There are a few places left on this workshop in Manchester next week,
09:30 - 16:30 Thursday 13th September 2001 Manchester Computing
Many people now have the basic skills to develop simple Web pages
using HTML. Having produced these pages which are attractive and
functional, authors would like to progress to more dynamic and
interactive content. Examples include reacting to user mouse and
keyboard actions, configurable pages and local processing of data,
provides a simple extension to HTML which is easy to learn and can
quickly produce sophisticated and effective results. Anyone with a
basic knowledge of HTML can enhance the potential of their Web site
for teaching, learning, marketing and general information provision
using Java Script.
This is a practical workshop for World Wide Web authors. The
workshop focuses on the issues and practical aspects of designing
as a stand-alone workshop, it also follows on from the popular
Netskills workshop "Authoring on the Web", and is a natural
companion to the Netskills workshop "Creating Interactive Web
The workshop will comprise presentations, demonstrations and
hands-on sessions with opportunities for questions and discussion.
Participants will each receive a workbook which contains workshop
exercises, presentation slides and other relevant materials.
Topics covered will include:
* adding interactivity to Web pages
* the concepts of actions and events
* dynamic images
* overview of standards and browser compatibility
By the end of the workshop participants will have:
Participants should have previously used the World Wide Web
through a browser such as Netscape or Internet Explorer and MUST
have authored simple Web pages using HTML. Knowledge of basic
HTML tags such as those for including images and hypertext links is
essential. An awareness of how to create Web forms would be useful.
Experience of using Microsoft Windows for opening and saving files
would be helpful. Note that this workshop does NOT require
programming skills from participants, and is not designed to provide
comprehensive programming competency.
The cost of the workshop is £ 120 for participants from higher and
further education. Other participants should contact Netskills for the
Note: Costs include lunch, morning coffee and afternoon tea.
For more information about Netskills workshops, including
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0191 222 5001
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