CIT 125 - Web Development
3 Lecture Hours
Prerequisites: Basic skills using a personal computer and operating system; high school Algebra.
Upon successful completion of the course, the student will:
- Describe the evolution of the Internet and the World Wide Web and outline the client/server model.
- Explain Internet protocols, URLs, and domain names.
- Employ markup tags to create Web pages containing text, lists, hyperlinks, images, tables, forms and frames.
- Create and use Cascading Style Sheets in writing example Web pages.
- Describe server-side technologies such as CGI, and ASP which are used to develop web page interactivity.
- Describe the different types of available web media used to create Web pages and write example Web pages using available web media.
- Explain and put into action recommended guidelines for web site design, organization and development in the creation of a web site.
- Use a web authoring tool to create web pages and develop a web site.
- Create and use XML to create simple XML documents.
- Network overview and the client/server model
- Internet history and ethical use of information
- Internet standards, protocols, URLs and domain names
- Basic markup language tags
- Enhancing Web pages with color, images and text formatting
- Creating tables, frames and forms
- Creating Cascading Style Sheets
- Developing a web site using a WYSIWYG authoring tool
- Introduction to XML
- Using a graphics editor
To deliver the course, the following resources are necessary: a current and appropriate textbook; current and appropriate version of software; multimedia for lecture and demonstration; Internet access; and a CCAC Web server account for Web publishing. The same resources should be available across all campuses and centers.
Approved By: Johnson, Alex Date Approved: 05/18/2009
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