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CIW Site Designer Certification Bible

CIW Site Designer Certification Bible

Natanya Pitts, Chelsea Valentine, Ed Tittel (Series Editor)

ISBN: 978-0-764-54841-3

Dec 2001

800 pages

Select type: Hardcover

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Description

From basic concepts to more technical topics, CIW Site Designer Certification Bible serves not only as a must-have for those taking the Site Designer exam, but an invaluable resource for anyone working on designing Internet sites in today's business world. The book covers design methodology, layout, graphics, multimedia, development, HTML structure, metadata, cascading style sheets, servers, cookies, plug-ins, 3rd party tools, and more.
Preface.

Acknowledgments.

PART I: Exploring Web Site Design Methodology.

Chapter 1: Basic Design Concepts.

Chapter 2: Page Layout and Design.

Chapter 3: Site Navigation.

Chapter 4: Graphics.

Chapter 5: Multimedia.

Chapter 6: The Development Process.

PART II: Understanding Web Site Design Technology.

Chapter 7: HTML Standards and Compliance.

Chapter 8: HTML Tables and Page Structure.

Chapter 9: HTML Frames and Site Design.

Chapter 10: Metadata in HTML.

Chapter 11: Cascading Style Sheets.

Chapter 12: Plug-Ins and Downloadable Files.

PART III: Using Web Site Development Tools.

Chapter 13: Microsoft FrontPage 2000.

Chapter 14: Macromedia Dreamweaver 3.0.

Chapter 15: Allaire HomeSite 4.5.

Chapter 16: Macromedia Flash 5.0 and Dynamic Media.

PART IV: Applying Advanced Design Technology.

Chapter 17: JavaScript and Client-Side Web Scripting.

Chapter 18: Java Applets in Web Pages.

Chapter 19: Extensible Markup Language and Authoring.

Chapter 20: HTTP Servers and Cookies.

Chapter 21: Web Site Publishing and Database Technology.

Appendix A: What's on the CD-ROM.

Appendix B: Objective Mapping.

Appendix C: Sample Exam.

Appendix D: Exam Tips.

Appendix E: HTML 4.01 Elements and Attributes.

Appendix F: CSS2 Properties and Values.

Appendix G: Design Resources, Style Guides, and References.

Glossary.

Index.

End-User License Agreement.

CD-ROM Installation Instructions.
ChapterPageDetailsDatePrint Run
CD ID#45CD Question ID#45,Question: Which of the following resolutions and number of pixels per inch should you keep in mind while building graphics for Web pages?

Answer 1: 800 ( 600, 300
Answer 2: 800 ( 600, 72
Answer 3: 640 ( 480, 300
Answer 4: 640 ( 480, 72

Explanation: You should build graphics for Web pages with a happy medium in mind: 800 ( 600 screen resolution and 72 pixels per inch.

Errata: The correct answer should have been D, 640 x 480 @72dpi
7/31/02
CD ID#61CD Question ID#61,Question: Which of the following file formats do not support layers? (Select all that apply.)

Answer 1: GIF
Answer 2: JPEG
Answer 3: BMP
Answer 4: WPG

Explanation: The GIF and JPEG file formats do not support layers. When you save an image as a GIF or JPEG, all of the layers are automatically flattened for you.

Errata: The answer should have been A, B, & C. GIF, JPEG and BMP do not support layers.
2/5/03
CD ID#230CD Question ID#230,Question: Which of the following flavors of XHTML provides a formatting tag-free set of markup?

Answer 1: XHTML Frameset
Answer 2: XHTML Strict
Answer 3: XHTML Transitional
Answer 4: XHTML Formset

Explanation: XHTML Strict provides a formatting tag-free set of markup that focuses only on using markup to define Web page structure. If you opt for this flavor of XHTML, you need to use style sheets to drive the display of your pages.

Errata: The correct answer should have been B, Strict XHTML , this is supported by the explanation.
10/22/02