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CIS 89A Syllabus ** April 2002

Instructor: Valerie Taylor

Email: Course Information: Fundamentals of web page design and creation - designing, encoding, and maintaining web pages on the WWW using HTML. Two hours lecture, three hours laboratory

Course Objectives: Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to:

Create and revise web pages using HTML Browse the web to locate and research information at different sites Upload and download HTML text files to and from web servers Advisories: CAOS 70AA (Elementary Keyboarding, English Writing 100B and Reading 91 or ESL 4

Grading: Exams and programs will be weighted as follows - 60 points Quizzes (2 quizzes - 30 points each), 40 points Final project, 80 points labs (8 assignments - 10 points each), 20 points Memo To Self (10 MTS - 2 points each), 120 points total

Grades will be assigned on the basis of total points approximately as follows:

90-100% as A, 80-89% as B, 70-79% as C, 60-69% as D, and below 60% as F.

  1. Intro to HTML, First Page
  2. Text Formatting, Page Layout, Links, Lists
  3. Images and Multimedia
  4. Tables
  5. Frames
  6. Forms
  7. Styles
  8. JavaScript overview
  9. Readability & Meta tags
  10. Final Project

Final Projects

You may help each other but you must do your own work. Web pages must be created with Wordpad, Notepad or SimpleText. Web editors and other word processing programs may not be used.

Search Engines

Alta Vista - Google - Ask Jeeves - Go - Yahoo! - Web Page Building Links A Beginner's Guide to HTML HTML: An Interactive Tutorial for Beginners - a step-by-step guide to learning HTML by example Introduction to HTML - the folks at Case Western introduce HTML in an easy outline format Bare Bones Guide to HTML - this international directory features basic tutorials in over twenty languages Web Pages That Suck - learn good web page design by looking at awful web pages. Webmaster Reference Library - a comprehensive reference for HTML authors and webmasters, the WMRL has carefully selected and annotated web sites plus original articles about the art of web site creation Yale Web Style Guide - covers graphic and information design, page layout, site organization, navigation, and multimedia content