Web Design & HTML Programming
Unit 3: Revision
Revision questions to the theoretical part introduced previously in Unit 3, including among others:
Integrating a background image with the CSS attribute background-image
Adjusting the background image with the CSS attribute background-repeat
Positioning the background image with the CSS attribute background-position
Defining internal margins with the CSS attribute padding
Defining the width of the border with the CSS attribute border-width
Defining the type of the border with the CSS attribute border-style
Defining the color of the border with the CSS attribute border-color
Combining the notations for border width, border style and border color in the single CSS attribute border
Positioning multiple column layouts with the CSS attribute position
Position type with the CSS attribute position
Defining the starting position with the CSS attributes top, left, right, bottom (in combination with position)
Formatting unsorted lists with HTML and CSS
Sorted lists / numbered lists
Formatting sorted lists with HTML and CSS
Number of files included: 4
1. Revision 1, including 6 revision questions relating to the new material introduced with Unit 3 Theoretical part, 2 pages, PDF file.
2. Revision 1 as above as editable DOCX file.
3. Revision 2, including 6 revision questions relating to the new material introduced with Unit 3 Theoretical part, 2 pages, PDF file.
4. Revision 2 as above as editable DOCX file.
These revision questions are ideal to recapitulate the new content previously introduced with the Theoretical Part of Unit 3 before proceeding to the Practical Part Unit 3.
This HTML and web design course consists of altogether ten units designed to cover one semester of about sixteen hours of lecture. The course covers both HTML and CSS programming providing a continuous progression with units building up on each other.
Each unit consists of a theoretical part introducing the new study material by means of a PowerPoint presentation along with an extensive handout for the students. Each theoretical part also features short revision questions (usually 6 questions) for the students to revise the lesson material.
The related practical part helps the students use the theoretical elements in practice. A complex assignment gives step-by-step instructions to program a sample web page with the learned elements. The programming assignment includes a screenshot of the final website and the programming instructions, clearly structured into 25 – 30 individual instructions.
The HTML programming solution for the teacher is provided together with the practical exercise. All files are provided as PDFs as well as editable DOCX or PPT files so the teacher is able to include personal modifications.
The course is unique in its concept and sophisticated interaction between theoretical and practical parts as appropriate HTML teaching material with a reasonable progression and sufficiently demanding practical exercises for learners is hardly available. The material does not only target students specializing in web design but is comprehensible for students of all fields, also without previous technical knowledge of programming languages.
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