Nov 26, 2020
INT-1800 Internet and Web Technology
Provides an overview of the Internet and the major applications, relevant standards and protocols, and ethical issues associated with it. Students will learn to develop a website using storyboarding techniques and HTML and manage it via FTP. Hands-on projects that utilize new and emerging communication technologies will be explored.
Prerequisite(s): Reading proficiency; INT-1010 recommended.
Formerly offered as CIS 1800. Students may not receive credit for both CIS 1800 and INT 1800.
2 class/2 lab hours.
(Not offered summer.)
- Create web pages that conform to WC3 HTML standard.
- Use HTML anchor link, image, list, text formatting, mailto and form tags in documents.
- Use WC3 Cascade Style Sheet (CCS) standard in web development.
- Use multimedia (audio, video and animation graphics) in web site development.
- Design site organization and use relative path in development.
- Test and validate site contents with different web browsers.
- Create web documents using a text editor, a code editor and an HTML editor.
- Use File Transfer Protocol (FTP) to upload/download documents to a web server.
- Publish a web site.
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