In the 21st Century, virtually every enterprise is, to some extent, wired to the web. As a result, headhunters have their eyes peeled for a special breed of multi-talented web developer. Their ideal candidate is well-versed and educated in the start-to-stop process of using software and programming languages to bring web pages to life. Clients and employers have a wide... range of demands to fit their business goals, from simple text-and-image pages to the more complicated multimedia social networks and web-based applications.
One of the best ways for aspiring or current web developers to gain either entry-level know-how or expand upon their current knowledge base is to consider an online Internet and web development degree. Not only do these programs promise the flexibility of being able to log into class at one's convenience, they also deliver a "learn by doing" approach through multimedia education modules and project-based assignments. Because ability levels vary among students, courses are usually designed with different levels in mind.
If your motivation is to learn how to use the power of the Web to market your company's products and services, an online Internet marketing certificate may be a good fit. This course teaches the Internet marketing techniques that businesses use to improve the efficiency of their virtual advertising. Students could learn how to build and market brands, and how the marketing process works in planning, executing, pricing, promoting, distributing, and maintaining long-term relationships with customers.
What if your interests lie in the technical side of the web? That is where an online course on intranet and extranet technologies may provide a strong technical background that many employers seek. Whatever your personal academic goals are, there are shared objectives to many of online programs, courses and certifications at each level. First, they are designed so students learn the technical abilities and credentials to execute 21st century techniques in a competitive job market. Secondly, they offer students an insider's glimpse into the industry's inner workings. Finally, some programs have the long term goal — career attainment — in mind, by allowing for valuable networking opportunities peers, mentors and instructors.
Learn the skills you need to begin a career in web design by completing the Web Page Designer training program at home. It's convenient, affordable and accredited.
This course focuses Web page design using HTML. HTML code is quite easy to learn, so students don't need any experience with programming.
To introduce key DHTML technologies and demonstrate how they can be used to add dynamic content to web pages.
To teach basic web development techniques.
To teach basic HTML programming.
To introduce LiveWire^s Site Manager and Application Manager.
To enable the student to understand the Authoring Server Suite in NetObjects.
To create and develop a web site using NetObjects TeamFusion Client.
To teach the principles of effective GUI design for web-based applications.
In this course the student will learn how to create tables and frames in an HTML document. The student will also learn how to use graphics to make a web site more dynamic..
In this course the student will learn how to create fill-in forms that transfer data to the Novell Web server..
In this course the student will learn about web tools, including NetObjects Fusion, that help create and publish a web site.
In this course the student will learn how to create an Internet home page which includes headings, paragraph tags, horizontal tags and lists.
This course will get you inside your animation and game characters. Who are they? Where did they come from? Why are they holding that chainsaw? Course #: CAR 302
Web design for people with disabilities.