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This course teaches new Web developers how to create static and dynamic hypertext markup language (HTML) pages. Students will learn basic Internet and intranet concepts, the technologies and Microsoft tools that enable Web development, how to create Web documents by using the Microsoft FrontPage Web authoring and management tool and by editing the HTML tags directly, create HTML documents that contain forms, standard controls, ActiveX controls, Java applets, and client-side script, to use the dynamic HTML and data binding features supported by Microsoft Internet Explorer version 4.0. Finally, students will learn how to publish and test Web pages on a Web server.