This is the final course in the series and is a Level 3 course. The course is extremely intensive and follows on from the Web Site Design Course.

Session 1 - Revise Dreamweaver.  Mark up Languages and creating sites using web standards. 
Session 2 - Using CSS and different browsers - using Server Side Includes (SSI).
Session 3 - Server Interaction - Client-side and Server-side programming - javascript, Java applets, etc..
Session 4 - Frames - conventional frames and use of iframes.
Session 5 - Introduction to ASP, PHP and MySQL. Testing servers.
Session 6 - Using DW to create dynamic pages. Creating forms.
Session 7 - Creating an MySQL database.
Session 8 - Using Dreamweaver server behaviours with MySQL.
Session 9 - Using Dreamweaver for adding, editing and deleting records.
Session 10 - Searching databases - images - assignment criteria.
Session 11 - Passing information - using forms - assignment practise.
Session 12 - Database interaction and Frames - assignment practise.
Session 13 - Revision and Assignment Part 1.
Session 14 - Revision and Assignment Part 2.
Session 15 - Revision and Assignment Part 3.


The tutor is an experienced web page designer, who lends all his experience to create fun sessions that are also hard work.  The course does have some homework, which typically involves creating web sites or learning some new technology on your own.  You will require access to Dreamweaver and a suitable graphics package. 

When will I receive my results?

Results will be forwarded on as soon as they are received at the college.  Please note that certificates, where awarded, can take up to 4 months to be received at the college before forwarding on to learners.


While assignments from e-Quals (7266) offer the marking grades of Pass, Credit and Distinction, ITQ (7574) is only Pass/Fail. All assignments for 7574 have been created based on candidates requiring a minimum of 65% to pass.

Delivery - Classroom and workshop (practical) based.  Assessment - Exam.  City & Guilds - Certificate