I need four webpages created that will link to eachother. The main thing I want done in this project is the design of the webpages. I have drawn free hand what I would like the webpages to look like and will attach them to this project. I am strictly looking for the project to be done using ASP.NET from MS Visual Studio.
Please create four webpages that look like the ones I have attached. They are free hand drawn sketches of the webpages. The coder can have limited free reign over the design of the webpages but I will be strict enough in asking thet look quite similar to my drawings.
The first webpage is the home pages. As of yet I have no name for the website so I just want the word 'Branding' inserted at the moment with some kind of default logo placed next to it. If you look at my drawings for the hompage you can see its split into two sections. The top section has the branding part of the website and also contains the websites navigation buttons. They are 'Home', 'Q&A', 'About', 'FAQ', and 'Teachers'. In the bottom section, you can see the main contents of the webpage. This section is also split up into its own section. At the top you see an area that shows who is logged in, if anyone at all. For the homepage it should say 'Welcome, vistor'. There should be two options after it then to allow the user to log in or register. These should not be buttons but just links.
The other four areas should be created to the size like in the drawings but can be left blank but will be expecting to write my own content into them.
If you can create the diagram I have in the 'How it works' area, that would be great but its not a requirement. It is similar to the diagram on the website - [[url removed, login to view]] . The? sections should have rounded borders like the websites that I have stated I like the modelling of. The areas in the bottom section should also have a rounded border.
The next webpage I want created is a login webpage. The homepage should navigate to this webpage when the 'login' link is clicked. This won't be linked to any database yet but when the login button is clicked it should log the person in regardless of what was entered in the username and password fields. When the user logs in they should revert back to the hompage. The username that was entered should used in the area that shows who should be logged in. i.e. Welcome, john00. There will also be new link words present - 'Ask Question', 'My Q&A's',? 'Balance', 'Settings', 'Log Out'. The current date should appear at the right hand side of this area too.? The next webpage drawing will show you how I want this to look. This area will be present on all webpages once a user is logged in. The 'Ask Question' link should navigate to the next webpage.
The next webpage I want created will be the 'Ask Question' webpage. There is also a drawing attached of how I will like this to look. You can now see how I will like the area that shows who is logged should look when some one is logged in. Users will be able to enter text so I want a text box. There is also two combo boxes - 'Select Course' and 'Select Subject'. No options will be added to this at the time. Below them there should be a 'Commission' label with a check box and a 'Amount' label with? a text box.
Under all that should be a 'Get Answer' button. This button does not have to do any thing at this point.
The next webpage I want created is a blank webpage that has the same layout. See the blank webpage drawing.
Also I would like an extra section added to all webpages. This section will be added to the very bottom of all webpages. I have forgotten to draw this into all my webpages drawnings. It is a basic bottom section you would see in all websites. It contains all the webpage links and also copyright info. A have a seperate drawings attached to show what I mean and is a basis how I would like it to look.
The buttons in the top section of the webpages should work. The 'Home' should go to the home webpage and the other buttons should go to the blank webpage.
The ASP.NET code used for this webpage should not be over complicated so that I can understand the majority of it and be able to make changes to it on my own if I decide to.
Coders have limited freedom to changes aspects of the design of the webpages but input on it? is welcome. Coders can also choose the colouring of the website but I want the modelling sites to be used as references as I would like the wepages to be coloured. The blue background is a preference.
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to ask.