Web Technologies A / B

This is a two-semester course.  The first semester is intended as a practical, hands-on guide to help you understand the concepts of website design. This course guides you how to create a website using web technologies.  This course will cover careers in web technology, uses of web technology, and emerging trends in web technology. It also covers principles of design and creation of graphics. In addition, the course covers Internet protocols, web development tools, and client-server processing. The course also covers web page creation using HTML and style sheets. Finally, the course covers website design and the web development process.


This course will help you meet the following goals:

  • Describe different career choices in the field of web technology.
  • Describe educational qualifications, skills, and training required to pursue a career in web technology.
  • Describe the effects of color and typography on a web page.
  • Apply visual design principles.
  • Create and edit graphics for a web page.
  • Describe how information is transmitted on the Internet.
  • Describe client-server processing.
  • Design and create web pages.
  • Describe the basic structure of a document that codes a web page, and create web pages using HTML.
  • Create style sheets to format a web page and control its layout.
  • Create a website.


The second semester course is intended as a practical, hands-on guide to help you understand advanced concepts of website design and concepts related to desktop publishing and multimedia.  This course covers the creation of desktop publishing and multimedia projects. It also covers legal and ethical issues related to the Internet and website design. In addition, this course covers web page creation using JavaScript. It also covers DHTML and XML. The course additionally covers how to gather requirements from the client, plan out website development, create a wireframe, and create and publish a website. Finally, the course covers web maintenance and web administration.


This course will help you meet the following goals:

  • Create a desktop publishing project.
  • Create a multimedia project.
  • Describe copyright rules and guidelines.
  • Describe the basic features of JavaScript.
  • Create DHTML and XML documents.
  • Create an attractive web page using a WYSIWYG editor.
  • Describe how to gather and document client requirements.
  • Describe the importance of planning in website development and create a project plan.
  • Create site maps and wireframes for a website.
  • Describe how to create and launch a website.
  • Describe the administration and maintenance of web servers.
  • Create a digital portfolio.





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