COVID-19 College Update | March 31, 2020

In accordance with Governor Wolf’s directive, the College’s physical campuses and centers will remain closed through April 30. However, all courses, student support services and College operations are occurring remotely. The College continues to serve students and the communities of Delaware and Chester Counties. Please visit for more information.
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IMM 120 - Web Page Design and Development

Course Description

This course introduces students to publishing on the World Wide Web (WWW) using HTML, Cascading Style Sheet (CSS), and Adobe Dreamweaver. Students gain hands-on experience in creating web pages that include text, images, sound, video, animation and basic JavaScript. The history of the Internet and WWW along with accessibility, universal design, responsive design, and careers in web development are also researched and explored. Upon successful completion of this course, students should be able to: Describe the history of the Internet and World Wide Web as a communication and marketing tool. Identify the hardware, software, and networked environment necessary to support the development and maintenance of a website. Use HTML elements to create web pages that include links, lists, multimedia, forms and tables. Demonstrate the ability to manipulate images for inclusion in web pages. Use basic JavaScript to add interactivity to web pages. Use CSS to format and layout web pages. Design websites to provide accessibility. Design websites that apply universal design concepts. Research and explore careers and education in web development. Generate design and development documents for a website. Demonstrate a working knowledge of standard HTML, and CSS to create web pages. Demonstrate a working knowledge of responsive web design. Use Adobe Dreamweaver to design and develop web pages. Upload files to a web server and maintain websites on a web server.
Credit Hours: 3
Lecture Hours: 3

Course Prerequisites: DPR 100 or DPR 101