- Introducing DHTML - describe Dynamic HTML, discuss the technologies it includes, and describe the Document Object Model and its relationship to DHTML.
- Working with DHTML - write browser-specific code for use with different browsers.
- Implementing DHTML - develop code that displays different graphical elements in Internet Explorer 5.5 and Navigator 4.75.
- XML and XHTML - describe the advantages of XML and XHTML and differentiate between them.
- Working with XML - describe how to create an XML document.
- Embedding applets - describe Java applets and explain how to embed them in web pages.
- HTTP servers, server-side technologies, and admin - identify various HTTP servers and explain their functions, discuss the use of ports for web servers and server administration, describe server-side technologies used to create dynamic content for web pages, and utilize a CGI-handling form.
- Creating a form to be handled with CGI - describe what CGIs are and create a form to be handled with CGI.
- Cookies - describe cookies and how they can be used to enhance a web site visit.
- Plugin technology - describe how to choose a plugin and how to add plugin content to a web site.
- Databases - understand how databases and database management systems function.
- Internet standards organizations - identify the major Internet governing and standards organizations and be able to explain their roles.
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