Web Development Boot Camp Training
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Upon completion of the course, students will be able to:
- Describe how the Web 'works' along with XHTML's role
- Recognize the basic Web page construction – including the major Tag
- Create a Web page that includes a number of Images and Hyperlinks
- Explain the <HEAD> section as well as the corresponding Meta-data
- Define the basic Tag attributes
- Utilize additional document formatting Tag
- Add one or more Lists to a page
- Incorporate Forms
- Discuss the benefits of XHTML
- Differentiate between XHTML well-formed and XHTML validity rules
- Demonstrate HTML to XHTML conversion
- Analyze CSS theory and concepts including selectors, cascading, inheritance, and specificity
- Control the layout of a Web document using CSS by starting with an existing HTML page or paper drawing and reconstructing the page with the appropriate CSS rules
- Apply external, embedded and inline styles
- Write style rules using the box model
- Demonstrate how CSS properties and values are used to control positioning, color, background and borders
- Explain browser differences and how to accommodate them
- Handle browser differences
- Utilize the DOM (Document Object Model)
- Implement the basic syntax
- Validate forms and form elements
- Manipulate images
- Manage cookies and maintain state
- Recognize the characteristics of markup languages
- Identify the difference between a language and a meta-language
- Describe Logical and Physical structures in XML
- Use XML syntax in scripting
- Use XML Namespaces to avoid naming conflicts
- Learn Object-Oriented programming in XML – DTDs
- Define AJAX and determine when to use it
- Create client-side code to work with AJAX
- Construct a framework to encapsulate the AJAX API and browser incompatibilities
- Identify the wealth of AJAX tools, libraries and frameworks available
- Create a simple DTD.
- Script and create queries in XSL – Extensible Style Sheet Language
- Build data structures and access databases in XML
- Use the XML Object Model structure
- Systems Engineers
- Application Developers
- Web developers and managers
- Graphic designers
- General understanding of how to use the Web
- Programming background
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