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IT 237 Entire Course

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IT 237 Week 1 DQ 1

IT 237 Week 1 DQ 2

IT 237 Week 1 CheckPoint: Toolwire® Tutorials and Toolwire® Lab: Creating a Basic Web Page

IT 237 Week 2 CheckPoint: CSS Description Types

IT 237 Week 2 Exercise: Project Proposal

IT 237 Week 2 Assignment: Toolwire® Lab: Adding an Embedded Style Sheet to Modify Headings

IT 237 Week 3 DQ 1

IT 237 Week 3 DQ 2

IT 237 Week 3 CheckPoint: Home Page

IT 237 Week 4 CheckPoint: Absolute and Relative Links

IT 237 Week 4 Assignment: Expanding Your Web Site

IT 237 Week 5 DQ 1

IT 237 Week 5 DQ 2

IT 237 Week 5 CheckPoint: Graphic Elements and Images

IT 237 Week 6 CheckPoint: Quick Check

IT 237 Week 6 Assignment: Layout With CSS

IT 237 Week 7 DQ 1

IT 237 Week 7 DQ 2

IT 237 Week 7 CheckPoint: Forms

IT 237 Week 8 CheckPoint: Professional Standards

IT 237 Week 8 Assignment: Web Site Publishing Process

IT 237 Capstone Discussion Question

IT 237 Final Project: Refine Your Site

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IT 237 Week 1 CheckPoint: Toolwire® Tutorials and Toolwire® Lab: Creating a Basic Web Page

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CheckPoint: Toolwire® Tutorials and Toolwire® Lab: Creating a Basic Web Page Due Day 5 Resources: Toolwire® tutorials, Toolwire® Student Desktop, Toolwire® Lab: Creating a Basic Web Page Complete the Toolwire® tutorials. Complete the Toolwire® Lab: Creating a Basic Web Page. Note. The Toolwire® tutorial and lab are learning tools to help you complete the CheckPoint. Complete the Toolwire® lab as you are instructed within the lab. The Toolwire® lab is worth 5 points of the CheckPoint’s total points. Create a new folder on your computer under the MyFiles directory called IT237-WK1-Name where Name is the first initial of your first name and your last name. Do not include spaces in the folder name. Note: You will use this naming convention for each week’s folder. Complete Tutorial 1 from pp. 8–38 to create the Web page shown in Figure 1-31 on p. 38 of New Perspectives on Blended HTML, XHTML, and CSS using Microsoft® Notepad or Code View in Adobe® Dreamweaver®. Save your Web page as NameTutorial1.html in your IT237-WK1-Name folder on your computer. Submit the IT237-WK1-Name folder to your Homework folder on Toolwire® . Post a Word document in the Assignments section letting the instructor know that assignment has been complete.

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IT 237 Week 2 Assignment Tool wire® Lab: Adding an Embedded Style Sheet to Modify Headings

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Assignment: Toolwire® Lab: Adding an Embedded Style Sheet to Modify Headings Resources: Toolwire® Student Desktop, Toolwire® Lab: Adding an Embedded Style Sheet to Modify Headings Complete the Toolwire® Lab: Adding an Embedded Style Sheet to Modify Headings. Create a new folder on your Toolwire computer named IT237-WK2-Name. Open the Web page you created in Week One (NameTutorial1.html) using Microsoft® Notepad or Code View in Adobe® Dreamweaver®. Add an embedded style sheet to modify all headings. Add style for only the headings by using your own original ideas for design to create a new look for this Web page. Save your revisions as NameCSS2.html in a new folder named IT237-WK2-Name. Submit the IT237-WK2-Name folder to your Homework folder on Toolwire®. Post a Word document in the Assignments section letting the instructor know that assignment has been complete.

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IT 237 Week 2 CheckPoint CSS Description Types

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CheckPoint: CSS Description Types Describe external, embedded, and inline types of CSS in a paper of no fewer than 350 words. Include the following in your description: A pro and con for each type of CSS Where the CSS code is written for each type of CSS Post your paper as an attachment in the Assignments section

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IT 237 Week 2 Exercise Project Proposal

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Exercise: Project Proposal

Resource: Appendix A

Decide on your Web site’s theme for your final project. Consider using the Project Proposal you created in IT/236: Web Design I as your working document.

Submit the following:

The site’s purpose: A short paragraph to describe what you want the Web site to accomplish

The site’s target audience: Briefly describe for whom your Web site is intended. You may use bullet points to describe your target audience.

The site’s message: The message is not a detailed description of all the content of the site; instead, it is the overriding theme or message of the site, such as a slogan or motto. You may include a bullet list of what you want the site to communicate to the target audience.

Submit the assignment as an attachment in the Assignment section

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IT 237 Week 3 Check Point Home Page

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CheckPoint: Home Page Resources: Toolwire® Student Desktop, Toolwire® Lab: Creating and Enhancing a Homepage using CSS Complete the Toolwire® Lab: Creating and Enhancing a Homepage using CSS. Note. The Toolwire® lab is a learning tool to help you complete the CheckPoint. Complete the Toolwire® lab as you are instructed within the lab. The Toolwire® lab is worth 5 points of the CheckPoint’s total points. Create a new folder on your Toolwire computer named IT237-WK3-Name. Hand code a basic Web page describing your profession, hobbies, or interests using Microsoft® Notepad or Code View in Adobe® Dreamweaver®. This page will be the home page of your Web site. Save your site’s home page as ―index.html‖ to your IT237-WK3-Name folder on your computer. Check the HTML code in your ―index.html‖ file using the HTML Validator located on the W3C Web site. A link to this site is located on the student Web site. Submit the IT237-WK3-Name folder to your Homework folder on Toolwire®. Post a Word document in the Assignments section letting the instructor know that assignment has been complete

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IT 237 Week 4 Assignment Expanding Your Web Site

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Assignment: Expanding Your Web Site Resources: Toolwire® Student Desktop, Toolwire® Lab: Expanding and Optimizing a Web Site, Tutorial 1 on pp. 38–39 of New Perspectives on Blended HTML, XHTML, and CSS Complete the Toolwire® Lab: Expanding and Optimizing a Web Site. Note. The Toolwire® lab is a learning tool to help you complete the assignment. Complete the Toolwire® lab as you are instructed within the lab. The Toolwire® lab is worth 5 points of the assignment’s total points. Create a new folder on your Toolwire computer named IT237-WK4-Name

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IT 237 Week 4 CheckPoint: Absolute and Relative Links

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CheckPoint: Absolute and Relative Links Consider the following folder structure: A project folder has the following path: http://www.mywebsite.com/IT237MyProject. The IT237MyProject folder contains a page called index.html and a folder called Images. A picture named imgLake.jpg is saved in the Images folder. Note: This is a scenario; the actual project folder does not need to exist to be able to complete the CheckPoint. Identify, in a Microsoft® Word document, the difference between absolute and relative links. Include the exact tag you would use to specify a relative link from index.html to imgLake.jpg. Explain how to get from index.html to imgLake.jpg in a relative fashion. Use directional instructions, as you would to give directions to a physical location. Include the exact tag you would use to specify an absolute link from index.html to imgLake.jpg. Explain how to get from index.html to imgLake.jpg in an absolute fashion. Use directional instructions, as you would to give directions to a physical location. Post your paper as an attachment in your Assignment section.

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IT 237 Week 5 Check Point Graphic Elements and Images

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CheckPoint: Graphic Elements and Images Resource: Toolwire® Student Desktop, Toolwire® Lab: Enhancing a Web Site with CSS and Images Complete the Toolwire® Lab: Enhancing a Web Site with CSS and Images. Note. The Toolwire® lab is a learning tool to help you complete the CheckPoint. Complete the Toolwire® lab as you are instructed within the lab. The Toolwire® lab is worth 5 points of the CheckPoint’s total points. Create a new folder on your Toolwire computer named IT237-WK5-Name Enhance each of your Web pages from Week Four. Apply cascading style sheets (CSS) to format elements. Integrate image and rule graphics effectively into the site. Add content to each page within your Web site. Add at least one list to one of your Web pages. Check all of your HTML code using the HTML Validator located on the W3C Web site. A link to this site is located on the student Web site. Submit the IT237-WK5-Name folder to your Homework folder on Toolwire®. Post a Word document in the Assignments section letting the instructor know that assignment has been complete.

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IT 237 Week 6 Assignment Layout With CSS

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Assignment: Layout With CSS Resources: Toolwire® Student Desktop, Toolwire® Lab: Working with Tags and CSS Boxes to Create Content Layout Complete the Toolwire® Lab: Working with Tags and CSS Boxes to Create Content Layout. Note. The Toolwire® lab is a learning tool to help you complete the assignment. Complete the Toolwire® lab as you are instructed within the lab. The Toolwire® lab is worth 5 points of the assignment’s total points. Create a new folder on your Toolwire computer named IT237-WK6-Name. Enhance one or more pages within your Web site. Use the tag to create four sections in at least one of your pages. Refer to Figure 5-3 on p. 215 of New Perspectives on Blended HTML, XHTML, and CSS for ideas. Add content to each of the four new sections. Set the style for one or more sections. Refer to pp. 218–220 & 226 of New Perspectives on Blended HTML, XHTML, and CSS. Use the position property to position two lines of text on at least one Web page. Refer to pp. 228–234 of New Perspectives on Blended HTML, XHTML, and CSS for examples. Check all of your HTML code using the HTML Validator located on the W3C Web site. A link to this site is located on the student Web site. Submit the IT237-WK6-Name to your Homework folder on Toolwire®. Post a Word document in the Assignments section letting the instructor know that assignment has been complete

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IT 237 Week 6 CheckPoint Quick Check

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CheckPoint: Quick Check

Resource: New Perspectives on Blended HTML, XHTML, and CSS

Complete the six short-answer questions in Session 5.1 Quick Check located on the bottom of p. 227 of New Perspectives on Blended HTML, XHTML, and CSS.

Post your answers in a Microsoft® Word® document as an attachment in the Assignment section

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IT 237 Week 7 CheckPoint Forms

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CheckPoint: Forms

Resource: Toolwire® Student Desktop, Toolwire® Lab: Creating and Adding a Web Form to a Web Page

Complete the Toolwire® Lab: Creating and Adding a Web Form to a Web Page.

Note. The Toolwire® lab is a learning tool to help you complete the CheckPoint. Complete the Toolwire® lab as you are instructed within the lab. The Toolwire® lab is worth 5 points of the CheckPoint’s total points.

Create a new folder on your Toolwire computer named IT237-WK7-Name.

Enhance your Web site by doing the following:

Add a simple Web form such as an order form, subscription to a newsletter, or request for contact.

E-mail the form data to yourself by coding the form tag as follows: where youremail@mailserver.edu is your e-mail address.

Include the following form controls:

Text boxes

Radio buttons

Check boxes

A list box or drop-down box

A Submit button

A Reset button

Include ID attributes with short, meaningful names—without spaces—for every control. Each input control must also include a label tag to make it easier for the audience to identify.

Test for functionality and usability.

Course Design Guide

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Check all of your HTML code using the HTML Validator located on the W3C Web site. A link to this site is located on the student Web site.

Submit the IT237-WK7-Name folder to your Homework folder on Toolwire®.

Post a Word document in the Assignments section letting the instructor know that assignment has been complete.

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IT 237 Week 8 Assignment Web Site Publishing Process

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Assignment: Web Site Publishing Process Write a 350- to 700-word paper that includes a step-by-step checklist outlining a process for publishing a brand-new Web site through a Web site hosting company. Identify a Web site hosting company on the Internet. Include the URL of the Web site hosting company. Answer the following questions: What kinds of hosting plans does the company offer? Include elements such as length, price, and features. What hosting plan would you consider for your own Web site, and why would you choose that plan? Format your paper according to APA standards. Post your paper as an attachment in the Assignment section.

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IT 237 Week 8 CheckPoint Professional Standards

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CheckPoint: Professional Standards

Write a paper of no fewer than 350 words answering the following questions. Use the Internet to conduct your research.

How are tags used to promote accessibility and search engine optimization?

What is the importance of professional standards in Web development?

Format your paper according to APA standards.

Post your assignment as an attachment in the Assignment section.

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IT 237 Week 9 Final Project Refine Your Site

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Final Project: Refine Your Site Resources: Toolwire® Student Desktop, Toolwire® Lab: Finalizing the Web Site Complete the Toolwire® Lab: Finalizing the Web Site. Note. The Toolwire® lab is a learning tool to help you complete the final project. Complete the Toolwire® lab as you are instructed within the lab. The Toolwire® lab is worth 5 points of the final project’s total points. Create a new folder on your Toolwire computer named IT237-WK9-Name. Finalize your Web site to include the following: Four to five pages that are properly named Appropriate content throughout One form CSS in all pages tags in all pages One list Valid navigation and graphical hyperlinks Clean and visually well-designed layout Functionality and usability of all formatting, links, and forms, ensured through thorough testing Check all of your HTML code using the HTML Validator located on the W3C Web site. A link to this site is located on the student Web site. Submit the IT237-WK9-Name folder to your Homework folder on Toolwire®. Post a Word document in the Assignments section letting the instructor know that assignment has been complete

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