 app
e. Accessibility & Usability features (covered fully during Weeks 8 and 9)
f. Site Credits (webpage #8)
g. Site Map (webpage #9)
d) DESIGN. You may use any web authoring tool you are most comfortable with to create this website. This website design must be a table-less (div/css) layout design. Be sure to properly credit any templates you use from others (in the footer or on [url removed, login to view] page). The site map for this site should be a web page with the pages of the site listed as an unordered, nested list with all text hyperlinked.
e) TEST USABILITY. Post your site’s URL in the Week 8/9 Q&A forum to get early user feedback on your design.
f) VALIDATE. While not required for the final site design, because you are designing for a client, you should validate the (X)HTML and CSS (and if applicable, for accessibility), for the [url removed, login to view] homepage using the validator tools on W3C’s website (xhtml/css) and the CynthiaTest website (accessibility). Post the validation links (or icons) to the homepage of your site. Copyright your site. Post a Creative Commons icon on your site, if it is appropriate and necessary.