DMA 165 Web Tools • 5 Cr.
Course teaches students to use basic and intermediate features of web HTML editing tools, such as Macromedia Dreamweaver and similar software, to create and manage dynamic web sites. Topics include formatting text, inserting images, using tables and frames, adding layers and behaviors, using animation tools, ways to customize and extend functionality, and database integration. Enforced prerequisite: DMA 161 at BC with a C- or better, or entry code. DMA 165 replaces WEBMM 210. Either DMA 165 or WEBMM 210 may be taken for credit, but not both.
After completing this class, students should be able to:
- Explain and apply the features and elements of the Web HTML editing tool
- Design Web pages with clean HTML source code using HTML editors
- Apply Web tool libraries and templates to achieve a uniform look to the Web site
- Create, edit, and format text
- Import and customize images
- Edit and maintain the Web site using the site-management tools
- Create and edit tables, frames, and forms
- Using coding, behavior, and dynamic animation tools to make the Web site dynamic
- Customize the Web tool
- Create Web pages where the content is dynamically generated from a database