Learn to use the most current Web page language to structure Web content. In this fast-paced course students will discover how to control design and layout using cascading style sheets while incorporating links, images, tables and lists.
• Plan and create a home page and supporting web pages using any text editor
• Insert bulleted and numbered lists
• Display tabular data
• Work with images for design and background
• Create and format links
• Control site design and structure through CSS
The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects about 20 percent employment growth for Web developers by 2022. During that period, about 28,500 new jobs will need to be filled in an industry that already has roughly 141,400 positions.
The expansion of e-commerce is expected to be the main driver of Web developer job growth in the next decade. As more companies offer or expand their online retail presence, more Web developers will be needed to build the websites visited by consumers to purchase their favorite products. Increased reliance on mobile search is another reason the industry's employment growth should remain strong.
Take all four classes to earn the Web Design Basics Certificate.
Instructor Todd Raines is the IT Training Coordinator at IPFW. Raines is the 2008 recipient of the University Continuing Education Association (UCEA) Mid-America Region Excellence in Teaching and Faculty Service Award.