Introduction to website design website design means planning, creation and updating of websites. Website design also involves information architecture, website structure, user interface, navigation ergonomics, website layout, colors, contrasts, fonts and imagery (photography) as well as icons design.

Web design

Introduction to Web Technologies

  • Careers in Web Technologies and Job Roles
  • How the Website Works ?
  • Client and Server Scripting Languages
  • Difference between a Web Designer and Web Developer
  • Types of Websites (Static and Dynamic Websites)
  • Web Standards and W3C recommendations
  • Basic Web Technology
  • Corel Draw for Button and Scroll Images Creation
  • Photoshop Cs5-For Image Editing & Mockup Creation
  • Dreamweaver Cs3-For Fast Working in Company
  • Dreamweaver Cs5-For Fast Working in Company
  • Dreamweaver Cs6-For Fast Working in Company
  • Html 4.0-Hyper Text Markup Language
  • Html 5.0-Hyper Text Markup Language
  • Css 2.0-Cascading Style Sheet
  • Css 3.0-(Basic Knowledge)
  • Div, Html, Css, Xhtml, Dhtml, Xml

Adding and replacing content with jQuery

  • Updating, adding and deleting element content
  • Inserting nodes into the DOM and manipulating parents and siblings

Dynamically assigning CSS properties

  • Adding and removing CSS rules and classes
  • Controlling element size and position

Creating accessible, unobtrusive JavaScript

  • Leveraging the .ready() method
  • Assigning event handlers programmatically
  • Animating Web Pages with jQuery Effects

Enhancing pages with animations

  • Controlling visibility with .hide(), .show() and .toggle()
  • Combining animations and responding to callbacks
  • Leveraging object literals to control animations
  • Developing custom animations with .animate()
  • Building Responsive Pages with Ajax

Updating page components asynchronously

  • Downloading HTML with the .load() method
  • Calling web services with .get() and .post()
  • Replacing callbacks with chained deferred objects
  • Combining Ajax calls with .when() and .then()

Converting serialized server data to HTML

  • Retrieving JSON with .getJSON()
  • Returning and parsing XML with .ajax()
  • Designing User-Friendly Forms



Exploring jQuery tools for forms manipulation

  • Selecting and setting focus on the first element
  • Responding to focus and blur events
  • Providing real-time feedback via keyboard events
  • Integrating a validation plugin
  • Extending jQuery with Plugins

Integrating popular plugins

  • Leveraging contributions from the jQuery community
  • Extracting embedded data from semantic HTML
  • Manipulating images with slideshows and carousels

Developing jQuery plugins

  • Conforming to best practices and naming conventions
  • Handling multiple elements
  • Enabling method chaining
  • Aliasing $ to avoid namespace conflicts
  • Consuming object literals to override defaults
  • Creating Sophisticated User Interfaces with jQuery UI

Integrating widgets for highly interactive web applications

  • Optimizing screen real estate with accordions and tabs
  • Adding resizable, floating windows with dialog
  • Providing input assistance with autocomplete

Implementing effects

  • Creating color animations with .animate()
  • Leveraging complex animation easings and effects

Adding Web 2.0 functionality

  • Resizing HTML elements
  • Building drag-and-drop user interfaces
  • Building Cross-Platform Mobile Pages with jQuery Mobile

Working with mobile pages and controls

  • Structuring pages with HTML5 data-* attributes
  • Saving space with listviews and collapsible blocks
  • Initializing pages and handling touch events