SCHEDULE OF CLASSES
WEB PAGE DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT
Section: CS 235-151
Credits: 3 credit hours
Availability: 11 (Capacity: 22)
8:00 AM - 9:25 AM
Fulton Campus - F162
Recommended background: BUS 225 or related computer experience. Course provides hands on experience in planning and developing a web page. Students work with the lates versions of HTML and CSS coding languages, a Web Browser, and a web page editor as tools to develop a functional and responsive Web application. Important topics include developing effective page layouts, fonts, colors, graphics, and other interactive Web Page elements. Accessibility and responsive mobile design are also implemented.
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