Apply web authoring tool to convert client data for websites
From the official document:
- "This unit defines the competency required to use web development software to create website content. The unit is designed to use a web authoring tool to convert text and images to appropriate web protocols."
Basically, that means ... (translate above into plain english)
You can read more about this unit on the National Training Information Systems Official document for ICAU4207A.
This unit forms part of the following qualifications:
How this unit will help you 
After learning and applying the skills required by this unit you'll be able to demonstrate your skills in:
|1. Create files||
|2. Create formatting templates||
|3. Define library items||
|4. Develop templates||
|5. Identify authoring requirements||
|6. Create simple forms||
|7. Create simple navigation||
- translate the above elements and performance criteria into plain english and summarise here...
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- REDIRECT '''Target page name'''
Ideas for learning the required skills 
Ideas for demonstrating this unit 
The best way to demonstrate these skills is ...
Where modules like HTML and CSS are part of the course it would be beneficial to add the following to this module to avoid duplication of skills and knowledge.
- Discuss the need for conversion of Data to suit web pages.
- Using Adobe Acrobat to convert to and from various file formats, e.g. html to pdf etc.
- Resizing images to a lower resolution and web page requirement.
- Creating and using .png files.
- Using Adobe Media Encoder to convert and skin native files to .flv.
- Use .swf files in Dreamweaver and set Wmode to transparent.
- Editing and converting various sound files, for web compatibility.
- Scan print to digital format using OCR programs.
This list can be modified with other techniques. Let us know about your thoughts.
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If you are demonstrating this unit as part of a formal course, you might find that the unit is graded (meaning you can not only demonstrate your competence, but can also gain a credit or distinction). Your facilitator may already have set criteria that your college uses. If not, here are some ideas for possible credit/distinction activities that you can discuss with your facilitator:
Notes and discrepancies 
HTML: What is HTML, Advanced HTML Tutorial, HTML Challenges, Lists and Tables, The Structure of HTML, Pen and Paper HTML activities
CSS: Learning Basic HTML and CSS, CSS challenges, Embedded CSS, Basic HTML and CSS Tutorial, Inline CSS, Develop cascading style sheets
PHP: Simple functions in PHP, Dynamic websites, PHP challenges, Dynamic websites with PHP, Generating a receipt with PHP, Responding to HTML forms with PHP,
XML: XML challenges
Databases: Creating Database Tables
Projects: A small website project, A step-by-step web design project, Build a basic web page, Build a small website
Activities: Web design group learning activities, Pen and Paper HTML activities, A Web Design Quiz show, Ordering Tasks for a Web Project, Paired Bio Pages, Scoping a Small Project, Emerging Technologies Research Activities
Project management: An introduction to Project Management, Developing a Client Project
Design: Accessibility, Design Principles for Web Design, Design Suggestions
Testing: Testing Website performance, Website Performance Test Plan
Publishing: Getting Your Site On the Web
Certification and standards: Cert IV Website Qualifications in Australia, Australian Qualifications, Web design qualifications
Professional development: Developing your online portfolio, Contribute to personal skill development and learning, Useful Applications, Useful Books, Emerging Technologies, Using the Internet as a Learning Tool
Course meta-information: Web Design, About the web design learning project, New Structure, Sample Timetable