Progress 4/24

What I Did Why I Did It Made my presentation I figured the best way to showcase my work on this project was via Powerpoint. My plan is to have everyone open the webpage at the beginning so they can see everything I reference as I talk about it in the presentation. I also provide…

Progress 4/22

What I Did Why I Did It Added normalize.css Since I finished the bulk of my project last week, I wanted to focus on making the page work on multiple browsers, since the students in this class probably don’t all use Google Chrome (the browser I was testing the site on as I worked on…

Progress 4/17

What I Did Why I Did it Played with normalized css So, many browsers set default styling, so I decided to play around with using a CSS file that would normalize all styles for all browsers. I implemented it but need to correct my own style.css file now to match how I want the webpage…

Revision Plan, 4/15

Revision Plan Strengths The strengths of the project were the web design aspect of it, the design/color of the chatroom, and the added interactivity at the bottom of the page. They both thought it was unique that it was set up on an actual live website, and liked the scrolling capabilities of the chatroom. They…

Progress Report, 4/10

What I Have Accomplished I have the rough draft of my website chatroom finished. Last class, Professor Gardner (luckily) alerted to me the fact that my website was unresponsive (i.e. the images began to overlap as viewport sizes changed and it stopped resembling a chatroom webpage). I used elements on my graphics to allow them…

4/8 Progress

What I Did Why I Did It Finished Chatroom and Sidebar I was almost finished with my chatroom before class, and I had about an hour to kill after my last class because we had an exam. I finished my chatroom graphic before class and then finished the “Users” sidebar before and during the first…