Using JavaScript to create a simple, five-image photo galleries provide an interactive way to view EACH image content on a HTML web page

CHECK ATTACHED INSTRUCTION PHOTO GALLERY   DOCPROJECT 1: PHOTO       GALLERYProject       DescriptionYou have been hired as a       web designer for a fictitious company called Creative Genius       Web Design. Your first day on the job, your supervisor asks you to create       a simple, five-image photo gallery web page. Photo galleries provide an       interactive way to view image content on websites.Screenshot image of what your web page photo gallery         should look like when completed. This is a screenshot – The         images are not clickable.Project ComponentsA complete photo gallery must       feature the following components on the HTML web page:1. A Title (e.g. Animals in Character in the screenshot above)2. Five thumbnail images (refer to “Sourcing Free, High-Resolution       Images on the Internet” below)3. Large image area to display a larger version of the selected       thumbnail image4. Descriptive captions that are relevant to the image being       displayed (50 words or less)Project       FunctionalityA complete photo gallery must       provide the following functionality:1. A JavaScript mouse event will:(a) Display the matching caption when the thumbnail image is hovered       over.2. JavaScript functions (2 or 3) will:(a) Add a border to a thumbnail image when it is clicked,       remove the border when another thumbnail image is clicked (hint: use       a for loop that targets CSS classes)*(b) Display the selected thumbnail in the large image area (hint: use an       if/else statement)*(c) Add or alter any element in the DOMNOTE 1:* (a)       and (b) above may be combined into one function.Project RequirementsThe zipped file       attached to this assignment provides the folder structure that is       required for this project. Instructions for how to unzip the file on a PC       or a Mac can be found at visit http://www.wikihow.com/Extract-Files. Individual files have also been provided.       All files must be externally linked in their respective image, style, and       script folders. Points will be deducted if embedded or inline styles are       used where not instructed.Image dimensions must be 800 pixels (width)            x 400 pixels (height) and stored externally in a separate image            folderOnly use the index.html template to create your            photo galleryUse the style.css file to store styles in a            separate CSS folderUse the image-gallery.js file to store            function(s) externally in a separate JavaScript folderUse // to document your code by providing            comments that explain the purpose of all lines of code you writeSubmission       RequirementsPlease submit the following to       your Assignments Folder:1. Host your working photo       gallery online using the Nova Server2. Submit the HTML files you used to create the webpage to your project       Assignments Folder3. Write a Project Reflection       (see description below)Project       ReflectionAnswer the       following questions when you submit your assignments files.a. What is the theme of your       design?b. Where did you find your photos (include URL if image was downloaded       from the Internet)?c. What modifications did       you make to the images (describe what you did to complete the       assignment)?d. What issues or challenges did       you face completing this project?Please submit your Project       Reflection as a Microsoft Word document or just copy and paste your       answers in your Assignments Folder’s text box when you submit your assignment       along with the rest of the required project files.HTML ValidationYour pages should validate without errors using the W3C HTML Markup       Validation Service at http://validator.w3.org.How to do this:Publish your pages to            NovaGo to the W3C validator            and paste in the URL to your index.html pageSelect the check buttonIf there are errors, correct       them. Ignore errors on the image tag where       “.” and “%” are indicated.Helpful       ResourcesThis assignment will require you to interact with the DOM. The links       below highlight specific concepts and topics that you will need       to learn in order to complete this assignment successfully.1. Types of Mouse Eventshttps://www.w3schools.com/jsref/dom_obj_event.asp2. Targeting IDshttps://www.w3schools.com/jsref/met_document_getelementbyid.asp3. Creating Loopshttps://www.w3schools.com/js/js_loop_for.asp4. Targeting and Altering HTMLhttps://www.w3schools.com/jsref/prop_html_innerhtml.asp5. Getting and Passing       Attributeshttps://www.w3schools.com/jsref/met_element_getattribute.aspSourcing Free,       High-Resolution Images on the InternetThis assignment will require       you to find or create and resize five images to use in the photo gallery.       You do not have to spend any money to acquire images, but you will need       some knowledge of photo editing software to resize the images that you       use to the appropriate 800×400 pixel size.Here are some sites that offer       free, high-resolution photos. Please remember to provide links to the       location of the images you use in your Project Reflection.Adobe Stock (http://stock.adobe.com)Flickr: Creative Commons            (https://www.flickr.com/creativecommons/)CAMIO (http://camio.oclc.org)OCLC’s Catalog of Art            Museum Images Online (http://camio.oclc.org).Pexels (https://www.pexels.com)Pixabay (https://pixabay.com/)NOTE: Be careful. Make sure       you don’t download any install programs to view images. If the site asks       you to install software onto your computer, try another site, or simply       perform a browser search for “free stock photos”. If a site       requires creating a free account, this is generally not a problem.Use Your Own PhotosIf you are particularly talented in the area of photography, feel free to       use your own images and photos. Indicate the source of your photography       in your Project Reflection.Due Date: November 7Late Penalty: 10% (2       points out of 20 total for the assignment) reduction each day (24-hour       period, starting at the midnight due date deadline) the assignment is       late. For example, if you are three days late, your grade will be deducted       6 points, leaving you with a 6/20, which is a grade of 70 (C). After       5 days, late assignments will not be accepted or graded. Your       Assignments folder will be closed at this point as well and you will not       be able to to physically submit the assignment.

 
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