The Web Editing 2.0 module sets out the skills and knowledge required to understand key web publishing concepts and to create, upload, and maintain a web site.
Every organisation, big or small, needs to have a web presence. Developing and maintaining a well-designed web site is a crucial tool for communication and engagement. Supporting these activities, the Web Editing module explains relevant concepts and builds the skills associated with using web publishing software.
What are the benefits of this module?
- Applicable to a variety of web publishing software.
- Provides the candidate with the skills to develop, publish, and maintain a website.
- Certifies best practice in website creation.
- Developed with input from computer users, subject matter experts, and practising computer professionals from all over the world. This process ensures the relevance and range of module content.
On completion of this module the candidate will be able to:
- Understand key web concepts and terms.
- Know about the basic principles of HTML; use common HTML mark-up tags to modify the layout of a web page.
- Use a web authoring application to design and format web pages; format text; work with hyperlinks and tables.
- Recognise and use common web image formats; create forms in a web page.
- Understand and use cascading style sheets.
- Prepare web pages for publishing to a web server.
The detailed syllabus for the Web Editing module is publicly available, so that there is complete clarity about what is covered.
The syllabus document, which sets out the specific skills and knowledge that you will learn and against which you will be certified, can be downloaded here.
Do you want to better understand the Web Editing module and how we test skills and knowledge?
Try out the Web Editing sample tests here to get a feel for the coverage of the module, or practice before your certification test.
ICDL Professional Modules
Marketing & Communications
Finance & Management
ICDL Professional is made up of groups of modules that are tailored for different sectors, covering the core skills that will only become more important over time.
Each module is supported by training materials that cover the syllabus content in a way that is easy to relate to day-to-day tasks and responsibilities within a particular sector.
Modules can be mixed and matched from different sectors to create a unique ICDL Profile. For example, someone working in marketing might take Digital Marketing, Advanced Word Processing, Advanced Presentation, and Image Editing.