This course explores the architecture and development of the World Wide Web. Current tagging and scripting languages are covered in a tool-independent environment. Topics also include authoring tools, design, graphic and multimedia formats, and commerce, implementation, and security issues.
Students will Learn:
- xHTML and CSS structure and syntax.
- To apply styling and positioning concepts to web page layout and design.
- To assess the relationship between CSS and xHTML.
Module 1 – Course Introduction
- Learning Objective: Examine markup languages used in web programming, list common markup languages, asses the relationship between Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) and Hypertext Markup Languages (xHTML).
Module 2 – Hypertext Markup Language
- Learning Objective: Analyze the structure of xHTML, list document types, inspect xHTML Semantic Markup, and examine block elements.
Module 3 – Cascading Style Sheets
- Learning Objective: Examine Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), define the use of CSS syntaxes, utilize CSS selectors and pseudo classes, and implement CSS font, text, color, and background properties.
Module 4 – Styling and Positioning
- Learning Objective: Utilize xHTML and CSS to create a list of links, apply CSS styling, and examine types of positioning.
Module 5 – Computer Graphics for Web Developers
- Learning Objective: Differentiate between raster and vector images, explore the use of Adobe Photoshop and After Effects for generating graphics, examine the methods of saving images, list the components of a production document, and evaluate the importance of Functional Specifications.
- This course is targeted toward independent learners, working professionals, and students that wish to gain or improve their basic web programming skills.
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