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Webmaster Certification Training Online

The self-paced webmaster certification training is exceptional. Our online webmaster certification training course meet or exceed exam objectives, teaching precisely what you need to know.

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This Certified Internet Webmaster course is for anyone who is interested in learning the fundamentals of the Internet and the World Wide Web, and for anyone preparing for the Certified Internet Webmaster Foundations exam 1D0-410.

Webmaster certification training course that's Easy, Convenient and Affordable! High-quality, online, self-paced webmaster certification training courses designed to help you achieve your webmaster certification goals. Affordable annual subscription plans give you unlimited access to an entire suite of webmaster certification courses at prices that you just won't find anywhere else.

This is self-paced, webmaster certification training, internet-based course -- there are no books to purchase and no scheduled webmaster certification classes to attend.

  • The Internet and the World Wide Web provides a brief history of the Internet and the World Wide Web. It describes the protocols and technologies used by the Internet, and explains how to use and configure a Web browser.
  • E-Mail, FTP, Newsgroups and Telnet provides an overview of e-mail and various e-mail client programs. It examines how to use e-mail, describes how to use mailing lists and e-mail attachments, and discusses issues of e-mail privacy. This webmaster certification course also examines the Internet remote protocols FTP and Telnet, and explains the functions of newsgroups on the Internet.
  • Objects, Plug-Ins, Viewers and Security provides an overview of Internet programming and scripting languages, including C, C++, Java, JavaScript, ActiveX, Jscript and VBScript. It introduces several widely-used browser plug-ins and their functionality, and also provides an overview of security issues regarding the Internet, including cookies, authentication, encryption, firewalls and virus attacks.
  • Search Engines and E-Commerce provides an overview of different types of Internet search engines and various Internet search techniques, including Boolean operators. This webmaster certification course also defines electronic commerce and explains e-commerce standards, including Electronic Data Interchange, Secure Electronic Transactions and smart cards. In addition, this course covers the fundamentals of project management.
  • Web Page Authoring and HTML Coding introduces Web page creation using text and GUI HTML editors, and provides an overview of Web page design issues such as the interface, business considerations, and bandwidth. It also examines the origins of HTML and its various flavors, and shows the basics of HTML coding, including common tags and formatting techniques.
  • Graphical Elements, Hyperlinks and Tables introduces Web page graphic elements such as horizontal rules, images, colors and font specifications. It examines how to link text and images to other files and sites, and how to create and manipulate tables on a Web page.
  • Forms, Images and Frames introduces HTML form elements such as text boxes, radio buttons, check boxes, etc. It examines how to create client-side image maps and link them to URLs, and discusses graphics issues such as transparency, interlacing and animation. It also shows how to create frames in a Web site to further enhance the user's experience.

After completing our courses, the user should be able to:

  • The Evolution of the Internet
  • How the Internet Works
  • The Client/Server Model on the Internet
  • Connecting to the Internet
  • Internet Protocols
  • The Domain Name System (DNS)
  • The Business of Domain Names
  • Uniform Resource Locators (URLs)
  • Intranets and Extranets
  • The World Wide Web
  • Web Browsers
  • Customizing a Browser
  • The History Folder
  • Browser Cache
  • Using Bookmarks and Favorites
  • Image Loading
  • Wireless Application Protocol (WAP)
  • E-Mail Basics
  • Microsoft Outlook Express E-Mail
  • Netiquette
  • E-Mail Signatures
  • E-Mail Privacy
  • E-Mail Attachments
  • Mailing Lists
  • File Transfer Protocol (FTP)
  • Downloading and Uploading with FTP
  • Newsgroups
  • Newsgroup Categories and Structure
  • Telnet
  • Multimedia on the Web
  • Web Languages
  • Plug-In Technology
  • Browser Plug-Ins
  • Viewers
  • Miscellaneous File Formats
  • Internet Security
  • Cookies
  • Authentication and Digital Certificates
  • Configuring Browser Security
  • Encryption
  • Viruses
  • Proxy Servers
  • Firewalls
  • Search Engines
  • Adding a Web Site to a Search Engine
  • Basic Search Techniques
  • Advanced Search Techniques
  • Searching for Special Types of Information
  • Pre-Web Search Tools
  • E-Commerce Basics
  • E-Commerce Standards
  • E-Commerce Advantages and Issues
  • International Support
  • Visitor Tracking
  • Payment Processing
  • Copyrights, Licensing and Trademarks
  • E-Commerce Solutions
  • Project Management Fundamentals
  • Creating Web Pages
  • Web Page Accessibility
  • Front-End Issues
  • Back-End Issues
  • What Is HTML?
  • HTML Standards
  • Web Browsers and Standards
  • Markup Tags
  • Document Structure Tags
  • Paragraph Formatting
  • Block-Level Elements
  • Indenting and Centering Text
  • Text-Level Elements
  • Lists
  • Comments and Good Practices
  • Adding Horizontal Rule Lines
  • Using Images in Web Pages
  • Aligning Images to Text
  • The ALT Attribute and Resizing Images
  • Special Characters
  • Specifying Colors and Palette
  • Page Colors and Backgrounds
  • Specifying Font Information
  • Links and the Anchor Tag
  • Using Images as Links
  • Creating Internal Links
  • Tables
  • Table and Data Alignment
  • Changing Height and Width
  • Column and Row Spanning
  • Web Forms
  • The "FORM" Tag
  • Web Form Fields
  • Form Handling
  • Text Boxes, Submit and Reset Buttons
  • Radio Buttons
  • Check Boxes
  • Select Lists
  • Scrolling Text Area Box
  • Image Maps
  • Defining a Client-Side Image Map
  • Image Transparency and Interlacing
  • Animated GIFs
  • Frames and the Frameset Document
  • Frame Tags and Attributes
  • Targets

This course has the following features:

  • Certificates of Completion
  • Instructional steps -- walk through a procedure
  • Exercises -- try it out
  • Notes - See additional information related to the topic in the text
  • Tips - See a different, faster, or easier way of doing something
  • Quick References - See a quick reference guide to the features introduced in a chapter
  • Details - Display more detailed information related to the current topic
  • Hotwords - See related information
  • Navigation Bar - Maneuver easily through the courses
  • Course Topics and Index -- with searching feature and hyper-links
  • Printable Exercises - PDF downloadable files
  • Sample Application Files - PDF downloadable files
  • Course Glossary
  • Skill Assessment - can be used for pre and post-testing -- tracking first try, best try and course grade - if passed, green check mark will appear as 'mastered' - hyperlinks to units within the course to go back and re-take a certain unit again. Use as pre-test to determine which course topics you want to focus on and to go directly into that unit.

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