× Past Sites Owen Siglin GITA Programs
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We love our GITA teacher Mr. Salesky
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Sunset in Del Mar, CA
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Japanese Train in Hiratsuka, Japan
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Walking along in Tokyo, Japan
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View from a window in San Diego, CA
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Our previous principal Mr. Halpin
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Our previous vice principal Mr. Parish


Hello, I'm Owen Siglin! I'm a Junior at Brea Olinda High School, and I'm currently in GITA 2, where we learn to code using HTML and Javascript. Below are my projects from this year, and the sidebar to the left can tell you a bit more about GITA, myself, and my prior years' websites!

Equifax

Equifax Project
August 23, 2019
This project is a simple website to educate people about the Equifax Data Breach of 2017. The event was catastrophic for many people, and caused a lot of disturbance in the world of data security.

Technology

New Technology Site
August 30, 2019
This is another simple website that gave us the opportunity to learn about cool new technology; I chose advancements in Nuclear Power as my topic.

Business

Business Card
September 10, 2019
This is a website that acts as a business card for me. It uses responsive design, meaning the website will change depending on the size of the viewing window.

Collage

Picture Collage
September 16, 2019
This is a simple picture collage of images that represent me. We were tasked to make the collage by absolutely positioning one image and placing the other images using relative positioning.

Store

GITA Webstore
September 25, 2019
This project is fake GITA merchandise website that calculates total costs of a purchase and tracks the manager's statistics. There are also radio buttons that give discounts to certain demographics.

Recipe

Recipe Project
October 7, 2019
This is a simple recipe page for my favorite dessert: Buster Bars! The site gives the recipe and the option to print, using a pop-up window.

Craps

Craps Game
October 14, 2019
This is a simulation of a dice game called Craps, where you roll two dice and add up their sum to win! Many "if" statements were used.