Welcome to CPTR204—Website Design & Implementation
Here you will learn to:
- create Web pages using the HTML5 structure elements
- embed video and audio
- develop cross browser user-input forms
In addition, you will learn techniques for code validation and testing, form creation, inline form field validation, and mobile design for browsers and apps, including RWD.
- be able to create web pages using HTML5 and CSS3
- validate HTML and CSS code
- use WordPress to create a website
- explain website security principles
- use style sheets extensively to format Web page content
- employ search engine optimization (SEO) techniques
- All class assignments must be submitted on AEorion (unless indicated otherwise) before the due date.In case of late submitted assignment, there will be 10% off of your grade point each day after the due date. There will be 100% off your grade point (you receive 0 point) 4 days after the due date.
- Quizzes may be announced or unannounced, and they will cover the assigned reading material. Only students with medical excused absences will be allowed to make up a quiz and then only within one class period of the date when the student returns to classes.
- There will be periodic tests over sections of material covered in class lectures, reading, and assignments. Only students with excused absences will be allowed to make up a test and then only within one class period of the date when the student returns to classes
- CHEATING, DISHONESTY, AND PLAGIARISM
- Any form of cheating is sufficient for an automatic “F” for the course.The instructor deals seriously with it as a minimum penalty will be a zero for the assignment, quiz or test. Further action may be taken at the instructor’s discretion.
My name is Ayanna Mills. I am a second year Computer Science student, who enjoys reading, coding and watching movies. I hope to develop knowledge in the disciplines of Computer Science and Aeronautical engineering worldwide. Here's one of my favourite quotes by Winston Churchill:
Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts