Accessibility should be considered as part of every web site to increase availability to the broadest possible audience. A few basic principles of designing a web site can transform into an inviting space for different user needs, devices, and situations. The World Wide Web is a valuable resource and it has opened up a lot of new possibilities. The website our group focused on is Tennessee State University. This site is one that I’ve been familiar with over the years. Although the site has gotten better over the years, it could use a few improvements. Tennessee State’s web site can be found under www.tnstate.edu. The access of information and entertainment is found on the site’s page through traditional forms of media. The heading is given with the typical TSU logo of the bell tower. Access to certain things on the site can be kind of confusing. The site gives random pictures with the highlights of what’s going on with campus life and the students and faculty on the campus. For instance, if you’re looking for employment at TSU, you have to go through several steps before locating what you’re looking for. This happens with almost anything that you look for on this particular site. There is also nothing that would help anyone with a handicap impairment to navigate through the page. The World Wide Web is especially significant for those with disabilities and can be manipulated to meet different requirements. As you can see, many of the above methods are very easy to implement and only require a basic knowledge of HTML. Making this website more accessible needs not be time consuming. It would require a little modification or be detrimental to the appeal of a website. Links and text are part of what makes a Web site truly accessible. They could make the heading look different visually by enlarging or bolding text. The alt text also needs to be meaningful and descriptive. The school's site changes the navigation path from one page to another, it needs to be challenged on both, accessibility and usability. Increasingly, school sites are adding video to their…
to library, reading archives of newspapers and magazines.There are lot of different types of informational services and sources in internet. In addition to the traditional sources like sites of newspapers, magazines and other official organizations, there are many untraditional sources like video, personal Web pages blogs and act. It seems like information paradise.
However if we look a little deeper, we often see a false, distorted, repetition, misunderstandings information. “As things stand…
to see why we are focusing on online source evaluation in this unit and how this assignment relates to critical thinking; pay special attention to the two comments in highlighted in red:
“The World Wide Web can be a great place to accomplish research on many topics. But putting documents or pages on the web is easy, cheap or free, unregulated, and unmonitored (at least in the USA). There is a famous Steiner cartoon published in the New Yorker (July 5, 1993) with two dogs sitting before a terminal…
was practically anonymous to most of the people. And today internet has become the most ever powerful tool for man throughout the world. The internet is a collection of various services and resources. Although, many people still think e-mail and World Wide Web as the principle constituents of internet, there is lot more in store than e-mail, chat rooms, celebrity web sites and search engines. Internet has great potential and lot to offer… however, like every single innovation in science and technology…
over the world which can share information as long as they are connected to the Internet. The connection is made through a router, wireless or fibre cable. Since 1989 when Tim Berners-Lee developed the World Wide Web, (which is NOT a synonym of Internet) people started to use the Internet in everyday life but I will talk about this later on. We can use the Internet without the World Wide Web but we can’t use the World Wide Web without the Internet. The World Wide Web, often called the “Web, is a way…
E-learning refers to learning
supported by the Web. It can also take place in a class setting where the student accesses the web
during class. E-learning is a virtual class room where student do not meet face to face but
everything is done on the World Wide Web (Rainer, Cegielski, 2011).Also E-learning is part of
Distance learning. Distance learning refers to where students and faculty never meet in person but
in a virtual setting. The Web provides access to knowledge to anyone when he…
You have to think about this when making a website, you have to think about other people’s download speed and if they will be able to load up the webpage quick enough and for everything to work.
Browser – This is software that’s used for WWW (world wide web) the user can search anything needed to over the browser, downloading things normally happen over the browser, this can then be more secure for companies to make it safe. There are a few different types of browser such as Firefox, Google chrome…
Brin believed that a search ranking based on the relationships between Web sites would give
users better and more useful results.
* The site’s popularity allowed Google to charge increasingly higher rates for advertising space on its Web pages
* Google realized there is another search engine another search engine, Goto.com (now owned by Yahoo! and operated as Yahoo! Search Marketing),was selling ad space on Web sites by allowing advertisers to bid on the price of keywords and then charging…
curated webpage on the Internet (Facebook) to describe your ideal projected self in images and branding.
Far from Stieglitz notion of straight photography, today’s images are mostly always digitally altered. Because of Photoshop unreal and bizarre worlds can challenge the traditional belief of the photograph as truth.
The computer allows the individual to create a personal archive of images and text. The computer is a tool of showing how and what people are thinking and records a history of event…
A. To regulate the user’s access to
B. To make it easy for the user to find
C. To track the number of times the
user buys a product
D. To guarantee that the web site is
Explanation question 42.
To track the number of times the user buys a product.
Many businesses that have web sites place a cookie, which
is a type of information, on a user’s hard drive when the
user visits that site. Then, the next time a user visits that
site, the site’s…
one year. The courts held that the covenant was unenforceable because of the given nature of the internet and it interfered with the defendant’s, Schlack’s, employment for a lengthy amount of time. If I were to draft a covenant not to compete for a web based company, I would make the time restriction as short as possible to be reasonable for the former employee or the seller of a company.
In a covenant not to compete, the buyer of a business will usually require the seller to refrain from any similar…