Introduction

World Wide Web (WWW) is a collection of server computers on the Internet that house specially formatted documents, which provide links to other documents, graphics, audio files, and video files. The WWW allows us to find and obtain information almost instantaneously from almost any part of the world. These documents are written in HTML (hypertext markup language).


Course Description

The course is intended to help you understand how the WWW works, design and create Web sites with specific objectives, and implement attractive and useful Web pages. You will learn the basic elements of the HTML language, as well as how to utilize FTP, how to use Cascading Style Sheet (CSS), and how to embed Javascript and Applets in HTML pages.

The course will include lectures, demonstrations, hands-on exercises, and projects to be uploaded to a Web server.

Instructor
    Bro. Robert Maruyama, S.M.
   
Class Meeting Times
  TTh 2:00 - 3:20
   
Contact
  rkmaruyama@yahoo.com