JavaScript and the Document Object Model – International Academy of Natural Health & Wellness

JavaScript and the Document Object Model

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CERTIFICATION
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LEARNING OUTCOMES
Having completed this course you will be able to:
– Build an example of a real world HTML5 and CSS3 web page;
– Describe the semantics behind many HTML5 tags;
– Explain the function of CSS Selectors, Properties, Syntax etc.;
– Explain the difference between content and presentation on web pages;
– Describe the three types of lists in HTML5;
– Describe the elements for creating tables;
– Create a correctly formatted form using the form element;
– Identify and use different types of CSS3 selectors to style web pages;
– List CSS Styles in cascading order of precedence;
– Identify and use inline and block style HTML5 elements;
– Describe how to embed a video using the video element;
– Describe how to work with HTML5 Canvas;
– Describe how to work with Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) in HTML5.
– Declare a variable in JavaScript;
– Write a function in JavaScript;
– List HTML5 events and link them to JavaScript methods;
– List and use conditional statements in JavaScript;
– List and use JavaScript equality operators;
– List and use JavaScript loops;
– Format and use arrays in JavaScript;
– Describe the types of scope in JavaScript;
– Link web pages to external JavaScript files;
– Describe what the Document Object Model (DOM) is;
– Describe how JavaScript can interact with the DOM;
– Describe the advantages of working with jQuery;
– Describe how to link a web site to jQuery plugin library;
– Describe how to write the correct syntax for writing jQuery selectors, methods and events;
– List the characteristics of unobtrusive JavaScript;
– Describe the syntax rules for JavaScript Object Notation (JSON).

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