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Course Name        BSc IT (Bachelor of Science in Information Technology)

Subject Code       BT0078 (Website Design )

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Website Design Syllabus.

Unit 1: Introduction to Internet
What is Internet? – Definition, Internet from practical and technical angle, Who owns and cares for the Internet? What is TCP/IP? Introduction to RFC, How Internet Works? Internet Applications; Concepts of Server – Client Server Model, Servers; Getting Connected – Different Types of Connections, Requirements for Connections; Internet Service Providers; Address in Internet – The Domain Name System and DNS Servers, IP Addresses; Resource Addressing – URL (Uniform Resource Locator), URLs and HOST Names, URLs and Port Numbers, Pathnames; Email – Email Basics, Mail protocols, How to access the Mail System?

Unit 2: Website Development with HTML - I
HTML Fundamentals 1 – Architecture of Web Page Contents, Browser Specific Tags, Structure Tags, Physical Tags, Logical Tags, HTML Tags, Tools for HTML Validation; Using Graphics – Tools for creating and manipulating Web Graphics, Image Tags and Attributes, Sources for web site graphics, Introduction to Client-Side Image Maps, Tools for creating image maps, GIF, JPEG, and PNG Formats, Transparent Graphics, Transparency and Interlacing of Graphics, Creating Animated Graphics, Interactive Graphics; Constructing Forms; Marketing Your Site – Characteristics of Search Engines, Registering with Search Engines and Directories, The <meta> Tags and Attributes keywords, description and robots, Creating Effective <title> tags, Designing your site for effective Search Engine Optimization.

Unit 3: Website Development with HTML - II
Frames – The <frame> Tags and Attributes, The <frameset> Tags and Attributes, Frame Construction, Frame Navigation; Creating and Managing Styles – Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), <style> Tags and Attributes, Defining Styles, Creating CSS Rules, Using Style Sheets to Support Multiple Browsers, Creating Custom Styles (classes), Using <div> and <span> Tags; Tables – Purpose of Tables, Table Tags, Table Attributes, Using Tables for Page Layout and Structure, Creating Nested Tables; Website Layout and Design – Layout and design Heuristics, Content Organization, Page Size and Load Time Optimization, Navigation Styles, Providing Navigational Feedback, Tables Vs CSS, Use of Color and Graphics; Managing Source Files – Recommended Folder Structure, Testing and Production Folders, Development Steps, File Naming, Version Control; Foundations of Dynamic HTML – DHTML Capabilities, Netscape Vs Microsoft Support for DHTML, <link> Tags and External Styles, Creating Custom Styles (classes), <layer> Tags, Positioning Layers, HTML Vs DHTML.

Unit 4: XML Programming - I
The Need for XML – Introduction, Structured Data and Formatting, Advantages of XML, SGML, XML, and HTML, World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Specifications and Grammars, XML Applications and Tools, Creating and Viewing XML Documents, Transforming XML Documents; XML Document Syntax; Validating XML Documents with DTDs; XML Namespaces.

Unit 5: XML Programming - II
Validating XML Documents with Schemas; Introduction to Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) – SOAP’s use of XML and schemas, Elements of a SOAP Message, Sending and Receiving SOAP Messages (SOAP Clients and Receivers), Handling SOAP Faults, Current SOAP Implementations; Introduction to Web Services – Architecture and Advantages of Web Services, Purpose of Web Services Description Language (WSDL), WSDL Elements, Creating and Examining WSDL Files, Overview of Universal Description, Discovery, and Integration (UDDI), UDDI Registries (Public and Private), Core UDDI Elements, Deploying and Consuming Web Services, ebXML Specifications, ebXML Registry and Repository; Introduction to the XML Document Object Model (XMLDOM).

Unit 6: XML Programming - III
Transforming XML Documents with XSLT and XPath; Formatting XML Documents with XSL-FO – Purpose of XSL Formatting Objects (XSL-FO), XSL-FO Documents and XSL-FO Processors, XSL-FO Namespace, Page Format Specifiers, Page Content Specifiers.


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