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Web 2.0 is the term given to describe a second generation of the World Wide Web that is focused on the ability for people to collaborate and share information online. Web 2.0 basically refers to the transition from static HTML Web pages to a more dynamic Web that is more organized and is based on serving Web applications to users.Blogs, wikis, and Web servicesare all seen as components of Web 2.0.
Web 2.0 can be described in three parts:

  • Rich Internet application (RIA).
  • Web-oriented architecture (WOA) .
  • Social Web.

Web2.0 Syllabus

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Chapter 1:HTML Introduction
- How the Web Works?
- What is HTML?
- History, Features
- What can we do using html?
- Elements, tags and Attributes
- Structure , Body, Head & Title
Chapter 2:HTML Text and Lists
- Headings & Paragraphs
- Font,Marquee,Blockquotes & Quotes Tag
- Bold, Italic & Underline
- Ordered Lists
- Unordered Lists
- Definition Lists
Chapter 3:Links and Images
- Writing Links
- Linking to Other Sites
- Email Links
- Adding Images
- Height & Width of Images
- Where to Place Images in Your Code
Chapter 4:Tables
- What's a Table?
- Basic Table Structure
- Table Headings
- Spanning Columns
- Spanning Rows
- Border & Background
Chapter 5:Forms
- Why Forms?
- Form Controls
- How Forms Work
- Form Structure :action, method, id
- Button & Hidden Controls
- Labelling Form Controls
Chapter 6:Additional HTML Elements
- Grouping Form Elements : fieldset, legend
- Comments in HTML & Conditional Comments
- Class & ID Attributes
- Html Frames elements
- Information About Your Pages : meta
- Escape Characters
Chapter 7:HTML 5
- HTML5 Introduction
- Why is HTML5 important?
- Difference Between Html vs Html5
- Canvas : Rectangle,shadow, Path, Image,Text
- SVG, Figure,Figurecaption,Details,Summary & Dialog Tag
- Autofocus, Required field
- DataList, Search
- Email,URL,Phone, Range, Number, Date,Color
- Text-level semantics
- Blocking Elements
- HTML APIs
Chapter 1:CSS Introduction
- What CSS does?
- How CSS works?
- Advantages of CSS
- Selectors, properties, and values
- ID & Class Selectors
- Types of CSS
Chapter 2: CSS Properties
- Color Properties
- Font Properties
- Text Properties
- Background Properties
- Boxes Properties
- Table Properties
Chapter 3: Lists and Forms
- list-style-type
- list-style-image
- list-style-position
- Styling Forms
- Styling Fieldsets & Legends
- cursor Property
Chapter 4: CSS Media ,Pseudo-classes and Pseudo-elements
- @media screen, @media print
- @media tv,@media projection
- @media aural,@media all
- Pseudo Classes Syntax
- a:link, a:visited, a:hover, a:active
- :checked, :disabled, :empty, :enabled
Chapter 5: CSS 3 Introduction
- CSS3 Colors: Opacity, rgba, hsl, hsla
- border-image Property
- @font-face , Rounded Corners
- CSS3 2D Transforms
- translate(), rotate() & scale()
- CSS3 3D Transforms:rotateX(),rotateY() & rotateZ()
Chapter 6: Animation & UI
- CSS3 Transitions
- CSS3 Animations
- CSS3 Multiple Columns
- CSS3 User Interface
- CSS3 Box Sizing
- CSS3 Flexible Box
Chapter 7: Responsive Web Design
- Introduction to Web Design
- What is Responsive Web Design?
- Viewport
- Grid-View
- Media Queries
- Frameworks
- CSS3 Media Queries
- CSS3 Text : text-overflow
- word-wrap, word-break
- CSS3 matrix()

Chapter 1: Introduction To JavaScript
- How Client-server architecture works
- whats is Static & Dynamic web pages?
- what is JavaScript?
- How to test and debug a JavaScript application?
- Data Types & Variables
- JavaScript Operators & JavaScript Statements
Chapter 2: JavaScript Objects
- objects, properties, and methods
- document methods : getElementById(), write(), writeln()
- How to use Window Object?
- Number, String, Boolean and Date objects
- JavaScript Arrays Objects
- Regular Expressions and RegExp Object
Chapter 3: JavaScript Events and Form validation
- What is an Event?
- onclick,onsubmit,onmouseover Event
- onblur, onchange, onunload Event
- HTML5 Event
- JavaScript and Cookies
- Errors & Exceptions Handling
Chapter 4: Interacting with images & Class
- Accessing images & creating image rollover
- Creating depressible images
- JavaScript class
- JavaScript image slideshow
- Preloading images
- Using object literals
Chapter 5: JavaScript DOM
- What is DOM?
- DOM Tree Structure
- What is nodes?
- attribute node
- text nodes
- Structure and content properties
Chapter 6:Javascript DOM Objects
- Window Object
- Navigator Object
- Screen Object
- History Object
- Location Object
- History Object
Chapter 1: JQuery Introduction
- What is jQuery?
- Why jQuery?
- jQuery Syntax
- $ vs $() , $( document ).ready()
- Manipulating Attributes
- jQuery+CSS & jQuery+DOM
- Introduction to Effects
- Hide and Show , jQuery toggle()
- jQuery animate(),stop() sliding
- jQuery+Ajax,$.ajax() , link $.get, $.post
- Ajax and Forms, Events