|Advanced Web Scripting|
Instructor: Lindsay Grace
|Document Name||Description||Week||Printer Friendly|
|Advanced Web Scripting||Advanced Web Scripting - Summer 2004||0||HTML|
|Client-Server Model Description||A one page description of the client-server model.||1|
|Elements and Attributes: Markup Terms||HTML, XHTML, and XML share a common set terms. Understanding these terms will help you move between the technologies.||1|
|Final Project Guidelines||Guidelines for your final group projects.||4||HTML|
|Introduction to HTML||Chapter 4 Slides from Wendy Lehnert's, Web 101 book. This is a deep link to the Addison Wesley site. Download may be slow||0|
|Vocabulary List||List of terminology from which to study for the midterm.||4||HTML|
|Web Browser Usage Statistics||A copy of statistics published by Charles A Upsdell?s, web designer. The stats outline web usage trends for specific web browsers, screen resoulution, and color depth.(circa 7/2003)||2|
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