Printed from TeacherJohn.com • http://teacherjohn.com/cabrillo/dm160c/feedback/finalproject_feedback.php

Final Project Feedback Form

To receive credit for this exercise you must submit this feedback form by the due date and time.
This exercise is due on 5/19/14. After a 1-day grace period, this form expires at 12:00 AM on 05/25/14.

All fields are required, except Comments.

First
name
Last
name
E-mail
address
URL of
project
home page
URL of
project
site map
URL of
project
style sheet

(If there is no external style sheet, enter "none")
Comments
(optional)

Comments only; if you have a question, post it in the help forum.

 

In the fields below, enter the number of points you think your project should earn. Enter a "0" for zero points (leave no fields blank).
Possible
points
Points
earned
Skill demonstrated
50 5 points for each self-created* Web page, up to 50 points, that contains all of the following:
  • An XHTML 1.0 Strict, or an HTML 5, DocType
  • A unique, desciptive <title> tag (this means that every page must contain a different title).
  • A look and layout (and content theme) that is consistent with all the other pages, including a specified (color or image) background.
  • A navigation menu that contains a link to your project's home page, site map, and other main pages of your project. The menu must be fairly consistent among all pages.
  • A link to the W3C's HTML validator and CSS validator, as used in the homework exercises.
  • Valid XHTML 1.0 Strict, or valid HTML 5, and valid CSS Level 2.1 or valid CSS Level 3 (with proper CSS 3 validator button code).

* Script-generated pages do not count.

10

2 points for the use of each of the following types of form tags, up to 10 points, used in a form that collects user data* and sends it in an e-mail:

  • Text.
  • Text area.
  • Drop-down selection menu.
  • Radio buttons.
  • Checkboxes.

*This form should fit in with your project's theme (in other words, it is not simply be the same as the homework exercise).

8 A site search engine that searches your final project site, and only your final project pages (not the rest of your public_html).
1 Having the search engine exclude searches of your images folder.
12 Building the entire site with PHP includes (this means at least three includes on every page, one of which must be the navigation menu).
5 The use of an external default or screen style sheet with all pages, to control text, font, color, and background formatting. This style sheet must validate.
6 Responsive Web design that adapts to desktop window size (mult-columns down to one column).
8 A style switcher that uses JavaScript and cookies, that allows the user to switch between at least 2 different style sheets.
6 A random content PHP script that uses at least 5 files.
8 A slide show using JavaScript and/or PHP.
4 Automated breadcrumb trail using PHP
10 The use of CSS positioning and/or floasts as the method of layout for all the pages of your site
5 A site map, containing a link to every Web page of your final. The site map must be its own page.
5 Personal presentation of your final project site in front of the class.
4 The use of one or more custom fonts using the @font-face selector, with the font file(s) on webhawks.
2 A link from your webhawks home page to your final project's home page.
2 A link from your final project's home page to your final project's site map page.
6 A menu that indicates the current page, as a PHP include (as shown in this tutorial).
6–12 A pre-approved script of your choice (type of script: )
6–12 A second pre-approved script of your choice (type of script: )
Total
possible
points:
130*
Total
points
earned:

130 total maximum points; *you don't have to do everything here to get 130. (If you do more than 130, you only get 130.)

This exercise is no longer being accepted. The due date has passed.