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DOM example: address book requirements
Here are the requirements for the address book project:
- Present the data in at least three different formats:
- A Web page, with sensitive or private data suppressed.
- A normal-sized print version, on 8.5x11" paper.
This is a personal copy that shows sensitive and private
- A shirt-pocket version that fits a 3x5" page size.
This also shows the private data, and some types of
data may be elided to save space.
- The basic entry refers to one or more people and/or
one or more organizations that share access. The
entry will appear in alphabetical order under each of the personal
and organizational names. If space is not limited (e.g., on
the Web version), the full entry appears at each location.
Where space is limited, the full entry appears under the primary
name and is cross-referenced elsewhere.
- An entry can include one or more cross-reference terms.
A cross-reference to that entry will appear in sequence
according to its text.
- The data will distinguish between mailing addresses and
street addresses, and between different kinds of each.
- Phone numbers can include a note about what kind of phone
number it is (home, work, cell, fax, etc.).
- Entries may include e-mail addresses.
- Entries may include driving or walking directions.
- There will be a place for general notes.
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