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You are to create a web site for the Royal Borough of Greenwich as part of their initiative to improve the urban environment by enabling neighbours to commuter carpool and reduce the amount of cars on the roads, thereby reducing traffic congestion and air

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You are to create a web site for the Royal Borough of Greenwich as part of their initiative to improve the urban environment by enabling neighbours to commuter carpool and reduce the amount of cars on the roads, thereby reducing traffic congestion and air pollution. Visitors to the site will be able to register with the site as members and provide information about their daily commute; starting point, destination, times and whether they are looking to obtain or provide a lift, or both. Casual visitors to the site will be able to search through the posts to see if anyone faces a similar commute to theirs. Full details of other commuters and their journeys will only be available after registering.

To implement the site you must use XHTML, CSS and JavaScript for the client-side coding. An XHTML 1.1 doctype is recommended. HTML5 extensions are welcome but should be identified and justified in the documentation. PHP must be used for the server side coding. The site must run from the Apache web server [url removed, login to view] and the MySQL database server [url removed, login to view] provided by the university.

In completing this coursework it is recommended that you strictly adhere to the specification and keep it simple. You are required to produce web sites that pass W3C XHTML 1.1 validation using [url removed, login to view] (noting exceptions arising from the use of HTML5 elements). You are also required to produce web sites that comply with W3C web content accessibility guidelines at least to WCAG 1.0 priority 1 and WCAG 2.0 success criteria level A. Passing such validation is easier with simple pages. When designing your web pages you must give serious consideration to usability and how CSS and JavaScript can be used to enhance usability. Your sites are required to display and operate correctly on all popular web browsers, i.e. Mozilla Firefox, Chrome, MS IE, and so on, and on all platforms; desktop, laptop, tablet and cellphone. Client side (JavaScript) and server side (PHP) scripts must be used to validate input data from all forms. Client side validation may be supplemented with HTML5 elements. Your site must operate correctly with and without JavaScript and CSS. Please take time to read carefully the grading and assessment criteria that follow.

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