In this course you define a mission statement, explore what works and what does not work in the context of web design. You plan your site using web planning tools; you learn to collect and create content that is effective for the medium. Using Adobe Creative Suite Web Application tools – Dreamweaver you create web pages, graphics, animations and the look and feel of your website. You design layout, create text, images, links, tables, frames, forms, rollovers, special effects and learn to embed audio and video into your website. In addition you learn to optimize your site and manage traffic in to your site.
The course has seven key components: advanced CSS, Flash animation, advanced graphics, CMS, eCommerce, Search Optimization & Hosting. You start by creating a static website on Dreamweaver; advance your CSS know how, deepen your Dreamweaver skills and learn to master the way content is displayed on your site. You learn to create Flash animations and embed them into your website. You learn digital color models, image compositing techniques and raster graphic design from a web centric point of view. Using one of the cutting-edge, popular applications you learn CMS and create a second website that is dynamic. You get introduced to PHP programming and learn the nuances about its usage. You learn about eCommerce solutions and payment gateways. Finally, you get introduced to search optimization and hosting interfaces.
By the end of the course you end up with multiple sites, static and dynamic, embedded with self developed, flash and advanced graphic assets.
This course is for individuals who can design a static or dynamic website and want to add e-Commerce functionality; they want to master search engine optimization and develop proactive solutions to make the best of their web-traffic.
This course is for those individuals who want to develop applications for the web. You can find web applications everywhere on the Internet. Many of these web applications are used to process online forms, tally opinion polls, take orders within online stores, allow users to book a service, or simply to display the user's login name. Which Java technologies do you need to create a web application? The answer depends on what kind of application you're building and what it does.
In this Content Management course you learn the fundamentals of PHP programming and build a dynamic, database driven e-commerce web site using a popular Content Management application and the PHP programming language. Since PHP is a task-specific language, the course covers the most important range of functions in depth, and equips you to understand the remaining less essential aspects..