Is this web development course well rounded?

The college I've enrolled with is offering this for their web design/development course: • Exploring Web Site Design Methodology. • Basic Design Concepts. • Page Layout and Design. • Site Navigation. • Graphics. • Multimedia. • The Development Process. • Understanding Web Site Design Technology. • HTML Standards and Compliance. • HTML Tables and Page Structure. • HTML Frames and Site Design. • Metadata in HTML. • Cascading Style Sheets. • Plug-Ins and Downloadable Files. • Using Web Site Development Tools. • Microsoft FrontPage 2000. • Macromedia Dreamweaver • Allaire HomeSite • Macromedia Flash 5.0 and Dynamic Media. • Applying Advanced Design Technology. • JavaScript and Client-Side Web Scripting. • Java Applets in Web Pages. • Extensible Markup Language and Authoring. • HTTP Servers and Cookies. • Web Site Publishing and Database Technology. Please give me your opinion on this. The tuition is 4 classes a week, of 3 hours duration each. And this is for 6 weeks. Is this enough?

Asked By: London Life - 9/14/2007
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It's both more than enough, and also NOT enough, all a the same time... More
Answered By: Gruumsh - 9/14/2007
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That should be more than enough to get started. Once you get into it you'll see what you're interested in and focus on that. If you're into pure HTML then you can focus on that. Most people use dreamweaver, its a pretty nice tool. I think if you take that class you'll do fine.
Answered By: ooodaveb - 9/14/2007
This would be a good start if you have never had any experience at all with web design. I do this for a living and most of the listed software is out of date but the methods should still be the same. If I were truly trying to learn from these classes I would focus my energy on studying HTML (xhtml) JavaScript, and... More
Answered By: AlaskaJoe - 9/14/2007
No, I believe this aint really enough. Well this course seems to be a start but I dont really see any serious web programming in your syllabus. If you are just planning to become a designer then this would help, but if you are looking to be a developer this wouldnt suffice... More
Answered By: the_adrastos - 9/14/2007
NO man this is not web development It is only web designing(for it, it is sufficient) Development means Server Side Scripting in any of the language such as ASP, ASP.NET, JSP or PHP.
Answered By: hmmmmmmmm! - 9/14/2007
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