eCommerce and Web Development
eCommerce 1
Course Content                       
  • Introduction to the Internet and evolution of electronic commerce
  • Hypertext Mark up Language
  • Create documents using html tags
  • Customize page properties, modify global defaults of the body tag
  • Format text colour, font size, alignment, style etc
  • Working with lists
  • Adding graphics, images, sound and multimedia to web page
  • Hyperlinks and special characters
  • Create and use tables
  • Internet protocols (FTP, Gopher, Http, etc)
    Expected Outcomes
      On completion of this hands-on training, you will be able to design and format HTML documents using standard HTML tags. This training is invaluable for those interested in a career involving developing and maintaining web sites.
      A basic knowledge of computers is required. Knowledge of the Internet is an advantage.
    Dates and Time
      Saturdays, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
    Fee & Registration
    Contact (416) 781-2365

    To reserve a space on the program, interested individuals are required to register and pay a $50.00 deposit on acceptance before date of course commencement. Click here to contact BARC to register.

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    To enroll for eCommerce1 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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