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  • Level: GCSE
  • Subject: ICT
  • Word count: 670

Creating a business website.

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Introduction

REPORT Introduction A local computer company called Evesham Super Computers has asked me to create a website for their use. They want it to advise people about what products they should buy because their phone lines have been inundated with calls about his matter. This site must include information about input, output, storage and process devices. The website must be only 5 pages in length and include text, pictures, sounds, buttons and graphical/textual hotspots. Analysis The website will: ? Include advice for customers of Evesham Super Computers. ? Have only 5 pages ? Use pictures and sounds, buttons and textual/graphical hotspots ? Have a use friendly system of hyperlinks to guide the user to where they want to go. ...read more.

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To alter the background sound in html find the part looking like this and then re type new sound file location to change. Changed file location Adding images to web To add a picture: open the insert menu and select picture. Then choose whether the picture is a file or clipart and choose appropriate option. Chose the file by clicking the browse button. When chosen click the ok button. To place the pictures wherever on the page use this button on the toolbar. Buttons To create a new button use this menu and choose hover button from it. You will now have a menu appear allowing you to create hyperlinks and altering the colours and effects of the hover button. ...read more.

Conclusion

Cursors This is the html code I used for the custom cursors. <STYLE TYPE="text/css">p {align=justify} BODY{cursor: url(http://www.boomspeed.com/sfhelpers/cursors/93.cur);} a {cursor: url(http://www.boomspeed.com/sfhelpers/cursors/93.cur);} </STYLE> You paste this code into the <HEAD> of the document and the cursor will be seen. Hyperlinks On each of the pages I have a hyperlink to take the user back to the menu page. To do this I type in "back to menu" then added a hyperlink to the text. To do this: highlight the text then right click. This menu will appear. Choose the hyperlink option at the bottom. The next screen allows you to decide where you want the hyperlink to be linked to. Use this button to browse web sites on the Internet already. Or choose one of the WebPages you have created to link it too. In this case I am linking this page back to the main menu page ...read more.

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In summary, the report is quite poor. The report makes a number of suggestions for a website for an PC business. However there haven't explained why there would implement any of the prosed features. The report states 'only 5 pages', ...

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Response to the question

In summary, the report is quite poor. The report makes a number of suggestions for a website for an PC business. However there haven't explained why there would implement any of the prosed features. The report states 'only 5 pages', I would re-phrase this to 'At Least 5 Pages'. This is due to that websites over time, expand and may develop, thus the website may have more than five internet pages in the near future.

Level of analysis

There is very little analysis within the report. The student doesn't explain their decisions, and there don't justify any of their suggested web aspects. The report could include 'I'll implement the hyper-links to enable users of the web page to easily navigate from one web page to another'. The above, should be written on all sub-sections, and due to that no such one is done there is still alot of work to be undertaken by the student to achieve high marks.

Quality of writing

The report uses a number of screenshots to enforce the writing of the report. The screenshots do have some annotations (writing), which are quite good as this guides the examiner to understand each screenshot. The report states 'hex colour codes', however the student hasn't explained the technical term. The hex table is a wide range of colours, and a user is able to select a hex number such as White which will be #FFFFFF. All technical terms should be explained, to allow the examiner to understand the report with ease.


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