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This presentation includes everything for supporting the careers offered by IT

This presentation includes everything for supporting the careers offered by IT

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    • What is a Web site? A web site is:  a presentation tool;  a way to communicate;  a learning tool;  a teaching tool;  a marketing tool; introduction why examples
    • introduction why examples
    • Step 1 Think!  What is the purpose of the web page/site?  Who is your target audience?  What will bring your audience back?  Where will your audience be using the site? introduction why examples
    • Step 2:Follow The Rules  To create a we site you must follow theses rules:  Rule 1: YOU are NOT the USER. • What you understand is not what a user will understand; ask the users to design the site the way they want.  Rule 2: USERS are NOT PROFESIONALS • Users will not think carefully about the new added features in the Web site without your directions.  Rule 3: Give the common user a little control • Allow the user some choices and the ability to control color and themes on their accounts. introduction why examples
    • Step 2:Follow The Rules  Rule 4: Make sure the visual contents of a site relates to its function.  A nice-looking design must enforce the website functionality  Rule 5: Respect GUI and Web interface conventions.  Designers need to respect conventions of navigation choices, navigation placement, colors, and so on.  Rule 6: Know and respect the Web and Internet medium constraints. • Don’t ignore the differences in the emerging Web medium, color reproduction, bandwidth limitations, and so on. introduction why examples
    • Step 3 Go on a Roundup. Locate images, files, animations, etc. that you might use and place them in your www directory. It is important that all files be in the same folder. If you are going to work at home or some place other than the university computer lab, create a www directory on the hard drive, USB drive or whatever. introduction why examples
    • Step 4 Open Website designing tools like Dreamweaver , FrontPage , SeaMonkey,…and start designing your web pages. Save your work often!!!!!!!! Typically we name the home page in a web site “index.html” introduction why examples
    • Web Development Languages & Tools 1.HTML/DHTML/XHTML 2. Java 3. Web Design Tools e.g.Frontpage, Dreamweaver. 3. Scripting Languages e.g. VBScript, Javascript 4. Cascading Style Sheets 5. XML introduction why examples
    • Reasons for increase in career  High Salary  Modern demands  Interest of the new generation  Growing needs of the people and need of modernization introduction why examples
    • Increase in Software Engineers 45 40 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 Software Engineers 1980 introduction 1990 2000 why 2010 examples
    • Money for Work  In this career high salary is provided  Employees, in some firms, work for more than 9 hours a day  This is the reason for the downfall of software engineers in the year 2000 introduction 45 40 35 30 25 20 15 10 why 5 0 1980 1990 2000 2010 examples
    • Not an Easy Task  Don’t get proper sleep because of long duration jobs  Hurts eyes due to long duration of exposure  Only sitting job which harms the body introduction why examples