IT 270 HTML Form Module 6 Assignment

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IT 270 HTML Form Module 6 Assignment


In this assignment you need to create an HTML page that meets the following requirements. The theme and content of the page can be of your choice. (Refer to Tutorial 13)


1. Create an HTML form.
2. Create and Initialize three arrays.
3. Use for-loops to populate those arrays.
4. Add an element to the end of one array.
5. Remove an element from the end of another array.
6. Add a new element to the beginning of one array.
7. Add at least one additional array method of your choice.
8. Convert an array to a string.
9. Use the converted string, assign to a string variable, and use it to populate a form field.
10. Create different functions to handle the operations of steps 4, 5, 6, and 7. (You can create additional array methods.)
11. Create four or more buttons on the form with different event handlers to start the above functions upon clicking them.
12. Create an additional button with an event handler to complete the operation in step 10.
For additional details, refer to the IT 270 Assignments Rubric document in the Assignment Guidelines and Rubrics section of the course.



Critical Elements Exemplary Proficient Needs Improvement Not Evident Value
Design
The design is clean and professional looking and has a high level of creativity.
(27-30) Most of the design is clean and professional looking and has a moderate level of creativity.
(24-26) The design is adequate but shows little creativity.
(21-23) The design is poor and shows no creativity.
(0-20) 30
Integration and Application All relevant course and module concepts are correctly applied where required.
(54-60) Most of the relevant course and module concepts are correctly applied where required.
(48-53) Some of the relevant course and module concepts are correctly applied where required.
(44-47) Does not correctly apply any of the course or module concepts where required.
(0-43) 60
Writing Mechanics No errors related to organization, grammar and style, and citations
(9-10) Minor errors related to organization, grammar and style, and citations
(8) Some errors related to organization, grammar and style, and citations
(7) Major errors related to organization, grammar and style, and citations


(0-6) 10
Earned Total
Comments: 100%

Regular Price: $20.00

Special Price: $15.00

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IT 270 HTML Form Module 6 Assignment

In this assignment you need to create an HTML page that meets the following requirements. The theme and content of the page can be of your choice. (Refer to Tutorial 13)

1. Create an HTML form.
2. Create and Initialize three arrays.
3. Use for-loops to populate those arrays.
4. Add an element to the end of one array.
5. Remove an element from the end of another array.
6. Add a new element to the beginning of one array.
7. Add at least one additional array method of your choice.
8. Convert an array to a string.
9. Use the converted string, assign to a string variable, and use it to populate a form field.
10. Create different functions to handle the operations of steps 4, 5, 6, and 7. (You can create additional array methods.)
11. Create four or more buttons on the form with different event handlers to start the above functions upon clicking them.
12. Create an additional button with an event handler to complete the operation in step 10.
For additional details, refer to the IT 270 Assignments Rubric document in the Assignment Guidelines and Rubrics section of the course.


Critical Elements Exemplary Proficient Needs Improvement Not Evident Value
Design
The design is clean and professional looking and has a high level of creativity.
(27-30) Most of the design is clean and professional looking and has a moderate level of creativity.
(24-26) The design is adequate but shows little creativity.
(21-23) The design is poor and shows no creativity.
(0-20) 30
Integration and Application All relevant course and module concepts are correctly applied where required.
(54-60) Most of the relevant course and module concepts are correctly applied where required.
(48-53) Some of the relevant course and module concepts are correctly applied where required.
(44-47) Does not correctly apply any of the course or module concepts where required.
(0-43) 60
Writing Mechanics No errors related to organization, grammar and style, and citations
(9-10) Minor errors related to organization, grammar and style, and citations
(8) Some errors related to organization, grammar and style, and citations
(7) Major errors related to organization, grammar and style, and citations

(0-6) 10
Earned Total
Comments: 100%

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