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Create a Garden Centre Website for a garden centre.

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Evaluation I had to create a Garden Centre Website for a garden centre. It had to be bright and colourful so it attracted the customer to the garden centre. It had to have all the information of plant details and where the garden centre is situated. I chose Microsoft Publisher to answer this task because this was better to manipulate pictures around the screen and also you can use Word Art and Border Art to make my website look more colourful and attractive. Page 1 (Home Page) * The garden centres name e.g., the plant house garden centre. This is bright and bold and in a clear font. * The address of the garden centre. This is important because people need to know where the garden centre is or they won't come. This is bright and colourful and has a colourful background so it stands out to the customer. * The title. This is the homepage it needs to be there but is not that important so it does not stand out as much as the address. * The 4-hyperlink pictures and the text. ...read more.

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This is bright and bold and in a clear font. . * A picture of one of the plants. This is a picture of one of the plants that is opposite in the price list. It is there so the customer can see exactly what they are getting and see if it is good quality. This picture has taken up about half of my page. * A price list of all the plants in this category. This is a text box with a list of the plants and there prices. It is bold and clear so the customer can find what they want and how much it costs. * A hyperlink back to the homepage. This is on every page and it is there so the customer can get back to the homepage easily. The picture was downloaded from file and there is text underneath it telling the customer what it is. This is in the top left hand corner. Page 4 * The title of the page. For this page it will be Bedding and Rockery Plants. This is bright and bold and in a clear font. ...read more.

Conclusion

This is in the top left hand corner. I used a number of different tools to help me create my website. * Word Art- this helped me create my headings. * Border Art- this helped me create my borders. I did pick the right software to answer the question because it was easier to make my headings look more attractive and the text. It was easier to make my borders look more attractive and colourful. It was easier to manipulate the pictures around the screen I did have some problems these are listed below: * The Printer- I found it difficult to print my work, as the printer was really slow. To solve this problem I printed my work off in my own time. * Adding the picture- sometimes my picture would disappear for no reason to solve this problem I just had to keep on adding them. * I also found it difficult to arrange all the pictures and text on to the homepage. I just had to keep on trying to solve this problem. The testing for this task was to check the hyperlinks worked on every page. To improve the Website I created I could- make the website a bit more colourful so it is even more attractive. ...read more.

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