To view lecture notes for a given lesson follow the links below. Lecture notes will be added the day of each lecture. Assignments will be listed for each section. Assignments are due before class.
Introduction - Review Syllabus and course expectations - 8.19.2010
Introduction: Our Window to the Web: Web Browsers & Understanding Web Related Terminology - 8.24.2010
Assignment: Download and Install Firefox on your computer. Add the Web Developer and Firebug extensions
Read Chapter 1 in Textbook and complete homework assignment.
Getting Started - 8.26.2010
Assignment: Evaluate your favorite web site based on our discussion of Structure, Content, Design, and Behavior. This is a written assignment that should be emailed to me (email@example.com) no later than 8-31-10. Make sure you discuss the following elements: Site URL, An assessment of the Structure, Content, Design, and Behavior of the site, Things you like about the site, Things you would change.
Structure: Introduction to (X)HTML- 8.31.2010
Assignment Reading: Semantic XHTML (Quiz Material) & Read Chapter 2.
Structure: Introduction to (X)HTML - 9.2.2010
Assignment Reading: (Quiz Material) Read Chapter 3.
Structure: Introduction to (X)HTML - 9.7.2010
Assignment Reading: Read Chapter 4.
Structure: Introduction to (X)HTML - 9.9.2010
Structure: Introduction to (X)HTML - 9.14.2010
Read Chapter 6
Site Management - 9.16.2010
Assignment: Create and Validate a prototype HTML document that includes examples of all HTML elements covered thus far. For a list of requirements view this page.
Emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org on 9.20.10 (Monday)
Reading Assignment: CSS Basics
The Building Blocks: Structure/Design - 9.21.2010
Reading Assignment: Read Chapter 8 - Quiz Material
The Building Blocks: Structure/Design - 9.23.2010
The Building Blocks: Design - 9.28.2010
- Using Classes
- In-class Lab
Reading Assignment: Read Chapter 9 - Quiz Material
Assignment: Create styles for your Prototype HTML Document. You should style all required elements from the previous assignment other than the form. Upload to you web space and email the url to email@example.com before class on 10.5.10
Structure/Design/Content - 9.30.2010
The Building Blocks: Design - 10.5.2010
Assignment: Complete Site questionnaire and create a storyboard for your web site. Emailed by to me by October 7
In Class Lab - 10.7.10
Homework Due 10.12.10 Email me the icon you create as homework.
The Building Blocks: Design - 10.12.10
The Building Blocks: Design - 10.12.10
Homework (Due 10.19.10): Create Banner image for your website in Fireworks. Image should be as wide as your container div and between 80px and 200px tall. < 40kb in size. Emailed optimized version to firstname.lastname@example.org before class.
The Building Blocks: Design - 10.19.2010
Homework: Read Chapter 12
Working with Dreamweaver - 10.21.2010
Bringing It All Together - 10.26.2010
Guest Lecture -10.28.2010
- Melanie Thorton - Web Accessibility
Homework (Due 11.2.10): Explain in your own words what web accessibility means to you & why it is important to build accessible web sites? This is a written assignment that should be emailed to me (email@example.com) no later than 11-2-10.
- Script Resources
Read the following Article on Progressive Enhancement. Send me an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) explaining progressive enhancement in your own words. Please discuss why it is important to use progressive enhancment and include a link to another article you found relating to the topic. Due before class on Tuesday (11.9.10)
- Exploring the functionality of Jquery
- Building web apps with Jquery
The Road Ahead: HTML 5 - 11.16.2010
- What can it do? - 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7
- Who is using it now? - 1
- Browser Support - 1 | 2
- Markup Overview - 1 | 2
- Where to Start - 1 | 2 | 3 | 4
The Road Ahead CSS 3 - 11.18.2010
Lab - 11.23.2010
- Review Grades
- Individual Help
Web Forms - 11.30.2010
Student Requests - 12.2.2010
- Including RSS Feeds on your site - 1 | 2
- Image Galleries | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5
- Next Steps | IFSC 3300 (Sample Syllabus)
- Course Evaluations
Final - 12.9.2010
The link to the final project should be emailed to me (email@example.com) with Your name and Final in the subject line no later than 12:30 on December 9, 2010. Anything sent after this time will not be accepted