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1 Leave a comment on paragraph 1 0 For the website, the last bit of code I had to make sure fit was the “How It Works” page. I figured out how to import TL’s YouTube videos through easy iframe embeds, but the challenge was getting it to play nice across screen resolutions. After a couple of different attempts and consulting the Bootstrap/jquery gods on StackExchange, I finally scaled it nicely for most common resolutions (sorry 2009 netbooks, you’re out of here). I added a quick note to the FAQ section that links to that page, and as for the front end, I think it’s officially done for the beta phase.

2 Leave a comment on paragraph 2 0 For the presentation, the one thing I must make sure of (and something I set a reminder for) is to have something prepopulated when I give a demonstration of the product. The four points of the product went well: upload, search, encode and compare (in that order). I think I’m going to stick to that for the presentation where I show the upload screen, do a search, view a poem, look to encode it, have a “mock” encoding ready (and show the validator fail once), and compare the results. Once that’s done, I’m home free.

3 Leave a comment on paragraph 3 0 At the moment, I’m taking care of whatever grant items TL throws my way, and I’m on standby for any last minute work that BH might have for the website.

4 Leave a comment on paragraph 4 0  

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