We currently have an html webpage with too much code. Some of this code is redundant, and other code can be moved to external files and referenced by the webpage (eg. Stylesheets). We would like to significantly reduce the amount of code on the webpage, while maintaining the look and functionality of the page.
The project winner will be required to remove redundant code, and move as much code as possible to external files that will be referenced by the webpage.
The text on this webpage is approximately 800 words. The objective is for the webpage to have a code to text ratio of 40% or greater as measured by the tool [url removed, login to view] However, the webpage must look and function exactly as it does currently.
The project winner will be given a webpage, and the following is required:
1. Remove redundant code.
2. Create a stylesheet and move as much code as possible from the webpage to the stylesheet.
3. Any other techniques that involve moving code to external files to reduce the amount of code on the webpage.
4. The code to text ratio of the new webpage must be 40% or greater as measured by the tool [url removed, login to view]
5. The new webpage must look and function exactly the same as the current webpage.
2 files are required:
1. Stylesheet file ([url removed, login to view])
2. Modified Webpage template ([url removed, login to view]) with a code to text ratio of 40% or greater as measured by [url removed, login to view]
3. Any other external file that is used to achieve the project objective.
We are looking at a budget of approximately $20.