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Sarah Sebrosky

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Student Projects - Sarah Sebrosky

In building a website, professionals generally have two options: utilizing a What You See Is What You Get (WYSIWYG) design application or code-based programming. Sarah’s project explored the similarities and differences in website programming through both avenues. For WYSIWYG experimentation, she managed the Partners in Progress (PIP) website built on the Go Daddy Web Builder platform. Sarah created a manual in order to document the functionality of the Web Builder platform and allow others to maintain the PIP site in the future. She then built a code-based site using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, replicating the style and structure of the PIP site. The code-based site also used PHP to reproduce a user-specific front-end to demonstrate how a web-based WYSIWYG editor allows users to manipulate their own content. Users may edit their e-mail, a paragraph of text, as well as upload and display pictures.