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Diploma in E-Commerce Web Development - First Assessment

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Your Assessment (you need to score 80% or more to pass)

The Course Assessment will now enable you to review your learning so you can determine your knowledge and the understanding of the following modules: Introduction to E-Commerce Web Development Using MySQL and PHP Dynamic Programming Enhancing Website Functionality Remember, if you do not achieve the required standard after the first attempt, you can re-take the assessment until a successful outcome is achieved.

Diploma in E-Commerce Web Development - First Assessment

Learning Outcomes

You will be assessed on the following Learning Outcomes: MODULE ONE Explain how to create an e-commerce site from scratch, using PHP and the Bootstrap framework. Outline the construction of a back-end database, using PHP myadmin. Understand how to configure e-commerce website functionality and display products online. Produce simple CSS, PHP and SQL from scratch, using a programming editor. MODULE TWO Display featured products correctly on a web page, using the bootstrap system. Create individual modal pop-up windows, to display product details. Apply CSS styling, to elements on a page. Practice what is shown in the videos, to consolidate your learning. Create a form action, for the 'Add to Cart' feature. Customize the navigation bar and create drop-down menus. Create an SQL database, using phpMyAdmin and link it to the website. MODULE THREE Understand how product detail modals are programmed to be dynamic. Appreciate why .php code is separated into different files. Comprehend why code removed from the index.php file, needs to be properly referenced. Understand how variables are used to work with the back-end database. Explain how product details updated in phpMyAdmin, are displayed on the website. Describe how the Atom editor highlights errors and uses color-coding. Interpret error warnings and explain what to do. Outline why static code in the index .php file is deleted. Summarize the purpose of dynamic code. Recognize the benefits of being familiar with PHP, jQuery and Ajax. MODULE FOUR Explain how the init.php file, is used to connect the website to the database. Explain how the 'Add to Cart' button can be added to the modal, by updating the detailsmodal.php file. Outline how the My Cart button can be added to the website navigation bar. State which file is used to modify the colors in the header and footer. Summarize how the helpers.php file, is used for error displays and as a sanitize function. Identify the .php file that is used to initialize a start session.

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