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IT 647 Milestone Three Guidelines and Rubric Building the Details Page Overview: For your final project, you will develop your own website. This project emphasizes hands-on foundational knowledge and experience in advanced web design and development. Through this experience, you will gain the skills necessary to provide meaningful contributions and support in this exciting and evolving field. Prompt: Now that you have a homepage, you will begin to add details, create a calendar using a Google Calendar widget, and integrate your pages. To begin, review the following: Milestone Three Google Calendar Tutorial (document) Milestone Three: Google Calendar Widget video (8:12) Use these resources to guide you in incorporating the Google Calendar widget into the details page of your website. Once you have completed your details page in Codio, submit a PDF or Word document that contains a screen capture of your details page view in Codio and summarize your details-page construction experience by addressing the following: Summarize the steps you took to customize your details page and set up your Google Calendar. What parts of the page are you particularly satisfied with and what challenges did you experience? Is there anything you tried to do and were not able to accomplish? Do you have questions for your instructor? Specifically, the following critical elements must be addressed: I. A details page that does the following: A. Displays information about the event stored in a third-party database (Google Calendar) B. Incorporates at least one multimedia item (image or audio) C. Employs a third-party calendar widget that does the following: i. Shows every event in a calendar layout ii. Includes links to event information on the details page II. Your details page should do the following: A. Appropriately address the website requirements described in the scenario to meet the needs of the event. B. Implement the following: i. Best practices in layout design ii. Best practices in design of UXD/GUI navigation
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iii. Style sheets for both web and mobile media iv. Link back to the homepage C. Use industry best practices in coding , including the following: i. Proper formatting with code ii. Consistent naming conventions in code iii. Efficient, logical
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