The mock-up of the police site is an interactive web application to demonstrate the effective use of ASP.NET and jQuery to build a modern, responsive, and useful website. The site has been structured so that it can be extended to include other services offered by the police force without having to do any re-writing or re-coding.
Designing a mock-up website
The following 먹튀폴리스사이트 was designed for the University of Leicester Police Department as part of an effort to upgrade their public image. One was asked to design a website appealing to students, faculty, staff, and the general public.
The initial design brief included:
- Flash instead of HTML coding – this was later changed to HTML coding because this design was more cost-effective.
- An online booking system for minor offenses such as speeding tickets and littering was later changed due to budget constraints on the amount of money available for the new site.
- A section containing information about the University of Leicester Police Department had to be removed from the final version. There wasn’t enough room on each page for all the required content to be displayed clearly.
- The ability for users to report crimes using either a telephone hotline or an email address – this feature was also removed due to time constraints at a later stage in development.
- To keep costs down, users can pay fines by credit or debit cards (without the need for any additional software). This feature was not implemented due to fears that it would be too easy for hackers to access sensitive information stored on.
The features of the mock-up police site
One of the main features of the 먹튀폴리스사이트 is that it is not a real police site. Many people have said that this is self-evident, but if one thinks about it for a minute, one will see that it’s a little subtle. The mock-up site works just like the real site. It produces bogus arrest records just like the real site does. The only difference is that the records are harmless fakes instead of harmful ones.
The site would have a simple homepage that gives information about the location of various police stations. The homepage would also contain a search feature, which will allow the users to type in their local area and find the nearest police station. The homepage would also contain a map of the, identifying all the police stations. The map would be interactive; as an example, it will show you if there is a police station near you using your GPS location. It can even pinpoint your exact location on the map.