CIW Site Development Associate

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Certification Provider

ciw
 

Exam Code

1D0-61B

 

Exam Name

CIW Site Development Associate

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About Site Development Associate Exam

The CIW Site Development Associate course prepares applicants to take the CIW Site Development Associate test, which grants the applicant the certification of the CIW Site Development Associate if passed. You are best prepared to start the CIW Web Design Specialist program once you have received this certification.

Objectives 

  • Demonstrate the requisite information to create a Web page.
  • Add HTML files to images and graphical formatting, and generate and edit images and audio.
  • Define the concepts of design and colour for Web pages and use them.
  • Build a simple HTML form that accepts input from the user.
  • Describes the Extensible Markup Language (XML) and establishes its characteristics and acceptable use.
  • Define and ensure page/site usability for important Web site navigation problems.
  • Identifying and implementing critical aspects of the standard for Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), including CSS versions 1, 2, and 3.
  • To build web pages, use the most recent Hypertext Markup Language (HTML5) version.
  • Identify technologies to enhance the Web experience of the customer, including programming languages, multimedia technologies.
  • Build Web pages by using GUI-based HTML editing tools.
  • Test and evaluate problems with website results.
  • Identify phases in the design and production phase of the Web site.
  • Identify key challenges in the creation and management of a website, including the project management, examinations, legal problems.
  • Plan and offer oral presentations during and after the production of your website.
  • Defining the requisite technologies and concepts for electronic commerce (e-commerce) and related technologies and concepts to build a secure, useful interface (i.e., storefront).
  • Demonstrate knowledge of languages commonly used to supply database connectivity to the websites.
  • Identify the advantages and disadvantages of running your Web server or using a service provider.
  • Identify common techniques to handle the experience of an end-user and improve the creativity of the site.
  • When designing Web sites, consider copyright and ethical problems.
  • Web template pages according to industry guidelines.

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