Okay..well...I am finished (I think) with my website. I am at www.dontbuythelye.webnode.com. I am for the most part finished, I guess, but I still haven't published it yet because there are some kinks that I have to work out. For instance, on my Resources page, I have homemade hair recipes listed but I haven't figured a way to align the table on the page (the right side of the page is cut off). It's weird. I have to admit that I am afraid of white space - it doesn't seem that I have enough information. Hopefully it will be okay but at this point I'm really not happy with it.
For the most part, it was easier to do the project in webnode. With that being said though, it still took time to navigate through to try and learn how to do things in webnode mode. For me, everything pretty much stayed the same from the storyboard to the final project. I basically kept it simple, trying to make sure that I meet all of the requirments for the assignment. I have to admit - this was not easy for me - I'm keeping it basic. I was suprised thought that webnode was not easier to deal with - I saw the click and drag option but wasn't able to do it.
Differences between the two sites: 1) Links - all you had to do is put type the link in and webnode automatically knew what you were talking about - Frontpage required you to highlight and insert link 2) Easier to deal with templates in Webnode - templates were way nicer in webnode 3) Tables - ironically, tables were easier to deal with in front page - in webnode my tables are a little off and not centered and I wasn't able to put captions underneath my pics - under preview mode everything was all jumbled up - couldn't figure out how to make it right 4) Menu option - Webnode has suggestions on what you can do as opposed to Frontpage - no help suggestions provided 5) Font - couldn't figure out how to change the size? 6) HTML Codes easier to work with in Webnode - when I inserted the code in Webnode the video actually showed up - in front page it didn't - one one of the pages I had to insert a picture to fill the space where the video should have been. Hmmmm....
Similarities - 1) Pictures - resizing functions were pretty much the same 2) Text - insertion of text was basically one of the easiest thing to do on both programs - just cut/copy and paste on he page. Of course it's important that you have a basic layout of what you want to do (storyboard) regardless of which program you choose to use - that's really really important!
I am so glad that this class is over. I am not looking forward to showing the class my final project - it just seems to be unfinished. I learned alot but it was very taxing on my brain. Looking forward to vacation - SC here I come!!!!