ICRO 0083: Intermediate to Creating Home Pages
on the World Wide Web
University of Minnesota
Room SH201 (8:30am to 12:00pm)
Instructor: Richard Sinn
This course explores the new "gee whiz" elements
found on the web. This course uses HTML (Hypertext Markup
Language) to create a complex web site. Prerequisite:
Introduction to Creating Home Pages or previous experience
writing web pages. Topics include:
- The planning process for a web site
- Designing individual web pages to create a look
- Quick Review of HTML basic elements including Tables
- Creating Killer Web Sites (Second Edition), David Siegel
- (Teach yourself Web Publishing with HTML 4, Fourth
Edition, Laura Lemay)
- Class notes will be prepared by Richard Sinn
- Initial update for class notes (2/15/98)
- HTML & CGI Unleashed: Everything you need to master
Web development. Sams.net
- Building a Web Site: The Programmer's Guide to Creating,
Building, and Maintaining a Web Presence, Net.Genesis and
- Creating Killer Web Sites: The Art of Third-Generation
Site Design, David Siegel
- Inside the World Wide Web, New Riders
- Oh yes, the whole World Wide Web
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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