The technologies that allow web access.
This course has been withdrawn
The National Heath Service, Local Government and other
public sector bodies are working hard to meet government requirements to
have their data available online in the next few years. But it's one thing
to put up a flat web page giving directions to a surgery, or public opening
hours for an office, and quite another to enable people to make an
appointment, check up on their planning application, or request a repeat
prescription online. This one-day course takes you behind the scenes
of web based applications and overviews the various technologies for you,
setting you off in the right direction for your online provision.
You must be familiar with using the Internet for email and
browsing the web.
Getting the most from your Well House Consultants course
|Structure of Networks and Webs (module W601) Internet and Intranets.
The need for someone to manage the data.
Company networks and intranets.
An example intranet.
Home page service.
Virtual Private Networks.
Components of the Web.
The Client/Server model.
Extra accesses to a server.
Extra machines involved.
Extra actions of the server.
What the browser does.
Server programs to receive email.
Receiving email at your desk.
For the Web Programmer.
Other services and their components.
IP, TCP, and the Domain Name Service.
IP, and the Domain Name Service.
|HTML - An Overview (module Q624) Tags.
Structure of a page.
Special characters and new lines.
Some common tags.
Lists, tables, etc..
Which HTML standard?.
Validating your page.
|Forms (module W506) Form elements.
|Site Design Aspects (module W512) Installation and configuring.
Enabling and disabling CGI, SSI, etc.
Security aspects - setting the userid, etc.
Maintaining the log files.
Using a single Web server to serve multiple domains.
|Further Aspects (module W511) Making the most of search engines.
Web site design - an art as well as a science.
|Client Side Technologies (module W602) HTML, DHTML and friends.
ActionScript, Flas and Flex.
ActiveX and Com.
|Server Side Technologies (module W603) When do I want to use server side technologies?.
Anatomy of a Web Server.
Web Server Security.
Web Server support for page authors.
Server upload technologies.
FTP / Telnet.
Disk Networking system.
Serverside Interface Methods.
The HTTP standard.
The Common Gateway Interface (CGI).
Server Side Includes.
Active Server Pages.
Your own server.
Other Interfacing methods and a comparison.
Cookies, sessions and shopping carts.
Scale of use.
Further Serverside examples.
|Beyond the Server (module W604) Connecting to databases.
CGI, Perl, DBI and SQL.
ASP, VB and ODBC.
Java, Servlets and JDBC.
Searching and emailing.
TUTOR and COURSE AUTHOR
Graham Ellis - firstname.lastname@example.org
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, England. A taxi transfer can be arranged if you'll be arriving by air
from United States.
can be arranged on site in your country.
Public courses run at
Well House Manor
- our own
purpose fitted training centre and business hotel / conference centre in
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Upon completion of your course, you'll have online access to the source code of
all the examples from the course, and you'll have access to the
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where you can raise questions. We also encourage you to email the tutor, and
to visit us again to use our library as appropriate.
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