Introduction to Web Page DevelopmentCourse Description: Introductory coverage of the Internet and online Web technologies. Skills learned include how to plan, create, and maintain static Web pages. This course is offered for credit (3 Cr. 3-0) through Pennsylvania College of Technology to applicable interested students – placement by examination.Student Outcomes: Upon successful completion of the course, students will be able to
1. Explain the history and structure of the Internet and the World Wide Web.
2. Identify security issues on the Internet.
3. Describe the use of a Web interface in various computer interactions including the Internet, E-Commerce, and Intranets.
4. Define the basic components of web documents.
5. Recognize and interpret the current markup language for the Web.
6. Identify current methods to acquire graphic images from a scanner, digital camera, and other technologies.
7. Observe and explain the use of graphics and structural design in commercial websites.
8. Effectively incorporate the use of styles as alternatives to tables and frames in static Web pages.
9. Discuss the use of multimedia utilities that impact Web development.
10. Explain the use of client-side scripting.
11. Utilize software utility programs to produce Web sites.
12. Setup a website on a remote server that links multiple pages.
13. Summarize plans for customer project in a written proposal.
Information Literacy Requirements: To be successful in any technology field, the professional must be able to locate research and information that is required to perform a given task, determine its accuracy and relevance to the task, and then use that information in an appropriate sequence to complete the task. In this course, students will be given the opportunity to practice these skills, through the use of a variety of information sources, primarily, but not limited to the Internet. Successful students will: conduct research on effective web site design, effective user interfaces, emerging web technologies, and explore W3C Web standards and guidelines for current and future Web development.
Course ContentsChapter 1: Structure
Chapter 2: TextChapter 3: Lists
Chapter 4: Links
Chapter 5: Images
Chapter 6: Tables
Chapter 7: Forms
Chapter 8: Extra Markup
Chapter 9: Flash, Video & AudioChapter 10: Introducing CSSChapter 11: ColorChapter 12: TextChapter 13: BoxesChapter 14: Lists, Tables, & FormsChapter 15: LayoutChapter 16: ImagesChapter 17: HTML5 LayoutChapter 18: Process & Design