Compare and contrast the process of adding JavaScript and a Cascading Style Sheet to a

Compare and contrast the process of adding JavaScript and a Cascading Style Sheet to a

Compare and contrast the process of adding JavaScript and a Cascading Style Sheet to a Website. Determine if they can be used simultaneously in a page. If so, explain which of the two takes precedence over the other.

Imagine that you designed a Website for a client using JavaScript to make animated snowflakes fall on the page. When you test the page, the animations do not work. Predict what the problem could be and propose a solution.

Analyze some of the limitations a Web designer should be aware of before adding JavaScript to a Website. Determine if these limitations outweigh the benefits of using JavaScript. Explain your decision.

From the second e-Activity, identify a company (bank, car wash, travel agency, nonprofit, restaurant, etc.). Keeping that company in mind, select what tasks you would handle client-side and which you would handle server-side.

 Compare and contrast the process of adding JavaScript and a Cascading Style Sheet to a Website. Determine if they can be used simultaneously in a page. If so, explain which of the two takes precedence over the other.

Imagine that you designed a Website for a client using JavaScript to make animated snowflakes fall on the page. When you test the page, the animations do not work. Predict what the problem could be and propose a solution.

Analyze some of the limitations a Web designer should be aware of before adding JavaScript to a Website. Determine if these limitations outweigh the benefits of using JavaScript. Explain your decision.

From the second e-Activity, identify a company (bank, car wash, travel agency, nonprofit, restaurant, etc.). Keeping that company in mind, select what tasks you would handle client-side and which you would handle server-side.

 
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