Course DescriptionThe web has experienced an explosive growth from just 50 servers in 1993 to millions to date. Web technology influences most areas of computer technology and greatly affects how we present, access, and utilize information. This course benefits anyone who wants an understanding of web technology and its practical applications. Participants learn how to effectively design and assemble a website. Other topics include Internet architecture hypermedia theory; the Internet client/server model; effective design of hypermedia structures; use of graphics; promoting a web presence; and use of web technology for intranets. As a course project, each participant creates a small site consisting of 3-5 web pages, with graphics and other optional elements.
Course OutlineThis course offers an understanding of Web technology and its practical applications. Learn how to design and assemble a website; other topics, including the use of graphics and promoting a web presence, will be covered.
By the end of the course, students will be able to: