Internet / Web Page Laboratory Spring 98
No, the course is unfortunately cancelled for the Fall semester of 1998. Look for the course again next semester. You may send the instructor an email regarding any questions about web design- even to set up an appointment for one-on-one web design questions. This is my way of compensating for the lack of warning regarding the cancellation of class this Fall, so if you wanted to take the course, you can do the next best thing- send me an email for an appointment, and I can still help you.
Yes, you may still browse through this coursesite. There are a few new issues that I haven't covered but will hopefully be covered next semester, including: other skills you need to get a job as web designer, the practical issues regarding a web design position, and specific problems and pitfalls to avoid as a web designer at a corporation.
And now, back to our regular programming.
Is this your first visit? Yes
To submit your finals: Send one email with your site's final URL, all member's names, email and logins.
New! Type "come.to/cs98"
or "come.to/jester" into your browser and see what
The newer, easier way to come to class!
Visit our sponsoring professor, Steven
If you like this place, come sign up on the interest and feedback form.
Email the instructor (Jeff Luan), or visit his personal site.
A shortcut to the page for , my beautiful pride and joy. She occasionally drops by to check out everything, so count yourself lucky if you see her!
For now, we will put our resources on this page. Individual topics will have their associated resources on the lecture notes.
Working from home: Yes, I expect you to work at home for your final project. To make your life easier, here is a brief tutorial on how you can accomplish this. (Although geared for Win95 users, Mac users can run through this to get an idea.) You can access the FTP tutorial here.
Working from home II: If you want to work from home, here's a short page on how to setup the BIK and other utilities so you can do so. Thanks and credits to Shawn, of CS61B, who has agreed to provide this page. (Modified by me.)
Windows/Mac help files! If you have Windows or a Mac, you can get the HTML 3.2 specification as a help file. The Web Design Group has compiled acceptable versions of HTML 3.2 as Windows help files, Adobe PDF, Mac help file, and other formats. You may download one and use it at your convenience at home.
Itching to get on the Web? This course contains all you'll need to know to design your own web site, or make what you have even better. We'll go through a brief history of the Internet (just enough so you can get that $60K job- just jesting...) and then run through 95% of the entire HTML 3.2 language.
please read through the following "formal" class description, then visit the Frequently Asked Questions link above, as well as read through the news to get a sense of this course. By the way, this course is not affiliated with any of the other CS98 sections; each section is a different course entirely.
By the end of this course, you will:
but most importantly... You'll be paid two units to play on University resources to write cool web pages.
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