This 1-day course builds on the skills and concepts
taught in SharePoint Designer 2007: Basic. Students will
learn how to create dynamic components, work with
multimedia files, create interactive content, design
with layers, and create tables and forms. Students will
also learn the basics of data-driven Web sites, and
they'll learn how to fix typical Web site problems.
Create a dynamic date and time
stamp, create a site map, insert Flash animations,
Windows Media Player files, and QuickTime movies, and
set their display properties.
Create basic rollovers, apply behaviours, specify the events and actions that comprise behaviours, create custom rollovers, and apply the Swap Images behaviour to create rollovers and disjoint rollovers.
Create layers and assign IDs, position layers, control the stacking order of layers, set specific values to position a layer precisely, control layer visibility, and create dynamic layers.
Create layout tables and layout cells to build a page layout, draw layout cells, create a fluid layout, and apply basic formatting options to layout tables and cells.
Create forms and insert and modify a variety of input fields, apply validation rules to text fields and option buttons, and test the validations to verify their functionality.
Identify the functionality and advantages of dynamic Web sites, discuss the basics of database connectivity and Web Parts, identify basic concepts regarding the applications students can create by using Web Parts, and apply an XML data source to a Web page.
Apply basic search engine optimization, insert description and keyword meta tags, check for browser compatibility problems, apply the Check Browser behaviour, remove unlinked files from a site, and use the Accessibility pane to locate, understand, and fix accessibility problems.
Web components and multimedia
Creating layout tables
Working with layout tables
Introduction to dynamic pages
Basic search engine optimization