Vce It Applications Unit 3 Outcome 1

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| IT Applications Unit 3 Outcome 1 Revision Notes|
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| IT VCE Feb 2013|

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| IT Applications Unit 3 Outcome 1 Revision Notes|
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| IT VCE Feb 2013|

Table of Contents
Revision2
Section 1 – Purpose of a Website2
Blogs2
Chat Rooms2
Forums3
Social Networking3
Wikis3
Section 2 – Websites and Data4
Why Organisations Acquire Data Via Websites4
Why Individuals and Organisation Supply Data Via Websites4
Techniques for Acquiring Data on Websites4
Techniques for protecting the rights of individuals and organisations supplying data4
CSS/CMS5
Static Websites5
Dynamic Websites5
Content Management Systems5
Introduction5
Content Creation5
Content Management6
Publishing6
Presentation6
Pros and Cons7
Software7
Cascading Styled Sheets (CSS)7
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Revision
Section 1 – Purpose of a Website
* To provide information and news (inform)Static Website (no interaction) * To promote an opinion (persuade)Blog
* To teach (educate)Wiki
* To answer questionsForum
* To entertain
* To provide information and news (inform)
* To promote an opinion (persuade)
* To teach (educate)
* To answer questions
* To entertain
Blogs
* Diary entries, commentary, news, pictures and videos
* Mainly one way communication
* Have feedback so readers can leave comment
* Most are text based
* Examples
Videoshttp://ryanedit.blogspot.com.au
Audiohttp://www.abc.net.au/services/poadcasting
Photoshttp://www.photoblog.com/stuartbarbara
* Technorati (http://technorati.com )is a popular search engine Chat Rooms
* Online messaging services
* Communication in real time (synchronous - existing or occurring at same time) * Many are commercial
* Let communities interact quickly
* Textbox, Scrolling Window
* To join need to register, given a username and password for security * Avatar is an identity/nickname users assumes to protect their name * Moderator is a person who monitors communication to ensure people follow rules, they have power to ban, discipline, warn and educate users. * Rules

No abusing
No trolling (deliberately post inflammatory messages to get a reaction) Don’t flood
* Example: http://www.wireclub.com

Forums
* Also known as message boards
* Multi-user threaded message application
* Posted messages is form of conversation between users
* Thread is a continuous conversation/post & replies on a specific topic * Hierarchical – forums divided into boards (main topics) and sub-boards (sub-topics) * Example: http://forums.whirlpool.net.au

* Have their own netiquette/etiquette/rules:
No spamming (flooding server with data)
Posts must be on-topic (OT)
Personal Arguments with individuals should be taken
No trolling
No abusing
Read rules
Give posts titles
Banned topics not to be used
Social Networking
* Sites allow people to communicate with others
* Present information about themselves
* Some are special-interest (e.g. green living, Indian people, genealogy, teenagers) * Others (e.g. Facebook, Twitter) have no specific theme. * Have a profile page
* Problems:
Stalking
Grooming
Posting Persona Information
Posts will last forever
Employers have sacked workers
Wikis
* Examples: Wikipedia, Wikispaces
* Online...
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