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CTE/Business and Marketing Education Curriculum Advanced Business Web Page Design
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Core Standards of the Course

Strand 1
The student will use commercial Web design software (for example: Adobe Dreamweaver) to create dynamic and interactive Web sites.

Standard 1:
Review basic skills learned in Business Web Page Design.

Standard 2:
Use the following software features: templates, CSS, rollover menus, forms, div tags, and tables.

Standard 3:
Include music, sound, and/or video in a document.

Standard 4:
Create an image map with hotspots.

Standard 5:
Use meta tags to improve Search Engine Optimization (SEO).

Standard 6:
Create a variety of links (hypertext, anchor tag/jump link/target link, e-mail links).

Standard 7:
Utilize HTML5 (or latest version) tags


Strand 2
The student will use commercial image editing software (for example: Fireworks, Photoshop) to create graphics/web page.

Standard 1:
Create, edit, and enhance images. Review image file extensions.

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Standard 2:
Create a navigation bar incorporating a drop-down or fly-out menu.

Standard 3:
Create a web page layout with image editing software.

Standard 4:
Use the following software features: masking, animation, transparent background, filters, slicing, etc.

Standard 5:
Understand the difference between vector and bitmap graphics


Strand 3
The student will post a website to the Internet if allowed by district policy. If not, the student will understand the steps required to post a website.

Standard 1:
Create a Web page portfolio of projects completed in class.

Standard 2:
Use proper naming conventions and file structure, by understanding file types and file name extensions.

Standard 3:
Understand the use of FTP for downloading or uploading documents.

Standard 4:
Understand the process of registering and/or changing a domain for the Internet. (register.com or godaddy.com)

Standard 5:
Understand the process of registering a Web site with a search engine.

Standard 6:
Explain the purpose of setting up a server to keep and analyze log files of user access and traffic. (CGI files)

Standard 7:
Test and validate a web site in different window sizes, browsers and electronic devices such as a mobile phones and tablet PC's.


Strand 4
The student will collaborate in a project management team to create, post and present a website.

Standard 1:
Students will work together to design and complete a multi-page website.

Standard 2:
Each team will storyboard its web design project and get approval from the project manager prior to beginning the project.

Standard 3:
Students will maintain a collaborative location to share files and website resources. (i.e. cloud storage)

Standard 4:
Students will cite all the resources used in their website.

Standard 5:
Students will present their project to the class. Presentation should include target audience, design phase elements, resources and software used.


Strand 5
The student will use commercial animation software (for example: Flash, Anim8or, Ulead, Adobe Edge Animate) to create graphics/web page.

Standard 1:
Draw, color, and edit objects.

Standard 2:
Use layers.

Standard 3:
Understand the importance and use of a timeline and/or storyboard.

Standard 4:
Understand animation concepts: tweening and/or morphing, motion paths, behaviors and/or actions, twist and fade, library, import graphics.

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Standard 5:
Insert animation into a web page.

Performance Objective:
Create a four page web site with the following minimum elements:

  1. Consistent look and feel throughout the website.
  2. The same page heading, navigation bar, and footer on each page.
  3. Hot spot(s)
  4. Email link(s)
  5. Table(s)
  6. Roll-over buttons and/or drop-down menus
  7. Hyper-link(s)
  8. Import graphics (jpeg/gif)
  9. Form
  10. Page titles
  11. Font changes (color, size, style)
  12. Original animation (optional)


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Email:  thalea.longhurst@schools.utah.gov

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