Internet I - Internet Fundamentals

INT222

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INT222 - Internet I - Internet Fundamentals

Prerequisites:

ULI101 or IOS110 and DBS201, IPC144

The Internet has revolutionized modern life, including the way people shop, communicate, and even where and how they work. At the forefront of this revolution are the people writing the software that drives the World Wide Web. The goal of this course is to provide the student with key skills demanded in the fast-paced and exciting field of web development. The course will begin with an in-depth study of HTML, the universal language of the Web. This will be supplemented by coverage of XHTML and XML, the next-generation languages of the Web. CSS will be studied as it relates to enhancing the presentation of websites. Client-side programming will be taught using JavaScript and DHTML, languages used to create dynamic content and provide a true interactive experience for the Web site visitor. Throughout the course, emphasis will be placed on the development of professional, cross-browser websites.


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Debra
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debbie.hoover@senecacollege.ca
4164915050