Introduction to the course
- Go over syllabus
- What you'll learn
- What you need
- Lab time
- Edinboro Network
- Take roll
- Make sure all of us can run a web editor, likely the the Adobe software
Your Homework Website:
Implement the following today:
- Figure out how to access the cs server area for your web site (if its up and running by now)
Web Site Work flow:
- Define scope of project, objectives, target audience, schedule & available resources
- Develop Design strategy and establish the look and feel of the web pages
- Develop Prototype (This will be our actual site)
- Present to client
- Assemble & create the web site.
How to Host:
- We'll have a csci323 domain for this course.
- connect to cslab100.cs.edinboro.edu
- Location of files:
- Your Web area (sample)
- Look at Chapter 2 notes for more info.
Chapter 1 - Setting the Scene
Monday is Labor day
Chapter 2 -Establishing a Web Presence
- Chapter 2 Notes
- This includes some screen shots of FileZilla and PuTTY
- Work on our initial web pages. We can save to a flash drive if you don't have an account or public_html directory yet.
- Make a page for our assignments.
Chapter 3 - HTML for Content Structure
- Chapter 3 Notes -> We look at a trimmed version of these notes, we cover this material via demo. Most should be a quick review from the 1st web course.
- Initial Pages
- Add DIVs
- Buttons ?
- Look at competitors web sites, steal ideas
- Intro to Photoshop
- Text as image
- Create a heading for your project
- text effects
- getting from web
- Centering on page
- Save for Web
- File types
- SSI, look at how to make this work
- Start Chapter 4
- Some CSS examples
- Good web site for colors
- Continue on the table & hyper links exercise
Chapter 4 - CSS for Content Presentation
- Chapter 4 Notes
- Create a simple CSS file for our site.
- Make a class
- Make use of an ID to style one particular item on your page.
- Let's make a div style parameters and see what is available.
- Look at Navigation
- CSS style sheet exercise
- How to fade an image like on my sample project page
Chapter 5 - HTML Forms for Data Collection and Submission
- Chapter 6 Notes
- Discuss Regular expressions
- sequence of characters that forms a search pattern
- we are using these to validate the users input
- we are "searching" for a pattern of characters
- Work on Validating our feedback
- Add the products page
Review for the exam
Exam 1 - 10/3
- HTML 5
- CSS w/sheet
- Write Java Script
- Small Application
Jordyn Hewel to come in and talk about Erie Insurance internships.
Set up a PHP "Sand Box" page
- Display time
- Implement an include
Connect to phpmyadmin
PHP & Connect to Database
- Review of Exam 1
- Create a simple PHP page to show the current time
- Discuss our Database
- Database solutions to common problems
- Connecting to the Server
- Display some database data
- Create at least one table - customers
- Enter and display data
- A good site with examples of using PHP to connect -> examples
- Start Chapter 8
- Make use of the PHP include
- Work on the Feedback Form
- Send an email
- Create and log the feedback responses to a text file on the server
- Review basic concepts of database
- Propose a simple E-R diagram
- Lab time to work on PHP E-mail and collection of data for your project.
- Chapter 9 Notes
- What we've coverd so far:
- Email - should be implemetned and working on your feedback form
- Database - Should have at least 4 tables by now, maybe discuss our design
- phpMyAdmin - Should be comfortable using at this point.
- Connect - Looks like everyone is doing this.
- Let's look at update today:
Review for the Exam
- Closed book
- Short answer questions
- Java Script and its relationship to the DOM
- What is a regular expression
- Understand how a form works
- move the data to the next page and display it. ($_POST)
- start a session
- POST, Action, onsubmit
- Table design in a database
- Write some generic SQL
- Display data sorted
- Display only certain data
- Add a record
- Add data from form to database
- Some short answer database questions
- relations ?
- referential integrity
- E-R diagram
- Primary Key
- Foreign Key
- Review the questions in the book at the end of the chapters.
- Review the status of the websites
- Answer Questions
Exam 2 - Chapters 5 through (9 or 10) depending on where we are
- Go over exam
- Start Ch 10 - Interacting with our database using PHP and MySQL
- Notes (we covered these already)
- Questions on → Add functionality to Update a record in the database.
- Project day
- I'd like to see the status of your last project
- No Class Wednesday and Friday
Chapter 11 - XML
Open some student projects in class to critique
Review for Final Exam
Final Exam Period
Monday the 10th 10:15 - 12:15
Helpful Homework Examples
If you want to see the admin and regular user interfaces:
- UN: firstname.lastname@example.org
- PW: password
Non Admin Login
- UN: email@example.com
- PW: password
Both Chapter 1 and Chapter 2 "Exercise on the Parallel Project" combined
At the end of the 1st chapter are the exercises (blue pages) do "Exercises on the Parallel Project". We'll put the results in your student web directly on the cs domain.
For the 2nd Chapter's "Exercise on the Parallel Project" Let's make a simple web page and put a link from your homework page to this assignment. Look at this in other browsers and make sure it looks ok.
Sample Homework Page (will expand as the semester goes on)
Chapter 3 "Exercise on the Parallel Project"
What you need:
- Your initial page for your product
- Good layout like we did in class,
- header, nav, main footer DIVs
- Appropriate and good color selection
- Heading graphic that we made in Photoshop
- Menu where the links go to other placeholder pages
- Some text about your company you wrote in the 1st assignment
- footer; put your copyright note there for now
- Similar to the one we started in class.
- Lets look into using Server Side Includes but it looks like the ability to use them is not enabled on our apache server.
- Make sure you test your page!! - have a friend look at it or look at it off campus.
Add much more CSS the previous homework assignment
- Use a separate CSS style sheet
- CSS styled menu
- Box style menu
- Good colors
- Drop down menu when the user hovers
- Good placement and width of menu & buttons that fits most screens (1000px) But you can have a top banner all the way across if you want.
- I want DIVs for the Header, Nav, Main (text of page) and footer. I also recommend a wrapper of the whole thing.
- Compare to other sites that sell what you are selling.
- Make it look like it could be a real e-commerce site.
Create an Investment Calculator and post your homework page.
- You could have radion buttons or dropdowns like we did in class.
- Also add Validation for the imput of Number of Years and Amount to Invest.
- Should function similar (but not exactly) to this:
Put a link to this on your homework page.
Parallel Project for Chapter 5 (Only number 2, the satisfaction survey)
and parallel project for Chapter 6
(Only number 2)
and part of chapter 8's parallel project
(Only number 2)
- Create a feedback Form
- Read the parallel project requirements from the book. This is based off of that but I want to make some changes like don't worry about #1 in chapter 5.
- The CD ROM had good examples for this assignment
- Validate all that makes sense to do so.
- Use a regular expression to validate the email (at least)
- Server-Side PHP processing for your feedback form
- Business Owner (you) receive an e-mail message
- The user gets an e-mail confirmation message
- New web page confirming the feedback submission
- Save the feedback to a text file on the server
- Make a link under the Admin menu to view the text file.
Chapter 7 Parallel Project:
- Using Java Script
- Add "Today's Date" on the home page.
- Create a welcome Message on Home page that changes every time the page is accessed
- Gather some images that relate to the product that you are selling and Add the rotating image functionality to the home page
Chapter 9 Parallel Project:
Using PHPMyAdmin create the 3 (maybe 4) tables (if you didn't do this already)
- Line-item (possible 4th, this allows more then one item purchased per order)
Answers questions 1 through 6. Remember not to make it to big, no way near as big as the author's. I'm thinking 3 or 4 tables max.
Make me a simple web page with a screen shot of your E-R diagram from PhP MyAdmin.
Sample Tables (for example only, yours will probably differ):
- Each table should have its own ID as primary key
- Customer Table:
- Customer ID
- First Name
- Last Name
- Products Table
- Product ID
- Quantity In Stock
- Description (memo)
- Order Table
- Transaction ID
- Customer ID
- Product ID
Database Interaction: Add to your e-commerce web page the following:
- Using PhpMyAdmin, add some dummy data to work with, For example 3 Customers and 3 Products
- Customers Data Manipulation
- Display all customers
- Be able to add a Customer (some simple validation)
- Be able to edit a Customer (use a drop down selection like the class demo page)
- Product Data Manipulation
- Display all products
- Be able to add a Product (some simple validation)
- Be able to edit a Product (use a drop down selection like the class demo page)
Putting it all together
Purchase a Product & Putting it all together for a final product:
incorporate all of your previous work, but make it its own link.
- Overall good design
- Tabs/block style links
- Consider colors
- Wrapper that is centered
- Validation on all forms
- Doesn't have to be perfect at a minimum make sure the fields are not blank.
- But use the regular expression check for the e-mail
- Run a query to display all products (like your are shopping)
- Include an image of the products
- Customer can Purchase a product
- Its ok if you can only purchase one or more of a single product at a time.
- Provide the total cost (quantity * cost + tax)
- Query to see all purchases
- Customer and product