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This course builds upon the previous course of this series to cover the remaining HTML/XHTML elements that are used within most web pages. These include lists, tables, frames, and forms. You will also see how to include images, applets, audio, and other objects in a web page.

By the end of the course, you will have the skills you need to develop the XHTML pages and forms that are used in typical ebusiness web sites.

Approximate Study Time: 2.5 hours


After completing this course, you should be able to:

  • Code the XHTML elements to identify the following document components:
    • Ordered or unordered lists
    • Tables
    • Frames
    • Images
    • Horizontal rules
    • Forms
  • Given a display formatting requirement for a specified XHTML element, identify the CSS property that can be used to achieve the desired result
  • Code the XHTML elements to support the following field types within an online form:
    • Text boxes
    • Radio buttons
    • Check boxes
    • Text areas
    • Buttons
    • Passwords
    • Hidden fields

Topic Outline




Graphics, Applets, and Multimedia



This course should be taken by the individuals responsible for implementing an organization's web site. The audience includes webmasters, content developers, application programmers, and system administrators.


This course assumes that you are familiar with the concepts and basic operations of both IBM i and personal computer systems.

In addition, you should have an understanding of the role of HTML, JavaScript, Java applets, Java servlets, and CGI programs in an ebusiness environment. This prerequisite can be satisfied by completing the first course of this series, eBusiness: From HTML to WebSphere. You should also be able to code the basic HTML/XHTML elements and Cascading Style Sheets covered in the previous course of this series, Coding HTML and XHTML: Basic Elements.

You may also have obtained these skills by taking other courses or through relevant work experience.