unit3lab1

Topics: Cascading Style Sheets, HTML, World Wide Web Pages: 61 (7639 words) Published: October 15, 2014
ITT TECHNICAL INSTITUTE
SD1340
Creating Websites Using HTML5, CSS and JavaScript

GRADED ASSIGNMENTS

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Graded Assignments

Unit 1 Assignment 1: Research HTML5 Enhancements

Course Objectives and Learning Outcomes
Create a website using HTML5.
Structure content on a Web page using HTML5 tags.

Assignment Requirements
Use the HTML 5.1 specification and the documents on Web Platform Docs to research three semantic tags.

Write a one-page paper explaining how to use those tags. Include a short example of an HTML page that properly uses the three tags.

Required Resources
HTML 5.1 Specification
http://www.w3.org/TR/2013/WD-html51-20130528/
Web Platform Docs
http://docs.webplatform.org/wiki/Main_Page

Submission Requirements
Submit a one-page paper to your instructor. Cite any sources used using APA format.

Evaluation Criteria
Category
#
Criteria
CONTENT, 90%
1.1
The essay should describe how to use three semantic tags.

Up to 60 points for this element

1.2
The essay should give an example of how to use the three tags.

Up to 30 points for this element
STYLE, 10%
2.1
Information should be organized in a logical, easy-to-read manner.

Up to 10 points for readability and style

Unit 1 Assignment 2: Research Mobile Web Development

Course Objectives and Learning Outcomes
Describe various components of the Open Web Platform.
Create a website that is optimized for viewing on a mobile device. Describe the Open Web Platform.
Describe considerations related to developing mobile websites. Describe the benefits HTML5 provides for developing mobile websites.

Assignment Requirements
Use the provided link to research best practices for mobile web development.

Create a PowerPoint presentation at least 10 slides long that could be used to educate web developers in how to build a website that is both mobile-friendly and accessible. Cite sources using APA format.

Required Resources
Mobile Web
http://www.w3.org/standards/webdesign/mobilweb
Web Platform Docs
http://docs.webplatform.org/wiki/Main_Page

Submission Requirements
Submit the final PowerPoint presentation to your instructor.

Evaluation Criteria
Category
#
Criteria
CONTENT, 90%
1.1
The PowerPoint presentation should identify similarities between mobile-friendly and accessible websites.

Up to 20 points for this element

1.2
The PowerPoint presentations should accurately describe seven best practices for building a mobile-friendly website.

Up to 70 points for this element
STYLE, 10%
2.1
Information should be organized in a logical, easy-to-read manner.

Up to 10 points for readability and style
Unit 2 Assignment 1: Research CSS (Level 1) vs. CSS3

Course Objectives and Learning Outcomes
Apply style to a website using CSS.
Position elements using the CSS box model.
Manage element stacking using the z-index property.
Manage the flow of text using CSS.
Apply styles to lists.
Create an image map using CSS.
Create navigation lists using CSS.

Assignment Requirements
Study the CSS (Level 1) and CSS3 specifications. Write a one-page paper describing the differences between CSS and CSS3. Include a table of 10 differences of CSS and CSS3 in your paper.

Required Resources
CSS and CSS3 Specification
http://www.w3.org/Style/CSS/Overview.en.html
Cascading Style Sheets Wiki
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cascading_Style_Sheets

Submission Requirements
Submit a one-page paper with the table to your instructor. Cite any sources used using APA format.

Evaluation Criteria
Category
#
Criteria
CONTENT, 90%
1.1
The essay should describe the differences between CSS and CSS3.

Up to 60 points for this element

1.2
The essay should give 10 differences between CSS and CSS3.

Up to 30 points for this element
STYLE, 10%
2.1
Information should be organized in a logical, easy-to-read manner.

Up to 10 points for readability and style...
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