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The Latin American Resource Center was a group project for a class called Advanced Internet Applications. I was involved with the site design on a general level and
This was a form I created for another project that will hopefully be listed here soon (transfering the
The site emails your personal information to you.
This is a revision of the next project listed. Instead of appending the user's analysis to the end of
another html page, I used PHP and SQL to insert the data into a MYSQL database. PHP and SQL are
then used to generate the log page of past comments.
This was my third assignment for my Advanced Internet Applications class. I designed a site
in order to host a competition for the best political analysis of the Midterm elections. This
site employs, XHTML, CSS, and PHP. The user enters in his/her analysis and then the analysis
is automatically appended to another html page, to which there is a link. PHP also sends an email
to the site's administrator (me) with the information entered. This was my own work. The map image
was taken from a site called www.electoral-vote.com
permission from the site's creator.
I kept this blog for a Human Resources Management class I took in Spring 2007. The basic style was
adapted from an earlier project (Designing Websites for Elderly People). This is pure XHTML and CSS.
This was a project for my Human Resources Management class. I chose to do a little bit of research
into the topic of discrimination in the work place based on sexual orientation. This is XHTML and
My Internet Applications class had both a final project and a final exam. Each of us was asked to
take a topic within the field of Web Design, do some research, and present our findings in a
hand-coded site using XHTML and CSS. I researched the topic of Web Design for the elderly,
and this project became the chief motivating factor for my Master's Thesis.
I created a pathfinder on Yiddish Culture as my final project for my Library Reference class in
Spring 2006. This was an individual project and employs XHTML and CSS.