Instructor: Lindsay Grace
|Document Name||Description||Week||Printer Friendly|
|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.||0|
|Final Project Guidelines||Detailed description of expectations for final project.||8|
|FTP Instructions||Instructions for posting your web site on school sponsored server space||2||HTML|
|HTML Color Codes||Links to HTML (Hex-value) color code information.||3||HTML|
|Interactive Color Chart||A tool to help you choose HTML web safe colors||3||HTML|
|Midterm Project Requirements||Midterm Project Requirements||3|
|Student Sites (in progress)||Student homework and good/site bad sites.||0||HTML|
|Syllabus||Description of assignments, schedule and grading system.||0|
|Table Samples||Samples of basic table code. This should help with your homework.||3||HTML|
|Web Page Head Content||Information about the head, title and metadata elements. These elements help improve search engine results and browser functions.||2||HTML|
|Web Scripting Must Have Links||A set of useful links for this class.||1||HTML|
|Week 3 homework||Homework assignment description. Please make sure you post the homework at the start of class.||3|
|XHTML and CSS Alternate Reading||An additional resources for learning XHTML/CSS. This is a basic chapter from an OReilly book. If you are struggling with this book, it may helpful to read to read this instead.||4||HTML|
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