Sandy's Pet Shop has just hired you as a Web Applications Developer to create a website for them. Their primary purpose of the website is to provide information to the local community on their services, hours of operation and location. Sandy also wants her customers to be able to contact her through the website using a simple form, as well as the ability to sign up for grooming services.
The graphics, logos and database have already been created for you. If you prefer, you may create your own graphics and logos, but you MUST use the database we provide.
You will be using all of the skills and technologies that you learned in your self-paced courses to build this site from the ground up.
As Sandy's Pet Shop is not a real company, you can have it be located in your town or city and you have creative license to make the site in the style of your choosing (fun, serious, etc.). Maybe you and all your friends work at the pet shop. Maybe you want to include pictures of your pet. The important part is to show off your skills as a web applications developer, but also to have fun doing it!
We recommend you read through this entire project description before beginning the project.
$db = new mysqli('localhost','root','pwdpwd','pet_shop');
footerelements. Be sure to use PHP includes to include your header and footer throughout your pages.
The main pages should include some content, such as:
<!doctype html>. There should only be one DOCTYPE declaration per page.
srcattributes for all your internal links, stylesheets, and images use relative paths?
<p>tags to create vertical space.
<b>) and attributes (e.g.,
Your grade will be calculated based on the following categories, with the amount that each category contributes to your overall grade:
This project is meant for you to use your own skills and knowledge. This means that we expect the work to be your own work. We also expect that you will want to look some stuff up. Please feel free to use your course manual and the course content to help you along. You may also use the Internet as a source of help, especially for looking up documentation and errors.
Note that the instructor is not a resource during this project. The purpose of the project is to evaluate how well you can do without access to the instructor.
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