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Do we need to write CSS history ?

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From: ANONYMOUS
Date: Sun 19th Apr 2020, 9:41pm
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Just noticed that while the project 
specification states:

"One page should discuss the purpose and 
motivation of CSS, highlighting the benefits 
of 
separating content from style in web-
applications."

Which should means history of CSS is not 
needed.

However, the marking Rubic states that for 
CSS content, marks are given for CSS 
history.

Quote:

"Content of CSS Page:


Excellence: 
Comprehensive History ...."

May I know if we need to write CSS history 
or not ?

Thanks.

Do we need to write CSS history ?

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From: Timothy F.
Date: Mon 20th Apr 2020, 9:27am
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ANONYMOUS wrote:

> Just noticed that while the project 
> specification states:
> 
> "One page should discuss the purpose and 
> motivation of CSS, highlighting the benefits 
> of 
> separating content from style in web-
> applications."
> 
> Which should means history of CSS is not 
> needed.
> 
> However, the marking Rubic states that for 
> CSS content, marks are given for CSS 
> history.
> 
> Quote:
> 
> "Content of CSS Page:
> 
> 
> Excellence: 
> Comprehensive History ...."
> 
> May I know if we need to write CSS history 
> or not ?
> 
> Thanks.

No, it's not required. I'll update the rubric for the markers.

Do we need to write CSS history ?

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From: ANONYMOUS
Date: Mon 20th Apr 2020, 10:50am
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i spent hours on CSS history because it was part of the marking scheme. What do i do now? 
do i get rid of the entire sectrion?

Do we need to write CSS history ?

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From: ANONYMOUS
Date: Mon 20th Apr 2020, 10:59am
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ANONYMOUS wrote:

> i spent hours on CSS history because it was part of the marking scheme. What do i do now? 
> do i get rid of the entire sectrion?

I'd like to add onto this as well. Many people in the CITS community discord were discussing 
this discrepancy and most of us had decided that it would be better to include a section on CSS 
history, just to be sure. It would be reasonable to assume that others not in the discord also 
checked the marking key and added that section just to be sure, putting countless hours into 
this section. It would be amazing if those people could be awarded marks for choosing to include 
this section.

Do we need to write CSS history ?

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From: Timothy F.
Date: Mon 20th Apr 2020, 11:30am
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ANONYMOUS wrote:

> ANONYMOUS wrote:
> 
> > i spent hours on CSS history because it was part of the marking scheme. What do i do now? 
> > do i get rid of the entire sectrion?
> 
> I'd like to add onto this as well. Many people in the CITS community discord were discussing 
> this discrepancy and most of us had decided that it would be better to include a section on CSS 
> history, just to be sure. It would be reasonable to assume that others not in the discord also 
> checked the marking key and added that section just to be sure, putting countless hours into 
> this section. It would be amazing if those people could be awarded marks for choosing to include 
> this section.

Sorry about the confusion. The content will still be assessed and you will be awarded marks. However 
people won't be penalised if they only discussed "purpose and motivation" of CSS (which is not to 
different to history, really).

Also "countless hours"? 

Do we need to write CSS history ?

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From: Timothy F.
Date: Mon 20th Apr 2020, 11:37am
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ANONYMOUS wrote:

> i spent hours on CSS history because it was part of the marking scheme. What do i do now? 
> do i get rid of the entire sectrion?
No. It will still be read and will contribute to your mark.
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