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Business and Information Technology Education
Web Scripting Foundations
Students will develop web-authoring skills through the application of authoring and/or scripting languages as they design security-enhanced solutions.
Carrie DeMuth
Fundamentals of Web Design or Web Authoring Languages
Select and implement Web technologies, such as XML, JavaScript, Dynamic HTML, Style Sheets, and Scripting Languages.

Define Internet communications protocols.

Identify security-related issues related to Internet clients in the workplace and configure user customization features in web browsers including: preferences, caching, cookies.

Recognize essential database concepts.

Identify languages commonly used to provide database connectivity to websites.

Create server-side and client-side applications with platform-independent solutions.

Use Authoring and/or Scripting Languages to define classes, objects, event handlers, variables, functions, methods, events, strings, expressions, subroutines, and arrays.

Mange flow control.

Exhibit object-oriented design knowledge and programming techniques.

Write dynamic, high-performance web applications.

Demonstrate and apply knowledge of web programming and hosting

Differentiate between various versions of Internet programming.

Demonstrate knowledge of how to use standard programs to produce an Internet application.

Identify authoring programs specifically designed for Internet programming production.

Compare/contrast features, strengths, and weaknesses of different authoring programs.

Apply knowledge of basic web programming.

Demonstrate knowledge of how to interface client/server.

Demonstrate knowledge of client-side processing and its advantages/disadvantages.

Identify security issues related to client-side processing.

Identify standard scripting languages (e.g., JavaScript, Visual Basic Script, ActiveX).

Demonstrate knowledge of the uses and advantages/disadvantages of various scripting languages.

Demonstrate knowledge of how to use a scripting language to program a site.

Demonstrate knowledge of how to use advanced communication protocols.

Apply knowledge of web hosting.

Identify hardware requirements and software options for a server.

Establish a domain name.

Comply with TCP/IP.

Apply knowledge of web programming.

Demonstrate knowledge of purpose of web content delivery enablers (e.g., CGI, API, SSI).

Identify job roles and responsibilities in the IT Industry.

Design and apply essential aspects of the cascading style sheets standard for page layouts.

Follow the steps involved for testing, optimizing, hosting, and implementation of a website.

Troubleshoot, compress, publish, and export animations.

Identify steps in the Web site planning development and/or maintenance process.

Define electronic commerce (e-commerce) and related technologies and concepts necessary to develop a secure, useful interface (i.e., storefront).

Represent technical issues to a non-technical audience.
(Select from the following)

CIW Java Script Specialist

CIW Professional Application Developer:
- Foundations Exam
- Application Developer Exam

ProCert: AJAX

Brainbench (select one):
- Flash
- JavaScript Fundamentals
- VB Script
- XML Concepts
Adobe -

CIW - Certified Internet Web Professional -

WOW - World Organization of Webmasters -

Brainbench - Online Learning Library

HTML & XHTML, ISBN 0-13-031054-9

JavaScript Programming for the Absolute Beginner, ISBN 0-7615-3410-5

Designing Web Pages with Cascading Style Sheets

HTML & XHTML, The Complete Reference, ISBN 007222942X

JavaScript, The Complete Reference, 2nd Edition, ISBN 00722253576

HTML, JavaScript, and Advanced Internet Technologies, ISBN 0-619-26627-9

Microsoft WSH and VBScript Programming for the Absolute Beginner, ISBN 1-59200-731-7

Adobe Flash CS3 Professional, ISBN 13: 978-0-321-49982-0, ISBN 10: 0-321-49982-4

CIW Training Materials

Certified Internet Web Professional (CIW) -

Career Cluster Resources for Information Technology -
Career Majors That Sequence This Course
Career Cluster Pathway Career Major
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Information Technology Web and Digital Communications E-Commerce Designer
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Information Technology Web and Digital Communications Web Designer
Information Technology Web and Digital Communications Web Developer
Information Technology Web and Digital Communications Webmaster