Hands-On TrainingNo Deadlines Networks &  First Time Systems present

HANDS-ON

Building 
a World-Wide-Web Site


INTRODUCTION | DAY ONE | DAY TWO | DAY THREE | Schedule of Classes


 
Introduction:

During this three-day class, each student learns how to create and maintain a World-Wide-Web Site. They will, among other things: create web pages - including forms, imagemaps and hyperlinks - using Hypertext Markup Language. They will post those pages on the web server they installed, and serve those pages to the World-Wide-Web, having taken the procedure from concept to completion. 

All labs are interspersed with lectures offering them a deeper insight into how the web works, where it came from, where it's going - and how to put it to use to achieve their goals and benefit from it. 


Guaranteed key Benefits


DAY ONE
TOP | INTRODUCTION | DAY ONE | DAY TWO | DAY THREE | I. | II. | III. | IV.

I. THE WEB ON THE RISE

Schedule: Day One 8:30 - 10:00 II. EFFECTIVE PLANNING:
WHAT DO YOU NEED?


CHOOSING YOUR MEANS OF NETWORK ACCESS
Schedule: Day One 10:15-12:00


LAB: Exercise in Planning. Given your specific network requirements, narrow your choice of access methods for your situation. Compare likely upfront and monthly costs.

III. EVALUATING YOUR HOST COMPUTER PLATFORM

Schedule: Day One 1:00-3:00

THE SERVER-BROWSER RELATIONSHIP:

Accounting for the variety of web browsers & servers
and Selecting Among Them

LAB: Software Test Drive:
Become Familiar with Netscape - the (currently) unquestionable leader.
Compare it to other contemporary Web Browsers re: interface and functionality.

IV. OVERCOME THE HURDLE OF LEARNING HYPER TEXT MARKUP LANGUAGE (HTML)
Schedule: Day One 3:15 - 5:00


LAB: Begin Your Webpage using basic HTML Tags 

DAY TWO
TOP | INTRODUCTION | DAY ONE | DAY TWO | DAY THREE

9:00 - 9:15 Review of Day One

V. PLANNING AND DEFINING INFORMATION CONTENT AND STRUCTURE
Schedule: Day Two 9:15-10:15
(page layout and link forms)

VI. SERVER SOFTWARE:
Schedule: Day Two 10:30 - 12:00

FINDING, GETTING, CONFIGURING


LAB: Software Search: You will see in class how to find software on the Internet; including servers, clients and other Internet utilities.
Download WHTTPD Server 
LAB: Server Installation and Configuration: You will install server software and modify server configuration files. You will see first hand how configuration changes will alter the behavior of the server software

VII. USING YOUR LEGACY DOCUMENTS
Schedule: Day Two 1:00 - 2:00


LAB: RTF2HTML - Convert, View, Edit a Word For Windows Document 
LAB: Test Drive HTML Authoring Utilities - You will test drive several contemporary Authoring tools comparing interface and features.

VIII. BUILDING THE LINKS: THE CORE OF YOUR SUCCESSFUL IMPLEMENTATION
Schedule: Day Two 3:15 - 5:00


LAB: Construction of a Web Page: You will build a Web page that uses your knowledge of HTML and utilities.
LAB: Using Mapedit to gather image map data


DAY THREE
TOP | INTRODUCTION | DAY ONE | DAY TWO | DAY THREE

9:00 - 9:15 Review of Day Two

IX. CAPTURING DATA AND TAKING CONTROL OF YOUR WEB PRESENCE
CGI - The Common Gateway Interface:

Schedule: Day Three 9:15 - 10:30 / 10:45-12:00


LAB: Exercise in forms processing: You will write a Web Page to capture and store user demographic information. Gain knowledge of the mechanics of capturing data from your website

X. ONGOING MAINTENANCE
Schedule: Day Three 1:00 - 2:00

XI. IDENTIFYING AND COMBATING SECURITY RISKS
Schedule: Day Three 2:00 - 3:00

XII. Other Labs
Schedule: Day Three 3:15 - 5:00
  1. Trace IP Routing using Trumpet HOP
  2. Bandwidth considerations - Traffic Jams on the I.S.H.
  3. Download and Upload using FTP
  4. You already know pkzip, right?
  5. REVIEW


 
2007 Class Schedule 
July 16-19 Kotzebue, Alaska
World Wide Web
July 22-25 Kotzebue, Alaska eCommerce
TBA
Point Barrow, AK
eCommerce
TBA
Point Barrow, AK
PC-Repair

 

Email class instructor, Alan Runfeldt | TOP