Develop a website, with a minimum of 5 pages, and a maximum of 10 pages, on a topic of your choice. If you are struggling to choose a topic you might want to consider one of a specific tourist attraction, TV series, or a type of cuisine. It should be built using valid HTML and CSS. You must create the HTML and CSS yourself (i.e. use of third-party CSS frameworks, such as Bootstrap, and automated authoring tools, for layout and aesthetics are expressly prohibited). The site must have a consistent style, though it does not need to be particularly aesthetically pleasing.
If you develop a server-side application, it must be built using a technology supported by the student web server (this includes PHP and ASP.NET among others). Exceptions to this rule may be made by obtaining prior written agreement from your tutor, but this will be at his discretion.
Third party images, videos and copy may be used to provide content for the site, but these must all be attributed on the page where they are used. The reference for each and every item of third-party content must be provided in the footer of the page on which it is used, in APA format.