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. You have been asked to review and analyze a web site for its authors, and suggest improvements. Because your online report is going to the authors, you will need to give good reasons in all cases. You met the authors when they visited NJ, and luckily for you, you know they have just read Gregory's Mind book, and read the CIS270 lecture notes, so you can reference these as reasons for changes. It would also be very helpful if you illustrate your points in your own product
1. Aim. To review and analyze a significant web site for its authors giving, strengths and weaknesses, recommended changes, and reasons.
2. Details You must.
a. Register your Site. You must choose a site no-one else has chosen. Select one that is neither very good nor very bad. Do not use the NJIT site, or any other site analyzed in class. Confirm your site is appropriate and available with your Instructor first before beginning. Online students may post an item into the online Asg 3 conference titled with the full title of your chosen web site and your names, checking first that no-one else is doing this site already. If they are, you must choose another.
b. Technical requirements (20%)
i) Frames. Use frames to create a three section display (top, menu and body). Use html files called frame-menu.html, frame-top.html, and frame-body-xxxx.html, where xxxx will vary for the different body sections. Each section should have a different appearance matching its purpose.
ii) Style sheets. Use an external style sheet called asg3.css to define a common style for all frame-body elements. This should define headers, fonts, and colors. Also use DIV or SPAN tags at least once in your site with styles defined for a class or ID name.
iii) Techniques Used. Use two advanced HTML techniques (e.g. personalized animated gif creation, use of form controls, javascript techniques, image maps, or as approved by your instructor) or eight other techniques from Kramer chapters 8+. Or you can have one advanced and 4 other.
Provide a "Techniques Used" link in the Menu, that when clicked on shows a numbered list of the HTML techniques used. For each give the name and Kramer page reference and in what section (by name or number) the technique was used. Comment your source HTML lines in the form ASG3-REQUIREMENTx, where x refers to your numbered list of Techniques Used. Note: if you do not list a technique as present, or do not comment it in the HTML code, graders are instructed to give no points. Repeat:

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(40 ratings)
in Seattle, Washington
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Bid id: 118,412
$40 (USD) Mar 7, 2002
2:21:57 AM EDT

I have worked extensively on HTML/DHTML.

I can do this assignements for you and well before time.
I will try to complete it around this weekend.

There are quite a few things that need to be done like :
2.Style Sheets
3.Advanced techniques like animated gif, javascript. It would be nice if I could see 'Kramer chapters 8+'.
4.Compatibility with IE & Netscape.
5.Analyzing the site for its weakness etc.

For these 5 major work, I am asking for 40$. I hope it is acceptable to you.

I have enjoyed a great repo with my customers & always have completed my work on or before time. Please see my resume.

I gaurantee you nice work & strictly as per specifications.

Please accpet my bid & I shall start with work right away !

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to/from kasperindia@myiris.

(40 ratings)
in Seattle, Washington
United States
Bid id: 125,006
N/A Mar 16, 2002
6:02:37 PM EDT
I read your document.

I have some questions to ask.

1.The assignment says that I have to analyze a site. Does this mean that I will have to check out on an existing site or the one that I develop ?

2.I would like to know about the Kramer's chapters. Just briefly.

3.Is there a sample web-site, then can I have a look at it ?
Does the website have to be simple as indicated covering all the various techniques like Tables, frames etc ?

I have read what the examiners will be checking on and where the marks can be cut. I will be extra careful.


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to/from kasperindia@myiris.

(40 ratings)
in Seattle, Washington
United States
Bid id: 126,051
N/A Mar 18, 2002
9:12:24 AM EDT
Ok. I can do it.
But it would have been great if you could have provided me something to look at, so that I would know what level of work you want.

Anyway, I will send you a preview when I am done. If you want changes, I will do them too.

Please accept the bid.

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