IT-130 –Web Page Design
Joseph (Yosef) Mendelsohn
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- Topics: Syllabus and overview of
course, Introduction to HTML and
- Lecture Notes: Introduction
to Web Design
- HTML Files:
- first_template.htm – Use this as your
current template. EVERY page you create should start out looking just
like this. We will add to our template as we progress through the course.
Assignment: Assignment #1
this file and save it to your hard-drive
the file in a text editor such as Textpad
- Topics: Intro to HTML continued
including lists, hyperlinks, images
- Quiz: There WILL be a quiz at the
very beginning of lecture #2 (Monday). You will have the first 15 minutes
of class in which to complete this quiz. More
information can be found here.
- Lecture Notes: HTML Tags contd |
Intro to CSS (if time allows)
- Other files/links:
- HTML Files:
- Assignment: Assignment #2
Files: convert_currency.htm (includes parseFloat)
| select_box_js.htm | ticket_cost.htm | if_else_form.htm | Museum Admission
Assignment: No assignment this week!
#1: JS: JS#3 continued…
#2: Complete JS #3 lecture.
wrap-up / Page Layout Using CSS
#1: Finish JS lectures (may or may not include JS Wrapup)
#2: Begin web page layout using CSS
Week 9 – For spring quarter of 2012, there will be a short lecture followed by a
1.5 hour exam.
for lab: mozart.htm mozart.jpg
Lecture Notes: Paths, Tables, Meta-tags
#1: Page layout continued
#2: Paths and relative links, Tables, Meta-tags
Week 10 – For
spring quarter of 2012, there is no class during week #10. However, there will
be an assignment that is due this week.
Final Exam Guidelines – a partial
#1 : Wrapup, Review – For evening classes,
there will not be a lecture prior to your final exam.
#2 : Final Exam
- Project Page – due Sunday, June 3rd at
11:59 PM CST
- A passing grade on the final project
is required to pass the course.
final project may NOT be submitted late!