Web Design II –

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(3 credits)

This course introduces development tools and techniques used to publish Web pages on the World Wide Web. Students use basic hypertext markup language, scripting and presentational technologies to create web sites without the aid of a software authoring application. Topics include XHTML, CSS, JavaScript, server hosting, site publication, site maintenance and Search Engine Optimization. 
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks. This course is available to take individually or as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Advisor.

Introduction to Extensible Hypertext Markup Language (XHTML)

  • Identify basic XHTML tags and attributes.
  • Explain viewing and testing markup code in various Web browsers.
  • Describe how Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) are applied for formatting Web content.

Website Development

  • Develop XHTML code that displays content in a Web browser.
  • Apply styles and style sheets to control various attributes of a Web page and its content.
  • Create internal, external and anchor hyperlinks in a Web page.
  • Distinguish the development environment from a production environment.

Website Interaction

  • Create an effective navigation system.
  • Create a basic Web form.
  • Describe how to integrate multimedia files into a Web page.
  • Apply principles of effective technical writing and Web design.

Introduction to JavaScript

  • Explain the basic application for JavaScript.
  • Explain JavaScript arrays, loops and conditional statements.
  • Apply JavaScript effectively in website.

Website Publication & Maintenance

  • Identify the importance of professional standards in Web development.
  • Explain how meta data can promote a website.
  • Identify the process to publish a website.
  • Identify the need to maintain and redesign a website.

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