CIW Site Development Associate Online Training with Live Labs and Exam (1D0-61B)

SKU: CIW-112506

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Course Description

This course-exam package equips learners with the skills and knowledge to develop basic websites – and a qualification that provides permanent proof to employers.

No prior knowledge of web development is required. All that is needed is a familiarity of an operating system such as Microsoft Windows 7. The online programme of study, which learners can access at their own pace and convenience, will transform their understanding and prepare them to become a sought-after professional in the modern business environment.

Site Development Associate provides an introduction to tasks, job roles and careers in Web development. This course will teach you to work as a productive part of a Web site development team. Hands-on labs include real-world scenarios based on a previously live version of the Habitat for Humanity site. Note that students will build prototype pages using Habitat for Humanity content. This content is provided by Habitat for Humanity with permission to use it in labs teaching site development skills. The prototype pages that students build do not necessarily represent, duplicate or simulate the current live Habitat for Humanity Web site, which can be visited at

The CIW Internet Business Associate course and exam are aimed at:

  • Students at high school or college – seeking a place in higher education or their first career position
  • Professionals in a wide range of sectors which actively benefit from Internet technology, including:
  • Information technology
  • Healthcare
  • Law
  • Marketing
  • Graphic Design

Upon completion of the course and passing the exam, students can add CIW Site Development Associate certification to their academic qualifications, while professionals can increase their existing skill set and raise their value in their current employment.

Key learning points

The course

In addition to developing websites using HTML5 and CSS, learners will use Javascript Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) to extend the functionality of web pages. This is ideal grounding to pursue a career in areas including web site design or marketing. Content includes:

  • Website development using HTML and Extensible HTML (XHTML)
  • Manual code writing, graphical user interface (GUI) authoring tools, and XHTML code validation
  • Web page development using images, hyperlinks, tables, forms and frames
  • CGI and connecting webpages to databases
  • Internet marketing and search engine optimization (SEO)
  • CSS for formatting web page content, and fundamental web design concepts
  • Development of websites as managed projects
  • Introductory e-commerce solutions, and the relationship of website development to business goals.
The exam
  • The CIW Site Development Associate exam (1D0-61B) lasts for 30 minutes and contains 30 questions testing candidates’ knowledge of the content in the study modules – and their ability to apply it.
  • To pass the exam, candidates will need to achieve a score of 63.33%, demonstrating a range of knowledge and skills in this discipline.

Advantages of this course

  • Website development is a career that continues to grow in importance in a wide range of business sectors; this course-exam package takes learners a significant step towards reaching this goal.
  • Once certified, candidates can prove they have the skills to develop basic websites.
  • For students, this is a valuable addition to their academic qualifications; for professionals, it substantially increases their skill set and raises their value to employers.
  • An official CIW Certification Practice Exam is available, which enables candidates to instantly evaluate their level of knowledge and readiness to become certified.
  • New lesson quizzes are also available on CIW Online, and can be found on each of the lesson pages in the Online Resources.
  • Exam scores may be challenged if candidates feel there is a legitimate reason for doing so, such as a question mark over the validity of item content.


    Markup Language and Site Development Essentials
    Creating Web Pages
    Mobile and Cloud Issues
    Text Editors and Markup Languages
    Graphical User Interface (GUI) Editors
    History of Markup Languages
    The HTML Web Development
    Trifecta: HTML5, CSS and JavaScript
    Web Site Development Principles
    Hosting and Web Service Providers
    The Habitat for Humanity Web Site

    HTML5 Coding
    Introduction to Using HTML
    Elements and Markup Tags
    Document Structure Tags
    Web Site File Structure
    Preparing Your Development Environment
    Paragraph Formatting and Block-Level Elements
    Text-Level Elements
    Good Coding Practice

    Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) and Graphical Elements
    Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)
    Separating Content in HTML
    Images in Web Pages
    HTML Entities
    Specifying Colors
    Page Colors and Backgrounds
    Specifying Font Information
    Web Design Issues
    HTML5 and Older Browsers

    Introduction to Hyperlinks
    The Anchor Element
    Creating Local Hyperlinks
    Creating External Hyperlinks
    Using Images as Hyperlinks
    Creating Internal Links
    Managing Hyperlinks
    HTML Tables
    Introduction to HTML Tables
    CSS Properties for All Table Elements
    Table and Data Alignment Options
    Height and Width of Table Elements
    Column and Row Spanning
    HTML Tables vs. CSS Page Structure

    Web Forms
    Introduction to Web Forms
    Web Forms and CGI
    HTML5 and Forms
    Basic Tags for Creating Web Forms
    Web Form Fields

    Video, Audio and Image Techniques
    Introduction to Web Video, Audio
    and Image Techniques
    The <video> Element
    The <audio> Element
    Graphic Types
    Image Maps
    Image Transparency
    Image Interlacing
    Mobile Device Issues with
    Animation and Plug-Ins
    Creating and Managing Images

    Extending HTML
    Extending HTML
    Server-Side and Client-Side Languages
    Server-Side Languages
    Client-Side Languages
    Dynamic HTML (DHTML)
    Document Object Model (DOM)
    HTML5 APIs
    Offline Web Application
    Drag-and–Drop Functionality
    Web Application Frameworks
    Connecting to a Database

    GUI HTML Editors and Mobile Web Sites
    Introduction to GUI HTML Editors
    Types of GUI Editors
    GUI HTML Editor Functionality
    Creating Web Pages with a GUI Editor
    HTML Text Editors vs. GUI Editors
    Previewing Pages and Validating Code
    Web Site Publishing

    Developing Web Pages for Mobile Devices
    Mobile Apps vs. Mobile Web Sites
    Converting a Web site for Mobile Users
    Working with Web 2.0

    Web Site Development for Business
    Developing a Business Web Site
    E-Commerce Considerations
    Internet Marketing and Search
    Engine Optimization (SEO)
    E-Commerce Payment Technologies
    Working in a Global Environment
    Databases and Web Pages
    Optimizing the Impact of the Web Page
    Front-End Issues
    File Formats and Active Content
    Back-End Issues
    Bandwidth and Download Time
    Naming Web Page Files

    NOTE: The exam alone for this course can be found HERE : The Course without the exam can be found HERE.

    Course Detail

    Online Access : 1 Year
    Compatibility : Windows, Mac
    Exam Included : Yes

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