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31268 Web Systems
Practical Assignment

Due Date: Week 7, 5:00pm, Friday Week 7
Weighting: 15% of your final grade and will be marked out of 15.
Late submission: Late assignments will be deducted 2 marks per day late. More than seven days late the assignment will receive zero. Special consideration for late submission must be arranged before the due date with the subject coordinator.
Assignment objectives: This assignment aims to help meet the following objectives from the subject outline:
·         #1. Explain the role of an operating system, and manipulate its structure such as processes, file systems and memory management using Unix based scripting.
·         #3. Identify and explain the role and function of the Internet, the World Wide Web, and their components.
·         #4. Design and implement a web site.
Description Your task is to write a home page for yourself on the faculty student web server,
http://www-student.it.uts.edu.au, and a couple of secondary pages describing your experiences with computing so far.
This assignment tests 2 main skills - creating a live working web site and demonstrating some basic HTML/CSS skills.
You will need to:
1.      If you don't already have a public web page on the faculty student web server, you will need to set this up.
See for instructions on how to do this. Basically....
1.      You will need to create directory called public_html directory in your home directory on the lab workstations. Note that this is the same home directory on the rerun.it.uts.edu.au server and is equivalent to drive X: on the Windows workstations.
2.      This should have public execute permission (recall your people and permissions lab?).
3.      Your home directory should also have public execute permission, but NOT public read or write permission.
4.      Create a file called index.html in the public_html subdirectory. This file is your home page.
2.      Create a subdirectory in public_html called "websystems"
3.      Create a file in the public_html/websystems subdirectory called index.html.
This page should list some information about yourself eg: your name, what course you are doing etc. Please don't put any personal information here!!

It should have links to 3 other pages in this subdirectory- past.html, future.html and comments.html (see below)
4.      past.html should describe your experiences with computing so far (eg: mention your HSC experience, past work experience, etc)
5.      future.html should describe what you want to do with computing in the future.
6.      comments.html is where you need to comment on:
1.      The technical aspects of your website: eg: describe the structure of your website, what CSS selectors/id's etc you used and why you used them.(about half a page)
2.      The aesthetics of your website - eg: how users should perceive your page and what effects you were trying to achieve (about half a page).
An introduction to the aesthetics of Web design can be found here: and
3.      The accessibility aspects of your website - eg: how you made your web site usable by disabled users
A quick guide to accessibilty can be found at and at
7.      Create a style sheet called websystems.css and modify index.html, past.html and future.html to use this style sheet.
8.      Modify your main home page index.html to link to your websystems/index.html.
You should try to make this web site as appealing as possible, using style sheets only. You will lose marks for embedded or inline styles.
You should check the validation of your website at and your style sheet at . We won't be worried about warnings, but you will lose marks for errors.
Site map
sitemap
corrections:
1.      homepage should be http://www-student.it.uts.edu.au NOT charlie
2.      css file should start with a lower case ie: websystems.css NOT Websystems.css
Submission You MUST create a hyperlink in your default FEIT home page
http://www-student.it.uts.edu.au/~userid/ which points to your websystems directory.

You MUST make your assignment visible to your tutor at the URL
http://www-student.it.uts.edu.au/~userid/ and they must be able to view your past.html, future.html, comments.html and websystems.css files online (where userid is your FIT student account userid)
This means that your ~/public_html and ~/public_html/websystems subdirectories and files must be publicly readable and executable.
You will get zero (0) marks for websites email'ed, submitted on UTS online, using Linuxgym or demonstrated by using the browser to directly load a HTML file (ie: using File -> Open, c:\ or file:// URL's.).
https://online.uts.edu.au/bbcswebdav/courses/31268/caution.pngWe will ONLY mark via http://www-student.it.uts.edu.au/~userid/ (where userid is your Faculty of IT userid)
ANYTHING ELSE WILL NOT BE MARKED!!
Do not change the web site after the submission date. Your tutor may take up to 2 weeks to finalise the marking.
Please read the UTS Online Assignments Discussion board for common questions and answers about the assignment.
Do not use WYSIWYG tools such as Dreamweaver or Frontpage to create this website. Your tutor may ask you to prove that you wrote this assignment by hand and not with assistance.
Marking Criteria Mark breakdown:
Web Pages: 40% 6
Comments: 40% 6
Quality: 20% 3
TOTAL: 100% 15
Generally, the marks (6) for web pages are marked on structure and correctness
Marks will be based on:
1.      Does this page meet the requirements?
2.      Is is technically correct? (meets validation, structured correctly)
3.      Is it pleasant and easy to look at?
4.      Does it use a common style sheet?
Your marks on the comments.html page will be split equally between technical (2), aesthetics (2) & accessibility (2) comments.
Finally, 3 marks will be allocated for general "quality"
General marking comments:
·         You MUST have the site layout exactly as described above.
·         Do NOT change the filenames or directory location as we use an automated marking checker.
·         Use HTML 4.01 Strict and CSS 2.1
·         Do NOT use deprecated tags or attributes. See for a list of deprecated tags and attributes.
·         Additional marks WILL NOT be granted for features such as Flash, fancy graphics, animations, audio/video etc. Don't bother using CSS positioning or anything else not covered in lectures, labs or tutorials.
·         You MUST acknowledge graphic files downloaded from the internet. It is sufficient to put them in a HTML comment adjacent to the image tag. This is for legal copyright reasons as well as ethical ones.
·         You MUST use styles sheets to format your page.
·         You MUST have:
·          
1.      At least 5 CSS classes and 1 CSS id.
2.      At least 1 div and 1 span tag per page
3.      At least 1 table, 1 list (any type) and 1 image within the entire assignment submission
·         You do not need to use anything fancy, eg: positioning, it is not essential to use them to layout your web pages. However, no additional marks will be given for using layouts.
·         Your web site MUST be easy to navigate and read (consider your target audience ie: your TUTOR!!).
We expect to be able to point and click, and not press the 'BACK' key on the browser, or type in any extra URL's in the address bar.
·         Unreadable or unusable web sites will also be penalised. You MUST test your web site with graphics and Javascript turned off. Is it still usable?
·         Don't put advertisements or animations on your web site.
·         Don't use bad colour combinations (for example, red on black, purple on black, purple on red, blue on purple, black on red). If your tutor can't read it, you will lose marks.
Don't become a site on
·         Make font sizes reasonable, use style sheets to manage them. Consider what will happen if your marker uses a smaller screen (eg: 800x600).
·         Do not make pages so wide that they can't be read unless you scroll horizontally. You will lose marks if a tutor cannot read the web page. I recommend a maximum screen size should be 1024x768, though you should design your web site to cope with larger (and smaller) screens.
·         You MUST NOT use style sheets or designs from anyone else - this includes open source and commercial style sheets!
·         You SHOULD check your web site on the 2 most popular browsers - Firefox and Internet Explorer.
Additional information Please look at the UTS-Online Discussion Board, Assignment forum, for any questions and answers about this assignment.
If the question is inappropriate for the discussion board, please email chris.wong@uts.edu.au directly.
Special Consideration: In general, late submissions will not be accepted without documented evidence of illness or misadventure.
Students seeking special consideration, or an extension on the basis of illness or misadventure must contact the subject coordinator before the deadline for the assignment, unless the nature of the illness or misadventure prevents early notification.
Please note that network or server downtime in general are not valid grounds for late submission or an assignment extension. The exception would be if the faculty servers and/or network were down for an extremely long duration (at least two days).
Return of results/feedback: Marks for this assignment will be posted on UTS Online. In addition, you will receive an individual email showing each of the marking criteria, your mark for that criterion, and if you did not receive full marks for the criterion, a comment indicating why you did not receive the full marks available.
Groupwork: This assignment is an individual assessment. No group work is permitted. Please carefully read the section on "Academic Integrity" below.
Academic Integrity
Students are reminded of the principles laid down in the Faculty's Statement of Academic Integrity - Good Practice and Ethics in Informal Assessment found at
Assignments in this subject should be your own original work. The inclusion in assessable work of any material such as code, graphics or essay text obtained from other persons or sources without citation of the source is plagiarism and is a breach of University Rule 16.2.2.
Any collaboration with another person should be limited to those described in the "Acceptable Behaviour" section of the Statement of Academic Integrity. Similarly, any group work should be the result of collaboration only within the group. Any infringement by a student will be considered a breach of discipline and will be dealt with in accordance with the Rules and By-Laws of the University.
This assignment is to be done individually. No group-work is permitted.
Students are not to give to or receive from any other persons copies of their assessable work in any form (hard copy or an electronic file). To do so is 'academic misconduct' and is a breach of University Rule 16.2.2. That is, assisting other students to cheat or to act dishonestly in a submitted assignment.
Accidental submission of another students work as your own is considered to be a breach of University Rule 16.2.2 in that you are acting dishonestly since you should not have a copy of another student's work.
The Faculty penalty for proven and serial misconduct of this nature is zero marks for the subject. For more information go to:
http://my.feit.uts.edu.au/pages/course/student_policies_rules/student_misconduct
Referencing requirements and academic standards
In the practical assignment for this subject, if any parts of your solution are based on existing code that is found on the web, in a printed book or generated by any software application (or taken from any other source), you are required to acknowledge the source, as a comment in your code indicating the source and the extent to which you have used the sections of code that you did not write yourself.
You must acknowledge graphic files downloaded from the internet. It is sufficient to put them in a HTML comment adjacent to the image tag. This is for legal copyright reasons as well as ethical ones.
The only exception to this rule is for code supplied in the subject's own lab exercises, which need not be acknowledged. Acknowledgement is required even if you start with existing code and make modifications. Failure to acknowledge sources will be regarded as unacceptable behaviour in the context of the "Statement of Academic Integrity" referenced above.
Using code that belongs to other students currently or formerly enrolled in this subject (i.e. copying or sharing code) is totally unacceptable behaviour.
 

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