Use a World Wide Web development tool to create, view, edit and manage simple to complex Web sites. This course will focus on a range of activities from site design and navigation to publishing on the Internet. Topics covered include: creating a page and a site, formatting, links, tables, graphics, frames, forms, templates and components
- Use Web/page development software to design, create, edit, and manage a server-based Web site.
- Add, modify, and delete Web pages in a defined navigation structure.
- Create a table, merge cells, and delete cells in Web pages.
- Use design elements: templates, themes, cascading style sheets (CSS) to create a Web page and Web site.
- Create and verify links that make-up a navigation structure.
- Manipulate images: create a transparent GIF; create an image map; drag and drop an image from a browser into a Web page; convert an image to an accepted Web file format.
- Evaluate data collection or form pages, identifying drop-down menus, check boxes, radio buttons, and scrolling text boxes.
- Implement and verify the presence of accessibility features in Webs.
- Incorporate interactive buttons, page banner, and navigation bar on a Web page and in a Web site.
- Upload Web files to a Web server and manage assigned Web space.
- List and define common Web based file formats.
- Integrate Microsoft Office documents into Web pages.
Using the predefined block structure. Easy to remove blocks. Nice selection of block options.
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