Web Development I – Global Homework Experts

School of Business and Tourism
Web Development I
(ISY10209) Session
1 , 2020
Assignment 1:
Unit Objectives:
Due Date:
Weight:
Submission of Continuous Assessment Tasks, Topics 1 – 3
1 – 3
Week 4, Friday 27 March 2020.
15% of overall unit assessment
Expected Time to Complete: 10 Hours
1. Task Description
Most topics of the study guide contain continuous assessment tasks that form part of your
assignments.
You will complete the continuous assessment tasks for Topics 1 to 3 as your submission for
assignment 1. In addition the continuous assessment for topic 3 will have to be uploaded to your
account on the infotech server. For your convenience, I have included all of the continuous
assessments as an appendix of this document.
2. Marking criteria
The following marking criteria should assist you in completing your assignment. Please make sure
that you address each of these items in your assignment. Have a look at the marking spreadsheet
provided in the Assignments folder of the MySCU site for additional information.
Correct submission:
1% – All continuous assessment tasks must be present in properly submitted zip
file. See section 8 “Assignment Submission”.
Continuous Assessment to be marked (Topic 1 – 3)
Assessment 1 – 3%.
Assessment 2 – 3%
Assessment 3 – 4%
Assessment 3 uploaded to the infotech server – and working properly – 4%.
Each of the assessments will be marked for the following:
Meets all listed criteria and validates (as per the continuous assessment task)
Source code readability, accuracy (development).
3. Advice
You will need to start this assignment in the first week of semester. By working through your tutorial
exercises each week, you should have more than sufficient time to complete the assignment by the
due date.
4. More information
All written works for continuous assessment must be word-processed. Drawings and diagrams should
be word-processed or images inserted into a word document. Files created in non-university standard
programs cannot be accepted, as the marker may not be able to view them.
If you need more information about completing this assignment, then you should contact your lecturer
or your tutor.
5. Original work
Your assignment must be your original work. Assignments form a major part of course work.
Exchange of ideas can be considered educationally valuable; however, excessive collaboration will be
regarded as plagiarism, which is a University offence. For example, the copying of significant parts
of a document, even if subsequently modified, is plagiarism. Such academic dishonesty will be
penalised in accordance with the University’s rules and regulations.
You must not copy material from books, magazines, internet sources or other students’ assignments.
Of course, you may include direct quotes from any source, but these must be small (e.g. one sentence
or one paragraph) and must be properly referenced, using the Harvard Referencing Style.
The assessment process may require some students to attend an interview in order to explain aspects
of their assignment.
Plagiarism is strictly prohibited. If plagiarism is found, students may receive zero marks on that piece
of assessment item.
6. Identification
There is no need to hand in a hardcopy of this assignment. Ensuring that your name is in the filename
of the handed-in file will be sufficient identification.
7. Retain duplicate copy
Before submitting the assignment, you are advised to either photocopy or retain electronic copies of
original work. In the event of any uncertainty regarding the submission of assessment items, you may
be requested to reproduce a final copy.
8. Assignment submission
Time: Week 4, Friday 27th March 2020.
Location:
Internal, Online, Sydney/Melbourne/Perth: submit via “Submit Assignments “folder” (on
MySCU).
IBS and GXUST: as directed by local tutor.
File Naming conventions:
One zip file only with a filename = YourFirstInitialLastName_ISY10209_Ass1.zip
IMPORTANT NOTE: do not include any spaces or hyphens within your filename as MySCU
seems to reject files with special characters including spaces and hyphens.
For assignment 1, click on the “Assignment Submission” folder in the MySCU site. Upload
your assignment to the Assignment 1 submission item. You will upload your zipped folder of
the continuous assessments 1-3 on or before the due date.
Make sure you wait for the
upload to be complete – many students end up rushing this and as a result submit a
corrupted file.
9. Penalty for late submission
All assessment tasks submitted during the study period will normally be marked and returned within
two weeks of the required date of submission (provided that the assessment materials have been
submitted by the due date).
If you need an extension/special consideration for an assignment you will need to fill in the
“Special
Consideration for Assessment”
form. If the requested extension is for more than 48 hours you will
need to include some documentary proof of the reason you need the extension (i.e. doctors certificate
etc.). Remember that extensions will not be granted on due dates of the assignments (except in
exceptional situations) – get your request in before the assignment is due.
To streamline and improve the special consideration process, new eForms have been developed that
will enable students to submit an application electronically via MyEnrolment for:
Special Consideration for Assessment (extension and marking)
Special Exam Application
Extensions within 24 hours of submission or following the submission deadline will
not be granted
(unless supported by a doctor’s certificate or where there are exceptional circumstances – this will be
at the unit assessor’s discretion and will be considered on a case by case basis).
A penalty of 5% of the total available grade will accrue for each 24-hour period that an assessment
item is submitted late. Therefore, an assessment item worth 20 marks will have 1 mark deducted for
every 24-hour period and at the end of 20 days will receive 0 marks.
Students who fail to submit following the guidelines in this Unit Information Guide will be deemed to
have
not submitted the assessment item and the above penalty will be applied until the specified
submission guidelines are followed.
10. Marks and Feedback
All assessment materials submitted during the semester will normally be marked and returned within
two weeks of the required date of submission (provided that the assessment materials have been
submitted by the due date).
Marks will be made available to each student using MySCU Gradebook. Feedback comments will
also be available through the Gradebook.
11. Appendix
This contains all the continuous assessments associated with this assignment.
Topic 1 Continuous Assessment
During this session your major assignment (see Assignment 3 specifications) will be to build a
personal portfolio website to demonstrate your life/business/IT skills. Each of topics of the study
guide will bring you closer to being able to produce this website. This topics continuous
assessment forms part of your assignment 1, due in week 4.
Create a new folder for your assignment 1 continuous assessments and name it with your name and
ISY10209_Ass1, e.g. bsmart_ISY10209_Ass1. This will be your work folder for assignment 1.
Create another folder named ‘documents’ inside your work folder. This will be your documents folder
for Assignment 1.
You will be required to submit your work folder to your tutor as part of your assignment 1. See the
assignment folder on MySCU for additional information.
For this first continuous assessment:
1. The first file you will create is a
Word document (.doc or .docx) containing a concept map for
your electronic portfolio
(see Assignment 3 for details). You may use any software you like for
the concept map or even use pencil and paper (scanning the result and inserting it in the
document). The concept map should show all the possible things you want on your web site. Save
this file in your documents folder as: – your name and CA1_ConceptMap e.g.
bsmart_CA1_ConceptMap.doc(x).
2. The second file you will create is a storyboard for your
Assignment 3 (look it up In the
Assignments folder of the MySCU website)
homepage (templates for the storyboards are also
located in the Assignments Resources sub-folder of the Assignments folder of the units MySCU
website). This will also be submitted as a Word document. Whereas you do not have the
experience with designing much HTML yet, you will have some ideas as to how you wish the
home page of your electronic portfolio to look. This file should be saved as: – your name and
CA1_storyboard e.g. ‘bsmart_CA1_storyboard.doc(x)’ in your documents folder. The storyboard
should include:
• a sketch (or diagram) of the home page;
• a list of pages that it will link to;
• a description of the content on the home page (including text, graphics and any other
content); and
• page details, author, date, title, version etc.
3. Additionally, you will create an HTML page with the following content:
The document type definition
A title e.g. ‘Bill Smart CA1’ – follow this convention for the titles of CAs 1-7.
At least 3 paragraphs introducing yourself, the course you are studying, what you
hope to achieve during and after your studies. Be sure to include your full name as
part of the text, or in one of the headers if so desired.
Multiple headings (<h1>…</h1>, <h2>…</h2> etc.
All three types of lists examined in this topic (demonstrating your knowledge) with
at least 1 list contained within another list (nested lists), for example an ordered list

within an unordered list.
A hyperlink to an external site (opening in a new tab/window so users are still on
your site – see the creating a HTML5 webpage video),
An email link.
Your page must validate with no errors.
The file name of your webpage should be your first initial, surname, and CA1 (e.g. bsmart_CA1.html)
and saved inside your work folder.
Additional video resources are available to assist you. See the How-to Video’s folder in the MySCU
site for this unit. Of particular use to you in this topic are:
How-to build a simple XHTML page
How-to Build a simple HTML5 webpage.
How-to validate a XHTML page.
How-to validate a HTML5 webpage
On the textbooks companion website located at:
http://www.pearsonglobaleditions.com/Felke-Morris
Are several VideoNotes that will be of assistance to you they are:
Evolution of the Web
Your First Web Page (using HTML5)
HTML validation (using HTML5)
Topic 2 Continuous Assessment
During this session your major assignment (see Assignment 3 specifications) will be to build a
personal portfolio website to demonstrate your life/business/IT skills. Each of topics of the study
guide will bring you closer to being able to produce this website. This topics continuous
assessment forms part of your assignment 1, due in week 4.
Save all the files for this exercise to the related folders, you created in CA1. You will be required to
submit this to your tutor as part of your assignment 1. See the assignment folder on MySCU for
additional information.
1. Copy the HTML page in your work folder that you have previously created in CA1. Save this
file as: – your name and CA2 (e.g. bsmart_CA2.html). This will be your new home page for
this continuous assessment.
2. Create a new folder in your work folder and name it css. Place all your external CSS files in
this folder. Name your external CSS file for this continuous assessment ‘styles_CA2.css’.
You will need to link to this file (within your HTML) using a relative addressing e.g.
css/styles_CA2.css.
Demonstrate the use of all types of CSS on your HTML page that is: inline, embedded and
external. Use the CSS to create the following (all must be included):
At least two different text colours;
At least two different background colours (one applied to the entire webpage);
At least two different font-weight, -style and -size;
At least one font-family with four typefaces
Three differently aligned paragraphs
At least two different text-decorations
At least one class selector and one id selector
Change the bullet type on your unordered list to squares
Change the numbers on your ordered list to roman numerials
Use at least one div and one span.
3. Make sure to validate your HML
and the external CSS file
Note: Do not use a black background for your HTML page. Black backgrounds are difficult to read
which in turn makes it difficult to mark (or print as you will find). Any pages with a black background
or any background that makes the text difficult to read will receive a poor mark.
Additional video resources are available to assist you. See the How-to Video folder in the MySCU
site for this unit. Of particular use to you for this topic are:
How-to implement CSS Part 1
How-to implement CSS Part 2
On the textbooks companion website located at:
http://www.pearsonglobaleditions.com/Felke-Morris
Are two VideoNotes that will be of assistance to you they are:
CSS External Style Sheets
CSS Validation
Topic 3 Continuous Assessment
During this session your major assignment (see Assignment 3 for details) will be to build a
personal portfolio website to demonstrate your life/business/IT skills. Each of topics of the study
guide will bring you closer to being able to produce this website. This topics continuous
assessment forms part of your assignment 1, due in week 4.
Save all the files for this exercise to folder you created in CA1. You will be required to submit this to
your tutor as part of your assignment 1. See the assignment folder on MySCU for additional
information.
1. Copy the HTML page in your work folder that you have previously created in CA2. Save this
file as: index.html. This will be your new home page for this continuous assessment. This
name has been used as when it is uploaded to the infotech server it automatically open when
the site is opened in a browser (due to the design of the server) so instead of entering the
entire address (including page name) only the site address need be entered to the browser
Copy the CSS file in your css folder that you have previously created in CA2. Save it as : –
styles_CA3.css. You will need to link to this file using a relative address e.g.
css/styles_CA3.css.
Create another folder inside your work folder and name it ‘images’. Place all your image files
in this folder (including your background images). You will need to link to these files using

relative addresses e.g. images/example.jpg from a web page or in the case of background
image referenced in your css file ../images/example.jpg.
2. Find several images (.jpg, .gif or .png – either your own or copyright free from the Web) to
use in enhancing your web page from CA2 (note
at least three images MUST be used).
Display the images on your HTML page and make sure to include the src, alt, height, and
width attributes. At least one image should be a thumbnail link to the full size image. You
may reuse these files in subsequent CAs if you wish by using relative addresses (
Note: your
images should be in a folder of their own labelled images – use relative addressing in your
web pages).
3. Use background-image on your HTML page using CSS. Make sure that the text on your page
does not merge with (or become lost in) the background.
4. Add a hyperlink to the bottom of your index.html page, this link should use the absolute
address of your website as both the text and target e.g.
http://infotech.scu.edu.au/~bsmart10
This will assist with marking the on-line portion of your assignment.
5. Create a navigation bar similar to the textbooks Figure 4.20 (or if so desired you can use
images for the hyperlinks). Create two additional HTML pages that you will include in your
assignment 3 to link to/from your page to e.g. ‘bsmart_CA3_resume.html’ and
‘bsmart_CA3_web_skills.html’.
The content for these pages may be developed later however they should at minimum, use the
same external CSS file and have an identical navigation bar (allowing navigation between
each page in this continuous assessment). Additionally all pages must implement the same
background. They also at minimum should display the same background image you may
reuse these files in subsequent CAs if you wish. Placeholder links (in the navigation bar) to
any pages you have not yet created should use a null link e.g. href=”#”. This is actually a
link, which directs the browser to the top of the current page.
6. Validate all of your HTML and CSS.
7. Upload your index, resume and web_skills HTML pages to the infotech server. You will
also have to upload the folders css and images (they
should only contain the appropriate
files). Does it work as expected?
Make sure to view the result in several browsers (Fire Fox,
Internet Explorer, Safari, Opera or Chrome).
This Continuous Assessment completes your assignment 1. Be sure to read the instructions for
handing in your assignment 1 they are located in the Assignment folder of MySCU site for this unit.
Following is a screenshot of how the contents of your work folder might look upon completion of
Assignment 1.

You will need to submit the entire folder (as a zip file) to MySCU as part of your assignment 1. Be
sure to read the instructions for handing in your assignment 1 they are located in the Assignments
folder of MySCU site for this unit.
Additional video resources are available to assist you in completing this continuous assessment.. See
the How-to Videos folder in the MySCU site for this unit. Of particular use to you for this topic are:
How to Deal with Images
How-to implement CSS Part 3
How to debug and good coding style
Of particular use to you for handing in your assignment 1 is:
How to Zip Files
How to FTP to Infotech
On the textbooks companion website located at:
http://www.pearsonglobaleditions.com/Felke-Morris
Are two VideoNotes that may be of assistance to you they are:
Optimize an Image for the Web
Rounded Corners with CSS

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