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CIW Foundations Course (1D0-510) - Exam Retired - Course Retiring July 2016

CIW Foundations Course (1D0-510) - Exam Retired - Course Retiring July 2016

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CIW Foundations Course (1D0-510) - Exam Retired - Course Retiring July 2016

5 Sessions -
14 Hours of Interactive Training

Learn and understand the basic points of knowledge that comprise Internet technologies. We will show you how to build basic Web pages, work with HTML/XML Code. Apply some of the design factors for usability and navigation states in electronic media. Identify the importance of Quality of Service (QoS), performance issues and their effect on today's web based economy. This course is the first certification in the CIW Certification program, the starting point to a high demand market for Site Designers, Web Server Administration, Web Site Management, or Web Site Developers.

Benefits
  • Starting point for internet users to promote their business
  • Takes you step by step through building a Web site
  • Explains issues and opportunities present in this highly dynamic working environment

About The Author
Since founding PCKeys Technology Solutions in 1995, Erin Olsen has personally trained more than 10,000 people worldwide in a wide variety of applications and technologies. She has assisted numerous organizations to maximize efficiency using Microsoft, Adobe and Macromedia software tools. Erin holds a MOS Master Instructor certification and enjoys a reputation for providing solid foundations in skills applicable to real-world needs in an easy-to-understand and fun manner. She combines technical knowledge with real-world experience allowing her to provide a wealth of practical examples and inside tips to help her audience learn, retain and actually apply their skills.

Session 1

Section A: CIW Foundations

  • What is CIW?
  • IT Career Clusters
  • CIW Certifications
  • How this Course Works
  • Internet Beginnings
  • Network Elements
  • Internet Ownership

Section B: Networking Basics

  • Introduction to Networking
  • Internet vs. WWW
  • Network Types
  • Intranets
  • Extranets
  • Networking Topologies
  • Bus Topologies
  • Ring Topologies
  • Star Topologies
  • Tree Topologies
  • Mesh Topologies

Section C: Hardware Requirements

  • Networking on the Internet
  • Client Connectivity
  • Making a Connection
  • Network Operating Systems
  • Server Connectivity
  • Server Roles

Section D: Getting Connected

  • Network Connections
  • Dial-up
  • LAN
  • Routers
  • Cable
  • DSL
  • Wireless
  • Understanding Bandwidth
  • Broadband
  • Dial-up Connection Speeds
  • Direct Connection Speeds
  • Windows Connection Status
  • Connection Speed Test
  • Internet Statistics

Section E: Internet Service Providers

  • Digital Carrier Systems
  • T-Carrier Features
  • T-Carrier Versions
  • E-Carrier System
  • ISPs and OSPs
  • ISP Criteria
  • EarthLink
  • Comcast
  • Integrity Online

Section F: The OSI Model

  • Internet Protocol
  • Protocols and Standards
  • OSI and Internet Architecture Models

Session 2

Section A: Understanding IP Addressing

  • IP Addressing
  • IPv4 vs. IPv6
  • IP Address Classes
  • Reserved IP Addresses
  • Private Addresses
  • Private IP Addresses
  • Network Map
  • Connection Settings
  • Ipconfig
  • Ping

Section B: Domain Names

  • Domain Names and URLs
  • Top-Level Domains
  • ICANN
  • Virtual Domains
  • Subdividing Domains
  • Domain Name System
  • Viewing Alternate Addresses
  • Registering Domain Names
  • IP Address Resolution

Section C: Protocols and Ports

  • Understanding URLs
  • HTTP
  • FTP
  • SMTP/POP/IMAP
  • DHCP
  • Other Protocols
  • Ports
  • Push vs. Pull

Section D: Understanding Web Browsers

  • Web History
  • Understanding Hypertext
  • HTML Standards
  • Web Browsers
  • Older Browsers
  • Browser Settings
  • Installing Browsers
  • Browser Differences
  • Internet Page Options
  • Adding Favorites
  • Browser Tools
  • Advanced Settings

Section E: Browser Add-Ons

  • Add-Ons Overview
  • Installing Plug-Ins
  • Java
  • ActiveX
  • VBScript
  • Security Issues
  • Managing Add-Ons
  • Installing Add-Ons

Session 3

Section A: Network Security

  • Understanding Network Security
  • Crackers and Hackers
  • What the Pros Know
  • Remote Attack Types
  • Close Proximity Attacks
  • Protection Methods
  • Understanding Cookies
  • Securing Data
  • Digital Certificates
  • Proxy Servers
  • Firewalls

Section B: Viruses

  • Understanding Viruses
  • Virus Categories
  • Malicious Software
  • Malware, Spyware, and Adware
  • Malware Protection

Section C: Search Engines

  • Search Engines Defined
  • Service Types
  • Quality Searches
  • Advanced Searches
  • Mailing Lists and Newsgroups

Section D: Using Search Engines

  • Using Yahoo
  • Using Google
  • Using Excite
  • Using Gigablast
  • Gigablast Features
  • Copyright Issues
  • Business Data by Category
  • Business Data by Company

Section E: Web Site Planning

  • Basic Definitions
  • Getting Started
  • Site Structure
  • Considerations
  • Authoring Tools
  • Design Teams

Section F: HTML Foundations

  • HTML History
  • What is HTML?
  • Understanding Markup
  • HTML vs. XHTML
  • Document Structure
  • Creating HTML Documents
  • Using Head Tags
  • Using Body Tags

Section G: HTML Formatting

  • Customizing HTML
  • Font Settings
  • Heading Tags
  • Paragraph Tags
  • Preview in Browser
  • Formatting Text
  • Other Heading Styles

Session 4

Section A: Adding Graphics

  • Insert Rule Lines
  • Adding Graphic Images
  • Customizing Graphics
  • Using Background Images

Section B: Web Color

  • Why Add Color?
  • Hexadecimal Color
  • Hexadecimal Values
  • Common Colors
  • Hexadecimal Converter
  • Adding Colors
  • Using Common Colors

Section C: Creating Lists

  • Introduction to Lists
  • List Tags
  • Ordered Lists
  • Using Bullets
  • Creating Ordered Lists
  • Creating Nested Lists
  • Creating Definition Lists
  • Customizing Definition Lists

Section D: Using Tables

  • Creating a Table
  • Defining Table Structure
  • Modifying Table Properties
  • Table Enhancements

Section E: Linking Content

  • Determining Links
  • External Hyperlinks
  • Internal Hyperlinks
  • Troubleshooting Links
  • E-mail Links
  • Bookmark Links
  • Troubleshooting Bookmarks
  • Designating Link Colors

Section F: Collecting Data with Forms

  • Creating Form Regions
  • Text Boxes
  • E-mail Field
  • Check Boxes
  • Radio Buttons
  • Multiline Text Boxes
  • Testing Form

Section G: Optimizing Graphics

  • Using Expression Web
  • Working in Design View
  • Working in Code View
  • Adding Transparency
  • Picture Properties
  • Testing the File

Section H: Working with Frames

  • Starting from Scratch
  • Building a Frame Set
  • Page/Frame Properties
  • Saving Options
  • No Frames Support
  • Code View

Session 5

Section A: Advanced Authoring Techniques

  • Database Connections
  • Cascading Style Sheets
  • Understanding CSS

Section B: E-Commerce

  • E-Commerce Types
  • Traditional vs. E-Commerce
  • Advantages
  • E-Commerce Concerns

Section C: E-Commerce Standards

  • OTP
  • OBI
  • EDI
  • SET
  • Things to Consider
  • Implementing E-Commerce

Section D: Web Site Administration

  • Spell Check
  • Accessibility/Compatibility
  • Site Statistics
  • Administrative Issues

Section E: Publishing Web Sites

  • Indexing Pages
  • Ranking Pages
  • Listing Sites
  • Hosting Sites
  • Publishing Options

Section F: Legal And Ethical Issues

  • Web Site Ethics
  • Internet Content
  • Copyrights
  • Oversight Organizations
  • Best Practices
  • Business Data

Section G: Managing Projects

  • IT and Project Management
  • Defining a Project
  • Project Knowledge Areas
  • Five Project Phases
  • Phase Interactions
  • Management Responsibilities
  • Project Cycle
  • Governing Organizations

Section H: Web Technologies

  • Implementations
  • Using E-mail
  • Composing an E-mail
  • Adding Signatures
  • Adding Attachments
  • FTP Sites