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HTML Level 2     (details...)

In this intermediate hands-on workshop, the second in the series, you explore the more advanced design techniques of HyperText Markup Language (HTML). You create complex Web pages that use tables and forms to receive input from Web page visitors. The program also introduces you to Common Gateway Interface (CGI) scripting.

Flash Level 2     (details...)

With Macromedia Flash, you can develop interactive and sophisticated Web media content. In this advanced course, the last in a series, you work with symbols and instances, create timelines with independent animations, build more complex navigation controls, work with sound, and optimize your movies for viewing.

HTML Level 1     (details...)

HyperText Markup Language (HTML) is the code that controls the placement of text and graphical elements on a Web page. Even if you use a package like Microsoft® FrontPage to develop your Web pages, you need to understand HTML in order to control your page in all major browsers. HTML is easy to learn, fun to apply, and can be used to create very sophisticated Web page layouts. This fundamental program, the first in a series, explains the basic concepts of HTML and gives you hands-on experience creating Web pages using HTML.

HTML Level 3     (details...)

This advanced program, the last in a series, teaches you how to use HyperText Markup Language (HTML) to incorporate sophisticated and creative features into Web pages. You gain hands-on experience using interactive elements, exploring frame and image maps, and embedding Java Applets into a page. You are also introduced to Cascading Style Sheets (CSS).

Dreamweaver Level 2     (details...)

In this course, you will work with advanced Web Site creation features available in Dreamweaver, including libraries and behaviors. In addition, you will use many of the new features available within the HTML 4 standard, including style sheets and layers.

Flash Level 1     (details...)

Macromedia Flash enables you to create rich media content for Web Sites. This program, the first in a series, gives you hands-on experience in creating and animating objects. You explore the basics of Flash, including tools and features, and create different types of animations. You also publish material to the Web.

Dreamweaver Level 1     (details...)

Identify site planning considerations. Create a new Web Site. Add text and applying formatting. Insert text and images, set image properties. Create and format tables. Add links within a site, and use images as links, and create image maps. Build a frame-based set of pages.

Flash Level 2     (details...)

With Macromedia Flash, you can develop interactive and sophisticated Web media content. In this advanced course, the last in a series, you work with symbols and instances, create timelines with independent animations, build more complex navigation controls, work with sound, and optimize your movies for viewing.

HTML Level 1     (details...)

HyperText Markup Language (HTML) is the code that controls the placement of text and graphical elements on a Web page. Even if you use a package like Microsoft® FrontPage to develop your Web pages, you need to understand HTML in order to control your page in all major browsers. HTML is easy to learn, fun to apply, and can be used to create very sophisticated Web page layouts. This fundamental program, the first in a series, explains the basic concepts of HTML and gives you hands-on experience creating Web pages using HTML.

Flash Level 1     (details...)

Macromedia Flash enables you to create rich media content for Web Sites. This program, the first in a series, gives you hands-on experience in creating and animating objects. You explore the basics of Flash, including tools and features, and create different types of animations. You also publish material to the Web.

HTML Level 2     (details...)

In this intermediate hands-on workshop, the second in the series, you explore the more advanced design techniques of HyperText Markup Language (HTML). You create complex Web pages that use tables and forms to receive input from Web page visitors. The program also introduces you to Common Gateway Interface (CGI) scripting.

Dreamweaver Level 2     (details...)

In this course, you will work with advanced Web Site creation features available in Dreamweaver, including libraries and behaviors. In addition, you will use many of the new features available within the HTML 4 standard, including style sheets and layers.

HTML Level 3     (details...)

This advanced program, the last in a series, teaches you how to use HyperText Markup Language (HTML) to incorporate sophisticated and creative features into Web pages. You gain hands-on experience using interactive elements, exploring frame and image maps, and embedding Java Applets into a page. You are also introduced to Cascading Style Sheets (CSS).

Dreamweaver Level 1     (details...)

Identify site planning considerations. Create a new Web Site. Add text and applying formatting. Insert text and images, set image properties. Create and format tables. Add links within a site, and use images as links, and create image maps. Build a frame-based set of pages.

Flash Level 2     (details...)

With Macromedia Flash, you can develop interactive and sophisticated Web media content. In this advanced course, the last in a series, you work with symbols and instances, create timelines with independent animations, build more complex navigation controls, work with sound, and optimize your movies for viewing.

Dreamweaver Level 2     (details...)

In this course, you will work with advanced Web Site creation features available in Dreamweaver, including libraries and behaviors. In addition, you will use many of the new features available within the HTML 4 standard, including style sheets and layers.

Flash Level 1     (details...)

Macromedia Flash enables you to create rich media content for Web Sites. This program, the first in a series, gives you hands-on experience in creating and animating objects. You explore the basics of Flash, including tools and features, and create different types of animations. You also publish material to the Web.

HTML Level 1     (details...)

HyperText Markup Language (HTML) is the code that controls the placement of text and graphical elements on a Web page. Even if you use a package like Microsoft® FrontPage to develop your Web pages, you need to understand HTML in order to control your page in all major browsers. HTML is easy to learn, fun to apply, and can be used to create very sophisticated Web page layouts. This fundamental program, the first in a series, explains the basic concepts of HTML and gives you hands-on experience creating Web pages using HTML.

HTML Level 3     (details...)

This advanced program, the last in a series, teaches you how to use HyperText Markup Language (HTML) to incorporate sophisticated and creative features into Web pages. You gain hands-on experience using interactive elements, exploring frame and image maps, and embedding Java Applets into a page. You are also introduced to Cascading Style Sheets (CSS).

Dreamweaver Level 1     (details...)

Identify site planning considerations. Create a new Web Site. Add text and applying formatting. Insert text and images, set image properties. Create and format tables. Add links within a site, and use images as links, and create image maps. Build a frame-based set of pages.

HTML Level 2     (details...)

In this intermediate hands-on workshop, the second in the series, you explore the more advanced design techniques of HyperText Markup Language (HTML). You create complex Web pages that use tables and forms to receive input from Web page visitors. The program also introduces you to Common Gateway Interface (CGI) scripting.

Dreamweaver Level 2     (details...)

In this course, you will work with advanced Web Site creation features available in Dreamweaver, including libraries and behaviors. In addition, you will use many of the new features available within the HTML 4 standard, including style sheets and layers.

Flash Level 1     (details...)

Macromedia Flash enables you to create rich media content for Web Sites. This program, the first in a series, gives you hands-on experience in creating and animating objects. You explore the basics of Flash, including tools and features, and create different types of animations. You also publish material to the Web.

Dreamweaver Level 1     (details...)

Identify site planning considerations. Create a new Web Site. Add text and applying formatting. Insert text and images, set image properties. Create and format tables. Add links within a site, and use images as links, and create image maps. Build a frame-based set of pages.

HTML Level 3     (details...)

This advanced program, the last in a series, teaches you how to use HyperText Markup Language (HTML) to incorporate sophisticated and creative features into Web pages. You gain hands-on experience using interactive elements, exploring frame and image maps, and embedding Java Applets into a page. You are also introduced to Cascading Style Sheets (CSS).

HTML Level 1     (details...)

HyperText Markup Language (HTML) is the code that controls the placement of text and graphical elements on a Web page. Even if you use a package like Microsoft® FrontPage to develop your Web pages, you need to understand HTML in order to control your page in all major browsers. HTML is easy to learn, fun to apply, and can be used to create very sophisticated Web page layouts. This fundamental program, the first in a series, explains the basic concepts of HTML and gives you hands-on experience creating Web pages using HTML.

Flash Level 2     (details...)

With Macromedia Flash, you can develop interactive and sophisticated Web media content. In this advanced course, the last in a series, you work with symbols and instances, create timelines with independent animations, build more complex navigation controls, work with sound, and optimize your movies for viewing.

HTML Level 2     (details...)

In this intermediate hands-on workshop, the second in the series, you explore the more advanced design techniques of HyperText Markup Language (HTML). You create complex Web pages that use tables and forms to receive input from Web page visitors. The program also introduces you to Common Gateway Interface (CGI) scripting.

Dreamweaver Level 2     (details...)

In this course, you will work with advanced Web Site creation features available in Dreamweaver, including libraries and behaviors. In addition, you will use many of the new features available within the HTML 4 standard, including style sheets and layers.

HTML Level 3     (details...)

This advanced program, the last in a series, teaches you how to use HyperText Markup Language (HTML) to incorporate sophisticated and creative features into Web pages. You gain hands-on experience using interactive elements, exploring frame and image maps, and embedding Java Applets into a page. You are also introduced to Cascading Style Sheets (CSS).

Dreamweaver Level 1     (details...)

Identify site planning considerations. Create a new Web Site. Add text and applying formatting. Insert text and images, set image properties. Create and format tables. Add links within a site, and use images as links, and create image maps. Build a frame-based set of pages.

Flash Level 1     (details...)

Macromedia Flash enables you to create rich media content for Web Sites. This program, the first in a series, gives you hands-on experience in creating and animating objects. You explore the basics of Flash, including tools and features, and create different types of animations. You also publish material to the Web.

HTML Level 1     (details...)

HyperText Markup Language (HTML) is the code that controls the placement of text and graphical elements on a Web page. Even if you use a package like Microsoft® FrontPage to develop your Web pages, you need to understand HTML in order to control your page in all major browsers. HTML is easy to learn, fun to apply, and can be used to create very sophisticated Web page layouts. This fundamental program, the first in a series, explains the basic concepts of HTML and gives you hands-on experience creating Web pages using HTML.

HTML Level 2     (details...)

In this intermediate hands-on workshop, the second in the series, you explore the more advanced design techniques of HyperText Markup Language (HTML). You create complex Web pages that use tables and forms to receive input from Web page visitors. The program also introduces you to Common Gateway Interface (CGI) scripting.

Flash Level 2     (details...)

With Macromedia Flash, you can develop interactive and sophisticated Web media content. In this advanced course, the last in a series, you work with symbols and instances, create timelines with independent animations, build more complex navigation controls, work with sound, and optimize your movies for viewing.

HTML Level 3     (details...)

This advanced program, the last in a series, teaches you how to use HyperText Markup Language (HTML) to incorporate sophisticated and creative features into Web pages. You gain hands-on experience using interactive elements, exploring frame and image maps, and embedding Java Applets into a page. You are also introduced to Cascading Style Sheets (CSS).

Dreamweaver Level 1     (details...)

Identify site planning considerations. Create a new Web Site. Add text and applying formatting. Insert text and images, set image properties. Create and format tables. Add links within a site, and use images as links, and create image maps. Build a frame-based set of pages.

HTML Level 2     (details...)

In this intermediate hands-on workshop, the second in the series, you explore the more advanced design techniques of HyperText Markup Language (HTML). You create complex Web pages that use tables and forms to receive input from Web page visitors. The program also introduces you to Common Gateway Interface (CGI) scripting.

Dreamweaver Level 2     (details...)

In this course, you will work with advanced Web Site creation features available in Dreamweaver, including libraries and behaviors. In addition, you will use many of the new features available within the HTML 4 standard, including style sheets and layers.

HTML Level 1     (details...)

HyperText Markup Language (HTML) is the code that controls the placement of text and graphical elements on a Web page. Even if you use a package like Microsoft® FrontPage to develop your Web pages, you need to understand HTML in order to control your page in all major browsers. HTML is easy to learn, fun to apply, and can be used to create very sophisticated Web page layouts. This fundamental program, the first in a series, explains the basic concepts of HTML and gives you hands-on experience creating Web pages using HTML.

Flash Level 1     (details...)

Macromedia Flash enables you to create rich media content for Web Sites. This program, the first in a series, gives you hands-on experience in creating and animating objects. You explore the basics of Flash, including tools and features, and create different types of animations. You also publish material to the Web.

Flash Level 2     (details...)

With Macromedia Flash, you can develop interactive and sophisticated Web media content. In this advanced course, the last in a series, you work with symbols and instances, create timelines with independent animations, build more complex navigation controls, work with sound, and optimize your movies for viewing.

HTML Level 1     (details...)

HyperText Markup Language (HTML) is the code that controls the placement of text and graphical elements on a Web page. Even if you use a package like Microsoft® FrontPage to develop your Web pages, you need to understand HTML in order to control your page in all major browsers. HTML is easy to learn, fun to apply, and can be used to create very sophisticated Web page layouts. This fundamental program, the first in a series, explains the basic concepts of HTML and gives you hands-on experience creating Web pages using HTML.

HTML Level 2     (details...)

In this intermediate hands-on workshop, the second in the series, you explore the more advanced design techniques of HyperText Markup Language (HTML). You create complex Web pages that use tables and forms to receive input from Web page visitors. The program also introduces you to Common Gateway Interface (CGI) scripting.

Dreamweaver Level 1     (details...)

Identify site planning considerations. Create a new Web Site. Add text and applying formatting. Insert text and images, set image properties. Create and format tables. Add links within a site, and use images as links, and create image maps. Build a frame-based set of pages.

Flash Level 1     (details...)

Macromedia Flash enables you to create rich media content for Web Sites. This program, the first in a series, gives you hands-on experience in creating and animating objects. You explore the basics of Flash, including tools and features, and create different types of animations. You also publish material to the Web.

Flash Level 2     (details...)

With Macromedia Flash, you can develop interactive and sophisticated Web media content. In this advanced course, the last in a series, you work with symbols and instances, create timelines with independent animations, build more complex navigation controls, work with sound, and optimize your movies for viewing.

HTML Level 3     (details...)

This advanced program, the last in a series, teaches you how to use HyperText Markup Language (HTML) to incorporate sophisticated and creative features into Web pages. You gain hands-on experience using interactive elements, exploring frame and image maps, and embedding Java Applets into a page. You are also introduced to Cascading Style Sheets (CSS).

Dreamweaver Level 2     (details...)

In this course, you will work with advanced Web Site creation features available in Dreamweaver, including libraries and behaviors. In addition, you will use many of the new features available within the HTML 4 standard, including style sheets and layers.