Classes

Week 2: xHTML Part 2, SFTP

Overview Homework Review  Register as a user of this blog. Post a comment to this blog post to let me know that you are registered and include the address for your  ”wordpress blog”. Each week following this you will post a link to your homework on your own WordPress blog in the comments section of this blog. Go to WordPress and create a blog that you will use to house your homework for this class. Under appearances, select themes and...

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Week 1

“In the Future Everyone will be famous for 15 minutes” -Andy Warhol 1968 “On the Web, everyone will be famous to fifteen people” -David Weinberger* 2002   The Class Blog This is the class blog. All lessons, homework, readings, and resources for the class will be posted through this blog. All of you will be required to register on the blog, and I will use the email address that you sign up with to communicate with you outside of the...

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Week 12: Bringing it Home

ou’ve learned a lot this semester and now it’s time to bring it all home. Let’s review some really important things: WEEK 1: EVERY SITE YOU BUILD SHOULD HAVE: Page Structure In order for a Web browser to recognize a file as an HTML document, it must contain the proper structure. At the minimum, it must contain five basic tags. These tags must appear in the correct order. The page structure tags are as follows: DOCTYPE tells the Web...

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Week 11: Fav Icons, Search Engine Optimization

Read and Review: Web development process How to create a great resume NY Creative Interns Smashing Magazine Like them on Facebook Dosomething.org Internships Available WEBSITE PRESENTATION: Final Project Wednesday, December 19, 2012 is the las day of class. Everyone will be presenting their final websites on Wednesday, December 19, 2012. You will present in the following order: Daljit James Chad Lakeya Final Project...

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Week 10

PHASE III: DEVELOPMENT This phase encompasses the programming of  your site. It’s important to “comment” your code so that you keep organized. Keep referring back to your style frames as a blueprint for your coding. Be strategic about building one page at a time to avoid problems as you go. Code templates for each page   Completely code one page before moving on to the next You can place dummy text and/or images as...

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