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Standards in internet technology application

  • Class 30
  • Practice 30
  • Independent work 90
Total 150

Course title

Standards in internet technology application

Lecture type

Obligatory

Course code

22-01-511

Semester

3

ECTS

5

Lecturers and associates

Course overview

This module introduces students to the fundamental standards in internet technology application using HTML and CSS with a focus on fundamentals supporting rich HTML pages with CSS interactions and multimedia support.

Students will learn about:
• Standards used in applying Internet and Web technology.
• HTML language, its basic elements, standards of writing tags, and attributes.
• Creating forms and new form use with elements defined in the specification of HTML5.
• Editing and positioning of HTML elements using CSS rules.
• Using CSS to build responsive web pages.
• Creating rich HTML pages using CSS animations, transitions, and multimedia.

The module is taught through the integration of theory, know-how, and individual practical learning and problem-solving. The module assessment is based on individual student projects and homework with an individual approach. The individual student project is based on an individual practical approach to the creation of a website with a minimum of six web pages applying learned techniques and methods.

This module is a part of the front-end core of the study, actively taking students through multimedia solution development, specifically focusing on Web technologies. Skills learned in this module will contribute significantly to other subsequent front-end core modules.

Literature

Essential reading:
1. Schafer, S. M. (2010) HTML, XHTML, and CSS Bible. 5th Edition. Indianapolis: Wiley Publishing

Recommended reading:
2. Goldstein, A., Lazaris L. and Weyl E. (2015) HTML5 and CSS3 for the Real World. 1st edition. Collingwood: SitePoint Pty

Further reading:
3. Duckett, J. (2010) Beginning HTML, XHTML, CSS, and JavaScript. 1st edition Indianapolis: Wiley Publishing, Inc,

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Minimal learning outcomes

  • Create a static HTML page, according to the detailed specification.
  • Choose the appropriate CSS styles, according to the specification and apply them to the HTML page to stylize the various elements.
  • Create simple CSS animations and transitions and adapt them to the specified web page.
  • Create a web page with multimedia content, using the appropriate CSS.

Preferred learning outcomes

  • Choose the appropriate HTML elements to create a static HTML page, according to the detailed specification.
  • Choose the appropriate CSS styles, according to the specification and apply them to the HTML page to design the HTML page and make it responsive.
  • Create complex CSS animations and transitions and adapt them to the specified web page and make them cross-browser compatible.
  • Create a responsive web page with multimedia content, a user interface that has CSS transitions, using the appropriate CSS.
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