Presentation on theme: "Section 2.1 Compare the Internet and the Web Identify Web browser components Compare Web sites and Web pages Describe types of Web sites Section 2.2 Identify."— Presentation transcript:
Section 2.1 Compare the Internet and the Web Identify Web browser components Compare Web sites and Web pages Describe types of Web sites Section 2.2 Identify parts of a Web page Summarize the importance of hyperlinks Use a Web browser
Section 2.3 Describe Web site development steps Identify the three categories of Web site design Discuss Web design careers Section 2.4 Identify parts of the FrontPage interface Use FrontPage to view Web pages
2.1 Introduction to the Web Guide Main Ideas: The Internet is a ______ network of _________. The World Wide Web is part of the __________. Web sites are divided into ____________ that meet particular needs. Key Terms Internet World Wide Web file Web browser Web site Web page home page
2.1 Introduction to the Web The Internet and the World Wide Web The Internet and the World Wide Web are not the same things. The Internet __________ access to the World Wide Web. The information on the Web is stored in _______ files. Internet __________, such as computers, cables, and telephone wires, that is connected to create a massive worldwide network. World Wide Web _________ that sends information that is stored in files along the Internet’s hardware. file Contains information, such as text, ______, video, or animation, that is stored on computer hardware.
2.1 Introduction to the Web How the Web Works A Web site is made up of Web ______. A home page is generally the _____ page a user sees when visiting a site. _________ Markup Language (HTML) is the code used to create Web pages. Web site A group of related _____ organized around a common topic. Web page A _______ file within a Web site that has a unique name. home page The main page on a Web site which contains general information about the site.
2.1 Introduction to the Web A Web browser translates the text-based _____ into a graphical Web page. Menu Navigation Buttons Viewing Area Title Bar Web Address How the Web Works
2.1 Introduction to the Web Commercial sites _________ sites Corporate presence sites Portal sites Informational sites News sites __________ sites Public interest sites Educational sites School and university sites Tutorials and __________ learning Museums and other institutions Personal sites Types of Web Sites
2.2 Elements of a Web Page Guide Main Ideas: Web pages are composed of many different elements, including text, graphics, animation, and __________. Hyperlinks link Web pages together and help a user _______ through a Web site. Key Terms text graphics multimedia audio animation video hyperlink
2.2 Elements of a Web Page Text and Graphics Web designers use text and graphics to add ________ to a Web site. The combination of text and graphics are the basics of a Web site. text Consists of words, letters, numbers, and other symbols. graphic A drawing, chart, __________, painting, or photograph stored in a digital format.
2.2 Elements of a Web Page Multimedia Multimedia refers to the _________ of elements such as graphics, text, audio, video, animation, and interactivity. audio Live, streamed, or recorder _______. video Live or recorded _________ images. animation The _________ of text and graphics.
2.2 Elements of a Web Page Hyperlinks Hyperlinks can be a word, phrase, or _______. There are ______ types of hyperlinks: internal, external, and intrapage. hyperlink A way to link Web pages together and allow users to move from one online ________ to another.
2.3 Web Site Development Guide Main Ideas: The Web site ___________ process has five basic steps. There are three categories of Web site design. Specific skills are needed to develop and design Web sites. Key Terms interaction design information design presentation design Web ____________ Web designer Web developer Webmaster
2.3 Web Site Development Step 1: Determining _________ and ________ What is the site’s purpose? What are the site’s goals? What tools do you need to reach your goals? Who is your primary (target) audience? What kinds of hardware and software are visitors likely to be using? The Web Site Development Process
2.3 Web Site Development The Web Site Development Process Step 2: Designing and Implementing a Web Site Interaction Design Information Design Presentation Design Interaction Design Part of Web site design process in which you determine ____ the user is likely to navigate through the site. Information Design Part of Web site design process in which you __________ the content that will appear on each page. Presentation Design Part of Web site design process in which you determine the ___________ appearance of the site’s pages.
2.3 Web Site Development Step 3: Evaluating and _________ a Web Site Step 4: Publishing a Web Site Step 5: _____________ a Web Site The Web Site Development Process Step 1 Determine the Web Site’s Purpose and Goal(s) Step 2 Design and Implement the Site Step 3 Evaluate and Test the Site Step 4 Publish the Site Step 5 Maintain the Site
2.3 Web Site Development Writing – write ____________ and concisely Design – use color effectively and design with the purpose in mind Programming – use ______ or a Web development tool Web Site Development Skills
2.3 Web Site Development Web Site Development Careers Here are some careers in Web site development: Web author Web designer Web developer Webmaster Web author Person who writes the _______ that will appear on each Web page. Web designer Person who develops the _______ and feel of the Web site. Web developer Person who uses ____________ skills to develop Web sites. Webmaster Person who manages and maintains Web sites.