Week 5 Discussion 1
“Troubleshooting Tables” Please respond to the following:
- Imagine that an associate of yours just designed a table with captions outside the tableâ€™s borders. The font on the Website is black, and the text inside the table is red. He is frustrated because the captions he placed outside of the table are not black, but rather red. Predict how this happened and provide three recommendations to help resolve your colleagueâ€™s dilemma.
- There are many creative uses for tables. Imagine that you have been hired to create a Website for a fashion designer who wants a unique page that stands out. Describe how you could use tables to meet this goal.
Week 5 Discussion 2
“Table Designing for New Technologies” Please respond to the following:
- As technology evolves, Web designers can no longer just assume that all individuals accessing their site are using computers. Suppose that you have been hired to create a Website for a retailer who insists that tables must be used. Explain how you could build the site so that the table would be compatible with nontraditional devices.
- From the e-Activity, discuss whether or not W3C standards exist for developing content for smart phones, iPads, and other wireless technologies. Analyze the important role that standards play in terms of specifications, guidelines, software, and tools.