Welcome to Web Content Development

Course Description

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

Course Outcomes

  • 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.

If you prefer a list of your latest posts to be displayed on your homepage, you should go to your Settings and choose “Your latest posts” as homepage option.

Have fun!

Welcome to Web Content Development

Course Description

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

Course Outcomes

  • 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.

If you prefer a list of your latest posts to be displayed on your homepage, you should go to your Settings and choose “Your latest posts” as homepage option.

Have fun!