CSCI-33a project at Harvard. A mock website for a fictional burger joint on the riverside.
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README.md

Project 0

Web Programming with Python and JavaScript

Premise

I created a mock website for a fictional burger joint on the riverside. I took inspiration from a visit to Mr. Bartley's Burger Cottage. Although the restaurant wasn't located on the river, it was absolutely filled to the brim with personality. I wanted to capture a bit of that in this site.

Home Page

The home page contains reasons to dine at the restaurant, pictures of the features that the restaurant possses, and the restaurant's hours of operation.

About Page

The about page contains information pertaining to the founding, expansion, and current management of the restaurant.

Menu Page

The menu page contains the dishes and drinks served at the restaurant.

Contact Page

The contact page contains a dummy contact form as well as other ways to contact the fake burger joint.

Footer

The footer ends each of the pages and contains social media links, a fake location, and a copyright tag. The social media links don't actually lead to any pages. Instead, I used a surprise placeholder.

Libraries Used

  1. Bootstrap 4 - This one was required. I customized a lot of the defaults and used the grid system a bunch.

  2. Ribbon - This CSS Tricks snippet was slightly modified and allowed me to make those cool ribbon-style captions.

  3. Angled Slants - I tweaked this mixin to allow me to create those cool looking slanted sections in the page.