You are required to produce a website that acts as an electronic portfolio for your work.
Topic Website An electronic portfolio for your work, written
in HTML5 and CSS.
Content A minimum of:
1. Your literature review,
marked up in HTML.
2. A work log describing the
work you’ve undertaken in
WebF1 over the year.
3. A short (510 seconds),
selfmade video that
works on the current
version of all major
. It can
be a screen or phone
4. An image.
Your literature review should be
comprehensively marked up – merely
including a link to a nonHTML version is not
All pages must:
1. be marked up using valid semantic
HTML5 (i.e aim for descriptive and
not procedural markup).
2. include a link to the W3C validator (
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readers to check that the referring
page is valid.
3. be formatted using CSS i.e. form
and content are separated.
Navigation It should be clear (e.g. through a
structured menu) how your site
could be expanded to showcase
your other works as you progress
through your course.
The pages must be linked.
You must provide a means of usable and
accessible navigation for your content.
Value 30% The grade awarded for this work will make
up 30% of your final mark for this unit.
Submission VM and Moodle You will upload your site to your virtual
machine and also submit a ZIP copy of the
files to moodle. The maximum ZIP size
accepted will be 100MB.
Assessor Your Peers You will assess your peers, and your peers
will assess your work. Markers will be
chosen at random. 5
We shall use the latest versions of browsers that are installed on university machines at the time of
assessment: Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Microsoft Internet Explorer
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