"Web Publishing and Design" is designed for the novice who wants to create a web site from scratch. Course material is based on O'Reilly's "HTML: The Definitive Guide," the bestselling and most highly respected guide to HTML. With the course's Online Lab, students can write and check their code as they learn. To complete the course, they demonstrate the breadth of their learning by completing a capstone project--they design a working web site.
Topics in "Web Publishing and Design" include:
Because the course is available via the Web or intranets, it's well-suited for both individual and group learning. Online labs, code-checkers, virtual white boards and other interactive elements bring the experience of being in a classroom to the desktop. Students learn on their own time, at their own pace, at home or work. Instructors can teach from anywhere.
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