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The aim of this task is to produce a web page that will be placed on the school intranet, giving information about the Sports Day.

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Design Task 4 - Web page The aim of this task is to produce a web page that will be placed on the school intranet, giving information about the Sports Day. As a web page is simply a publication that has links from one page to another, I believe that by using Microsoft Publisher this task can be completed in the easiest and most successful manner. I am comfortable with its features, and it can complete the task in its entirety, without the need for other software, aside from Microsoft Word for the design, testing and evaluation. The features that I shall make use of are: * The main aspect of Microsoft Publisher that makes it successful is the ability to manoeuvre and adjust text around the page. The font and text size can be changed, using 'word art' to add original effects. The size of the font can be altered, which is required to created a title that can stand out, and other fonts in different sizes, fonts and colours. This will satisfy the performance criteria of having a programme that is attractive, and that "has some colour in it". It can also be placed anywhere on the page, allowing the analysis criteria to be satisfied easily. They can be moved around until the look of the page is aesthetically pleasing. ...read more.

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* The text "Click here or on School Crest to return to Sports Day page," (to act as a hyperlink to the Sports Day page) * The text that has been specified to be placed on the page, see booklet * The crest should be a small size The Sports Day Records Page: * The heading "Records set in 2001" * The school crest (to act as a hyperlink to the Sports Day page) * The text "Click here or on School Crest to return to Sports Day page," (to act as a hyperlink to the Sports Day page) * The text that has been specified to be placed on the page, which are available on disk * The crest should be a small size Further criteria are: * All hyperlinks should go to the correct pages (see testing). * The "information about Sports Day" points should be numbered If all of these criteria are fully satisfied, then the task will be deemed to be a total success. The testing section of the task will verify that these have been fulfilled and that all hyperlinks work. SATISFYING THE ANALYSIS CRITERIA To satisfy the analysis criteria, I must make sure that the text is appropriate and that all the hyperlinks work. However, it is also important for me to decide what text sizes and fonts, backgrounds, pictures, flood fills or other tools that I plan to use. ...read more.

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The background will be a bright yellow colour; the text will be TNR 20 and black. As before, the 'link to the Sports Day Page' will be TNR 14 and bold. I believe that if I use these figures to their full extent, the task will be fully completed and the website attractive yet practical. TESTING PLAN To test whether this task is a success, I need to perform testing. The obvious thing that could go wrong with this task is that the links to the relative pages do not work. Hyperlinks can be complicated to set up; so rigorous testing must be performed to check that they work fully. I plan to draw a table of all the hyperlinks that I include, and tick boxes to be ticked only if they work. These are the hyperlinks that are to be included in the web page: The Sports Day page = page 1 The Information page = page 2 The Reasons to take part in Sports Day page = page 3 The Sports Day Records Page = page 4 On PAGE 1: - link to page 2 link to page 3 link to page 4 On PAGE 2: - link to page 1 On PAGE 3: - link to page 1 On PAGE 4: - link to page 1 I must also test that the appropriate text and other criteria are included, but this can only be done by visual inspection. Christopher Kurwie - 4 - Task 4 11PS ...read more.

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