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This is a bundled training package. It contains training for each of the bundled items below:

Course Price
Web Development Fundamentals $74.95
Internet Site Development $74.95
Web 2.0 Fundamentals $74.95
Introduction to HTML5 and CSS3 $74.95
Working with Forms, the Canvas, and Media in HTML5 $74.95
Advanced HTML5 $74.95

Bundle Price: $219.00
Total Savings: $230.70

Web Development Fundamentals

This course will provide an overview of the concepts and skills necessary to design and publish a web site. It will cover how to use HTML and CSS to develop web site content. It will also provide an overview of the role of languages such as DHTML, XHTML, XML, and JavaScript in web site implementation. It also introduces the user to advanced web techniques such as developing for mobile devices, client and server scripting, and how to manage and connect to databases. This course is part of a series in the designing, developing, and hosting a web site path.
  • identify the current HTML standards
  • recognize what HTML is
  • identify common HTML editing applications and their functions
  • recognize the tags that define the structure in an HTML document
  • recognize the basic elements of an HTML document
  • create a basic web page
  • insert hyperlinks into a web page
  • recognize tags used to create a table in HTML
  • recognize the tags that are used to create forms in HTML
  • recognize how to use image maps in web pages
  • recognize how to apply style sheets to web pages
  • identify the functions of Cascading Style Sheets
  • use advanced HTML elements to enhance a web page
  • distinguish between client-side and server-side scripting
  • identify the common scripting and programming languages
  • define DHTML and the DOM
  • recognize how XHTML relates to XML and HTML
  • identify the characteristics of XML
  • identify common platforms for delivering web content to wireless devices
  • recognize the characteristics of common database models
  • identify the function of a database management system (DBMS)
  • recognize the standards and technologies that facilitate database connectivity
  • distinguish between different scripting languages and database technologies

Internet Site Development

Planning and designing sites based on customer requirements is an essential aspect of web development. This course covers the key aspects of planning and designing sites for users, ensuring that sites have gone through site functionality testing, and also explores the use of active content and multimedia in site development. This course is part of a series in the designing, developing, and hosting a web site path.
  • recognize how to plan the front-end and back-end elements of a web site
  • determine the most appropriate content policy in a given scenario
  • identify back-end web site design considerations
  • identify common page layout formats and the methods used to structure them
  • recognize the role played by color and font in effective web design
  • identify the optimal screen resolution for a web site
  • recognize how to perform a site functionality test
  • identify tools used in site functionality tests
  • devise a site development plan and a testing methodology
  • define active content
  • recognize the function of Adobe Flash in web site development
  • recognize alternatives to Adobe Flash for adding interactivity to a web site
  • recognize the function of browser plug-ins
  • recognize the function of browser viewers
  • distinguish between common text file formats
  • distinguish between common graphics, audio, and video file formats
  • select the appropriate multimedia file format in a given scenario

Web 2.0 Fundamentals

Web 2.0 technologies including RSS feeds, blogs, and wikis provide powerful ways to access site information and enable users to participate and collaborate in the creation of site content, rather than being passive users of a web site. This course provides an overview of what Web 2.0 is and the role that the Web 2.0 technologies play. Specific topics covered include an introduction to Web 2.0, the impact of social networking, and Web 2.0 development technologies including HTML, XML, JavaScript, Ajax, mashups, SOAP, web services, and Representational State Transfer (REST) services. This course is part of a series in designing, developing, and hosting a web site path.
  • distinguish between the key characteristics of Web 1.0 and Web 2.0 sites
  • recognize the key 2nd generation web technologies
  • recognize the value and purpose of social networking platforms used in Web 2.0
  • recognize how social networking can be used to support business
  • recommend an appropriate Web 2.0-enabled business strategy to meet specific business requirements for a given scenario
  • recognize how Ajax is used to enable Web 2.0 web sites
  • identify design issues when creating a web site for Web 2.0
  • distinguish between SOAP-based web services and lightweight Representational State Transfer (REST) services
  • identify the potential benefits and drawbacks of using a mashup when designing a web site
  • set up web feeds to a web site
  • implement Web 2.0 principles and technologies

Introduction to HTML5 and CSS3

This course provides an overview of the changes to HTML5 and CSS3 from their previous versions. It introduces some of the key features of HTML5 and CSS3, and how to apply these features to create a simple HTML5 program styled with CSS3. This course also shows how supporting browsers will render the page and provides fallback solutions for non-supporting browsers.
  • use the new document syntax in HTML5
  • add syntax for Modernizr to check for browser support of common elements of HTML5
  • identify new, redefined, and deprecated attributes and elements in HTML5
  • use HTML5's new global attributes
  • use HTML5's new semantic elements
  • write a simple HTML5 program
  • recognize key characteristics of CSS3
  • use Modernizr to detect browser support for CSS3 styles
  • use new CSS3 style features
  • add CSS3 style to an HTML5 program

Working with Forms, the Canvas, and Media in HTML5

This course provides detailed instruction on three new APIs in HTML5 – Canvas, Audio and Video – as well as on the new features of the Forms API. The course also shows how supporting browsers will render the page and provides fallback solutions for non-supporting browsers.
  • create a canvas on an HTML5 web page
  • add objects to a canvas
  • create an HTML5 form using new form fields
  • apply HTML5 Forms attributes for the usability of form entry
  • create and use an HTML5 canvas
  • create an HTML5 form
  • recognize key characteristics of HTML's media elements
  • apply audio to an HTML5 program
  • apply video to an HTML5 program
  • write an HTML5 program using audio
  • write an HTML5 program using video

Advanced HTML5

This course provides instruction on many of the new API's that have been introduced with HTML5 relating to web support, communication, and 3D graphics. The course also covers features that are strictly speaking not part of the HTML5 specification, but are often associated with HTML5 because they were introduced at much the same time.
  • use the Geolocation API
  • use error handlers in the Geolocation API
  • use geo.js in a web page
  • use the Web Storage API
  • track changes to the storage area
  • use the Offline Web Applications API
  • debug offline web applications
  • determine the correct usage of the Geolocation, Web Storage, and Offline Web Applications APIs
  • use the History API
  • use the Web Workers API
  • use the postMessage API
  • use the WebSocket API
  • use the WebGL API
  • determine the correct usage of the History API and Web Workers API
  • determine the correct usage of the postMessage, WebSocket, and WebGL APIs
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Designing and Hosting a Web Site e-learning bundle
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