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Introduction to Web Development Technologies
(Microsoft Training Course: 1912) - 5 days - £2640 exc VAT



> Target Audience
THIS COURSE HAS NOW RETIRED. PLEASE SEE THE SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION FOR DETAILS OF ALTERNATIVE COURSES.
This course is intended for people who want to develop dynamic and professional-looking business Web sites. Ability to write macros or computer code is not assumed, but would be useful.
> Course outline
  1. Internet Concepts
  2. Using a Web Browser
  3. Basic HTML
  4. Advanced HTML
  5. Using Client-Side Scripts
  6. The following topics are covered in this module:
  7. Accessing a Database
  8. Building Sample Sites

Supplementary InformationThis course has now retired and is no longer available. We suggest you look at Courses [[{http://www.F1Comp.Co.UK/computer_training/Microsoft_Training_Courses/Visual-Studio-2005/2543.aspx}2543: Core Web Application Technologies with Microsoft Visual Studio 2005]] and [[{http://www.F1Comp.Co.UK/computer_training/Microsoft_Training_Courses/Visual-Studio-2005/2544.aspx}2544: Advanced Web Applications Technologies with Microsoft Visual Studio 2005]].
Module 1: Internet Concepts
  • Introduction to the Internet
  • Architecture of the Internet
  • Connecting to the Internet
  • Services Available on the Internet
  • Electronic Commerce
  • Web Development Tools and Technologies
Skills
  • Describe the Internet services and technologies.
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Module 2: Using a Web Browser
  • Features for Developers
  • Configuring Internet Explorer 5
  • Downloading Files Using FTP
  • Comparing Available Web Browsers
Skills
  • Identify the features of Internet Explorer 5
  • Compare some of the commonly used Internet browsers
  • Download files by using File Transfer Protocol (FTP).
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Module 3: Basic HTML
  • Web Page Design Considerations
  • Creating a Web Page
  • Adding Images to a Web Page
  • Creating Tables
  • Formatting Tables
Skills
  • Design and create a simple Web page by using basic HTML tags
  • Create a Web page by using basic HTML tags and FrontPage 2000
  • Add images to a Web page by using HTML and FrontPage 2000
  • Create tables by using HTML and FrontPage 2000.
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Module 4: Advanced HTML
  • Creating Frames Using HTML
  • Creating Frames Using FrontPage 2000
  • Creating Forms Using HTML
  • Formatting Forms
  • Creating Forms Using FrontPage 2000
  • Introducing Style Sheets
  • Using Style Sheets
  • Publishing a Web Page
Skills
  • Create and publish a Web site that uses frames, forms, and style sheets
  • Create frames by using HTML and FrontPage 2000
  • Create forms by using HTML and FrontPage 2000
  • Create style sheets by using HTML
  • Publish a Web page by using FrontPage 2000.
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Module 5: Using Client-Side Scripts
  • Client-Side vs. Server-Side Scripting
  • Client-Side and Server-Side Objects
  • Introducing Client-Side Scripting
  • Using Dynamic HTML
  • Using Event Procedures
  • Using the Document Object Model (DOM)
  • Validating Form Inputs
Skills
  • Add special effects to your Web page by using client-side scripting
  • Write a client-side script by using VBScript
  • Use dynamic HTML to add effects to a Web page
  • Use Microsoft Script Editor
  • Change the style of an element dynamically by using Microsoft Script Editor
  • Use the Document Object Model (DOM)
  • Validate form inputs by using VBScript.
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Module 6: The following topics are covered in this module:
  • Introduction to Active Components
  • List of ActiveX Controls
  • Working with ActiveX Controls
  • ActiveX Control Security
  • Other Active Components
Skills
  • Add special effects to your Web page by using ActiveX controls
  • Add an ActiveX control to a Web page by using FrontPage 2000
  • Describe how Internet Component Download functions
  • Identify the tools available for building ActiveX controls
  • Send data from an ActiveX control to a server
  • Differentiate between ActiveX controls and Java applets.
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Module 7: Accessing a Database
  • Accessing Data From a Text File Using Tabular Data Control
  • Accessing Data From an XML Document
  • Database Access Interfaces
  • Processing Forms
Skills
  • Retrieve data from a database by using ASP
  • Access data from a text file by using the Tabular Data Control (TDC)
  • Navigate through records by using the methods of TDC
  • Access data from an Extensible Markup Language (XML) document
  • Create a data source name
  • Access a database by using the Database Results Wizard in FrontPage 2000
  • Connect to a data source by using Active Data Objects (ADO)
  • Process input form information by using Active Server Pages (ASP).
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Module 8: Building Sample Sites
  • This module includes high-level exercises that help students to practice the skills that they learned in the course.
Skills
  • Design and build a Web site that implements the concepts learned in this course.
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> Pre-Requisites
Before attending this course, students must have the following pre-requisites:
  • Basic knowledge of HTML
  • Some experience in developing Web pages
  • Basic programming experience.
> Purpose
The goal of this course is to provide students with the knowledge and skills necessary to develop Web applications by using Web development tools and technologies such as HTML, Microsoft FrontPage 2000, Microsoft Visual Basic Scripting Edition, Microsoft ActiveX, and Active Server Pages (ASP).At the end of the course, students will be able to create an interactive Web page.
> Supplementary Information
This course has now retired and is no longer available. We suggest you look at Courses [[{http://www.F1Comp.Co.UK/computer_training/Microsoft_Training_Courses/Visual-Studio-2005/2543.aspx}2543: Core Web Application Technologies with Microsoft Visual Studio 2005]] and [[{http://www.F1Comp.Co.UK/computer_training/Microsoft_Training_Courses/Visual-Studio-2005/2544.aspx}2544: Advanced Web Applications Technologies with Microsoft Visual Studio 2005]].