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CI326 - Intro To Web Development
Fall 2001

C1326 Fourth Generation Programming HTML provides the student with both Internet and basic and advanced HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) concepts and skills. Some Internet topics include the concepts of the Internet and the various protocols used -- http, ftp, telnet, TCP/IP, slip, ppp, browsers and tools, searching for information on the internet, client-server relationships, and CGI (Common Gateway Interface) programming. The course considers Home Page or Site design, development and management, as well as HTML document design and construction. HTML topics will include the basic and advanced syntax or tags used to create HTML documents. Some specific items will be the syntax for tables and forms, image maps, frames, and cascading style sheets. Other topics will include design and creation of images (includes design theory and color theory, as well as cultural influences), and using JavaScript in HTML documents. Ethical and legal issues will be explored.
Prerequisite -- CI212.
3 Credits

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