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Introductory slides for the Website Development class

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    • Website Development CIS-1151-VU02 Summer 2010
    • Textbook
      • Learning Web Design By Jennifer Niederst Robbins
    • Additional Supplies
      • USB Thumb Drive is Strongly Recommended – 2GB or more
    • Contact
      • [email_address] (Best)
    • Course Flow
      • XHTML
          • Create a simple page
          • Marking up text
          • Adding Links
          • Table Markup
          • Forms and Standards
          • Midterm
      • CSS
        • Formatting Text
        • Colors and Backgrounds
        • Thinking inside the Box
        • Floating and Positioning
        • Page Layout
        • Final
    • Grading Division Percent Homework & Assignments 10% Midterm 40% Final – Build your own website 50%
    • Attendance
      • Missing more than three (3) classes will result in failure.
      • Students who arrive more than 15 minutes late to class will be marked as absent.
      • If for some reason you need to miss class, please let me know. Send me an email. mfcarter@gmail.com
    • Additional
      • Respect your fellow students and work to help each other.
      • Do not use cell phones nor text during class.
    • Questions?