Training CIW

Training goals

Site Development Associate teaches you essential Web page development skills. You will learn to develop Web sites using Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) and Extensible HTML (XHTML). You will learn to write code manually, as well as use graphical user interface (GUI) authoring tools. You will also learn to insert images, create hyperlinks, and add tables, forms and frames to your Web pages.

In addition to learning about XHTML and HTML coding, you will learn about CGI and use it to connect Web pages to databases. Other topics include validating your XHTML code, recognizing the importance of Internet marketing and search engine optimization, using style sheets to format Web page content, and implementing fundamental design concepts. Throughout the course, you will learn how Web sites are developed as managed projects. You will also identify e-commerce solutions and relate Web site development to business goals.

Site Development Associate provides an introduction to tasks, job roles and careers in Web development. This course will teach you to work as a productive part of a Web site development team. Hands-on labs include real-world scenarios based on a previously live version of the Habitat For Humanity site. Note that students will build prototype pages using Habitat For Humanity content. This content is provided by Habitat For Humanity with permission to use it in labs teaching site development skills. The prototype pages that students build do not necessarily represent, duplicate or simulate the current live Habitat For Humanity Web site, which can be visited at www.habitat.org.

Students and professionals who are interested in Web site development can benefit from the CIW Site Development Associate course and/or certification:

  • IT professionals
  • Marketing professionals
  • Graphic artists
  • Web site designers

Conspect Show list

  1. Markup Language and Site Development Essentials
    • Creating Web Pages Mobile and Cloud Issues
    • Text Editors and Markup
    • Languages
    • Graphical User Interface (GUI)
    • Editors
    • History of Markup Languages
    • The HTML Web Development
    • Trifecta: HTML5, CSS and
    • JavaScript
    • Web Site Development Principles
    • Hosting and Web Service Providers
    • The Habitat for Humanity Web Site
  2. HTML5 Coding
    • Introduction to Using HTML
    • Elements and Markup Tags
    • Document Structure Tags
    • Web Site File Structure
    • Preparing Your Development
    • Environment
    • Paragraph Formatting and Block-Level Elements
    • Text-Level Elements
    • Lists
    • Good Coding Practice
  3. Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) and Graphical Elements
    • Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)
    • Separating Content in HTML
    • Images in Web Pages
    • HTML Entities
    • Specifying Colors
    • Page Colors and Backgrounds
    • Specifying Font Information
    • Web Design Issues
    • HTML5 and Older Browsers
  4. Hyperlinks
    • Introduction to Hyperlinks
    • The Anchor Element
    • Creating Local Hyperlinks
    • Creating External Hyperlinks
    • Using Images as Hyperlinks
    • Creating Internal Links
    • Managing Hyperlinks
  5. HTML Tables
    • Introduction to HTML Tables
    • CSS Properties for All Table
    • Elements
    • Table and Data Alignment Options
    • Height and Width of Table Elements
    • Column and Row Spanning
    • HTML Tables vs. CSS Page
    • Structure
  6. Web Forms
    • Introduction to Web Forms
    • Web Forms and CGI
    • HTML5 and Forms
    • Basic Tags for Creating Web Forms
    • Web Form Fields
  7. Video, Audio and Image Techniques
    • Introduction to Web Video, Audio and Image Techniques
    • The ElementThe ElementGraphic Types
    • Image Maps
    • Image Transparency
    • Image Interlacing
    • Animation
    • Mobile Device Issues with Animation and Plug-Ins
    • Creating and Managing Images
  8. Extending HTML
    • Extending HTML
    • Server-Side and Client-Side Languages
    • Server-Side Languages
    • Client-Side Languages
    • Dynamic HTML (DHTML)
    • Document Object Model (DOM)
    • HTML5 APIs
    • Canvas
    • Offline Web Application
    • Geolocation
    • Drag-and–Drop Functionality
    • Web Application Frameworks
    • Connecting to a Database
  9. GUI HTML Editors and Mobile Web Sites
    • Introduction to GUI HTML Editors
    • Types of GUI Editors
    • GUI HTML Editor Functionality
    • Creating Web Pages with a GUI Editor
    • HTML Text Editors vs. GUI Editors
    • Previewing Pages and Validating Code
    • Web Site Publishing
    • Developing Web Pages for Mobile Devices
    • Mobile Apps vs. Mobile Web Sites
    • Converting a Web site for Mobile Users
    • Working with Web 2.0
  10. Web Site Development for Business
    • Developing a Business Web Site
    • E-Commerce Considerations
    • Internet Marketing and Search
    • Engine Optimization (SEO)
    • E-Commerce Payment Technologies
    • Working in a Global Environment
    • Databases and Web Pages Optimizing the Impact of the Web Page
    • Front-End Issues
    • File Formats and Active Content
    • Back-End Issues
    • Bandwidth and Download Time
    • Naming Web Page Files
Download conspect training as PDF

Additional information

Requirements
No prior experience using the Internet, developing Web pages or configuring networks is necessary. However, students should be familiar with an operating system such as Microsoft Windows Vista before taking this course. The CIW Web Foundations courseware does not provide entry-level computer literacy. Rather, it builds upon computer literacy training and certifications such as Microsoft Office Specialist (www.microsoft.com). 
Difficulty level
Duration 2 days
Certificate

The participants will obtain certificates signed by CIW. The Site Development Associate course prepares candidates also to take the CIW Site Development Associate exam (1D0-51B is available at Pearson VUE or Prometric test centers.), which if passed earns the individual the CIW Site Development Associate certification.

Trainer

CIW Certified Instructor

Other training CIW | Web Foundations

Training thematically related

Programming

Web Design and Programming

Contact form

Please fill form below to obtain more info about this training.







* Fields marked with (*) are required !!!

Information on data processing by Compendium - Centrum Edukacyjne Spółka z o.o.

530 EUR

close

Discount codes

Discount code may refer to (training, producer, deadline). If you have a discount code, enter it in the appropriate field.
(green means entering the correct code | red means the code is incorrect)

FORM OF TRAINING ?

close

Traditional training

Sessions organised at Compendium CE are usually held in our locations in Kraków and Warsaw, but also in venues designated by the client. The group participating in training meets at a specific place and specific time with a coach and actively participates in laboratory sessions.

TRAINING MATERIALS ?

close

Electronic materials

Electronic Materials: These are electronic training materials that are available to you based on your specific application: Skillpipe, eVantage, etc., or as PDF documents.

Ctab materials

Ctab materials: the price includes ctab tablet and electronic training materials or traditional training materials and supplies provided electronically according to manufacturer's specifications (in PDF or EPUB form). The materials provided are adapted for display on ctab tablets. For more information, check out the ctab website.

 

SELECT TERM TRAINING

No deadlines for this training.

Suggest your own appointment

Upcoming CIW training

Training schedule CIW