The unit is delivered using guided problem-solving. Lectures, workshops and laboratories will support the problem-based approach with the use of scaffolding.
Contents include: HTML and CSS for coding web sites; use of a CMS to design, set up, deploy and maintain web sites.
|1.||Develop web sites using HTML coding;|
|2.||Apply CSS to web sites for formatting and presentation of content;|
|3.||Apply a CMS in the design, development and deployment of a web site; and|
|4.||Apply Web design principles in the effective design of Web sites.|
|Test||Test 1 (30 minutes)||10%|
|Laboratory Work||Assessable Lab 1 (1.5 hours)||30%|
|Laboratory Work||Assessable Lab 2 (1.5 hours)||30%|
|Test||Test 2 (1.5 hours)||30%|
Web Design with HTML & CSS3: Complete 8th Ed.
Minnick, J. (2016)
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