ITS 327 Dynamic Hyper Text Markup Language (DHTML) (3)

3 hours lecture/ per week

Prerequisite(s): A grade of “C” or higher in ITS 227, consent of the Business Education Department chairperson, program coordinator, or instructor.

Comment: Work will be done using a flat ASCII editor such as Notepad or Simple Text as well as an HTML editor/management tool such as Microsoft Expression or Adobe Dreamweaver. ITS 327 expands on the Information Technology students’ earlier acquired skill set on HTML, CSS (Cascading Style Sheets), and Javascript.

This course focuses on streamlined coding for design, dynamic content, and interactivity. Students will learn how to create Cascading Style Sheets that both control the layout and design of entire websites using a minimal amount of code, as well as, create DHTML that changes both the content and format of Web pages depending on user input.

Course Syllabus
ITS327 – PDF

Aloha, I’m Dr. Steven Singer, and I’m here to talk to you a little about ITS 327, Dynamic HTML. ITS 327 is a required course for information technology students pursuing an advanced professional certificate in IT. As with all our IT courses, it also transfers to UH West Oahu for a BAS in IT. This course covers JavaScript and Cascading Style Sheets in depth. Students develop a series of web projects that are both interactive and pleasing to the eye. Focus is on advanced features of style sheets and the writing and incorporation of JavaScripts that are called from various user events. It’s an exciting class that takes the web developer to the next level of dynamic html. I Hope to see you there. Aloha!