Web Design Fundamentals – web240 (3 credits)
Website Troubleshooting, Testing, Publication & Maintenance
- Analyze the usability of a website.
- Explain how metadata can promote a website.
- Describe the steps in the website publication process.
- Identify the steps involved in maintaining and redesigning a website.
- Create internal, external and anchor hyperlinks in a website.
- Design effective navigation.
- Integrate multimedia files into a web page.
- Create styles for a website using cascading style sheets.
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 user characteristics and the website purpose influence website design.
- Apply design elements effectively.
- Develop accurate and functional markup code.
- Distinguish the development environment from a production environment.
- Validate an XHTML page using W3C web standards.
- Organize files effectively.
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