This week, I submitted my last final assignment. Finally.
Currently, I’m procrastinating from studying for a take-home exam due this afternoon. Oops.
But it’s once again been too long since I posted, and I’m pretty excited about this final assignment and I want to share it with you. Now.
The assignment, which was for an online class called Writing for the Web, was to design a website with at least 5 different pages to it, incorporating the principles we learned during this course.
I don’t know how my prof will grade it, since I only submitted it for marking yesterday morning, but after receiving some good feedback from my Facebook friends, I thought I’d share it with you. I am thinking of purchasing a domain name for this site and publishing it to the web for real and making it a bit of a hub for all that stuff servers wish their customers knew!
Here’s a linked screen shot so you can go see it yourself:
Keep in mind I’m an amateur Dreamweaver user, and I built this all from scratch, and I didn’t really have the time to finess things too much. It’s a beginning, more than anything.
But – do you like it?
Do you have a restaurant story to add to my “This one time…” page?
I have some ideas for a domain name, which I’m hoping to host as a sub-page to this site, we’ll see. Meanwhile, I could use your feedback about domain name ideas:
Send me your “This one time at a Restaurant” stories for when I debut the website with its own domain name!
2 thoughts on “Keep the Server Happy, Website Edition”
love the website – it’s awesome! was kinda hoping you might have quoted me with the whole TIP acronym 😦
although I must disagree that one should tip from the total of the bill, I refuse to tip on tax!
I have to admit I didn’t think about your TIP acronym… most likely because I wrote most of the content for this site between midnight and 4 am the night before it was due.
I would like to add a sort of guest interaction area on the site, though, which would be a great place for your ideas!