This could be anything a form for something an online shop or whatever:
Clear concise code with annotation
Usage of Selection (If Statement)
Usage of loops
Usage of a 2D Array
Standard HTML/CSS Website with several pages
Final Project Points
Also, please note, there's an extra credit option I've created for all of you with regards to adding a page with JQuery functionalities. I've attached those requirements to this e-mail and will soon upload a copy to Angel. This extra credit page will have to be included in your Final Project submission and thus will also have to be submitted Finals Week. Below are the requirements for earning the extra credit:
Create a separate page as part of your final project and utilize some of the JQuery functions within the JQuery Overview I created for the class (http://ned.highline.edu/~jle/csci212/jquery/index.php). The tutorial and the extra credit option is to encourage you to learn some JQuery coding skills that I feel would be useful in your future web development
Working usage Show, Hide, or Toggle Functionality
Working usage of getting the value of an input field
Working usage of updating elements with the text or html function
Working event handling functionality (click, keypress, change, etc)
Working JQuery array iteration
Working use of a new JQuery function, event handler, etc you find fromhttp://api.jquery.com/ that you liked and/or found useful. Please make sure to add a note on what that function is as a paragraph in the page with a link to the JQuery API page where you found the examples on how to use or apply the functionality.
Possible Extra Credit Points
June 7th would be good.
by June 7th would be good but sooner would be better.
Just use elementary js keep it simple because the book we used was not meant to teach us js but the logic of programming.
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