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jfrancis2
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Course Question

Post by jfrancis2 » Wed May 30, 2018 9:29 pm

James, Do we have a syllabus? I'm just curious as to how the grading and testing will work



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Re: Course Question

Post by james » Fri Jun 01, 2018 8:55 am

jfrancis2 wrote:
Wed May 30, 2018 9:29 pm
James, Do we have a syllabus? I'm just curious as to how the grading and testing will work
1) Admittedly, the syllabus (attached at the bottom of this post) is a simple one; we have our text - we are at about Chapter Four. We have been making good progress in learning about the different HTML tags and in our last class. we looked (for the first time) at CSS. In class I will go over the chapters we will skip -- are there a few of them. Also, This course needs your posting and commenting on the forum ... everyone needs to join in. Also, again, during the class times watch a few youTube videos on HTML, CSS, and Web Design, AND, bring questions to class (and, post them to this forum).

2) GRADING is determined by your attendance in class. Don't miss any days!

3) TESTING is NOT part of the course. But, I do hope you will get involved; you will learn more about the subject and have much more fun sharing your knowledge.

I hope this helps.

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Course Title: HyperText Markup Language -- 77146

Date/Time/Sessions: 5/18 to 6/22 | Friday | 6:30 to 9:30 pm | Room CYC 202

Instructor: James Canavan
E-mail: jcanavan2@verizon.net
Website: jwch.info


Course Description:
Learn how to create your own web site using HTML. Learn the basic HTML syntax, create hypertext links, and add images. Learn how to use HTML structures such as Tables, Frames and Forms. This is a hands-on course; the student will construct several web sites during the course.

Course Prerequisite(s):
Familiarity with the Internet

Course Objectives:
Present HTML as the foundation to web development. Students will gain the basic understanding of page layout, formatting concepts, site navigation, and internet standards. Upon completion, students will be well prepared to enroll with confidence in more advanced web development courses.

Student Expectations:

Textbook(s):
Murach's HTML5 and CSS3 (3rd Edition)
by Zak Ruvalcaba and Anne Boehm; 978-1-890774-83-7

Certification Notes:
Web Master Certification (core class)

Next Class Possibilities:
Cascading Style Sheets, JavaScript, Dreamweaver

Instructor Notes:

Lesson Plan – by week or session
Session 1: Editing and Viewing HTML Files
Setting Up the Document Structure
Session 2: Formatting Text by Using Tags
Using Lists and Backgrounds
Creating Hyperlinks and Anchors
Session 3: Introduction to Style Sheets
Formatting Text by Using Style Sheets
Session 4: Formatting Paragraphs by Using Style Sheets
Displaying Graphics
Session 5: Creating Navigation Aids
Creating Division-Based Layouts
Session 6: Creating Tables
Formatting Tables
Session 7: Creating User Forms
Incorporating Sound and Video
Session 8: Including JavaScript and External Content
HTML

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Re: Course Question

Post by janestuart » Fri Jun 01, 2018 6:36 pm

James,
The book mentions that you can hide the source code for a web page. Curious how to do that?
Thanks,
Jane



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Re: Course Question

Post by james » Mon Jun 04, 2018 12:34 pm

Here is one link about it:

https://www.htmlgoodies.com/beyond/arti ... e-Code.htm

And one from Stack Overflow (an absolute requirement website to know about!)

https://stackoverflow.com/questions/252 ... -html-page

And, of course, Microsoft has a solution for us also:

https://forums.asp.net/t/2116449.aspx?H ... ge+source+

.... is this what the book's solution was saying?

:roll:



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Re: Course Question

Post by janestuart » Fri Jun 08, 2018 1:10 pm

James,
The book says you can hide the source code but doesn't explain how. After reading the articles and comments on the attached links, you can't really hide the code. You can make it harder for the average person to find but not the average hacker.
Thanks for providing the attached links.
Jane



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