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CDN 219 Web Basics
Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisite: None

This course will introduce the student to basic concepts about computers and the Internet. It will discuss the basics of working on a PC and a MacIntosh computer. It will investigate how to use the web as a development resource, how to name and organize files and directories for a web site, introduce the file formats used on the web, how to upload files to a server, how to code HTML documents using a text editor and discuss the uses of WYSIWG editors in a production environment. (1.2) Proficiency Credit Available Pass/No Credit Not Available

CDN 219 Basic Web Design
Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisite: None

Basic Web Design will introduce concepts and techniques related to designing, creating and deploying content for the internet. Students will learn how to use HTML to structure content and how to use CSS to style that content. The course will introduce information architecture, wire-framing and semantic markup. Course work will include securing an ISP, creating and using a blog, organizing directories on a server, and creating web pages with functional navigation and hyperlinks. The student will also be introduced to web design topics such as accessibility, user experience and responsive design. In lieu of a text book, student will be required to secure site hosting with an ISP. (1.2) Proficiency Credit Available (2 FSE) Pass/No Credit Not Available

 
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