ICT
ICT2613_103_1_2019.pdf

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Create another text file named login_details.txt. In this file provide all the necessary login details required to access the file manager you have used to upload your files. If you used a FTP client, provide the required details. Place login_details.txt in the folder created in step 1. Copy all your code (php files) and the i-frame text files into the folder you have created in step 1. Do not include any other "clutter" e.g. images you may have used. There should only be .php and .txt files in this folder. Your zip file should not be more than 100KB in size. STEP 3: Using WinZip (or other suitable utility), zip this folder. WinZip will automatically give the zip file the name of your folder (e.g. Assignment2.zip). Note that my Unisa only accepts .zip file for Assignment 2 submission. STEP 4: Upload this zip file to my Unisa. Ensure you upload before the due date in case you have internet connection problems etc. We will not allow late submissions and we will only accept submissions made via my Unisa. 5. WEB SITE AVAILABILITY & OTHER RULES AND NOTES. a. If your menu is not available and we are required to use a browser back-button to access a previous page, you will be penalized 10% of the final mark awarded. If a task page is not found because of an error you made in the menu link to that page, that task will not be marked. Note there is a difference between a page not loading because the server is slow and a page not found. We revisit sites/pages that load slowly. b. Many free web hosting servers delete sites that are not accessed regularly - but this is a rare event. Nevertheless, you should visit your site at least once a week until you have
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received your mark. If your site is not available, restore it as quickly as possible using the same server site name and notify your lecturer that your site was down and that it has been restored. Your original URL from the submitted zip file will be used to access the restored site i.e. we will not accept a different URL. c. You are not allowed to use any PHP frameworks or software that generates (complete) code on your behalf. You must code the entire application by yourself. d. You are expected to submit your own work. If we suspect plagiarism, we will award 0 marks for copied work. e. Web hosting sites can have down times and if so, please try later. For this reason, please do not wait for the due date of the assignment to upload files on the web server. Try to do it in advance. f. Marks for assignment 2 are awarded solely based on the website (navigation, output, code in iframes, etc) you have created. Note that the code that you have submitted on my Unisa is used only for checking plagiarism and record keeping. 6. SUPPORT PROVIDED a. Tasks in this Assignment can be easily done with the prescribed chapters of the textbook.
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