MOHAWK COLLEGE OF APPLIED ARTS AND TECHNOLOGY

Continuing Education, Business

INFO 10034 - COURSE OUTLINE

 

COURSE NAME:     WEB PAGE DESIGN - LEVEL 3

PROGRAM:             Webmaster Certificate

DURATION:           TOTAL HRS: 18         TOTAL WKS: 6         HRS./WK.: 3

PREREQUISITE:    INFO BIN31 and basic familiarity with Windows.

GENERAL COURSE OBJECTIVE(S)

This course will expand on the knowledge gained in Web Page Design Level 2 to create Web pages suitable for personal or business use. HTML topics include: advanced Table, Form and Cascading Style Sheet features, Email Links with Query Strings, and creating page layouts using Frames and Inline Frames. Notepad and a web browser will be used to create and view their web pages. Students will learn how to publish a web site on search engines and select a web host.   Students will learn how to place web pages on a web server.

PREPARED BY: Steven Hernden
INSTRUCTORS: Various
DATE REVISED: Spring 2005

 

REQUIRED TEXT(S)

elementk Courseware:  HTML 4.01, Web Authoring, Level 3 (Second Edition).  Matthew Tiernan 
(available at the Mohawk College Bookstore)

ADDITIONAL REFERENCES

Due to the ever-evolving nature of the Internet and the Web, Books on Web Page Design or HTML become obsolete very quickly. For this reason, additional references will be supplied by the instructor.

SUPPLIES: Storage discs (floppy disks, CD-rewriteable disc or USB Memory stick) and a mouse for use in labs.

GRADING AND EVALUATION SYSTEM

New for Fall 2004

 

Courses previously graded with alphabetic grades will be recorded with percent grades. Note: There will not be a decimal in the numeric value.

 

Unsuccessful achievement of Requirements Met (“R” grade) will be recorded as “FL” for failure.

 

 

Numeric/Alpha Grades

Effective Fall 2004

Percentage Grades

Fall 1991 – Spring 2004

Alpha Grades

1978 – Spring 1991

Numeric Grades

100 – 95

A+

4 (Range of Excellent)

 

94 – 90

A

89 – 85

A-

84 – 80

B+

3 (Range of Good)

79 – 75

B

74 – 70

B-

69 – 65

C+

2 (Range of Acceptable – Pass)

64 – 60

C

59 – 0

F

Range of Unacceptable

Requirements Met/Requirements Not Met

R

R

Requirements Met

FL

 

Requirements Not Met

All Others

AC

AC

Attendance Complete

AN

AN

Attendance Not Met

AU

AU

Audit

E

E

Exemption Granted

I

I

Incomplete

UW

UW

Unofficial Withdrawal

CR

CR

Credit Granted

 

POLICIES AND PROCEDURES

  1. Students must hand in all required assignments if they are to write the final test for credit.

  2. All take-home assignments must be submitted when they are due, which will be the week after they are assigned, UNLESS prior arrangements have been made with the instructor.

COMPUTATION OF FINAL GRADE


Term assignments  60%
Final Exam            40%
Total                  100%

Lesson Content Textbook Section

Lesson  1

  • CSS and pseudo-classes with Hyperlinks
  • Setting Tabbing Order
  • Access Keys
  • Email Links with Query String
  • More CSS settings

Lesson Lab

  • Lesson 1, A:  pages 2-7
  • Lesson 1, B:  pages 8-12
  • Lesson 1, C:  pages 13-16
  • Lesson 1, D:  pages 17-20
  • Throughout lesson

pages 105-106

Lesson  2

  • Organizing Form fields with Fieldsets
  • Enhancing Select Lists
  • Using Access keys with Forms
  • More CSS settings

Lesson Lab

  • Lesson 2, A:  pages 22-27
  • Lesson 2, B:  pages 28-30
  • Lesson 2, C:  pages 31-62
  • Throughout lesson

pages 106-107

Lesson  3

  • Create Table Columns
  • Create Table Row Groups
  • Table Summary and Caption
  • Scrolling Tables
  • Custom Table Borders
  • More CSS settings

Assignment #1 due

 

Lesson Lab

  • Lesson 3, A:  pages 38-42
  • Lesson 3, B:  pages 43-48
  • Lesson 3, C:  pages 49-51
  • Lesson 3, D:  pages 52-57
  • Lesson 3, E:  pages 58-62
  • Throughout lesson

 

 

page 108

Lesson  4
  • Defining Frameset Document
  • Frame Borders
  • Frame Targets
  • Inline Frames

Lesson Lab

  • Lesson 4, A:  pages 64-69
  • Lesson 4, B:  pages 70-73
  • Lesson 4, C:  pages 74-76
  • Lesson 4, D:  pages 77-83

pages 109-110

Lesson  5
  • Search Engines
  • Validating HTML Documents
  • Choosing Web Host

Assignment #2 due

 

Lesson Lab

  • Lesson 5, A:  pages 86-89
  • Lesson 5, B:  pages 90-94
  • Lesson 5, C:  pages 95-101

 

 

pages 110-111

Lesson  6
  • Final Test

    • Closed book, theory.

    • Open book, hands on.

 
 

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