ICTWEB502 Create dynamic web pages

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ICTWEB502 - Create dynamic web pages[edit]

This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to produce both server and client-side content.It applies to individuals working as web developers who are responsible for creating dynamic pages to provide interaction between the user and the website. They use highly developed technical and analytical skills when developing the user-website interface.

Objectives[edit]

Elements and Performance Criteria[edit]

After studying this unit you will be able to:

  • Identify the client and server-side dynamic content
    • Review the technical requirements
    • Identify the sections of the website, requiring client-side dynamic content
    • Identify the sections of the website, requiring server-side dynamic content
    • Select the appropriate languages and technology to meet the requirements


  • Create the dynamic content
    • Create pages using the appropriate languages
    • Ensure that the code conforms to current industry best practice and standards


  • Test the dynamic pages
    • Test the website in a variety of browsers
    • Ensure that the required dynamic content functions according to the specified requirements

Readings[edit]


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Activities[edit]

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  5. Add a quiz question to the Review section. This could be based on any of the objectives, required skills and knowledge or key terms. Or you could base it on information found via the links in the readings section. Here are some tips for writing better quiz questions.
  6. For bonus marks, write a challenge and add it to the Challenges section.

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References[edit]

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