Facebook Privacy

The latest information about protecting your privacy online when using Facebook.

Historical Phases of Website Design

1. Just a website

2. Either interesting or
easy to use. Rarely both.

3. Websites that deliver
real value, positive
customer experience, high
marks on brand value,
content, ease-of-use,
performance, and

4. AJAX, Mobile Web,
Social Networking

Web Process Diagram


XHTML is the newest version of HTML. We refer to XHTML and HTML interchangeably.
The history of HTML at W3C starts with HTML 3.2, code named Wilbur, which was followed a few years later by HTML 4.0, then HTML 4.01. HTML 4.01 is the last version of HTML, and is also the final W3C specification to define the semantics of markup.
XHTML 1.1 has slighly improved the semantics of HTML 4.01

Creating Websites Series in Carbondale and Aspen this Fall

Creating Websites Series

The 8-week "Creating Websites" series is in Carbondale and Aspen this Fall.

Click here for the handouts used in the Summer Creating Websites Series.

The most fruitful design strategy

1. Support short visits; be
a snack

2. Encourage users to
return; use mechanisms
such as newsletters as a

3. Emphasize search engine
visibility and other ways of increasing frequent visits by addressing users’ immediate needs


An acronym for
HyperText Markup
Language. HTML codes
are interpreted by the web
browser to format documents
in a particular way.


Browsers are
software programs that
allow a user to view
images and read
hypertext documents (i.e.
Web pages). For example
Mozilla Firefox, Internet
Explorer, Safari, and
Chrome are browsers.


Cascading Style
Sheets are declarations
that describe how a
document should be presented
on the Web with
styling and formatting

Colorado Mountain College Fall Course Schedule



Roaring Fork Colorado Mountain College Bulletin
Aspen Colorado Mountain College Bulletin

Colorado Mountain College
Roaring Fork Campus Bulletin
See pg. 5 for the
Creating Websites Series in Carbondale

The Carbondale series meets on Fridays 9:00 am to 2:50 pm from September 4th through October 23rd.

Colorado Mountain College
Aspen Campus Bulletin
See pg. 7 for the
Creating Websites Series in Aspen

The Aspen series meets on Wednesdays 9:00 am to 2:50 pm from September 23rd through November 11th.

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