HTML Fundamentals Part I
This is an animated powerpoint presentation that can be used to
illustrate and teach HTML fundamentals. Each click of the mouse invokes the
next animated part of each page.
HTML Fundamentals Part II
This lesson reviews some of the material presented in lesson 1 and
an incremental approach to building seemingly complex web pages.
The presentation also discusses META tags, frames and the
client server mode.
This presentation is designed to provide a student with
sufficient information to build their first ASP page. It also
describes the basics of a web-based application. Using the
framework provided in this presentation and adding the
ACESS tutorial, students should be able to develop their
class project. This lessons introduces the client/server model,
objects, forms, Active Server Pages, and VBScript. This is lesson
contains a lot of material. Depending on the level of student in the
class, this lesson may span two sessions. See "ASP Review" below.
This presentation is designed to be used in concert with an
ongoing lab - having the students apply what was shown in the
"ASP Basics" presentation. During this review presentation,
students will incrementally
update "myecho.asp." During the first ASP lecture (ASP Basics)
you may only
have time to
to cover "myform.html." Consequently, this presentation
was designed to provide an adjunct to the ASP Basics
presentation and to serve as a visual aid for students
as they apply ASP basics
while working on "myecho.asp."
Creating a Database
This presentation shows how to set up an Access database
on your PC. Once you have
created this database it can be moved to the appropriate
directory within your web
site for use by your ASP pages. Prior to and during its
use on your website, you can
use Access to create test records or add, revise, delete,
and view records on your
database. Depending on where the database is loaded, you may
have to move it back and
forth between your PC and your website's server.
This presentation introduces database concepts and describes
ActiveX Data Objects (ADO) used to manage a database. The
shows students how to add, revise, and delete SQL database
records using ASP.
Database Creation Review and Exercises
This is a review of database creation and a discussion
of how Access can be used throughout the
development of an ASP application. Exercises are also given.
Building an Application for the Goodbike Company
This presentation provides the specifics to which you can
apply the homework
described in the presentation listed immediately above.
The Winning Way
This set of charts provides an overview of a standard
approach for building a
web site. It also outlines the requirements likely to be part of the
BDPA National HSCC competition. Following the "Winning Way"
approach and using the standard functions and
procedures provided as part of this approach will enable you to quickly
and easily build useful and user friendly web sites.