I have a simple helpdesk ticketing webpage I need some help with inserting, retrieving, and modifying data in a database.
edit techhome.html to query database and retrieve only tickets assigned the tech that is logged in.
edit userhome.html to query database and retrieve only the tickets created by the user currently logged in.
edit createticket.html to insert a ticket in the database.
add a change password page that modifies the password for the current person logged in.
This is a begginers class shouldn’t be to hard you just follow along some pages and put in the code shown in the pictures. It shows you exactly what to type in. If interested I have following assignments after it that use the same code this is just the first one. Expect around 2 hours of work at the most.
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ITE154 Exam #2
this is the link and below it is the template
ITE154 Exam #2
You’re making a site with (what appears to be) multiple pages. There should be common elements
(notions of theming, banners, etc.) across the site. There will be several primary pages: a Home
page, displaying basic information about yourself (background, research/academic interests); a
Courses page, which displays a list of courses you are currently taking (or a longer list of all
courses you have taken); an About me, which provides a deeper summary of you and your interests (they may even be hobbies!), a CV page, which displays the latest version of your CV (this may be just a pretty and high resolution image of a CV you already have, or you can format it as textual display on the webpage itself).
Now, as additional pages (these one naturally may not always be expected from a personal webpage, so feel free to remove these later when completing your own professional pages), you will have a Past Projects page, in which you may include links to past projects you have completed, but must, crucially, include links to your past four assignments in our class.
Relating to this page, you will have a sign-up and log-in button (can be alongside the menu that
takes you to the mentioned sections of your website), which allows users on your website to signup/log-in in order to access the content in your Past Projects page. In addition, if the user is not currently logged in, your Past Projects page will always succeed a login form (otherwise they will be directed to it automatically), where the user must enter a valid (i.e., registered) username and password to access the page. If they fail, they are prompted with some error and may retry. I’m
asking you to use asynchronous communication for this.
Security: We don’t want the user to need to log-in every time they want to visit your Past Projects.
As shown in lecture 19, this can be accomplished by passing the username and password to this
page, after having logged in once, with the magic of PHP and hidden forms. However, this isn’t very secure as this information will be transferred through packets upon every request; I am therefore wanting you to store the username and password locally on the client side using session storage (and not web storage) in order for it to neither be transferred nor be permanent.
You should not use this template of mine as a copying mechanism, and I’m asking the TAs to pay
attention to that, but you can use my personal webpage here as an aesthetic example of what a
themed personal webpage could look like: http://cosc.brocku.ca/~aemami/. Obviously, it doesn’t
abide by a lot of the requirements for this assignment.
Your webpage should also be responsive – again, responsive design means that your webpage must work on different display sizes. Your web page must work, as a minimum, on cellphone, tablet and desktop display sizes. The TA will test this by reducing the browser window size on their PC. The TA will not actually test on a cellphone or a tablet.
BONUS (see rubric): Now, what if I asked you to do this all in a single .html file (a single page)?
You may also see this as having 1 .html file and 1 .php file, or a single .php file. Also, what if you
stored a ticket (randomly generated string) for each username/password pair in session storage?
Create a full-stack web application that connects people to community organizations and events that are of interest to them. People can browse by category of interest (Environmental Issues,, women’s rights, economy, etc) using Node, mongoDB, Passport, & EJS.
In this step, the scores of the matches should be a random scores (between 1 – 5) when the website is loaded. But if have selected a special game that the scores could be different from this range, you can consider your own range, and select the random scores for all of the matches.
The numbers in the other sections like Top scores, Groups, Tournament stats which are related to the matches, should be updated accordingly.
Please see the following simple example showing how to use random functions to generate random scores and assign them to an object. (https://codepen.io/farzam101/pen/jOmqgra – in this example, if you click on “Display Score” you can see, the scores will be random every time the page is loaded.
Hi Vivacoder. Would you be able to implement an online ticket purchasing function feature and a ticket reservation feature on the ticket page? The online ticket purchase feature can just allow us to put in fake credit card information and the ticket reservation feature will allow users to reserve tickets for a certain period of time. Can you also link the LEARN MORE buttons on the index page to the ticket page? Thank you!
Assignment PHP Three: Blog Management System
## Overview and Guidelines
In this assignment, you will be creating a Blog Management System. The Blog Management system will allow users to post articles about different topics to the site. Users will be able to view the articles and post comments on the articles. For this assignment, your application will be structured using the Model View Controller Pattern that we have covered in class. The system will support users in three different roles:
**Unauthenticated Users** Users that browse to the home page should be able to navigate all of the topics and read all of the posted articles. They are not able to perform any other functions on the site including post comments about articles, author articles, or access any administrative tasks.
**Authors** Authors are authenticated users. They have the ability to create and manage their topics, articles, comments. Authors should also have a more personalized view of the system that aligns with their tasks and their preferences.
**Admins** Admins are authenticated users. They have the ability to manage all aspects of the system, including users, topics, articles, comments, and any other settings on the system. Their management access is not restricted to just their articles and comments. They should have an Administrative Dashboard to manage these aspects.
The following are requirements for this project:
1. Use *Bootstrap CSS Framework*. Your system should be responsive and view properly on desktops, tables, and phones.
2. Use the MVC Pattern. folder structure, and naming conventions that have been demonstrated and discussed in class.
3. Use the base data model for the starting point for your application. You may add additional columns and tables as required, but the basic structure of the database (4 tables, Users, Topics, Articles, and Comments) must be retained.
4. Provide a distinct experience for each user role targeted to their tasks and possibly preferences.
5. A presentation and demonstration of your system highlighting it’s operations and features will be required during finals (groups/individuals can request to present detemining if they want to try for the extra points otherwise, time permitting, I will randomally choose).
6. Use your creativity to provide additional features or experiences that are unique for your system.
Tourism is now on the rise as the nation has open up its boards due to the increase in COVID vacations. You are required to create a website that allows tourist to visually see the different types of combo day trips in Jamaica.
The combo trips are;
1) Blue Hole, Secret Falls and Dunn’s River Falls. (at least 2 activates from each resort)
2) Swimming with the Dolphins at Dolphin Cove (Negril)
3) Green Grotto Caves Tour (Montego Bay)
N.B. You should have a minimum of 10 hyper link images in your gallery.
Create a gallery page which provides a brief description whenever you hover over each image. The images should depict the type of actives that each resort offer. The image should provide a hyper link to a page or section of a page which provides details about the resort. (Details should include: Cost for the combo trips, Booking Details, the start and closing time of the trip and all the actives for that combo trip).
The webpage must have at least four webpages;
Register for Combo trips
o The registration form should collect the following from the user;
First and last name(input field)
Age (range input type)
Gender (radio input type)
Email address ( input field)
Combo Trip selection (drop-down menu input type)
Trip Departure Time-allow the user to select the time (radio box)
The submit button when clicked should pop up email program.
All web pages must be styled using an external style sheet.
The navigation bar must be a floating navigation.
Each web page must have a copyright logo.