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Web Development Training: HTML, CSS, DHTML, JavaScript


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Web Development Training:
HTML, CSS, DHTML, JavaScript



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Client-Side Technologies:

 

Intro to Cascading Style Sheets, level 1 (55 min)
This presentation introduces Cascading Style Sheets, level 1, a W3C Recommendation for formatting HTML pages using platform and vendor independent markup. It explains the specific markup used to set text style, margin size, page layout, and other formatting properties. After viewing this presentation, you will know how to use CSS1 markup to format web pages.
Intro to Cascading Style Sheets Positioning (39 min)
This presentation introduces Positioning HTML Elements with Cascading Style Sheets, a W3C Recommendation for positioning HTML elements on the page using platform and vendor independent markup. It explains the specific markup used to position, hide, show, and stack HTML elements. After viewing this presentation, you will know how to use CSSP markup to set the position, visibility, and stacking order of HTML elements on web pages.
Cross-Browser JavaScript and DHTML (1 hr 50 min)
Learn how to write JavaScript and Dynamic HTML web pages and application UIs that work equally well on Nav4 and IE4 and degrade gracefully for older browsers.

 

Server-Side Technologies:

Introduction to Server-Side JavaScript (63 min)
Learn how to use Server-Side JavaScript in an hour! Topics covered include the difference between client-side and server-side JavaScript, the benefits of SSJS, and the how to compile and run your first application.

 



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Client-Side Technologies:

Intro to Cascading Style Sheets, level 1 (55 min)
complete *.ZIP archive of presentation directory
This presentation introduces Cascading Style Sheets, level 1, a W3C Recommendation for formatting HTML pages using platform and vendor independent markup. It explains the specific markup used to set text style, margin size, page layout, and other formatting properties. After viewing this presentation, you will know how to use CSS1 markup to format web pages.
Intro to Cascading Style Sheets Positioning (39 min)
complete *.ZIP archive of presentation directory
This presentation introduces Positioning HTML Elements with Cascading Style Sheets, a W3C Recommendation for positioning HTML elements on the page using platform and vendor independent markup. It explains the specific markup used to position, hide, show, and stack HTML elements. After viewing this presentation, you will know how to use CSSP markup to set the position, visibility, and stacking order of HTML elements on web pages.
Cross-Browser JavaScript and DHTML (1 hr 50 min)
complete *.ZIP archive of presentation directory
Learn how to write JavaScript and Dynamic HTML web pages and application UIs that work equally well on Nav4 and IE4 and degrade gracefully for older browsers.


Server-Side Technologies:

Introduction to Server-Side JavaScript (63 min)
complete *.ZIP archive of presentation directory
Learn how to use Server-Side JavaScript in an hour! Topics covered include the difference between client-side and server-side JavaScript, the benefits of SSJS, and the how to compile and run your first application.

 

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Web Development and JavaScript:

  • Start Creating Your Own Web Pages

  • Creating High Quality Web Graphics

  • Layout and Design for Your Web Pages

  • Making Your Web Pages Interactive

  • Start Using JavaScript

  • Using JavaScript for Interactivity

  • Using Advanced JavaScript Techniques

Web Design and Graphics:

  • Web Design and Graphics

  • Web Design & Graphics: Making Your Site Fast and Viewable

  • Web Design & Graphics: Building Your Site with Images

  • Web Design & Graphics: Building Your Site with Formatting

  • Web Design & Graphics: Using Other Tools

Dynamic HTML:

  • Dynamic HTML: DHTML and Style Sheets

  • Dynamic HTML: Using JavaScript

  • Dynamic HTML: Objects and Events

  • Dynamic HTML: Styles and Content

  • Dynamic HTML: Data from Other Sources 



Web Authoring Tutorials

  • Web Authoring with HTML: (html)  (pdf)

  • Web Authoring with HTML: Advanced Topics: (html)  (pdf)

  • Web Authoring: Tables and Frames: (html)  (pdf)

  • Web Authoring: Forms and Counters: (html)  (pdf)

  • Web Authoring: Graphics: (html)  (pdf)

  • File Management for Web Site Managers: (html)  (pdf)

  • Internet Programming Lectures



Guides to Web Technologies:

  • World Class Web Site Creation Guide

  • CGI Manual

  • JavaScript Manual

  • Perl Manual

  • SSI Manual

  • HTTP Reference

  • HTML Guide

  • XML Guide

  • PHP Introduction Manual

  • MIME Description



More Web Programming Training Tutorials


Programming with JavaScript: Creating a Programmable Web Page

Working with JavaScript Objects and Events: Enhancing your Forms with JavaScript

Creating a Multimedia Web Page: Enhancing a Page with Sound,Video, and Java Applets

Data files for above three tutorials: file.exe


HTML Reference Table: HTML Tags and Properties

An HTML Tutorial
This tutorial covers the following topics:

  • how to do it right
  • basic tags

  • tables

  • using tables to create layouts

  • frames

  • style sheets

  • navigation is key

  • faster, higher, farther!

  • other resources

Writing HTML
By the time you have reached the end of this tutorial you will be able to construct a series of linked web pages for any subject that includes formatted text, pictures, and hypertext links to other web pages on the Internet. If you follow the steps for the Basic Level (lessons 1-14) you will develop a page about volcanoes and if you go on to the Advanced Level (lessons 15-29), you will create an enhanced volcano web site.

Internet Multimedia Helper: HTML

JavaScript Tutorial
A great 13 chapter tutorial covering the following topics: Introduction To JavaScript, Functions, Writing Text On The Browser Using JavaScript, Operators, If...Else Construct, Switch Case Construct, Loops, Objects, String Objects, Navigator Object, Document Object Model, Events and Forms.

Introduction to JavaScript for the Web
This course discusses the purpose and goals of JavaScript and demonstrates the relationship of JavaScript to HTML, DHTML, Java, JScript, VBscript, and CGI scripts. It introduces the syntax and concepts for major elements of the language, such as classes, arrays, functions, and the major WWW objects, including the Window and Document objects; demonstrates program flow and navigation of objects in a browser; and illustrates these concepts with (1) Forms Verification, (2) user-controlled animation, (3) navigation and control of browser objects, (4) cookies, and (5) animation and mouse-control of DHTML elements, such as CSS and positioning.

Internet Multimedia Helper: JavaScript

HTML and JavaScript Guide (pdf)

JavaScript Course (pdf)

JavaScript Objects, Properties, Methods and Event Handlers

JavaScript Operators, Syntactical Elements, and Keywords

CSS Specification
This specification defines Cascading Style Sheets, level 2 (CSS2). CSS2 is a style sheet language that allows authors and users to attach style (e.g., fonts, spacing, and aural cues) to structured documents (e.g., HTML documents and XML applications). By separating the presentation style of documents from the content of documents, CSS2 simplifies Web authoring and site maintenance. 

Guide to Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)

Style Sheets Now!
Change the appearance of hundreds of Web pages by changing just one file... Influence presentation without losing visitors... All with the power and flexibility of Web style sheets.
Quick Tutorial
A basic introduction to Cascading Style Sheets.
CSS Structure and Rules
An introduction to the various kinds of selectors, pseudo-classes, pseudo-elements, and cascading order.
CSS Properties
Descriptions of the various properties available in Cascading Style Sheets, level 1.
Linking Style Sheets to HTML
Various methods of incorporating style sheets into an HTML document.
Style Sheet Dependence
How to misuse style sheets and make your pages inaccessible.
CSSCheck
Check the syntax and style of your Cascading Style Sheets with this CSS lint.
CSS References
Links to CSS specifications and other documentation.

Cascading Style Sheets: Selectors, Units, Atrributes and Values
Displays the selectors, units, and attributes supported by CSS and the two major browsers.

Cascading Style Sheets Tutorial

CSS Basic:

  • Introduction to CSS
  • CSS Syntax

  • CSS How to

  • CSS Background

  • CSS Text

  • CSS Font

  • CSS Border

  • CSS Margin

  • CSS Padding

  • CSS List

CSS Advanced:

  • CSS Dimensions
  • CSS Classification

  • CSS Positioning

  • CSS Pseudo-classes

  • CSS Pseudo-elements

  • CSS2 Media Types

More CSS:

  • CSS Examples
  • CSS Reference

  • CSS Units

  • CSS Colors


20 Question CSS Quiz
You will get 1 point for each correct answer. At the end of the Quiz Test, your total score will be displayed. Maximum score is 20 points.

Intermediate Graphics for the Web
An intermediate level class which introduces you to some of the more sophisticated graphic applications on the WWW. These include concepts in computer graphics; graphic applications in frames, clickable image maps, and images maps in frames using manual, semi-automatic, and automated methods (such as Microsoft FrontPage and other programs); methods of acquiring and placing graphics from other packages, such as PowerPoint and Excel; how to incorporate streaming media presentations in browsers; how to create and tailor animated GIFS; interactive graphics such as VRML; and how to acquire and modify Java Applets.

  • Graphics Design Based on Edward Tufte's Principles
  • Using Graphics Equipment in the Vislab

  • Clickable Image Maps

  • Scrollable Frames

  • Clickable Image Maps with Frames

  • Making Animated GIFs

  • Exporting PowerPoint and Other Graphics to the Web

  • 3D Animation Using VRML

  • Incorporating Streaming Media in Your Browser

  • Using and Adapting Java Applets



DHTML Tutorial

DHTML Tutorial 1:

  • Simplifying your Code
  • Moving an Object at a Specified Angle
  • Moving an Object in a Circle
  • Moving an Object in a Spiral
  • Passing arguments to the setInterval() and setTimeout() Methods

DHTML Tutorial 2:

  • Creating a TextRange Object
  • Properties of the TextRange Object
  • Methods of the TextRange Object
  • Searching for Text on the Web Page
  • Formatting Text With a Mouse Click

DHTML Tutorial 3:

  • Calling JavaScript functions within the <A> tag
  • Working with the Wave Filter
  • Other Filters and Transitions
  • Creating Transition Effects in Netscape

DHTML Tutorial 4:

  • Displaying Character Codes
  • Hiding Form Elements
  • Canceling a Selection
  • Positioning with Internet Explorer Expressions

DHTML Tutorial 5:

  • Creating a Scrolling Status Bar
  • Scrolling the Browser Window
  • Passing Information to and from a Modal Window
  • Showing Help Windows


Internet and World Wide Web: How to Program

These chapters discuss effective Web page design, server- and client-side scripting, etc.

Free Chapters from 1st edition:

  • Chapter 1 - Introduction to Computers and the Internet (1.2Mb)

  • Chapter 2 (A) - Introduction to Internet Explorer and the World Wide Web (1.2Mb)

  • Chapter 2 (B) - Introduction to Internet Explorer and the World Wide Web (1Mb)

  • Chapter 3 - Introduction to HyperText Markup Language (4 1.3Mb)

  • Chapter 8 - JavaScript/JScript: Introduction to Scripting (1.3Mb)

  • Chapter 17 (A) - Dynamic HTML: Filters and Transitions (1.5Mb

  • Chapter 17 (B) - Dynamic HTML: Filters and Transitions (1.5Mb)

  • Chapter 23 - Electronic Commerce and Security (1.7Mb)

  • Chapter 26 - Active Server Pages (ASP) (1.7Mb)

  • Chapter 28 - XML (Extensible Markup Language) (1.6Mb)

Free Chapters from 2nd edition:

  • Chapter 1 - Introduction to Computers and the Internet

  • Chapter 7 - JavaScript/JScript: Introduction to Scripting

  • Chapter 11 - JavaScript/JScript: Arrays

  • Chapter 15 - Dynamic HTML: Filters and Transitions

  • Chapter 32 - e-Business and e-Commerce


 

 

 


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