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Assessment item 1 ASP.NET 4.5.1

Assessment item 1 ASP.NET 4.5.1

Due date:

11:00pm AEST, Friday Week 5

ASSESSMENT

Weighting:

15%

1

Length:

No set length

Objectives

This assessment item relates to the course learning outcome numbers 1 and 2.

More specifically, the objective of this assignment is for students to:

Develop a dynamic Internet application with a consistent look and feel for business using an integrated suite of software tools.

Introduction

You are required to develop the Aussie Stamp Place website using ASP.NET 4.5.1 and C#. You must develop the web pages according to the specifications given in this document. This means that you must provide the functionality specified, produce the layout specified and use the data and images provided on the course website. This document is a specification that you are required to implement.

Overview of website to be developed

Your website must:

Use a master page and content pages throughout

Define and use a consistent theme throughout

Use a web.sitemap and related navigation controls You are also required to:

submit a brief Word document as discussed below. You are required to develop the following pages:

Web Page

Description

Default.aspx

The home page.

Pages/Default.aspx

Descriptor for top level menu item

Pages/animals.aspx

Header and table of Australian native animal stamps, each stamp

has a name, price, number in stock, last update time and an image.

Pages/flowers.aspx

Header and table of Australian native flower stamps, each stamp

has a name, price, number in stock, last update time and an image.

Pages/peace.aspx

Header and table of Peace and Victory stamps, each stamp has a

name, price, number in stock, last update time and an image.

Pages/zoological.aspx

Header and table of Australian zoological stamps, each stamp has a

name, price, number in stock, last update time and an image.

About/Default.aspx

The default About page

About/About.aspx

Brief information about the website.

About/ContactUs.aspx

A contact us page with contact information.

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You must also create the Web.sitemap and Masterpage.master files, as well as make appropriate edits to the web.config file.

These requirements are discussed in more detail below.

Provided materials – starter kit

To get you started, an assignment starter kit is available on the course Moodle web site. This starter kit contains:

The Images directory containing all the images required for the assignment

The App_Themes directory containing resources and files required for themes

Website structure

The files in your website should be structured in the following way:

AussieStampPlace

Pages

zoological.aspx

peace.aspx

flowers.aspx

Images

animals.aspx

App_Themes

Web.sitemap

default.aspx

MasterPage.Master

Web.config

Web.sitemap

You must construct your web.sitemap to achieve the following menu hierarchy:

Zoological Stamps

Home

Peace Stamps

Stamp Catalogs

Flower Stamps

About

Animal Stamps

Contact Us

About Us

The menu items above must map to the following content pages:

Menu item

Content page

Home

~/Default.aspx

Stamp Catalogs

~/Pages/Default.aspx

Stamp Catalogs -> Zoological Stamps

~/Pages/zoological.aspx

Stamp Catalogs -> Peace Stamps

~/Pages/peace.aspx

Stamp Catalogs -> Flower Stamps

~/Pages/flowers.aspx

Stamp Catalogs -> Animal Stamps

~/Pages/animals.aspx

About

~/About/Default.aspx

About -> Contact Us

~/About/ContactUs.aspx

About-> About Us

~/About/About.aspx

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Master page

Your master page must achieve the following layout:

Header

Nav

AsideContent

Footer

Header

The header must contain the logo. The actual logo displayed will depend on the theme. Your Colourtheme uses your own design of a logo or you can use the supplied logo.jpg. The Monochrome theme uses logo.jpg and found with the supplied Stylesheet.css file in the starter kit.

Nav

The Nav should contain a SiteMapPath control. Note:

The control must obtain its menu items from the Web.sitemap file; menu items should not be hard coded into the SiteMapPath control.

Your control should not show the top (Home) node.

Aside

The aside should:

display a DropDownList for choosing the theme.

use a TreeView to show a site menu. The Home menu should not appear twice. The aside will also be used in assignment 2 for providing a login area.

Footer

The footer contains two divisions – the copyright and lastupdate divisions. The copyrightdivision should contain a copyright symbol, your name and the current year, along with the image copyright statement. The lastupdate division should contain the date that the website was last updated. You may hard code this date.

Themes

The appearance of the website will be controlled by the use of themes. Two themes shall be supported. The first is the Monochrome theme and consists of a copy of the Stylesheet.css style sheet supplied in the starter kit and renamed Monochrome.css. The supplied logo, logo.jpg, is found in the starter kits /Imagesfolder. The second theme is a Colour theme you have to define yourself. You can re-use the

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logo.jpg file for the header image. You should modify the supplied stylesheet.css file. Start by renaming it Colour.css and then modify it to achieve your new style.

Content pages

The appearance and required functionality of the content pages are described below.

Home page

The default home page should appear as follows to a user when viewed with the Monochrome theme:

Stamp Catalogs

The default Stamp Catalogs page must appear as follows. Note that for brevity, only the main content area is shown.

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Stamp Catalogs – Zoological Stamps

The Zoological Stamps page must appear as follows. Note that for brevity, only the main content area is shown.

Note that:

A table layout is used.

The Name, Price, # in stock and Last update fields must be as shown and the last cell should contain the image of the stamp.

Stamp Catalogs – Peace Stamps

The Peace Stamps page must appear as follows. Note that for brevity, only the main content area is shown. As before a table layout is used with the Name, Price, # in stock and Last update fields and the last cell should contain the image of the stamp.

Stamp Catalogs – Australian Flower Stamps

The Australian Flower Stamps page must appear as follows. Note that for brevity, only the main content area is shown. As before a table layout is used with the Name, Price, # in stock and Last update fields and the last cell should contain the image of the stamp.

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Stamp Catalogs – Australian Native Animals Stamps

The Australian Native Animals Stamps page must appear as follows. Note that for brevity, only the main content area is shown. As before a table layout is used with the Name, Price, # in stock and Last update fields and the last cell should contain the image of the stamp.

Themes

The appearance of the website will be controlled by the use of themes. Two themes shall be supported. The first is the Colour theme and consists of the ColourStyle.css style sheet and the logo in the logo.jpgfile. The second theme is the Monochrome theme and is implemented using the logo- grey.jpg logo and the MonochromeStyle.css style sheet.

About

The default About page must appear as shown.

The Contact us page must appear as shown.

The About us page must appear as shown.

Word document

You are to prepare a brief Word document. Your document should:

Include an appropriate title page.

List the features you successfully implemented, there is no need to describe them.

List the features you were unable to successfully implement; you should describe the problem in a few sentences and also briefly describe anything you attempted to get it to work. Your approach to identifying and attempting to fix these bugs may gain you some partial credit for those features you were unable to implement.

A description of any additional functionality you believe would be useful to add to this Website. Explain what the features are and how they would help to improve the Website.

Discuss any moral or legal issues that may arise in running a business based on the idea behind this web site.

References (if any) listed using the Harvard Referencing Style.

Submission

You are required to submit your assignment electronically via the Moodle course website. You must combine the following files together in a .ZIP or .RAR archive:

The directory containing your ASP.NET website.

Your Word document

The resulting archive file should be submitted on the course website. Please note that you should use your student number as the name for the archive file you upload to the Moodle website.

Image copyrights

Important note to students: The images supplied on the course Website for this assignment are only to be used in preparing the solution for this assignment. Use of these images for any other purpose is strictly prohibited in accordance with the copyright laws. Assessment criteria

Assignment

Criteria

Marks

Total

Component

Master page – general

– Layout and general themes as required

1.5

Header contains logo

Footer is correct

Master page –

Web.sitemap correct

In Nav site map tool correctly used

2

Navigation

In aside drop down list used to select theme and the treeview works as

required

Default page correct

Stamp Catalog pages

– The required fields are on all 4 catalog pages and are correct

5

– Images are present and work correctly on all pages

– Tables display correctly on all pages

About pages

– The default about and the contact us and about us pages display and

0.5

have the correct information

– The theme drop down list is displayed

Theme

– Toggling the theme selection updates the display correctly on all

3

pages

– A colour style (theme) independently created

– Lists complete and incomplete stages and describes steps taken to

Word document

complete functionality (if applicable)

3

– Discussion of ethical or legal issues

– Suggestions for new functionality

Penalties

Total

15

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