Demonstrate your understanding of Assembly in relation to other languages, your ability to apply existing ARM64 assembly mnemonics and techniques to a specific purpose, and to demonstrate the ability to….
design and write a small website with a topic of your own choice consisting of webpages using Hypertext Markup Language (HTML5) code.
In this stage, you will design and write a small website with a topic of your own choice consisting of
webpages using Hypertext Markup Language (HTML5) code. You are to develop a basic website, which
provides information in a clear way and links to other pages.
You are to demonstrate your understanding of the correct use of HTML tags. Use both the code and
design view, if you are using MS Expression Web editor. It will be obvious to your marker if you only
used the design view, as it shows up in the code structure. Automatically generated code looks
different from manually created HTML code. We will look for evidence that you either manually coded
the webpages or that you manually corrected the code generated by MS Expression Web or a similar
Part III of this document has a sample case study that we’ll go through during the tutorial. For this first
stage, you will need to follow the same steps of the case study but starting to use your own topic.
Your topic is free for you to choose (a hobby? Small business?). However, extra marks will be awarded
(see marking criteria) if you decide to pick any of the following:
• Indigenous Australians.
• Australia’s Wildlife.
These are very broad topics, so please talk with your lecturer/tutor to narrow them down.