- Variable, Arrays, and Operators
- Conditionals & Loops
- Images, Windows, and Timer
- Navigator, History, and Location Objects
The purpose of this course is to help trainee understand the process involved with creating and publishing web pages using Dreamweaver CS 5.5 and templates. In this course, you will be taught creating and editing a web page using Dreamweaver. Publishing: When you are finished editing the files that make up your website, you will need to send these files to your account on the web server. This computer is referred to as the remote computer. The action of sending these files is called publishing to the server, FTPing the files, or uploading the files to the server. In Dreamweaver, you view the files on the web server with the remote view. After publishing (putting) your web page files to your account on the web server, you will want to check and see if they are working properly. You will get more of this great software and its application while learning and become a better web designer.
- File Naming Conventions
- Create a Local Folder
- Web Servers.
- The Dreamweaver Environment
- Defining a Site.
- Connecting to Server.
- Designing Your Site.
- Creating the Template
- Creating a New Web Page from a Template
- Adding Images to a Web Page or Template.
- Adding Hyperlinks to a Web Page
- Adding Anchor Links to a Web Page
- Publishing Your Website.
- Viewing Your Website
- Reconnecting from Another Location
- Backing Up your Site Definition
This course engages students to analyze complex business scenarios and create a data model—a conceptual representation of an organization’s information. Participants implement their database design by creating a physical database using SQL.
Basic SQL syntax and the rules for constructing valid SQL statements are reviewed. This course culminates with a project that challenges students to design, implement, and demonstrate a database solution for a business or organization.
- Introduction to MySQL
- MySQL Server and Client
- Database Basics
- Database Design
- Table Data Types
- Database and Table Creation
- Basic Queries
- Database and Table Maintenance
- Table Data Manipulation
- Exporting and Importing Data
- Joining Tables
- Table Subqueries
HYPERTEXT MARK-UP LANGUAGE (HTML)
HTML5 is the latest standard in web application coding. Whether you’re a new or seasoned web designer, you need to know the latest in HTML architecture. HTML5 standards bring several new tags, including tags that enhance media and animations.
We don’t just discuss HTML5, but we also tell you how to perform actual design elements using embedded CSS classes. We also discover the latest form field tags that make gathering information and input from your users much easier.
We start with a simple HTML5 web page and end with a list of miscellaneous tags that are new in HTML5. We also give you a list of several deprecated tags that are no longer in use. You can still use them in HTML5 website design, but deprecated functionality often gets dropped eventually.
Lesson 1: Introduction to HTML5 and Web Design
Lesson 2: How to Create a Simple Web Page
Lesson 3: How to Format Your Text
Lesson 4: Adding Web Links and Images
Lesson 5: Creating Tables
Lesson 6: Forms
Lesson 7: Adding Styles and Classes to Your Web Pages
Lesson 8: Borders, Backgrounds, and Floating Divs
Lesson 9: Building Web Page Layouts with CSS
Lesson 10: HTML5 – What Is It?
Lesson 11: Adding Videos and Graphics with HTML5
Lesson 12: HTML5 and CSS3 – Fonts and Effects
Lesson 13: Introduction to Responsive Web Design with CSS3 and HTML5
Lesson 14: Drawing with the Canvas Tag
Lesson 15: Summary of New Elements and How to Use Them
COURSE MODULES (V. 7)
MODULE 1 – OVERVIEW OF PHP
MODULE 2 – BASIC SCRIPTING AND LOOPING CONSTRUCTS
MODULE 3 – CONDITIONAL CONSTRUCTS
MODULE 4 – PHP FUNCTIONS
MODULE 5 – PHP OPERATORS
MODULE 6 – ARRAYS IN PHP
MODULE 5 – WORKING WITH DATA FILES IN PHP
MODULE 6 – CONFIGURING AND USING MYSQL
MODULE 7 – WORKING WITH DATABASES AND FORMS
MODULE 8 – INTRODUCTION TO THE APACHE WEB SERVER
MODULE 9 – ENABLING E-COMMERCE
MODULE 10 – USING COOKIES WITH PHP
MODULE 11 – MISCELLANEOUS PHP TASKS
ADVANCED PHP MODULES