devry cis363a full course ( discussion+ course project+ ilab0 latest 2016 march(not week 6 ilab& final exam)

Devry CIS363A Week 1 Discussion DQ 1 & DQ 2 Latest
2016 March

DQ 1

Evaluating
Websites (graded)

Go
to job posting sites (Career Builder, Dice, Computerjobs, etc.) or use
search engines to find Web developer, Web designer, or Web programmer
positions. Copy and paste the job posting into the discussion area.
Explore the topics that you will learn in class this session. Discuss the
skills you will learn in this course that are also requirements for the
positions you see posted by you and your classmates.
Let’s
begin by discussing the design criteria for evaluating a website. What are
some of the issues that should be considered when designing or evaluating
a website and why? What are some ways that sites can be organized in terms
of navigation?

In your first post, you don’t need to address all of the issues—one or two
will be fine.

DQ 2

Lab
Forum (graded)

This discussion is used to discuss the programming labs and
techniques. Post any programming questions or hints and tips on this week’s
programming lab. At a minimum, post at least three notes that highlight the key
programming techniques, problems you had with this week’s lab, or help to other
students.

Devry CIS363A Week 2 Discussion DQ 1 & DQ 2 Latest
2016 March
DQ 1

CSS
and the Web (graded)

CSS
has been a Web standard in some form for more than 10 years, replacing the
once-bloated HTML tag sets and attributes that were added to enhance the
look and feel of early websites. Now, HTML is more of what it was intended
to be—a structuring tool—and CSS is implemented to control presentation.
Discuss
the pros and cons of learning and using CSS to control presentation.
Discuss
the levels of CSS standards in current use and emerging trends in CSS
designs.

DQ 2

Lab
Forum (graded)

This discussion is used to discuss the programming labs and
techniques. Post any programming questions or hints and tips on this week’s
programming lab. At a minimum, post at least three notes that highlight the key
programming techniques, problems you had with this week’s lab, or help to other
students.

Devry CIS363A Week 3 Discussion DQ 1 & DQ 2 Latest
2016 March
DQ 1

CSS
Box Model and Positioning (graded)

Discuss the characteristics of the CSS Box Model and how HTML
elements are positioned according to their relationship to the page or to other
page elements.

DQ 2

Lab
Forum (graded)

This discussion is used to discuss the programming labs and
techniques. Post any programming questions or hints and tips on this week’s
programming lab. At a minimum, post at least three notes that highlight the key
programming techniques, problems you had with this week’s lab, or help to other
students.

Devry CIS363A Week 4 Discussion DQ 1 & DQ 2 Latest
2016 March
DQ 1

CSS3—Can
It Replace Graphic Programs? (graded)

With the update of most of today’s modern browsers, there are
several CSS3 properties that allow you to apply graphic-like rules to your
HTML. Research some of these new CSS3 properties and find out what they are and
how they work, and paste the links in your first post. Then, for the second
post, pick a property that is different from yours and take a look and comment.

DQ 2

Lab
Forum (graded)

This discussion is used to discuss the programming labs and
techniques. Post any programming questions or hints and tips on this week’s
programming lab. At a minimum, post at least three notes that highlight the key
programming techniques, problems you had with this week’s lab, or help to other
students.

Devry CIS363A Week 5 Discussion DQ 1
, DQ 2 & DQ 3 Latest 2016 March
DQ 1

Forms
and Security (graded)

Forms are one way to make it possible for a user to interact with
a Web page. What specific design elements can be used to make a form easier to
use? In addition to making our forms easy to use, we need to consider user
privacy and the use of data. Do some Web research on privacy and collecting
user data, and post a summary of the research along with the link to the
articles. What are some of the issues that you believe you need to take into
account for collecting user data via forms?

DQ 2

Client-Side
Versus Server-Side Scripting (graded)

Understanding the common functionalities and differences between
client-side and server-side scripting is important when developing interactive
sites. What functionality is similar for client-side and server-side scripting?
What are the differences? When and why should you use client-side versus
server-side scripting?

DQ 3

Lab
Forum (graded)

This discussion is used to discuss the programming labs and
techniques. Post any programming questions or hints and tips on this week’s
programming lab. At a minimum, post at least three notes that highlight the key
programming techniques, problems you had with this week’s lab, or help to other
students.

Devry CIS363A Week 6 Discussion DQ 1
& DQ 2 Latest 2016 March
DQ 1

JavaScript
(graded)

How is JavaScript similar to other languages that you have
learned? How is it different?

DQ 2

Lab
Forum (graded)

This discussion is used to discuss the programming labs and
techniques. Post any programming questions or hints and tips on this week’s
programming lab. At a minimum, post at least three notes that highlight the key
programming techniques, problems you had with this week’s lab, or help to other
students.

Devry CIS363A Week 7 Discussion DQ 1
& DQ 2 Latest 2016 March
DQ 1

Current
and Proposed Web Technologies (graded)

Research and discuss current and proposed Web technologies, such
as CSS3 and HTML5. What are the advantages of employing CSS3 and HTML5 features
into your Web development project? What features would you use?

DQ 2

Lab
Forum (graded)

This discussion is used to discuss the programming labs and
techniques. Post any programming questions or hints and tips on this week’s
programming lab. At a minimum, post at least three notes that highlight the key
programming techniques, problems you had with this week’s lab, or help to other
students.Course Project > Milestone 7—Week 7: User Testing And ValidationWebsite Design and Development ProjectThe Course Project will be an ongoing accumulation of the Course Project Milestones due each week based on the assigned readings, lectures, and iLabs. For the final product of this Course Project, you must complete a stand-alone website of around 5–7 pages.You may choose any content you desire for the site, such as a work-related site or personal interest site. In addition to criteria listed throughout the process, you will be evaluated on cohesiveness, accessibility, and design.The overall objective of the Course Project is to give the opportunity to create a functioning website, from initial conception, planning, development, and testing.GuidelinesStudents will work as individuals, not in teams.There are seven milestones in the overall development.Each student will select a project website idea and have it approved by the assigned faculty.Milestone 1—Week 1: Site Selection And Layout DesignCreate a Project Proposal document stating the basic elements that you will include in your website. Include a cover sheet with your name, course, and week number. The body of your report must includesite title;developer;rationale or focus of the site;outline of main elements;content;target audience;design considerations; andlimiting factors.Prepare a site map using a diagramming application, such as Visio, includinglayout of the site (identify all pages and their relationships);page filenames (use ISO standard naming conventions);links between pages (show the relationships using arrows); andnavigation structure (choose which type of navigation structure best suits your topic).In the diagramming application, use the Save As option to create an image file (jpg, gif, or png) of your site. Copy this image file into your Project Proposal document.Upon completion, name your single, MS Word document as lastname_CIS363_projectWk1.Grading RubricCategory Points % DescriptionProposal format 9 20 Cover page, headings, APA guidelinesProposal content 9 20 All points addressed (Milestone 1A) with adequate contentSite storyboard 9 20 All pages identified (5–7)Site storyboard filenames 9 20 Appropriate filenames (ISO standard)Site storyboard links 9 20 Reasonable linkages and navigationTotal 45 100 A quality project will meet or exceed all of the above requirements.Submit your assignment to the Dropbox, located at the top of this page. For instructions on how to use the Dropbox, read these step-by-step instructions.See the Syllabus section “Due Dates for Assignments & Exams” for due date information.Milestone 2—Week 2: Page Layout DesignCreate a site specification based on the information you developed in Week 1. Make sure to adda mission statement;how to measure site success;a description of the intended audience;how to determine user satisfaction; andtechnological issues that might influence site development.Prepare a detailed page layout design in Visio, includinga header area;a link area;a main content area; anda footer area.This layout will be the main design template for all of the pages in your site. In future weeks, you will be altering the main content areas as needed.Upon completion, name your single, MS Word document as lastname_CIS363_projectWk2.Grading RubricCategory Points % DescriptionSite spec format 9 20 Cover page and headingsSite spec content 9 20 All points addressed with adequate contentPage layout boxes or areas defined 9 20 At least four requested areasPage layout white space 9 20 Adequate spacing of boxes or areasPage layout appeal 9 20 Appropriate usabilityTotal 45 100 A quality project will meet or exceed all of the above requirements.Submit your assignment to the Dropbox, located at the top of this page. For instructions on how to use the Dropbox, read these step-by-step instructions.See the Syllabus section “Due Dates for Assignments & Exams” for due date information.Milestone 3—Week 3: Implement Site NavigationBased on the site map and page layout from Step 2, create all pages as per your site diagram. To do this, you must have the filenames of major site pages determined. You should have a home page (index.htm) and all of the subpages created. Navigation links between the site pages must function. The subpages do not need to have much content, but they must be created and contain the navigation elements and placeholder elements for your content. Begin to implement the box model withtags and CSS.Grading RubricsCategory Points % DescriptionAll page links visible 11 25 Links are clear and obvious.All page links functional 12 25 Links allow full navigation.Page links consistent across all pages11 25 Links are the same on all pages.FIle names11 25 All pages are named appropriately.Total 45 100 A quality project will meet or exceed all of the above requirements.Submit your assignment to the Dropbox, located at the top of this page. For instructions on how to use the Dropbox, read these step-by-step instructions.See the Syllabus section “Due Dates for Assignments & Exams” for due date information.Milestone 4—Week 4: Implement Site Layout And ContentBased on the site, page layout, and navigation developed in prior steps, begin to add content to your site. Include appropriate typography, colors, and imagery as per the lecture and iLab assignments. Begin to implement the box model through the use oftags and CSS positioning. Use embedded CSS where appropriate.Grading RubricsCategory Points % DescriptionContent visible on 2–3 Web pages 8 17 Content on pages is visible.Appropriate use of colors 8 17 Colors match theme of site.Appropriate typography (font, size, and color) 8 17 Typography is appropriate for site.Images visible with alt tags 7 17 Images render and are appropriate.Box model usingtags and absolute positioning 7 16 Payout layout is implemented per site spec.CSS used 7 16 Multiple CSS style rules are implemented.Total 45 100 A quality project will meet or exceed all of the above requirements.Submit your assignment to the Dropbox, located at the top of this page. For instructions on how to use the Dropbox, read these step-by-step instructions.See the Syllabus section “Due Dates for Assignments & Exams” for due date information.Milestone 5—Week 5: Implement Site Content And A User Feedback Form With Client-Side ValidationUse the knowledge gained in this week’s lecture and iLab to create a user feedback form. Include all necessary controls (text boxes, radio buttons, check boxes, text areas, dropdown lists, and buttons) to allow the user to effectively evaluate your site for usability, accessibility, and navigation. This form will be used in Week 7 to evaluate your site. Also, include client-side validation on key fields in the form.Move all site and page-level styles to an external CSS file.Grading RubricsCategory Points % DescriptionForm layout usinglayout 8 17 Form using table structureAll required tags available 8 17 As per milestone specRequired site evaluation options present 8 17 As per milestone specButtons (submit/reset) and form “action” attribute functional 7 17 Submit linked to action attribute, Reset clears formExternal CSS file 7 16 Site managed by an external CSS fileClient-side validation functional 7 16 Appropriate controls validatedTotal 45 100 A quality project will meet or exceed all of the above requirements.Submit your assignment to the Dropbox, located at the top of this page. For instructions on how to use the Dropbox, read these step-by-step instructions.See the Syllabus section “Due Dates for Assignments & Exams” for due date information.Milestone 6—Week 6: Implement Dynamic Site Content Using JavaScriptUse the knowledge gained in this week’s lecture and iLab to implement dynamic content to a page in your site. Use JavaScript features to perform such things as basic calculations, image rollovers, user prompts, and alerts.Upon completion of this step, use the publishing feature of Dreamweaver to upload your site to the Web server.Grading RubricsCategory Points % DescriptionJavaScript is functional. 12 27 Dynamic output is visible.JavaScript functions are used. 11 25 At least one user written function is used.Dynamic content is appropriate. 11 24 Dynamics match site theme.JavaScript functions in multiple browsers. 11 24 Dynamics are functional in multiple browsers.Total 45 100 A quality project will meet or exceed all of the above requirements.Submit your assignment to the Dropbox, located at the top of this page. For instructions on how to use the Dropbox, read these step-by-step instructions.See the Syllabus section “Due Dates for Assignments & Exams” for due date information.Milestone 7—Week 7: User Testing And ValidationVisit http:www.w3.org/WAI/RC/tools/ to locate tools to check for accessibility. There are some free online tools listed there, such as EvalAccess, which you can use to check your HTML code. Check your site and make any necessary corrections in your code. Conduct a user test with at least two people (spouses and kids are fine to use as testers). In addition to observing them using your site, have them fill out the form you created in Week 5.Take a screenshot of the completed form to collect the user feedback.Create a short report (one page or less) detailing the results of the testing, including user suggestions and your response to those suggestions (whether you feel they are valid and whether they can be accommodated). Compare the user responses to your expectations of the user working with your site.Upon completion, name your single, MS Word document as lastname_CIS363_projectWk7.Grading RubricsCategory Points % DescriptionXHTML validation 8 27 No or minimal validation errors are present.Accessibility standards 8 27 No or minimal accessibility errors are present.User tests (2) 8 26 Two tests were performed.Testing results 6 20 Dynamics are functional in multiple browsers.Total 30 100 A quality project will meet or exceed all of the above requirements.devry cis363a week 1 ilab latest 2016 marchWelcome to Week 1!In the first week, we will discuss some of the basics of website design, the current state of technology, and some of the basic ideas that should guide your website development, such as screen resolution and bandwidth issues.We will take a look at HTML 5. This simple but powerful language is behind every website that you visit. You’ll learn the basics of HTML 5 documents, including how to add text, graphics, and hyperlinks.Many students find developing websites to be fun. The hope is that, after this course, not only will you enjoy developing websites, but your visitors will enjoy viewing them as well. Your sites will be well designed, make good use of color and graphics, be easy to navigate, and be tailored to your target audience.Terminal Course Objectives1Given several websites, evaluate them for fundamental site and page design errors and identify a goal-directed design approach for each.Key ConceptsDescribe the evolution of the World Wide Web from its inception to current website design as a means to explain the difference between current goal-directed design approaches and traditional physical or software product design.Identify 10 or more fundamental website and page design errors, such as improper use of graphics or color, inappropriate application of composition rules, lack of professionalism, failure to note psychological or cultural implications of design, and so forth, and use existing websites to illustrate each error.Discuss programming by following the W3C standards versus actual browser capabilities.View web page examples through several different browsers (e.g., Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, Safari, and Opera), noting differences in style and layouts.2Given a project idea, select an appropriate website structure, and design a web page layout and a wireframe diagram illustrating the links that will enable the user to navigate intuitively and efficiently throughout the site.Key ConceptsDiscuss the advantages and disadvantages of web structures, such as Linear, Tree, or Pure Web.Using a tool such as Visio, create a website diagram of an existing site (or sites) and differentiate website structures based on breadth or depth and the circumstances when one would be appropriate: linear or hierarchical.Using examples from the Internet, explain the concept of linking, including the appropriate use of color, the three types of links (intrapage, intrasite, and intersite), and the three purposes for which links are used (structural navigation, content association, and additional references).Using examples from the Internet, discuss the rules of good content design.Using examples from the Internet, demonstrate usability testing of structure and navigation.10Given a project, create a website that contains text, links, images, and any other content necessary to complete the website using HTML and external CSS.Key ConceptsGather user requirements, such as audience, goals, and objectives, to create a style definition, and describe how this definition is used in website design and maintenance.Using knowledge gathered in TCOs 1 through 8, build a website.Evaluate your project to ensure that it meets the accessibility standards.Demonstrate an understanding of local and remote sites.Upload local website files to a remote web server.devry cis363a week 2 ilab latest 2016 marchiLab 2 Of 6: Create A Website Using HTML5iLab OverviewReview a data file given by a client, and determine the number and type of pages needed. Create a storyboard depicting each page and the relationship to the other pages. sProduce several pages based on the design. Populate the new pages with the appropriate data from the data sheet.Note! Software Citation RequirementsThis course uses open-source software which must be cited when used for any student work. Citation requirements are on the Open Source Applications page.Please review the installation instruction files to complete your assignmentDeliverablesNOTESubmit your assignment to the Dropbox, located at the top of this page. For instructions on how to use the Dropbox, read these step-by-step instructions.(See the Syllabus section “Due Dates for Assignments & Exams” for due dates.)Submit a Week 2 Lab folder, includingindex.html;about.html;contact.html;staff.html;rates.html;CIS363A_W2_LabA_graphic.gif; andlab2.css. (unless you do not use external CSS files)Word or Visio Storyboard Diagram documentDeliverable PointsWord or Visio document with storyboard 5Completed website based on project specifications 25Correct External CSS file that attaches to each page10Total 40Required SoftwareSoftware Name 1Access the software at https://lab.devry.edu.Steps: 1, 2, and 3Software Name 2Access the software at https://devrydesktop.rkon.com.Steps: 4 and 5Lab StepsStep 1: Storyboard The SiteReview the MS Word document downloaded from the scenario and summary above.Determine what pages will be necessary for the site based on the provided document.Create a storyboard to show those pages as they relate to each other.Step 2: Establish A Basic Structure Of An HTML 5 DocumentCreate a new folder named W2Lab in the site root.Create and save your CSS file in the W2Lab folder.Save the file as index.htm in the W2Lab folder.Step 3: Prepare The ResourcesDownload this graphic and save it in your W2Lab folder.Place the image to serve as the logo on your HTML 5 page.In the Alt value box, type Rainbow Daycare Logo.Save the file.Step 4: Create LinksCreate four links representing a simple navigation menu.Link one—change to About UsLink two—change to Our StaffLink three—change to Contact UsLink four—change to Our RatesEstablish the links as necessary:About Us → about.htmlOur Staff → staff.htmlContact Us → contact.htmlOur Rates → rates.htmlSave the file.Step 5: Add Static InformationAdd descriptions below the navigation menu as paragraphs describing the nature of the links.Save the file.Step 6: Create And Test The Other PagesSave the index.html file as about.html.Test your web pages using the browser of your choice.Step 7: Populate The PagesThe data document is arranged by page. Change the Heading 1 for each page to an appropriate title for that content, and use the content supplied for that page.Here is the formatting suggestion for each page.Index—Use a paragraph.About—Us
paragraphs, with a bullet list for activities.Staff—Use a bullet list, indented for each group.Contact—These are labels and values separated by colons, line breaks for phone, e-mail, and address. Place the promotion statement in a paragraph at the bottom and style appropriately.Rates—This is a three-column table. Age, hours, and rates are the column headers.Step 8: Prep For Turn-InSave all files. Locate the W2Lab folder in Windows Explorer and select it.Right-click and select Send To and choose compressed file.Rename the file Lastname_w2Lab.zip, where Lastname is your last name.Place this in the Dropbox for grading.devry cis363a week 3 ilab latest 2016 marchiLab > STEP 2: Create Your Web PageiLab 3 of 6: Create a Web Page Using CSS (40 points)iLab OverviewA local recruiter wants you to make a Web page for his information technology staffing company. He wants a Web page that has informed recent graduates about careers as Web programmers and Web designers. Create a Web page that will give information about each of the positions mentioned. The page content should be as followed:Descriptions about each of the positionsSkills and/or education required for these positionsSalaries, benefits associated with these positionsProfessional organizations of which people who hold these positions are typical membersThis page must have at least five graphical elements. You must implement the following CSS features:Box ModelFloating ElementsBordersRemember that the recruiter wants this page to be well organized, informative, and attractive. Use colors and great graphics to make this Web page interesting so that he can attract more business.Software Citation RequirementsThis course uses open-source software which must be cited when used for any student work. Citation requirements are on the Open Source Applications page.Please review the installation instruction files to complete your assignmentDeliverablesNOTESubmit your assignment to the Dropbox, located at the top of this page. For instructions on how to use the Dropbox, read these step-by-step instructions.(See the Syllabus section “Due Dates for Assignments & Exams” for due dates.)Submit a Week 3 Lab folder, includingThe HTML Web pageAssociated CSS filesImages and multimedia (if any)Category PointsUse of Box Model, bordering, and floating elements 15Completed Web page based on project specifications 15Correct External CSS file that attaches to each page10Total 40Required SoftwareSoftware Name 1Access the software at https://lab.devry.edu.Steps: 1, 2, and 3Software Name 2Access the software at https://devrydesktop.rkon.com.Steps: 4 and 5Lab StepsSTEP 1: Gather Web ContentCreate written Web content about each of the positions.Gather all images that you will use.STEP 2: Create Your Web PageCreate an informal page layout for the Web page.Create the Web page based on criteria mentioned.STEP 3: Submit Your AssignmentUpon completion of this step, upload your site to the Web server and attach a copy of the zipped folder to the Dropbox.Submit your assignment to the Dropbox, located at the top of this page. For instructions on how to use the Dropbox, read these step-by-step instructions.devry cis363a week 4 ilab latest 2016 marchiLab > STEP 3: Build Page And Document SourcesiLab 4 of 6: Create A Website With Slideshow (40 points)iLab OverviewThis lab supports the following TCOs.TCO 5—Given a Web page that requires images and advanced styles, create and edit graphics and incorporate them into the page.TCO 10—Given a project, create a website that contains text, links, images, and any other content necessary to complete the website using HTML and External CSS.Obtain 10 original photos.Research on the Internet and find some code that will allow you to create a slideshow.Create a page with your photos and the code that you find.Create a Word document showing the source for your slideshow code. Be sure to document your HTML code as well.Software Citation RequirementsThis course uses open-source software, which must be cited when used for any student work. Citation requirements are on the Open Source Applications page.Please review the installation instruction files to complete your assignment.DeliverablesNOTESubmit your assignment to the Dropbox, located at the top of this page. For instructions on how to use the Dropbox, read these step-by-step instructions.(See the Syllabus section “Due Dates for Assignments & Exams” for due dates.)Deliverable PointsWord document with sources 10Completed Web page with slideshow 15Any other files necessary for the slideshow to work 5Total 30.Required SoftwareSoftware Name 1Access the software at https://lab.devry.edu.Steps: 1, 2, and 3Software Name 2Access the software at https://devrydesktop.rkon.com.Steps: 4 and 5Lab StepsSTEP 1: Get PhotosFind 10 photos.The photos can be obtained through http://quest.eb.com.proxy.devry.edu/ or from http://commons.wikimedia.org.If you have personal images that you wish to use for the assignment, be sure that you cite them correctly according to APA guidelines.All of the images that you use should be cited in the Sources document that accompanies this assignment.IMPORTANT! Make sure that the version of each image that you use for the slideshow is less than 500K. Ten images at 500K is 5 MB, and adding the document should total no more than 7 MB.STEP 2: Research Slideshow CodeDo some research on the Web to find code that will let you take your photos and build a slideshow on a page. Try to find code that is CSS based and doesn’t require a lot of JavaScript.One example is http://coding.smashingmagazine.com/2012/04/25/pure-css3-cycling-slideshow/STEP 3: Build Page And Document SourcesCreate the slideshow according to your selected research, using the images that you located in Step 1.The slideshow should run automatically and should contain a text-based title for each slide.Write a description of the process that the slideshow uses to cycle through the slides, and cite the source of your code.STEP 4: iLab SubmissionCreate a folder called CIS363A_YourLastName_W4_Lab.Put copies of each required deliverable into the new folder.Right-click on the folder and select Send To -> Compressed (zipped) Folder. You can also use other tools to compress the files into a single zip folder (e.g., 7-zip).Submit your assignment to the Dropbox, located at the top of this page. For instructions on how to use the Dropbox, read these step-by-step instructions.devry cis363a week 5 ilab latest 2016 marchWelcome to Week 5!typewriter typing “http://www.” This week, we’ll be considering ways in which we can add interactivity to our site designs. We’ll focus initially on working with forms. Forms are an important way to create interactive Web pages and allow data collection from users of your website.Can you imagine trying to shop at an online store if HTML forms did not exist? How could you order something if the site could not collect any data from you?Forms changed the way that companies could do business on the Internet. They also changed the experience of users, too, as they began using Web forms to search for information, set preferences, fill out surveys, share thoughts and experiences, and provide feedback. Most likely, whenever you are entering information on a Web page, you are using a form.With the assistance of JavaScript, there are many more ways of adding interactivity to a website. We’ll begin exploring these ways during the week as well.Terminal Course Objectives6Given a project, develop an online form that uses client-side form validation.Key ConceptsCompare and contrast client-side versus server-side scripting.Compare and contrast GET versus POST form submission methods.Discuss the differences between invasive and noninvasive form validation.Demonstrate an understanding of regular expressions.Modify an existing website to include an existing client-side script that affects style elements of the pages.10Given a project, create a website that contains text, links, images, and any other content necessary to complete the website using HTML and external CSS.Key ConceptsGather user requirements, such as audience, goals, and objectives, to create a style definition, and describe how this definition is used in website design and maintenance.Using knowledge gathered in TCOs 1 through 8, build a website.Evaluate your project to ensure that it meets accessibility standards.Demonstrate an understanding of local and remote sites.Upload local website files to a remote Web server.

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