Spring Semester, 2011
Monday / Wednesday, 1:30 to 2:45 PM
Recommended Text: Morville, Peter and Louis Rosenfeld, Information Architecture for the World Wide Web, Third Edition, O'Reilly, 2006. ISBN: 0-596-52734-9, ISBN-13: 9780596527341. (For purposes of this class, the first or second editions, which may be available used, are also suitable.)
In this intensive class, students cover the breadth of Web development tools from HTML to database-driven Web sites. No previous Web experience is required, but come prepared to work. (You will need the programming skills provided by the prerequisites.)
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|Lecture Slides and Podcasts|
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|Supplemental Lectures (Recorded)|
|Logging on and Editing Your Index Page||PDF Slides|
|Uploading Pictures||PDF Slides|
|Problems with Java file permissions?|
|Drag-and-Drop with DOM2|
|Dynamic Menu Example|
|Examinations and Grades|
|Sample Examination Questions|
|Standards of Academic Conduct|
|Web Development and Intellectual Property|
|An Example of Proper Writing|
|Your Computer Account|
|Working with Your Web Page|
|Web Developer's Bibliography|
|About CSS Boxes|
|An External Stylesheet Example|
|Helpful Web Links|
|http://www.tuxfiles.org/linuxhelp/cli.html Help working with files in the Linux command line environment.|
|http://validator.w3.org/ The W3C's HTML Mark Up Validation Service|
|http://weitz.de/regex-coach/ Regular expression tool for Windows|
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