Bunker Hill Community College

HTML & Dreamweaver

This course teaches the student the principles and concepts of designing and creating WEB pages in an HTML format. The course is designed to expose the student to the constructs of HTML tags, the attribute modification of HTML tags, the incorporation of CSS tags, CSS pseudo tags, dynamic effects using styles, and class assignments. Additionally, the course will teach the student the utilization of graphics and dynamic graphics used in Web design. Also included will be content presentation control via HTML tables, HTML layers, and HTML frames. The course will explore the requirements, tools and controls used in WEB page development by lecture, in-class practical exercises, and home study exercises. The course will also expose the student to create WEB sites using Dreamweaver as a state-of-the-art web authoring tool to enable rapid deployment of WEB development projects. Course site. To sign up for this class visit the Bunker Hill Community College Website.

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PHP and MySQL

PHP/MySql is a web development programming language that is used to provide dynamic interaction between web content pages and databases. PHP technology permits web developers to retrieve and maintain real-time information for presentation across the web delivery medium. The objectives of this course are to teach the student the skills required to effectively construct real-time web sites for the purposes of e-commerce and real-time information delivery. The student will learn how to design and publish web pages that interact with push/pull actions that interact directly with on-line databases. Prerequisites: HTML & Dreamweaver (CMT111) and SQL Programming (CIT236). To sign up for this class visit the Bunker Hill Community College Website.

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JQuery

This course will provide the student a solid foundation in the use and application of the JavaScript layer known as jQuery. jQuery is an advanced form of JavaScript which provides real-time dynamic effects and multifunctional tasks on a client-side application. jQuery is often viewed in modern web design is a dynamic menu or a dynamic special effect such as a photographic slide show. jQuery is also used to traverse and manipulate the Document Object Model (DOM) and to create user interfaces for mobile devices. Prerequisites: CMT113, CMT117, & CMT125. Course site. To sign up for this class visit the Bunker Hill Community College Website.

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Mobile Application Development

This course will provide the student a solid foundation in bulding mobile web apps using HTML5, along with jQuery Mobile. Students will learn how mobile web apps fit into the set of options for building mobile-friendly web content, build basica animated, interactive mobile web apps and apply styling to mobile sites. A final project of creating a mobile-firendly website is required. Prerequisites: CMT113, CMT117, & CMT125. Course site. To sign up for this class visit the Bunker Hill Community College Website.

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AJAX

Ajax (Asynchronous Java and XML) has emerged as a powerful platform for building web applications with extensive client-side interactivity. Unlike older approaches, which require reloading of the entire page with every postback, Ajax uses the JavaScript DOM, the XMLHttpRequest object, XML, and CSS to download and display just the content that needs to change. The course will teach theoretical and practical practices needed to create an AJAX-based application. Prerequisites: CMT113, CMT117, CMT125, & CMT241. Course site. To sign up for this class visit the Bunker Hill Community College Website.

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Visual Design with HTML & CSS

Visual Design students will learn typography, layout and design in the context of interactive media, using HTML and CSS as visual design tools. Through a variety of on-screen projects, students will build on typesetting and layout skills and practice the principals of interactive design. Projects will focus on web typography, fluid design, functional style, navigation, and kinetic typography on screen. Prerequisite: VMA-132 Typography I: Form, Style, and Hierarchy, with a grade of C or better, or CMT-111 HTML & Dreamweaver, C or better. Course site. To sign up for this class visit the Bunker Hill Community College Website.

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Interactive Design I

Learn digital application interactive design from the ground up in this comprehensive, practical class. Students start by clarifying the goals for the digital application and target audience, and then learn common design processes including basic design elements; page layouts; project site plan; visual design in Photoshop and optimized graphic generation (e.g., optimized images, buttons, and titles). Students will learn to research and develop the visual design for user interface and interaction for digital applications. Prerequisites: VMA-106 Digital Image-Making, VMA-129 Visual Design with HTML & CSS, VMA-133 Typography II, and VMA-135 Illustration for Designers. Course site. To sign up for this class visit the Bunker Hill Community College Website.

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Other Course Offerings

The Art of HTML5/CSS3

Students will learn the foundations of Web Design with HTML5 and CSS3. Students will learn how to create multiple types of Websites using images, internal and external links, tables, forms and more. Students will learn the advantages of applying Casscading Style Sheets (CSS) and how to create page templetes to help with rapid deployment of sites. Students will create 5 basic websites, including a student eportfolio which will showcase their Web Design skills.

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JavaScript Essentials

See how JavaScript can enhance your HTML5/CSS3 Website design. In this course you will learn how to add collapsible menus, reactive backgrounds and design patterns. This course is designed for individuals who already have been exposure to HTML5/CSS3.

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CSS Essentials

There is so much you can do with CSS3. This course will explore how to create a CSS Box Model, add a collapsible menu, animated starbursts and animated buttons. This course is designed for individuals who already have been exposure to HTML5/CSS3.

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Dreamweaver Development

Discover all that Dreamweaver CS5 has to offer! Students will learn to include CSS best practices, the new Navigation toolbar, the simplified site setup, Spry menu bars, improved CSS layouts, and Live view navigation. Students look at basic Web design principles, use of white space and best practices.

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