Category Archives: WebApps1

This is my WebApps1 class folder.

Writing Prompt

Prompts: Addess these 3 prompts using 3 paragraphs If you were a congress man or women, compose a law that would be reasonable concerning texting and driving. Contrast and compare drinking and driving with texting and driving. Design a plan … Continue reading

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Why use CSS?

1. Use CSS so that all of your elements are contained to a certain point and they don’t flow over, like in the example. 2. CSS grants many more possibilities for perfecting the exact appearance of your page. 3. You … Continue reading

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Planning a Website

The topic of my website will be about Spain. My main audience will be tourists. 1. trips.html 2. facts.html 3. links.html 4. learnspanish.html I will leaf through pictures from my grandma’s trip to spain and scan them onto the computer. … Continue reading

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Characteristics of a Successful Website

1. The three main characteristics of a good website are content information, appealing and professional appearance, and usability and functionality. 2. Content information A. Original content B. Correct spelling C. Topic Relevance Appealing and professional appearance A. Good quality graphics … Continue reading

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Optimizing Image

1. Images don’t need to be huge, they will still work well if only the main idea is visible. 2. You don’t need as many different colors as it gives you originally to have a good image. 3. The “Save … Continue reading

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Principles of Design

Principles: Balance and Contrast Balance-Imagine if you had a backpacking trip with one other person, and they made you carry all of the group stuff in addition to your own. You would be angry and want to make them carry … Continue reading

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Website Metaphor 9/8/11

1. A house is like a website because they both have to be structurally sound and able to withstand it’s own weight. 2. A blueprint of anything is a map and/or a plan so that architects can see what it … Continue reading

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