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eCommerce and Web Development
Module Description
EC1
eCommerce 1 training
Introduction to the Internet and fundamental concepts of electronic commerce. Learn to create documents for the world wide web using Hypertext Mark-up Language (HTML). Learn to format text, create tables, add images, graphics elements, and multimedia.
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EC2 Learn advanced topics such as meta tags, frames, submit forms and Java Script validation. Cascading style sheets, XML. Learn to customize and embed sound and video. Learn to use page authoring and graphics tools such as Microsoft Front Page, Macromedia DreamWeaver, and PhotoShop. Explore creating an eCommerce site featuring transaction processing, use database for transaction management.
EC3 Develop and deploy an eCommerce site, use meta tags, search engines. Learn advanced server-side scripting used to deliver dynamic and interactive content for eCommerce websites using tools such as Perl & CGI, ASP, PHP and VB Scripting. Web Server configuration, administration and management. The hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP).
Course Benefits
Program facilitates a detailed understanding of the Internet and electronic commerce using the latest web development technologies. It also teaches the fundamentals of html, syntax and how to build and maintain dynamic sites required in electronic business. A basic knowledge of computers is required and knowledge of the Internet is an advantage.
Who Should Attend
This training is useful for those interested in a career as a web developer or involved in establishing, developing and maintaining a website.

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To enroll for eCommerce and Web Development call (416) 783-3669 or click here to email your registration.

You can enroll full-time or take selected modules progressively on a part-time basis.
On either track, training is hands-on with 40% of course time spent on instruction and the remaining 60% on lab work.
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