||In this lab you will begin to create the various pages
of an online e-commerce application. All of the pages you create in Labs 8
through 14 will relate to this application. Create a new directory
in your class subweb called "Shop". ALL pages you create
for ALL future labs should be in this directory. For grading
purposes, make sure your pages are named exactly as instructed in this and
This lab is worth 15 points and due on October 31st
[revised date]. When you have
completed the lab, send an email to Chris
Allen indicating you are done and providing the external URL to your
A. Product Detail Page (solution)
- Create the product detail page (product.asp) that will take as one of its arguments the
PRODUCTID from the Product table. The page must be capable of
receiving argument may come from either a
form field or on the query string. The parameter should be called
PRODUCTID as in this URL example:
Obviously, our example is very plain and not customer friendly. your
pages should be better.
- Next week we will build a product search page that will call this
B. The "Home Page" for your "Company"
- Create a home page to look like a
- You should study several sites (e.g. Amazon, Sears, and others) to
see what common navigational elements there are and the various ways
customers are presented with or can search for products in preparation
for next weeks lab.
- All your pages for labs 8-14 will be
"anchored" off this home page.
- For those of you who are uninspired, you may check out the simple
sample at: http://www.valtara.com/csc123/shop/
- Your site should look distinctive and should follow the best
practices discussed earlier in class..
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