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  • These days, just about every company, institution, and organization wants to have a presence on the Internet. Webmasters design, develop, and maintain these highly visible Web sites.
  • As a Webmaster, you might be called upon to work in a group developing interactive e-commerce or e-business sites.
  • You could be in control of an auction site, a discussion group, an online newsletter, a physician's appointment page, an organization's membership site, or you could be developing a marketing presence for a new product.
  • Webmasters are often the first to test new and state-of-the-art equipment as well as the latest software.
  • They’re allowed to indulge in artistic and professional freedoms rarely seen in any other industry—and can often work from home or use flextime.


  • Understand and appreciate the World Wide Web as it relates to both personal and business use
  • Be able to use solid design techniques and audience analysis to construct a Web page that fits a target purpose and audience
  • Formally design, compose, and structure information to appear on a Web site
  • Use HTML and DHTML to construct Web pages with text, lists, links, tables, graphics, frames, forms, and other dynamic features of a Web page
  • Be able to evaluate the costs and benefits of doing business on the World Wide Web
  • Plan, design, implement, and maintain a Web site
    Developing a Basic Web Page
  • Introducing the World Wide Web
  • Creating and HTML Document
  • Adding Graphics and Special Characters
  • Adding Hypertext Links to a Web Page
  • Creating a Hypertext Document
  • Web Page Structures
  • Linking to Documents and Other Internet Objects
  • Designing a Web Page
  • Color Schemes and the Font Tag
  • Working With Color and Images
  • Understanding Image Maps
  • Designing a Web Page With Tables
  • Tables on the World Wide Web
  • Modifying the Appearance of a Table
  • Designing a Page Layout With Tables
  • Using Frames in a Web Site
  • Creating a Frame Layout
  • Working With Frames and Hypertext Links
  • Creating Web Page Forms
  • Common Gateway Interface Scripts
  • Control Elements Part 1 and Part 2
    Working with Cascading Style Sheets
  • Inline, Embedded, and External Styles
  • Font, Color, and List Styles
  • Links, Containers, and Block-level Elements
  • Programming With Java Script
  • Server-side and Client-side Programs
  • Variables, Expressions, Operators, and Functions
  • Conditional Statements, Arrays, and Loops
  • JavaScript Objects and Events
  • Form Validation and the Document Object Model
  • Event Handlers and Calculated Fields
  • Control Elements and Form Submission
  • Creating a Multimedia Web Page
  • Sound Formats, Rates and Resolution, and Embedding
  • Video Formats, Frame Rates and Codes, and Embedding
  • Java Applets, Marquees, and Nesting Object Tags
  • Dynamic Page Layout
  • Dynamic Content and Style
  • Working With Special Effects
  • Working With Event Model
  • Working With Windows and Frames

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