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CIW Foundations 1D0-410 Online Course

12 Month Subscription - $70
Live Mentor +$30

Summary:
This series is designed to prepare the student to pass the CIW Foundations 1D0-410 exam. This series covers the three topic areas addressed by the exam: Internet Fundamentals, Web Page Authoring Fundamentals, and Networking Fundamentals. The first part of the series covers how to use key Internet technologies, how to configure a browser, how to effectively use search engines, and basic electronic commerce and security issues. The second part of this series teaches how to create Web pages, using both a text editor and a graphical user interface editor, that include graphics, hyperlinks, tables, forms, and frames. It also covers the use of Cascading Style Sheets and the basics of XHTML, JavaScript, DHTML, and the DOM. The third part of this series covers fundamental networking concepts and practices, including network architecture and standards, network types, protocols, Internet servers, TCP/IP, and security.

Audience:
This series is for anyone who is interested in learning the fundamentals of the Internet and the World Wide Web, and for anyone preparing for the Certified Internet Webmaster Foundations exam 1D0-410.

Features:
●  Exercises that allow users to practice the application
●  A file containing the text of the exercises
●  Activities that allow users to apply course concepts in an interactive questioning environment
●  Simulations that allow users to practice course skills, even if they don't have access to the application
●  A glossary
●  A Skill Assessment

Certification:
Certified Internet Webmaster Foundations 1D0-410

Topics included in this course:
CIW Foundations 1D0-410:1 The Internet and the World Wide Web
CIW Foundations 1D0-410:2 E-Mail, FTP, Newsgroups, and Telnet
CIW Foundations 1D0-410:3 Objects, Plug-Ins, Viewers, and Security
CIW Foundations 1D0-410:4 Search Engines and E-Commerce
CIW Foundations 1D0-410:5 Web Page Authoring and HTML Coding
CIW Foundations 1D0-410:6 Graphical Elements, Hyperlinks, and Tables
CIW Foundations 1D0-410:7 Forms, Images, and Frames
CIW Foundations 1D0-410:8 HTML ditors and Extensions
CIW Foundations 1D0-410:9 Networking, Protocols, LANs and WANs
CIW Foundations 1D0-410:10 Internet Addressing and Servers
CIW Foundations 1D0-410:11 Scripting, Connectivity, and Security
CIW Foundations 1D0-410:12 Practice Exam for Internet Fundamentals
CIW Foundations 1D0-410:13 Practice Exam for Web Page Authoring
CIW Foundations 1D0-410:14 Practice Exam for Networking Fundamentals

CIW Foundations 1D0-410:1 The Internet and the World Wide Web
Summary:
This course provides a brief history of the Internet and the World Wide Web. It describes the protocols and technologies used by the Internet, and explains how to use and configure a Web browser.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Trace the evolution of the Internet and the World Wide Web
Describe Internet technologies including TCP/IP, client/server and push/pull
Explain the network protocols and structure used by the Internet
Use a browser to access, view and navigate Web pages
Configure a browser for your personal use

Topics:
The Evolution of the Internet
How the Internet Works
The Client/Server Model on the Internet
Connecting to the Internet
Internet Protocols
The Domain Name System (DNS)
The Business of Domain Names
Uniform Resource Locators (URLs)
Intranets and Extranets
The World Wide Web
Web Browsers
Customizing a Browser
The History Folder
Browser Cache
Using Bookmarks and Favorites
Image Loading
Wireless Application Protocol (WAP)
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CIW Foundations 1D0-410:2 E-Mail, FTP, Newsgroups, and Telnet
Summary:
This course provides an overview of e-mail and various e-mail client programs. It examines how to use e-mail, describes how to use mailing lists and e-mail attachments, and discusses issues of e-mail privacy. This course also examines the Internet remote protocols FTP and Telnet, and explains the functions of newsgroups on the Internet.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Send and receive e-mail using a client e-mail program
Expand e-mail functionality with signatures and attachments
Explain the purpose of mailing lists
Access and download files using File Transmission Protocol (FTP)
Read and post messages to newsgroups
Access resources using Telnet

Topics:
E-Mail Basics
Microsoft Outlook Express E-Mail
Netiquette
E-Mail Signatures
E-Mail Privacy
E-Mail Attachments
Mailing Lists
File Transfer Protocol (FTP)
Downloading and Uploading with FTP
Newsgroups
Newsgroup Categories and Structure
Telnet
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CIW Foundations 1D0-410:3 Objects, Plug-Ins, Viewers, and Security
Summary:
This course provides an overview of Internet programming and scripting languages, including C, C++, Java, JavaScript, ActiveX, Jscript and VBScript. It introduces several widely-used browser plug-ins and their functionality, and also provides an overview of security issues regarding the Internet, including cookies, authentication, encryption, firewalls and virus attacks.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Describe objects, plug-ins and viewers, their purposes, and their relationships to multimedia
Configure browser security preferences
Explain the significance of security features including Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS), authentication, certificates, encryption, proxy servers and firewalls
Describe a computer virus and how to protect against attacks

Topics:
Multimedia on the Web
Web Languages
Plug-In Technology
Browser Plug-Ins
Viewers
Miscellaneous File Formats
Internet Security
Cookies
Authentication and Digital Certificates
Configuring Browser Security
Encryption
Viruses
Proxy Servers
Firewalls
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CIW Foundations 1D0-410:4 Search Engines and E-Commerce
Summary:
This course provides an overview of different types of Internet search engines and various Internet search techniques, including Boolean operators. This course also defines electronic commerce and explains e-commerce standards, including Electronic Data Interchange, Secure Electronic Transactions and smart cards. In addition, this course covers the fundamentals of project management.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Explain the function of search engines
Use keywords, indexes, variables and Boolean operators in Web searches
Define electronic commerce and its key advantages, drawbacks, international issues and legal considerations
Identify the principal features of Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) and Secure Electronic Transactions (SET)
Describe the fundamentals of project management, including the major stages of a design/development project cycle

Topics:
Search Engines
Adding a Web Site to a Search Engine
Basic Search Techniques
Advanced Search Techniques
Searching for Special Types of Information
Pre-Web Search Tools
E-Commerce Basics
E-Commerce Standards
E-Commerce Advantages and Issues
International Support
Visitor Tracking
Payment Processing
Copyrights, Licensing and Trademarks
E-Commerce Solutions
Project Management Fundamentals
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CIW Foundations 1D0-410:5 Web Page Authoring and HTML Coding
Summary:
This course introduces Web page creation using text and GUI HTML editors, and provides an overview of Web page design issues such as the interface, business considerations, and bandwidth. It also examines the origins of HTML and its various flavors, and shows the basics of HTML coding, including common tags and formatting techniques.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Distinguish between creating Web pages using an HTML text editor and a GUI HTML editor
Explain Web page design and creation issues, including the interface, accessibility, branding, page naming conventions and bandwidth
Describe HTML and its versions, and explain how it is controlled
Identify HTML document tags and use them to create and format HTML pages

Topics:
Creating Web Pages
Web Page Accessibility
Front-End Issues
Back-End Issues
What Is HTML?
HTML Standards
XHTML
Web Browsers and Standards
Markup Tags
Document Structure Tags
Paragraph Formatting
Block-Level Elements
Indenting and Centering Text
Text-Level Elements
Lists
Comments and Good Practices
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CIW Foundations 1D0-410:6 Graphical Elements, Hyperlinks, and Tables
Summary:
This course introduces Web page graphic elements such as horizontal rules, images, colors and font specifications. It examines how to link text and images to other files and sites, and how to create and manipulate tables on a Web page.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Add and manipulate horizontal rules to a Web page
Manipulate colors, fonts and backgrounds
Create URL references and various types of hyperlinks
Create and format tables in Web pages

Topics:
Adding Horizontal Rule Lines
Using Images in Web Pages
Aligning Images to Text
The ALT Attribute and Resizing Images
Special Characters
Specifying Colors and Palette
Page Colors and Backgrounds
Specifying Font Information
Links and the Anchor Tag
Using Images as Links
Creating Internal Links
Tables
Table and Data Alignment
Changing Height and Width
Column and Row Spanning
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CIW Foundations 1D0-410:7 Forms, Images, and Frames
Summary:
This course introduces HTML form elements such as text boxes, radio buttons, check boxes, etc. It examines how to create client-side image maps and link them to URLs, and discusses graphics issues such as transparency, interlacing and animation. It also shows how to create frames in a Web site to further enhance the user's experience.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Identify and use HTML form elements
Create client-side image maps
Define graphic issues including transparency, interlacing and animation
Define frames and the purpose of the frameset document
Use the FRAMESET, FRAME, NOFRAMES and BASE tags

Topics:
Web Forms
The FORM Tag
Web Form Fields
Form Handling
Text Boxes, Submit and Reset Buttons
Radio Buttons
Check Boxes
Select Lists
Scrolling Text Area Box
Image Maps
Defining a Client-Side Image Map
Image Transparency and Interlacing
Animated GIFs
Frames and the Frameset Document
Frame Tags and Attributes
Targets
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CIW Foundations 1D0-410:8 HTML ditors and Extensions
Summary:
This course examines how to use a GUI HTML editor to create Web pages. It also examines how to extend the capabilities of HTML by using Cascading Style Sheets, the Document Object Model, XHTML and XML.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Identify and explain the features of a GUI HTML editor, and create a Web page using one
Describe the effects of Cascading Style Sheets on Web page design
Identify and describe the purpose and uses of JavaScript, Dynamic HTML (DHTML), Extensible HTML (XHTML), and Extensible Markup Language (XML)
Explain the function of the Document Object Model (DOM)

Topics:
GUI Editors
Creating Web Pages in a GUI Editor
Formatting Your Web Page
Hyperlinks, Images and Tables
HTML Text Editors vs. GUI Editors
Web Site Publishing
Cascading Style Sheets
CSS1 and HTML
Using Other Style Sheets
JavaScript
Dynamic HTML (DHTML)
Document Object Model (DOM)
XHTML and XML
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CIW Foundations 1D0-410:9 Networking, Protocols, LANs and WANs
Summary:
This course provides an overview of basic networking concepts such as the client/server model, types of networks, network topologies, and major network operating systems. It examines networking protocols and the OSI Reference Model, and discusses LANs and WANS, communication devices, and transmission types and media used in networking.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Describe basic network architectures and topologies
Identify the major network operating systems and their clients
Discuss the Open Systems Interconnection Reference Model (OSI/RM), including the layers and functions at each level
Describe key internetworking protocols, including TCP/IP, and their functions
Explain how various LAN and WAN devices work together
Identify the differences among common transmission media used in networking
Describe different transmission types
Identify LAN and WAN standards

Topics:
Networks and the Client/Server Model
Web-Based Networking
Network Topologies
Network Operating Systems
The OSI Reference Model
Packets
OSI/RM Protocols
Networking Protocols
Choosing and Combining Protocols
Basics of LANs and WANs
Network Components
Transmission Media
Transmission Types
IEEE and Other LAN Standards
WAN Standards
T-Carrier and E-Carrier Systems
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CIW Foundations 1D0-410:10 Internet Addressing and Servers
Summary:
This course examines the four layers of the Internet architecture model, and defines common Internet protocols and their functions. It introduces key concepts of IP addresses and subnet masks, and provides an overview of TCP/IP diagnostic tools. It also examines the major types of internetworking servers and how they function on TCP/IP networks.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Describe the Internet Architecture Model and various Internet protocols
Explain the routing process, including the Routing Information Protocol and the Open Shortest Path First protocol
Explain IP addressing and address classes
Identify and describe the functions and features of various server types
Describe how each type of internetworking server uses TCP/IP suite protocols
Describe access security features of an HTTP server
Define MIME and explain how MIME types are used by HTTP and mail servers
Describe the functions of DNS

Topics:
Internet Architecture Model
Request for Comments (RFCs)
Internet Protocols
Routing
Port Numbers and Internet Addressing
IP Addressing Rules
TCP/IP Desktop Configurations
Diagnostic Tools
File and Print Servers
HTTP Servers
Proxy, Cache and Media Servers
Mail and Mailing List Servers
DNS Servers
FTP and News Servers
Other Servers and Server Products
The Internet Daemon
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CIW Foundations 1D0-410:11 Scripting, Connectivity, and Security
Summary:
This course examines server-side scripting and how it extends Web server functionality, including database connectivity. It also examines the issue of network security, and how to identify and protect against security threats using tools such as encryption, authentication, and firewalls.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Explain the uses of server-side scripting and define gateways, including CGI
Describe server programming interface alternatives to CGI, such as Java gateways, ActiveX Data Objects and Server Application Programming Interfaces
Describe server-side scripting applications, including Java Server Pages, Personal Home Page, Active Server Pages and Server-Side Java Script
Explain the different types of databases and database management systems
Explain the need for network security and identify resources that require security
Describe the types of security threats and hacker attacks
Explain how to protect your computer from a virus attack
Describe the audit process and authentication principles
Describe enterprise-level security protocols and firewalls

Topics:
HTTP Gateways
HTML Forms and Forms Processing
Common Gateway Interface (CGI)
Server Programming Interfaces
Introduction to Scripting
Java Servlets
Databases and Database Connectivity
Database Connectivity Implementations
Security Basics and Types of Attacks
Viruses
Hackers and Defeating Attacks
Auditing
Intrusion Detection Software and Authentication
Encryption
VPNs, SSL and Digital Certificates
Firewalls
Firewall Topology
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CIW Foundations 1D0-410:12 Practice Exam for Internet Fundamentals
Summary:
This course provides practice exam questions for the Internet Fundamentals topic of the CIW Foundations 1D0-410 certification exam.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Demonstrate familiarity with the concepts of the Internet and the World Wide Web
Demonstrate familiarity with e-mail, FTP, newgroups, and Telnet
Demonstrate familiarity with objects and plug-ins in browser files
Demonstrate familiarity with different viewers and browsers
Demonstrate familiarity with the importance of browser and Internet security
Demonstrate familiarity with search engines and the concepts of e-commerce

Topics:
The Internet
The World Wide Web
E-Mail
FTP
Newsgroups
Telnet
Objects
Plug-Ins
Viewers
Security
Search Engines
E-Commerce
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CIW Foundations 1D0-410:13 Practice Exam for Web Page Authoring
Summary:
This course provides practice exam questions for the Web Page Authoring Fundamentals topic of the CIW Foundations 1D0-410 certification exam.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Demonstrate familiarity with basic web page authoring, including HTML coding
Demonstrate familiarity with graphical elements, hyperlinks, tables, forms, frames, and images in HTML pages
Demonstrate familiarity with different HTML editors and extensions

Topics:
Basics of Web Page Authoring
HTML Coding
Graphical Elements
Hyperlinks
Tables
Forms
Images
Frames
HTML Editors
HTML Extensions
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CIW Foundations 1D0-410:14 Practice Exam for Networking Fundamentals
Summary:
This course provides practice exam questions for the Networking Fundamentals topic of the CIW Foundations 1D0-410 certification exam.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Demonstrate familiarity with basic networking concepts and protocols
Demonstrate familiarity with LANs, WANs, and TCP/IP
Demonstrate familiarity with Internet addressing and servers
Demonstrate familiarity with scripting and database connectivity
Demonstrate familiarity with Internet and network security concepts

Topics:
Basics of Networking
Networking Protocols
LANs
WANs
TCP/IP
Internet Addressing
Internet Servers
Scripting
Database Connectivity
Internet and Network Security
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12 Month Subscription - $70
Live Mentor +$30