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Empowerment Technologies Quarter 1 – Module 9: Web Page Designing

This module will discuss the Basic Web Design using HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) and the Free Online Website Builder. Aimed for both beginner and intermediate web designer, this comprehensive, easy-to-understand module will explain to the learners the fundamentals of web development tools and techniques.

You should have a general background in using a computer, managing files, and a basic knowledge of the internet. Also, you should be able to navigate to and within a website using a web browser such as Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, or Safari. The learners do not need to purchase any software for this course.

The module mainly focuses on one lesson:

  • Lesson 1 – Basic Web Page Creation

Learning Competency:

  • Apply web design principles and elements using online creation tools, platforms, and applications to communicate a message for a specific purpose in specific professional tracks.

This module outline provides a summary of topics that can be used as a guide when progressing through this module, and upon its successful completion, you are expected to:

1. define HTML;

2. create a basic web page using Notepad;

3. identify the HTML structure in creating a website; and

4. design a website using an online WYSIWYG platform

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