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Web Development/ASP
(6 Weeks Course)
Introduction to World Wide Web and the popular protocols
  • WWW
  • FTP
  • HTTP
  • e-mail
  • Introduction to HTML
  • HTML version
  • Common sense HTML page layout
  • HTML page navigation
  • Using HTML editors such as FrontPage, Homesite
  • Common HTML tags
  • Hyper text links
  • Table formatting in HTML
  • Frame layout
  • Form and the form elements, learning how to use form to collecting the information from user

    Cascading style sheet (CSS) and Dynamic HTML page

  • Learn how to use style sheet to layout and design the HTML page
  • Dynamic HTML concepts and the difference between Netscape and IE browsers
  • Basic Dynamic HTML page elements


  • Introduction to Client-Side Programming.  JavaScript basic syntax: Variables,
  • Operators, Tags, Statements, Functions, Objects, Arrays
  • Events and Event Handlers: Event Handier Definitions, Initiating JavaScript execution
  • Activating the browser status line: Functionality and mechanics, Default content, Activating the status line
  • Using alter, confirmation and prompts
  • Working with conditionals: dealing with user input, Making conditional decisions, Dynamic document generation, Basic event reaction
  • Opening and closing browser windows: browser window basics, environment definitions and control, Opening and closing windows techniques
  • Working with frames
  • Working with date and time
  • Working with strings
  • Working with numbers
  • Working with forms: Validating user input to forms, Creating interactive forms, Dynamic form content generation
  • Learn to use JavaScript to implement Dynamic HTML page

    Server side programming, CGI, Active Server Page

  • Introduction to server side programming and basic CGI concepts
  • Introduction to Microsoft Active Server Page(ASP) and its major elements
  • Introduction collection concepts
  • Working with Request Object: How HTTP works, ASP Request Object, Collections, Request methods
  • Working with response object: major collections propertied, how to use response to reply to the user requests, response methods
  • Working with session objects: learn how to use session to carry the information between user requests, learn how to use session object to store the application information, session methods
  • Working with application object: major collection properties, application methods
  • Working with server objects: learn how to create the custom objects and use them through server objects
  • Access the database through Active Server Page: Active Data Object (ADO), OELDB, ODBC concepts, using ADO to connect the database with Active Server Page, Developing Internet database related applications
  • The course will be Lab work centered.  The student will develop a useful website by the end of the course.  The project will be either the student's own project or instructor's selection.  The quality of the web project depends on the student's imagination and creativity.  This course will provide all the tools to help students develop a real website application.