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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;
 ...
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 ...
Step 2:Follow The Rules
 To create a we site you must follow theses rules:
 Rule 1: YOU are NOT the USER.
• What you und...
Step 2:Follow The Rules
 Rule 4: Make sure the visual contents of a site relates to
its function.
 A nice-looking design...
Step 3
Go on a Roundup.
Locate images, files, animations, etc. that you
might use and place them in your www
directory. ...
Step 4
Open Website designing tools like
Dreamweaver , FrontPage ,
SeaMonkey,…and start designing your
web pages.
Save y...
Web Development Languages & Tools
1.HTML/DHTML/XHTML
2. Java
3. Web Design Tools
e.g.Frontpage,
Dreamweaver.
3. Scripting ...
Reasons for increase in career
 High Salary
 Modern demands
 Interest of the new
generation
 Growing needs of
the peop...
Increase in Software Engineers
45

40
35
30
25
20
15
10
5
0

Software
Engineers

1980

introduction

1990

2000

why

2010...
Money for Work
 In this career high
salary is provided
 Employees, in some
firms, work for more
than 9 hours a day
 Thi...
Not an Easy Task
 Don’t get proper sleep
because of long duration
jobs
 Hurts eyes due to long
duration of exposure
 On...
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  1. 1. 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
  2. 2. introduction why examples
  3. 3. 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
  4. 4. 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
  5. 5. 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
  6. 6. 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
  7. 7. 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
  8. 8. 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
  9. 9. 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
  10. 10. Increase in Software Engineers 45 40 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 Software Engineers 1980 introduction 1990 2000 why 2010 examples
  11. 11. 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
  12. 12. 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
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