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- Must have an essential understanding of Canvas
- A working knowledge of HTML and CSS basics
At the conclusion of the course, you should be able to
- Identify elements of each language and their implementations on any website
- Discuss, create, and debug semantically correct basic examples of dynamic web pages
- Explain where and why to use each of these languages and how it fits in with other languages
- Elements of dynamic websites
- Variables, data types, expressions, operators, and strings
- Working with functions, events, decision-making, and repetition
- Form elements and objects, input fields, selection lists, submitting and resetting forms
- Creating basic PHP scripts and building expressions
- Handling user input, processing form data, creating an all-in-one form
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