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Designing for the World Wide Web

Learning Objectives:

This lesson shows the students how to work with different kinds of material on the World Wide Web. At the end of the lesson, the students will be able to:
  • Employ the basic methods for displaying elements of multimedia on a web page, including using HTML, CCS, and nibbling
  • Manipulate the appearance of text on the Web
  • Determine which graphics formats are best suited for different types of images and how they can be manipulated
  • Play audio on a web page by embedding the sound within the site
  • Include animation on a web page
  • Include video on a web page with and without the use of plug-ins
When Tim Berners-Lee developed HTML and the hypertext browser model in 1989, he envisioned a system that users of various platforms could use to access information that was primarily text with a few illustrations here and there. Today, the World Wide Web is used to deliver many different types of media, and each type of media can be modified through a seemingly infinite combination of variables. This lesson looks at how the students can work with various types of materials as they prepare multimedia for online consumption.

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