Web Design & Web Hosting
WEB DESIGN CERTIFICATE
This program will introduce participants to the development of a web site, including planning, design and construction, and enhancement. To earn a certificate in Web Design, candidates must complete the following five courses: Basics of Web Site Design using HTML and CSS, Dreamweaver Basics, Advanced Dreamweaver, Flash Animation, and Photoshop Techniques for the Web. Software used will include Microsoft Windows, a text editor such as Notepad, Adobe Dreamweaver, Adobe Flash, and Adobe Photoshop. Adobe Creative Suite running in a Windows Operating System will be used in the lab. Prerequisites: Basic Window skills, word processing experience, computer file management basics and familiarity with Internet services such as e-mail and Web browsing. Note: While all of the software used in the computer lab is Windows based, Macintosh users are welcome. The Mac versions of the software are similar enough that there should be no issues, as long as a participant is familiar with the basics of the Mac Operating System.
Instructor: Jay Partlan, has taught credit and non-credit courses at UNH, Granite State College, Northern Essex Community College, New Hampshire Community Technical College and Newbury College
Basics of Web Site Design using HTML and CSS
While creating a sample website you will learn the basics of Extensible Hypertext Markup Language (XHTML) and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). Skills will include creating formatted text, adding images, hyperlinks for page to page navigation, page layout, and page background formatting. Using a text editor and a free Web page editor, you will create a home page and several other linked pages to compose a small website. We will discuss Website transfer and site hosting to get your site online. Note: Though the course is taught on a Windows platform, the techniques covered will also apply to Macintosh systems.
257 CMPA1142-RWA: Tu, 6-9pm, 4 wks, 2/5-2/26, $269 + $69 materials fee + $10 capital fee, Riverwalk
Dreamweaver is a web page editor and web site management application used by most professional designers. Topics will include the Dreamweaver screen/interface, Web page and Web site creation, typing and importing text, text layout using HTML, adding tables, images, and hyperlinks, creating style sheets, and publishing a web site to a web host.
258 CMPA1143-RWA: Tu, 6-9pm, 3 wks, 3/5-3/19, $219 + $29 materials fee + $10 capital fee, Riverwalk
Photoshop Techniques for the Web
A photo editor is an essential tool for preparing images for the web. Students will learn to use Adobe Photoshop’s tools to create images, edit photos and optimize size and quality for use in HTML and Flash based projects. Some of the topics to be discussed will include color corrections, selections, spot touch ups, cropping, resizing, layers, adding text, special effects, compression and more. Students will gain an understanding on how to create headers, background images, banner ads and other content that can then be integrated into Adobe Dreamweaver and Adobe Flash.
290 CMPA1150-RWA: Th, 6-9pm, 3 wks, 3/7-3/21, $219 + $29 materials fee + $10 capital fee, Riverwalk
This class teaches advanced Dreamweaver features including site assets, templates, and head elements. You will learn Web page design features, including HTML and CSS page layout, interactive forms, rollovers, behaviors, using the Div tag with CSS to position elements on a page (AP Divs). Prerequisites: Dreamweaver Basics or equivalent
260 CMPA1144-RWA: Tu, 6-9pm, 3 wks, 3/26-4/9, $219 + $29 materials fee + $10 capital fee, Riverwalk
Gain experience in the functions and capabilities of Adobe Flash. This course will teach you methods to incorporate interface design, illustrations, and animation into websites. We will use the Flash timeline to create animation sequences and examine the testing and publishing process.
261 CMPA1149-RWA: Tu, 6-9pm, 3 wks, 4/16-4/30, $219 + $29 materials fee + $10 capital fee, Riverwalk