When you have completed this lesson, you will be able to:
- Describe the Internet, the Web, and their associated terms.
- Specify the difference between a Web page and a Web site.
- Define Web browsers and identify their main features.
- Identify the 13 types of Web sites.
- Discuss how to plan, design, develop, test, publish, and maintain a Web site.
- Identify the methods and tools for creating a Web page and Web site.
- Choose one of the following to complete:
- Research Website Planning. You are working as an assistant to the manager of Upscale Renovations, a firm that specializes in land and garden renovations. The marketing director is considering whether to create a web site for Upscale Renovations, and asks you to conduct some research. Use a search engine and research information about planning a web site. Use Google Document to write a two-page summary (size 12, Times, double-spaced) of what you learned. Reference your sources in a footer in your document. Save the document as Web Site Research-(your initials). Check the spelling and grammar of the finished paper.
- Website Navigation Map. In preparation for an upcoming wedding, the bride is asking members of the bridal party to create a personal web site. She would like to have a homepage, bridesmaid’s page, groomsmen’s page, location/map page, and a schedule page. Use Google Drawing to create a navigation map for your proposed web site. Title the drawing Site Navigation-(your initials). Show the link(s) from the home page to the other two pages. Use Google Document to write a paragraph or two describing the type of structure you created and why you selected that structure. Title the document Navigation Explanation-(your initials). Check the spelling and grammar of the finished paper.
Lesson 1 Folder
- Navigate to your Lesson 1 folder and share it with your instructor. You should have the following files in it:
- Web Development Vocabulary
- Lesson 1 SG
- My Website
- Web Site Structure
- Types of Web Sites
- ISP Host
- Web Site Research or Site Navigation and Navigation Explanation