Reverse Engineering

I chose to reverse engineer for class.  The website is dynamic, you can roll over certain links and menus pop up for you to choose from.  The site also uses Adobe Flash player for slide shows and interactive menus.  The site also uses javascript for its events calendar.  Also, this site must have a database on the back end.  It has a search function, and many other user input capabilities, it cannot create a new webpage for each possible input, there must be a form and a database somewhere.  The site also uses CSS by Javascript, I found this in the source file.  The pull down menus, site map and search functions make the site very easy to navigate.  Also, it does not overload you with information and visuals right at the beginning.  It is not very busy and makes what you’re looking for easy to find.

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