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CSC8004: Web Technologies
CSC8004: Web
Technologies
Assignment
Aims
The aim of this assignment is to introduce you to some of the practical skills
required to create functional, standards-compliant web pages using XHTML, CSS
and JavaScript.
Objectives
 To use XHTML and CSS to structure and format a web page which adheres to
a (provided) specification.
 To gain experience developing a website in accordance with strict constraints
on the technologies used, namely XHTML 1.0 Strict and CSS 2.1. This intends
to emulate professional website development practices, working alongside a
Quality Assurance department on legacy projects.
 To use JavaScript to validate data supplied in a web form and process the
input prior to submitting it to a remote server.
Getting started
This assignment is in two parts, read through all of the specification carefully
before starting.
Download the following files from the resource collection (Blackboard) for these
tasks:
bsl-XHTML.html
bsl-XHTML.png
bsl-CSS.png
bsl-QUIZ.html
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Part 1: Using CSS
Instructions
Add valid CSS to bsl-XHTML.html in order to present the document as shown in
the resource file:
bsl-CSS.png
Save your finished document and submit it to NESS as:
bsl-CSS.html
All your CSS must be contained inside a single external file, linked to bslCSS.html
and called:
bsl-CSS.css
Comments should be included in your style sheet to explain the basic
functionality of each rule and (if you found inspiration elsewhere) the source of
your CSS code.
Hints
Redundant or extraneous mark-up will cost you marks. Think "lean and clean". If
you find yourself asking, "have I put too many tags in here?"… then you probably
have ;-)
You will need to add some additional XHTML to bsl-XHTML.html in order to
provide framework for your CSS. You should just need
& tags and
class and id attributes to do this. If you are rewriting large parts of the
document, you have probably made it too complicated!
The final page layout and functionality should appear and behave identically in
recent versions of Firefox, Google Chrome and Internet Explorer. Your page will
be tested in all three on a Windows platform. For the purposes of this exercise,
other browser types do not have to be explicitly catered for. Media content of
your page does not need to show on Internet Explorer, since the browser recently
stopped to support Flash.
The screen shot bsl-CSS.png is taken from a browser window set at
approximately 1900 pixels wide. You can make measurements off it if you wish,
however this may not help you much beyond relative proportions for margins,
borders etc. You will find some other sizing clues in the assets collection. You do
not have to pixel perfect to pass.
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Validation is a simple yes/no check and you will know when you submit your work
whether it will pass or fail. It is not a trick question... everything in this document
can be presented as XHTML 1.0 Strict/CSS2.1 if you take the time to find out how.
Assets & Resources
Additional image assets, which may be useful for Part 1, can be found at:
http://homepages.cs.ncl.ac.uk/harold.fellermann/csc8004/
Marking Criteria
Core features
The main (white) content block should be centred in the browser window and
flexible between widths of 510 and 960 pixels. It should not expand/shrink
beyond those limits.
Use CSS to provide the layout for each of the main content sections. Pay
particular attention to the use of background images, floats and CSS positioning.
Make sure you correctly display the all images and media shown in bsl-CSS.png
as well as the whitespace around them. Again, use absolute URLs for the images
you include.
The sign grids (letters and numbers) should dynamically adjust to fill the width
available to them within the flexible content limits i.e.

Narrow and wide page sign display
6 marks
Colours and typography
You should be resourceful enough to find out the correct hexadecimal codes for
the colours used in the final version. Do so... and use them correctly.
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The core typeface in use is Palatino Linotype, with Lucida Sans Unicode for the
headings. A little research should enable you to build simple font stacks to
implement them correctly using CSS.
2 marks
Navigation bar
The navigation menu should be presented, as shown in bsl-CSS.png, using CSS
only. You must use CSS to move the navigation bar – you cannot re-order the
XHTML (see below). In addition, you should change the background colour of the
menu items when the user moves the move over them e.g.
Colour change occurs when user moves over the Classification menu item
3 marks
Underlying framework
If the CSS is removed from bsl-CSS.html, the underlying page must still look
identical to the reference example shown in the resource file bsl-XHTML.png
This means you must not re-order the supplied content.
2 marks
Validation
Your finished style-sheet bsl-CSS.css must validate with no errors or warnings
when checked against CSS level 2.1 at:
http://jigsaw.w3.org/css-validator/
Your finished document bsl-CSS.html must contain a suitable, full DTD and
validate automatically as XHTML1.0 Strict when checked by file upload at:
http://validator.w3.org
4 marks
Total available for Part 1: 17 marks
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Part 2: Client-side Scripting
Instructions
This part uses the following file from the resource area for these tasks:
bsl-QUIZ.html
This is a basic XHTML form which presents a short quiz about bsl. View this file in
a text editor and note that it links to a single external JavaScript source file
called:
validate-QUIZ.js
At the moment that file doesn't exist – your primary task is to create it, according
to the criteria given below.
You will not be able to edit bsl-QUIZ.html in any way – all you will be submitting
is your new JavaScript source file.
Also notice that bsl-QUIZ.html also links to a CSS style sheet called:
bsl-QUIZ.css
This is a CSS style sheet that you can create as a secondary objective for this
assignment. See the specification for details.
Hints
All the functionality provided by your JavaScript must be triggered by the function
called validate()
The final return value from validate() will determine whether the form submits
to the PHP script or not. The event handler and call to this function is already in
bsl-QUIZ.html
The action for the form is set to automatically submit to a PHP script which
simply returns the values to the screen so you can check they arrived safely.
Make sure that the input from the form and the score show up on that page
The CSS you use in Part 2 does not need to fully replicate that of from Part 1! For
a start you cannot make any changes to the XHTML, so you will have to use what
you have learned about CSS selectors to apply your style rules. The goal is to
make the quiz look consistent with the main bsl information page – not identical.
At the very least the colours and fonts should be pretty easy…
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Marking Criteria
Input checking
Your JavaScript should check all four questions and ensure that the user provides
a name and has selected at least one response for each before continuing:
 If any questions have not been answered, display an alert to the user telling
them which question(s) they still need to complete.
 The incomplete question(s) for this attempt should be highlighted in yellow in
the page
 Include functionality to ensure the user only selected 2 options for question 2
 The form should not submit to the server (in order to allow the user to return
and complete it)
 The user should not be alerted about their score at this point
6 marks
Answer scoring
When all the questions have been attempted, your JavaScript should also mark
the quiz as follows:
 Award 1 point for each correct answer (so there will be a max of 5)
 Accept only the correct spelling for question 4, but allow for the fact that the
user could type it in any case (upper lower or mixed).
 Display an alert to the user telling them how many they scored (out of the
maximum of 5) and that their answers and score will be sent to the server.
 Make sure you know the correct answers!
5 marks
Submit score
Finally when all the validation is complete and passed, your JavaScript should
allow the browser to submit the form results and score to the PHP script on the
server.
3 marks
Errors
Your final JavaScript should run error free in recent versions of Firefox, Google
Chrome and Internet Explorer (8+).
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2 marks
Style
Create bsl-QUIZ.css and add rules to give the quiz a look and feel which is
consistent with bsl-CSS.html. There's not many marks available for this, so
don't spend too much time on it!
2 marks
Total available for Part 2: 18 marks
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Submission
You will need to submit all the file(s) for this assignment to NESS as follows:
File Description 
bsl-CSS.html Your edited version of bsl-XHTML.html,
containing all the style and structural
information for the final presentation, as per
the specification provided.
bsl-CSS.css The single external CSS style sheet document
containing the formatting rules which apply to
bsl-CSS.html
validateQUIZ.js
Your JavaScript code which, when linked to a
reference copy of bsl-QUIZ.html will provide
the client-side as specified in the assignment.
bsl-QUIZ.css The single external CSS style sheet document
containing the formatting rules which apply to
bsl-QUIZ.html
Your JavaScript and CSS files must include comments explaining each step as you
understand them. You must also include the source (e.g. URL) of any external
script snippets you have found to help you.
The due date for this assignment is 14:30 on Friday 7
th May 2020
Remember your submission is timed when it finishes not when it starts, so allow
time before the deadline to submit your files.
Marks Returned
You will get a mark out of 35 for this assignment, which breaks down as follows:
Total available for Part 1: 17 marks
Total available for Part 2: 18 marks
Total: 35 marks
Percentage of total module mark: 35%
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