WEB 210: Web Development II
In this course, students focus on advanced client-side coding for the Web. Various approaches to coding graphical layouts are the primary emphasis and students will be creating valid, standards-compliant pages that render properly cross-browser and cross-platform. Additional topics include ARIA, web page diagnostics, media-specific styling, XML and related languages. Students will also prepare graphic assets for web development. This course contains material previously taught in INP 170.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6; INP 150 minimum grade "C" or INP 150 test minimum score 70% or WEB 110 minimum grade "C" or WEB 110 test minimum score 70%
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