Introduction to Web Design Student Edition / Edition 1 available in Hardcover
The hybrid model allows for both print and digital components to be used in the classroom. The print Student Edition teaches the core Web design concepts and the Online Student Manual allows students to apply Web design skills to real life. The application-specific c projects provide step-by-step instruction while the Portfolio projects allow students to apply and extend what they learn.
• Program works seamlessly with multiple Adobe® software applications.
• The Student Edition provides core Web design concepts.
• The Online Student Manuals provide step-by-step instruction and projects, and allow teachers to update their applications without purchasing new textbooks.
• Academic, career, and 21st Century skills are integrated throughout the program. Includes: Print Student Edition
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Table of Contents
Glencoe Introduction to Web Design 2011
Unit 1 - Fundamentals of Web Design
Chapter 2: Computer and Network Basics
Chapter 3: Web Basics
Chapter 4: XHTML Basics
Unit 2 - Designing Web Sites
Chapter 5: Web Site Planning
Chapter 6: Site Content and Layout
Chapter 7: Design and Color
Unit 3 - Enhancing a Web Site
Chapter 8: Web Graphics
Chapter 9: Multimedia
Chapter 10: Web Site Interactivity
Unit 4 - The Web Site Development Process
Chapter 11: Project Planning
Chapter 12: Web Site Development
Chapter 13: Publishing a Web Site
Chapter 14: Web Site Maintenance
Appendix A: Math Handbook
Appendix B: Career Skills Handbook