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HT1200 HTML, CSS, Javascript, ASP.NET
Duration3 Days
Delivery MethodInstructor Led, Hands-on Workshops
Public Price$1625.00

DESCRIPTION (Return to Top)

This course provides an introduction to web development technologies The course starts out with a brief explanation of different protocols used over the internet e.g., IP, TCP, UDP, HTTP, how web browsers work, what is a web server and how it is created. The course then introduces creating web pages using HTML, proper formatting of web pages through CSS, different styles for presentation of web pages. The course also lightly introduces scripting (Javascript) to allow for client-side validation and animation of web pages. The motivation for server-side processing is given by the need to access databases and exchanging data with other web servers. A brief introduction to server-side technologies ASP.Net and JSP, and creating web applications using ASP.Net is provided. Related programming in .Net languages is lightly introduced. The course then introduces how to access databases, provides an overview of SQL language and examples to access and display database data on the web pages. Finally, a complete web application is developed where the styling of different pages is controlled through the concepts of Master pages and external style Sheets.

AUDIENCE (Return to Top)

Individuals wanting to gain a good overall understanding of web design.

TOPICS (Return to Top)
  • Web Fundamentals
  • Creating Web Pages
  • HTML Enhancements
  • Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) Fundamentals
  • Formatting Web Pages Using CSS – Intermediate CSS
  • Advanced CSS
  • Dynamic HTML - Client-Side Scripting - JavaScript
  • Web Applications - Server-side Scripting
  • Using Databases in Web Applications
  • Complete Example of a Web Application in ASP.Net with CSS styles


Familiarity with the use of Windows operating system. Some knowledge of programming (any language) is helpful but not required.