Instructor: Lindsay Grace
|Document Name||Description||Week||Printer Friendly|
|Design for Small Screen Display||Reading about designing for small screens (e.g. mobile phone, PDA, etc)||8||HTML|
|Final Project Guide||Description of final project evaluation||7|
|HTML Head Element||Detailed information about the HTML Head element.||1||HTML|
|Syllabus for Web Scripting||Web Scripting Syllabus Spring 2007||0|
|Table Example||A nice clean example of table usage||4||HTML|
|Web Accessability Links||Simulators and related content for improved web design.||8||HTML|
|Web Accessibility Reading||Tips, resources, and how to do good unversal design.||7||HTML|
|Web Scripting Must Have Links||A set of links every web scripter must have||0||HTML|
|Week 2 Web 2.0 Reading||Optional reading about Web 2.0||2||HTML|
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