It has been designed for anybody who
is involved in the construct or maintainence of internet or intranet web sites,
who wants to add dynamic features in
* A basic understanding of Windows and either Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 4 or Netscape’s Navigator 4 will be of benefit to a Student.
* A student is expected to have some experience in coding HTML or attended the Introduction of HTML training course.
The course contains details on the following area:
Structured Programming Concepts: An Introduction to methods, objects and properties
Document, Window and other Useful Objects: An introduction to the main browser and web page objects.
Form, anchor and link Objects: How these objects can be retrieved and manipulated.
Event Handlers: Details of all handlers that are triggered by browser events.
Cookies: How client-side data can be saved and retrieved.
The course does not include basic HTML as this is covered in another Kyla Computing course.