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CS 250
Site Development Associate HTML V

Credits: 5
Clock Hours per Quarter: 100

AA Discipline:

   Lab Hours:100

The Site Development Associate course teaches students essential Web page development skills. This course teaches students to develop Web sites using HTML5 and CSS. Students learn to write code manually, as well as use graphical user interface (GUI) authoring tools. They also insert images, create hyperlinks, and add tables, forms, video and audio to Web pages, as well as use HTML5 Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) to extend the functionality of Web pages. Other topics include validating HTML code, recognizing the importance of search engine optimization (SEO), using style sheets extensively to format Web page content, and implementing fundamental design concepts. Throughout the course, students learn how Web sites are developed as managed projects. They also identify e-commerce solutions and relate Web site development to business goals.

Intended Learning Outcomes
  • Discuss the importance of a business Web site that complements your organization.
  • Identify front-end and back-end Web page design issues, demonstrate knowledge of Web site development principles, and define the concepts of creative design and branding standards.
  • Discuss the history of markup languages, and identify markup language standards and the organizations that define them.
  • Define markup and document structure elements, and use Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) to apply formatting to Web pages.
  • Demonstrate ability to use both a text editor and a GUI markup language editor to create HTML5 pages.
  • Create HTML5 pages with horizontal rules, images, browser-safe colors, hyperlinks, tables, Web forms, client-side image maps, audio and video.
  • Test processing of Web forms using a public test engine, and validate your HTML5 code to W3C standards.
  • Identify requirements for Web site publishing, identify uses for client-side and server-side Web technologies and languages, and demonstrate HTML5 Application Programming Interfaces (APIs).
  • Identify the benefits of Dynamic HTML (DHTML) and the Document Object Model (DOM).
  • Identify Web page development techniques for mobile devices, and use Web application frameworks to create and manage dynamic Web sites.
  • Use Web 2.0 technologies to customize your Web pages.
  • Compare using a service provider to hosting your own Web server.
  • Discuss Internet marketing issues and search engine optimization (SEO), and their effects on the content and performance of your Web site.
  • Identify issues related to working in a global environment.

  • Course Topics
  • Image Editing w/ Fireworks CS5
  • Markup Language & Site Development Essentials
  • HTML5 Coding
  • CSS Style Sheets & Graphical Elements
  • Hyperlinks
  • HTML Tables
  • Web Forms
  • Video, Audio & Image Techniques
  • Extending HTML
  • GUI HTML Editors & Movie Web Sites
  • Web Site Development for Business
  • Markup Language & Site Development Essentials

  • Syllabi Listing See ALL Quarters
    Year Quarter
    CS 250
    Spring 2014
    Wallace Fisher
    CS 250
    Winter 2014
    Wallace Fisher

    Two Year Projected Schedule

    Year One* Year Two**

    *If fall quarter starts on an odd year (2003, 2005, etc.), it's Year One.
    If fall quarter starts on an even year (2002, 2004, etc.), it's Year Two.