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Project Proposal-Site Structure

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Faq.htm Contact Tutorial Links Forums.htm Pictures.gif or .jpg or .png ATV enthusiasts.htm Running head: PROJECT PROPOSAL-SITE STRUCTURE 1 Project Proposal-Site Structure Stephen D, James IT/236 February 27, 2011 University of Phoenix (Axia College)
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PROJECT PROPOSAL-SITE STRUCTURE 2 Project Proposal-Site Structure The plan for this web site is for it to be a miniature or beginner version of a larger, professional website. To achieve this goal, I will need to use the web structure; I felt this structure would create a website with an easy flow for all users. I do understand and will follow the standard eight dot three rule format. I am going to use all seven allotted pages for my site and have decided on the following pages. ATVenthuiasts.html: This will be the main page; it will have pictures of ATVs in the background. This page would also display the name of the site, explain the purpose of the site, and have links to the pages that ATV enthusiasts want to be directed to.
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Unformatted text preview: • Forums.html: This page would be available for users to discuss modifications, customizations, and repairs with other users, which will help all the users with whatever project they want to do. • Pictures.gif or .jpg or .png: A picture page would showcase images of customer designed ATVs by ATVenthusiasts. An additional section could be available for users to upload images of custom ATVs that those users built. • Tutorials: An ATV modification project page that can show users easy step-by-step instructions and how big of a budget they will have to have to do a specific modification to their ATV. • Links: This page will have links to sites that sell good parts and links for sites that sell modification products that users may see on the site. • Faq.html: This page will be devoted to frequently asked questions that users may have. • Contact: This page will have contact information on it....
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