For my unit 2 project, I was asked to create a webpage about high school at BSGE for students who are interested in coming to or learning about BSGE. It was a fairly long and stressful process.

First, we came up with requirements and restrictions for the project. Then, we created a project design for our webpage (picture shown below). In the end, I deviated from this a fair amount after learning about cool, new CSS3 techniques like gradient backgrounds.

We then made a specific daily project plan (picture shown below) I did not end up following very well because of last-minute tests/projects and a sudden (but life-saving) extension for the project.

The last step in preparation for this 8-hour project was the research, which I found as I wrote the information for my webpages. I cited my information using the websites our tech teacher provided us and soon went on to make my code.

For this, I used w3schools for reference and help. I designed a layout and experimented with my navigation bar. I also successfully downloaded two cool fonts from the internet (coneria and snippet). As I wrote the code, I tested out many, many different colors to see which ones looked good together. Lastly, I looked over my code and uploaded the files to the internet.

In the end, I fulfilled every requirement and made a pretty decent-looking website!

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CC BY-SA 4.0 An Informational Webpage about BSGE from One Student to Another by Jenna is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.

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