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ict unit 9 website

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Introduction

Implementation 1. This is an image which I sourced from www.google.co.uk/images. 2. This is the same image as explained in point 1. 3. This is the title of the website JD's Honda which is a Honda motorcycle franchise. I used the word art to create this title in Microsoft word. 4. This is the telephone number of the shop of JD's Honda. 5. This is a hyperlink button to the first page of the website "offers". 6. This is a hyperlink button to the second page of the website "2008 models". 7. This is a hyperlink button to the third page of the website "Supersport". 8. This is a hyperlink button to the fourth page of the website "sports Tourer". 9. This is a hyperlink button to the fifth page of the website "off road". 10. This is a hyperlink button to the sixth page of the website "accessories". 11. This is a hyperlink button to the seventh page of the website "Honda Racing". 12. This is a hyperlink button to the eighth page of the website "franchise". 13. This I an image which I sourced off www.google.co.uk images which I copied and pasted into my website. 14. This is a marquee which is a feature on the Microsoft Frontpage which can be applied to text to make it move across the page when the website is uploaded to the internet. ...read more.

Middle

This is a large image of the CBR1000RR which I sourced from the internet. 44. These are smaller images of the motorbike which when clicked on enlarge up to the size of the image in point 43 This is the coding for this Slide Show 45. This is an internal hyperlink button with a link to a gallery showing images of the CBR600RR 46. I sourced this background from www.honda.co.uk 47. I found this information on the new CBR600 from a newspaper which I was looking through so I went on to the internet that day a sourced it from the website of the newspaper. 48. I found this background for this webpage from www.google.co.uk/images 49. This is a large image of the CBR600RR which I sourced from www.honda.co.uk 50. These are smaller images of the motorbike which are thumbnails which when clicked on enlarge to the size of the image talked about in point 49 This is the coding for this Slide Show 51. This is an internal hyperlink button with a link to a gallery showing images of the CRF450R 52. I sourced this background from www.honda.co.uk 53. I found this information on the new CRF450R from internet on the site of www.honda.co.uk 54. I created the background for this page my self by using the options in Microsoft front page to just use a standard plain background. ...read more.

Conclusion

I found this banner from www.google.co.uk 89. This is a image of the CR125R which I sourced from www.honda.co.uk 90. This is text describing about the CR125R and its features off road. 91. This is a banner for showing the section of the off road motorbikes web page. I found this banner from www.google.co.uk 92. This is an image of the CRF50F which I sourced from www.honda.co.uk 93. This is text describing the CRF50F which I sourced from a motorbike magazine called BIKE. 94. This is a banner for showing the section of the accessories web page. I found this banner from www.google.co.uk 95. This is text which I highlighted in yellow and used a red font colour to make it stand out. 96. These are all external hyperlinks to the official Honda website which opens a PDF file where all the accessories for each model of bike can be found. 97. This is the logo of the Honda Racing Co-operation HRC. This image was sourced from www.google.co.uk/images 98. This is a Honda racing images which I sourced from www.hondaracing.co.uk and it is an external to the www.hondaracing.co.uk website. 99. This is a marquee which is a feature on the Microsoft front page which can be applied to text to make it move across the page when the website is uploaded to the internet. It says "Honda Franchise" 100. This is another marquee which shows the information about owning a Honda franchise and gives the contact detail for this. 101. I sourced this background image from www.honda.co.uk ?? ?? ?? ?? 51 ...read more.

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