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IT/237

INTRO
TO WEB DESIGN II


 

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IT 237 Week 1 Toolwire ® Tutorials and
Toolwire ® Lab: Creating a Basic Web Page

Resources: Toolwire® Lab: Creating a
Basic Web Page Lab

Complete the
Toolwire® Lab: Creating a Basic Web Page.

Create a new
folder on your computer called it237-name, where "name" is the first initial of your first
name and your last name (all lowercase). Do not include spaces or use capital
letters in the folder name.

Complete Toolwire® Tutorial
1 to create the soccer club web page using Microsoft® Notepad or Code
View in Adobe® Dreamweaver®.  Note: This
web page will be enhanced in the week 2 assignment.

Save your web
page as NameTutorial1.html in your it237-name folder on your computer, and
compress (zip) the folder (Maximum file size is 10MB).

Submit the
zip file to the assignment tab.

 

 

IT 237 Week 2 Project Proposal

Resource: Appendix A

Decide on your website's theme for the final
project. Consider using the Project Proposal from IT/236 as your working
document.

Submit the
following:


  • The site's
    purpose: short paragraph to describe what you want the website to
    accomplish

  • The site's
    target audience: Briefly describe for whom your website is intended. You
    may use bullet points.

  • The site's
    message: The message is not a detailed description of all the site's
    content; instead, it is the overriding theme or message, such as a slogan
    or motto. You may include a list of what you want the site to communicate
    to the target audience.



 

 

IT 237 Week 2 CSS Description Types

Describe external, embedded, and inline types of
cascading style sheets (CSS) in a paper of at least 350 words.

Include the
following in your description:


  • A pro and
    con for each type of CSS

  • Where the
    code is written for each type of CSS



Note. In
this assignment, you will be modifying the file "NameTutorial1.html"
from Week One (not the Toolwire lab file "Tutorial1.html" from last
week). The modification is to the Handcoded Site in addition to the Toolwire
Lab.

Post your
paper as an attachment.

Click the
Assignment Files tab to submit your assignment.

 

 

IT 237 Week 2 Toolwire® Tutorial
Enhancement. Adding an Embedded Style Sheet to Modify Headings

Resources: Toolwire® Student
Desktop, Toolwire® Lab: Adding an Embedded Style Sheet to
Modify Headings

Complete the
Toolwire® tutorial.

Open the web
page you created in Week 1 (NameTutorial1.html) using Microsoft® Notepad,
Adobe® Dreamweaver® Code View, or any suitable
text editor.

Add an
embedded style sheet to modify all headings. Add style for the headings by
using unique ideas to create a new look for the page.

Save your
revisions as NameCSS2.html, in your IT237-Name folder on your computer, and
compress (zip) the folder (Maximum file size is 10MB).

Post the
ZIP file to the assignment tab.

 

 

IT 237 Week 3 Home Page

Resource: Toolwire® Student Desktop,
Toolwire® Lab: Creating and Enhancing a Homepage using CSS.  

Resource:
Appendix A

Complete the
Toolwire® Lab: Creating and Enhancing a Homepage using CSS.

Note. Hand-code a basic web page describing your profession,
hobby, or interest using Microsoft® Notepad or Code View in Adobe® Dreamweaver®
as proposed in the Week 2 Exercise: Project Proposal. This page will be the
home page of your project website.

Hand-code a basic web page describing your profession, hobbies, or
interests using Microsoft® Notepad or Code View in Adobe® Dreamweaver®. This
page will be the home page of your website.

Check the HTML code in your “index.html” file using the HTML
Validator in the W3C link located on the student website.

Save your
revisions in your IT237-Name folder on your computer, and compress (zip) the
folder (Maximum file size is 10MB).

Submit the
final file to your instructor.

Click the
Assignment Files tab to submit your assignment.

 

 

IT 237 Week 4 Absolute and Relative
Links

Consider the following folder structure:

A project folder has the following path:
http://www.mywebsite.com/IT237MyProject. The IT237MyProject folder contains a
page called index.html and a folder called Images. A picture named imgLake.jpg
is saved in the Images folder.

Identify, in
a Microsoft® Word document, the difference between
absolute and relative links.


  • Include the
    exact tag you would use to specify a relative link from index.html to
    imgLake.jpg.


    • Explain how to get from index.html to imgLake.jpg
      in a relative fashion.

    • Usedirectional instructions, as you would give
      directions to a physical location.


  • Include the
    exact tag you would use to specify an absolute link from index.html to
    imgLake.jpg.


    • Explain how to get from index.html to imgLake.jpg
      in an absolute fashion.

    • Usedirectional instructions, as you would give
      directions to a physical location.




Post your
paper as an attachment.

Click the
Assignment Files tab to submit your assignment.

 

 

IT 237 Week 4 Expanding Your Website

Resource: Toolwire® Student Desktop,
Toolwire® Lab: Expanding and Optimizing a Web Site

Resource: Appendix
A

Complete the
Toolwire® Lab: Expanding and Optimizing a Web Site.

Note. The
lab is a learning tool to help you complete the assignment. Complete the lab,
worth 5 points of the assignment, as instructed.

Expand the
basic home page from Week Three to a site that includes four to five web pages.


  • Create three
    to four additional web pages with an appropriate heading for each.

  • Save each
    page to your IT237-Name folder.

  • Name each of
    your pages using the .html extension. Use only letters or numbers in the
    filenames; do not include special characters or spaces.

  • Use tags to
    increase accessibility and search engine optimization.

  • Create a
    navigation system with a link from and to every other page.

  • Include at
    least one external link and one in-page anchor or target link, such as
    Top, in one of the new pages.



Check all
of your HTML code using the HTML Validator located on the W3C website.

Save your
revisions in your IT237-Name folder on your computer, and compress (zip) the
folder (Maximum file size is 10MB).

Submit the
final file to your instructor.

Submit your
assignment.

 

 

IT 237 Week 5 Graphic Elements and
Images

Resource: Toolwire® Student
Desktop, Toolwire® Lab: Enhancing a Web Site with CSS and
Images

Resource: Appendix
A

Complete the
Toolwire® Lab: Enhancing a Web Site with CSS and Images.

Note.Thelab
is a learning tool to help you complete the CheckPoint. Complete the lab, worth
5 points of the assignment, as instructed.

Enhance each
of your web pages from Week Four.


  • Apply
    cascading style sheets (CSS) to format elements.

  • Integrate
    image and rule graphics effectively into the site.

  • Add content
    to each page in your website.

  • Add at least
    one list to one of your web pages.



Check all
of your HTML code using the HTML Validator located on the W3C website.

Save your
revisions in your IT237-Name folder on your computer, and compress (zip) the
folder (Maximum file size is 10MB).

Submit the
final file to your instructor.

Submit your
assignment.

 

 

IT 237 Week 6 Quick Check

Resource: New
Perspectives on Blended HTML, XHTML, and CSS

Complete the
six short-answer questions on p. 257 of New Perspectives on Blended HTML, XHTML, and CSS.

Post your
answers in a Microsoft® Word® document
as an attachment.

Click the
Assignment Files tab to submit your assignment.

 

 

IT 237 Week 6 Layout With CSS

Resource: Toolwire® Student Desktop, Toolwire®
Lab: Working with < div Tags and CSS Boxes to Create Content Layout

Resource: Appendix A

Complete the
Toolwire® Lab: Working with < div Tags and CSS Boxes to Create Content
Layout.

Note. The lab is a learning tool to help you complete the
assignment. Complete the lab, worth 5 points of the assignment, as instructed.
For additional reference, please review Session 6.1 of Tutorial 6 in New
Perspectives on Blended HTML, XHTML, and CSS for ideas.


Enhance one
or more pages in your website.


  • Use the
    <div tag to create four sections in at least one of your
    pages.

  • Add content
    to each new section.

  • Set the
    style for one or more sections.

  • Use the
    position property to position two lines of text on at least one web page.



Check all
of your HTML code using the HTML Validator located on the W3C website

.Save your revisions in your IT237-Name
folder on your computer, and compress (zip) the folder (Maximum file size is
10MB).

Submit the
final file to your instructor.

Submit your
assignment.

 

 

IT 237 Week 7 Forms

Resource: Toolwire® Student
Desktop, Toolwire® Lab: Creating and Adding a Web Form to
a Web Page

Resource: Appendix
A

Complete the
Toolwire® Lab: Creating and Adding a Web Form to a Web Page.

Note.Thelab
is a learning tool to help you complete the CheckPoint. Complete the lab, worth
5 points of the assignment, as instructed.

Enhance your
website by doing the following:


  • Add a simple
    web form such as an order form, subscription to a newsletter, or request
    for contact.

  • E-mail the
    form data to yourself by coding the form tag as follows:





窗体顶端



where [email protected] is
your e-mail address.



窗体底端




  • Include the
    following form controls:


    • Text boxes

    • Radio buttons

    • Check boxes

    • A list or drop-down box

    • A Submit button

    • A Reset button


  • Include ID
    attributes with short, meaningful names—without spaces—for every control.
    Each input control must include a label tag to make it easier for the
    audience to identify.

  • Test for
    functionality and usability.



Check all
of your HTML code using the HTML Validator located on the W3C website.

Save your
revisions in your IT237-Name folder on your computer, and compress (zip) the
folder (Maximum file size is 10MB).

Submit the
final file to your instructor.

Submit your
assignment.

 

 

IT 237 Week 8 Professional Standards

Write a paper of at least 350 words answering
the following questions. Use the Internet to conduct your research.


  • How are tags
    used to promote accessibility and search engine optimization?

  • What is the
    importance of professional standards in web development?



Format your
paper consistent with APA guidelines.

Click the
Assignment Files tab to submit your assignment.

 

 

IT 237 Week 8 Website Publishing
Process

Write a 350- to 700-word paper with a
step-by-step checklist of publishing a new website through a website hosting
company.

Identify a
website hosting company on the Internet.

Include the
hosting company‘s link.

Answer the
following questions:


  • What kinds
    of hosting plans does the company offer? Include elements such as length,
    price, and features.

  • What hosting
    plan would you consider for your website? Why would you choose that plan?



Format your
paper consistent with APA guidelines.

Post your
paper as an attachment.

Click the
Assignment Files tab to submit your assignment.

 

 

IT 237 Week 9 Refine Your Site

Resources: Toolwire® Student
Desktop, Toolwire® Lab: Finalizing the Web Site

Resource: Appendix
A

Complete the
Toolwire® Lab: Finalizing the Web Site.

Note.Thelab
is a learning tool to help you complete the final project. Complete the lab,
worth 5 points of the assignment, as instructed.

Finalize your
website to include the following:


  • Four to five
    pages that are properly named

  • Appropriate
    content throughout

  • One form

  • CSS in all
    pages

  • tags in all
    pages

  • One list

  • Valid
    navigation and graphical hyperlinks

  • Clean and
    visually well designed layout

  • Functionality
    and usability of all formatting, links, and forms, ensured through
    thorough testing



Check your
HTML code using the HTML Validator located on the W3C website.

Save your
revisions in your IT237-Name folder on your computer, and compress (zip) the
folder (Maximum file size is 10MB).

Submit the
final file to your instructor.

Submit your
assignment.

 
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