ICRO 0052: Introduction to Creating Home Pages on the World Wide Web

University of Minnesota - Rochester Center
Room SH201 (Wednesday 8:30am to 12:00pm)
2/11/98, 2/12/98

Instructor: Richard Sinn
Phone: 507-280-9273 (Home), 507-253-0758 (Office)
Email: webmaster@openloop.com, richard_sinn@vnet.ibm.com


A home page on the world wide web is like the cover of a good book, it gets people's attention and draws them in. This course uses HTML (Hypertyext Markup Language) to create a basic web page. Topics includes:


Class Notes



Week Class No Chapters Topics
2/11 1 1-18 Introduction to HTML/WWW
2/12 2 1-18 Table and More

Other references


We will be using most of our software from Windows 95. Netscape browser and Microsoft Internet Explorer.

A demo using Microsoft FrontPage will be made if possible.

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