Create a Web Site for Your Engineering Firm - II
In this course, students will continue learning to make information and sales Web sites. This course focuses on Chapter 6 from the fully-illustrated downloadable e-book Web Site ABCs, along with open-source software called Kompozer, available for free download on the Internet. The course provides foundational knowledge by continuing to teach use of Kompozer for multi-page Web site construction.
This two-hour course
provides information on how to use a what-you-see-is-what-you-get HTML editor
to construct a multi-page Web site, laid out with tables.
This course includes
a multiple-choice quiz at the end, which is designed to enhance the understanding
of the course materials.
At the conclusion of this course, the student will learn:
The intended audience is the engineer who wants to learn to build a Web site for his or her firm, to create an informational Web site on a topic of interest, or to sell an e-book.
Benefit to Attendees
This course will lead the engineer step by step with illustrations through the process of creating a multiple-page Web site with conventional layout.
all had some programming experience. But the programming of the Internet is
somewhat different. Learning how HTML works and how to put a Web site together
can benefit any engineer who wants a Web site to help promote his or her business.
This series of three courses leads you step by step through learning simple HTML, creating simple Web sites, and then more complex Web sites of several types. It's all you need to get started with a Web site of your own, using open-source Web creation software Kompozer.
This course uses the fully-illustrated downloadable e-book Web Site ABCs, along with free open-source software called Kompozer, available for free download on the Internet as described in the e-book. This course is second in a series of three.
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Use the e-book
Web Site ABC's, a step-by-step manual packed with screen shots. This second
course in a series of three teaches how to use Kompozer to create more complex Web