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2016-2017 Catalog 
2016-2017 Catalog [PAST CATALOG]

CTP 120 - Introduction to WWW Publishing

3 credit hours - Three hours of lecture weekly; one term.
(formerly CSI 128 - Introduction to WWW Publishing)

Learn how to create WWW documents using Graphical User Interface soft-ware and how multimedia hypertext documents are made available using the World Wide Web (WWW) on the Internet. Create and manage WWW sites such as those used by an individual or small business. Lab fee $40.

Note: Students must be familiar with personal computers before beginning the class because no lecture time is spent introducing personal computer terminology and use. Students with no prior Internet experience are encouraged to take CTP 110  Internet Fundamentals before taking this course.

Course Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

  • Describe the process by which web sites are planned, created, and maintained
    • Explore Dreamweaver Workplace
    • View a Web Page and Use Help
    • Learn the Dreamweaver workspace
    • Demonstrate the ability to use Dreamweaver Tools
    • Add a Folder And Pages
  • Create pages for the WWW using web site construction software
    • Create Head Page and Set Page
    • Create, Import, and Format Text
    • Add Links to Web Pages
    • Use the History Panel and Edit Code
    • Add a Folder and Pages
  • Design easy to use navigation structures for a web site
    • Create external and internal links
    • Create internal links to named anchors
    • Create, modify, and copy a Spry menu bar
    • Create an image map
    • Manage website links
    • Incorporate Web 2.0 technology
  • Design WWW pages with effective typographic and graphical elements
    • Create Unordered and Ordered Lists
    • Insert and Align Graphics
    • Enhance an Image and Use Alternative Text
    • Add Rules and Attach Cascading Style Sheets
    • Create, Apply, and Edit Cascading Style Sheets
    • Enhance a background Image and Perform Site
    • Add Graphic Enhancements
  • Create interactive WWW pages employing forms, Jquery, and JavaScript elements
    • Collecting Data with Forms
    • Test and Process a Form
    • Work with Form Objects
    • Plan and Create a Form
    • Adding Media Objects and Interactivity With Flash and Spry
    • Add and Modify Flash Objects
    • Add Rollover images
    • Add Behaviors
  • Design, create, and place on-line a web site such as that used by a small business or non-profit organization
    • Managing a Web Server and Files
    • Explain the concept of Web Maintenance
    • Publish a Web Site
Core Competencies
Core 1 Communication Core 2 Technology Fluency Core 3 Information Literacy Core 5 Self Management Core 10 Innovative and Critical Thinking