• Overview:Photoshop is the leading digital image editing application for the Internet, Print and other new media disciplines. It is embraced by millions of graphic artists, print designers, visual communicators, and regular people like you. It's likely that nearly every picture you've seen has either been created or edited by Photoshop. The powerful tools used to enhance and edit these pictures are also capable for use in the digital world including the infinite possibilities of the Internet.


  • Exploring the Photoshop environment

  • Determining the resolution & graphic type

  • Working with selections & layers

  • Enhancing images with paint & filters

  • Exploring image modes & color adjustments

  • Saving images for Web& Print

  • Enhancing Images

  • Working with vector parts

  • Applying custom fills

  • Working with layers

  • Automating tasks

  • Integrating with other adobe applications

  • Preparing web images

  • Optimizing images

  • Preparing images for cross-platform viewing

  • Creating web page layout

  • Exporting a web page

  • Creating animations for web & mobile devices



  • Overview:An HTML document is an ASCII text file that contains embedded HTML tags. The HTML tags are used to identify the structure of the document and to identify hyperlinks (to be highlighted) and their associated URLs.


  • Introduction

  • Understanding HTML

  • Paragraphs

  • Font

  • Hyperlinks

  • Table

  • List

  • Forms

  • Drop down menu

  • Complete webpage



  • Overview:HTML 5 is a new version of HTML 4.01 and XHTML 1.0 It defines a markup language that can be written in both HTML (HTML5) and XML (XHTML5) and many APIs that form the basis of the Web architecture, Enhancing XHTML to better support Web applications.


  • Introduction

  • New element

  • Video

  • Video/DOM

  • Audio

  • Drag & Drop

  • Canvas

  • SVG

  • Geo Location

  • Web storage

  • App cache



  • Overview: CSS or Cascading Style Sheets is a special style-sheet language that describes the presentation of a document that has been written in a markup language like HTML or XHTML. CSS is commonly used to define the presentation of web pages written in XHTML or HTML.


  • Introduction & understanding to CSS

  • Syntax, Classes, IDs

  • Divisions, Spans

  • Margins, Padding

  • Text, Font Properties

  • Links, Lists

  • Backgrounds, Border

  • Width & Height properties

  • Classification



  • Overview:Dreamweaver allows you - the web author - to concentrate more on design and less on coding. Dreamweaver has become increasingly more capable of producing neat, efficient HTML code that supports the W3C standards. In addition, it has included increasing support for newer technologies such as CSS, ASP and PHP.


  • Setting up Dreamweaver

  • Planning a Website

  • Creating your First Website

  • Fonts & Text on the Web

  • Images, Rollovers & Hotspots

  • Introduction to CSS

  • Working with CSS

  • Designing Accessible Tables

  • Writing HTML & CSS

  • Adding Interactivity

  • Using Templates

  • Testing & Publishing a Website

  • Understanding web technologies`

  • Personalizing the Dreamweaver workspace



  • Overview: Flash is a powerful software program that can greatly enhance a variety of multimedia formats. It can be used to create animated movies that are small in file size, load quickly, and incorporate user interaction and sound. And Action Script is the scripting language that is embedded into Flash files. This scripting capability allows for Flash to become dynamic in content as well as just image. Action Script is what gives Flash developers the ability to create games and interactive menus


  • Overview of Adobe Flash

  • Uses of Adobe Flash

  • The Adobe Flash family components

  • Flash Techniques - Animation overview

  • Flash Techniques - Frame by frame

  • Working with the Flash interface

  • Drawing & Color

  • Animation within Flash

  • Symbols & Instances

  • Working with Bitmaps, Text

  • Working with Button, Symbols

  • Movie Clip

  • Working with Scenes

  • Action script Basics

  • Flash Extras



  • Overview: jQuery was originally a cross-browser means of easy DOM traversal and manipulation has now grown into a mature, full-featured library resource that contains not just tools that make working with the DOM a pleasure, but many additional and robust tools that make JavaScript coding much easier.


  • Intro

  • Syntax

  • Selector

  • Events

  • Effects

  • Callback



  • Overview: JavaScript is a cross-platform, object-oriented scripting language. JavaScript is a small, lightweight language; it is not useful as a standalone language, but is designed for easy embedding in other products and applications, such as web browsers. Inside a host environment, JavaScript can be connected to the objects of its environment to provide programmatic control over them.


  • What is JavaScript?

  • JavaScript basics

  • Writing JavaScript

  • Working with JavaScript objects

  • Using third party objects

  • Creating your own objects

  • Using regular expressions for pattern matching

  • Coping with differences between browsers

  • Events and event handlers

  • Working with forms

  • XML

  • Error handling and debugging



  • Overview: PHP is a very powerful server-side scripting language like ASP for developing dynamic web applications. Using PHP, you can build interactive and dynamic websites with ease. All the PHP scripts are executed on the server (Apache, IIS etc) and it supports various databases; however, it is mostly used with MySQL. Another reason for the ever-increasing popularity of PHP is that it is free to download and use.


  • Introduction to Web Server Programming

  • Basic language constructs

  • Input & Output

  • Web database connectivity

  • User & session tracking

  • Email communication



  • Overview: In the world of Web programming, AJAX stands for Asynchronous JavaScript and XML. AJAX techniques are used to allow a website to communicate with the server without having to load a new page into the browser. By communicating with the server while the page is still loaded, data can be retrieved and dynamically inserted into the existing page. In the same vein, elements can be removed from the page, or altered as required.


  • Ajax introduction

  • Ajax Request

  • Ajax Example

  • Ajax browsers

  • Ajax server script