WEB I FINAL EXAM

Web II Final -- Andrew Hayford


Web I final -- Beth Hall
Web I final -- Matt Carroll



Final Exam: You will be creating an informational web site for your final exam. The topic of this
web site will be "York High School Web Design." You will be placing your own information on these pages and share what you have learned in this class and on your own. You will also review the W3C web site (http:// www.w3c.org) to find information to include on your web site. Be sure to put ideas/information in your own words AND cite the sources on each page. Your web site must contain the below listed information and pages. Remember that your entire site must have a consistent "look and feel." Your final exam web site is due on or before the final exam date; you will be expected to "present" your web site to the class. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1. Pages to create: Home Page, Web Design Guidelines (including color symbolism info.), Programming Information (I’ll be sharing some of this with you in class), Basic HTML, CSS, DHTML and/or CSSP, JavaScript, Useful Links, and any other page you deem important and appropriate.
*Features of your web site:
  • Frames Layout
  • Navigation Bar (On Left Frame)--same one in the same location on every page
  • Title on Top (CoolText or Glow Feature)--same STYLE in same position on every page
  • Current date--JavaScript (at the top)--same location on every page
  • To the top image link (anchor)--same one in the same location on every page
  • To the bottom image link (anchor)--same one in the same location on every page
  • Home image link--same one in the same location on every page
  • E-mail link--same one in the same location on every page
  • CSS (external/linked): influence body, heading tags, sidebar, links, etc.
  • Sidebar (influenced by CSS)--one ONE page
  • Useful Web Links: webmonkey.com, our wiki, w3c.org, hexadecimal web page, add at l least six more
  • Updated by your name & JavaScript code for current date (on every page of your web site)
  • Table (on one page) Ordered, unordered, and definition list (on one page)
  • Collapsible List (on one page)
  • Scroll Bar WITHIN a section of a web page (on one page)
  • Prompt for name and Welcome Message (at the top of HOME page)
*My suggestion is that your create one page (home) with most of the above elements (excluding content), then save it seven times (using the names of each web page--see Item C below) and/or create a linked CSS that contains absolute positioning for the current date, to the top image, to the bottom image, home image link, e-mail link, and updated by current date).

WEB I FINAL EXAM ASSESSMENT



I. Content............................................................................................................................40%

  • Minimum of ten "pieces" of information per page, including related code and terminology
  • Sources are cited on each page
  • The creation of the following pages
    • Home Page
    • Web Design Guidelines
    • Programming Information: Tips/Similarities/Careers/Skills
    • Basic HTML
    • External (Linked) CSS
    • DHTML and/or CSSP
    • JavaScript
    • Useful Links

II. Ease of Navigation/Layout/Appearance (5 points for each of the below)......................20%

  • Links work
  • Pleasant appearance/color scheme
  • Well balanced
  • Not too much scrolling

III. Features (2 points for each of the below)...................................................................30%

  • Navigation Bar (same one on every page)
  • Title (same style on every page)
  • To the Top Link (same one in same location on every page)
  • To the Bottom Link (same one in same location on every page)
  • Home Link (same one in same location on every page)
  • E-Mail Link (same on in same location on every page)
  • CSS code influencing at least five elements: body, links, headings, sidebar,
  • Sidebar (influenced by CSS)--one ONE page
  • Useful Web Links: webmonkey.com, our wiki, w3c.org, hexadecimal web page, add at least six more
  • Updated by your name & JavaScript code for current date (on every page of your web site)
  • Table (on one page)
  • Ordered, unordered, and definition list (on one page)
  • Collapsible List (on one page)
  • Scroll Bar WITHIN a section of a web page (on one page)
  • Prompt for name and Welcome Message (at the top of HOME page)

You should begin working on this ASAP! Be sure to save often and to more than one location :-)
Please create a folder with your name and final on it; for example, John Smith's Web I Final. Then, when completed, zip the enire folder (right click, send to, compressed). Then, please upload that zipped folder to this page so that I may correct it :-)