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WebYoda Certifications History
The WebYoda certifications were the first nationally recognized webmaster certifications available. In October 1997, WebYoda, in partnership with Florida State University, began developing the first national webmaster certification standard. The first WebYoda certification was awarded on March 09, 1998. To date, WebYoda has awarded over 7785 certifications.

WAW Certification Overview
The WebYoda Associate Webmastertm (WAW)tm certification is our entry-level certification and covers our first four core webmaster courses. The WAW certification is for candidates seeking the knowledge to develop and activate their own basic website and avoid the large fees of outsourcing the project to someone else.

The WAW certification is for anyone who wants to improve his/her HTML/XHTML and CSS skills without making a major commitment. This certification is the prerequisite to the WCW certification exam, and provides the skills needed to acquire an entry-level webmaster position for maintaining existing static websites or building simple websites from scratch. The exam is 64 questions, and students have 90 minutes to complete the exam, which is timed by our server. Candidates must score 70% or higher to pass the exam and be awarded the WAW certification.

WAW Courses
The WAW courses are those courses that directly prepare students to pass the WAW certification exam.
 Mastering the Internet
 Beginning HTML
      
 Advanced HTML
 Cascading Style Sheets

WAW Assessment/Practice Exams
WOW Academy offers a WAW assessment exam. The cost of the WAW assessment exam is $10 for students taking WOW Academy courses and $20 for those students not needing to take WOW Academy courses.

Taking the WAW Certification Exam
The WAW certification exam is the prerequisite to the WCW certification exam. This is a non-proctored exam which can be purchased via WOW Academy and then attempted online at any time.

WAW Certification Exam Cost
The WAW certification exam is $50 for students taking WOW Academy courses and $100 for those not taking WOW Academy courses.

Domains and Topics
The tables below list the domains measured by this certification and the extent to which they are represented in the exam.

Mastering the Internet
  • What is the Internet?
  • What is an Intranet?
  • Clients and Servers Defined
  • What is a Host?
  • What is a Webhost?
  • TCP/IP Defined
  • Internet Languages
  • Internet History
  • Internet Timeline
  • About Usenet
  • Using Usenet Newsgroups
  • Usenet Tests Groups
  • Internet Email
  • Internet Chat
  • Internet Lingo
  • Internet Emoticons
  • Internet Shorthand
  • Netiquette
  • Web Browsers
  • Rebel Web Browsers
  • Using FireFox
  • Using Internet Explorer
  • Browser Dependent Features
  • Only in Netscape
  • Only in Internet Explorer
  • Browser Plug-ins
  • Browser Cookies
  • Search Engines
  • Web Indexes
  • Search Engine Rankings
  • Optimize Your Search
  • Internet Search Tools
  • About FTP
  • FTP Terminology
  • About FTP Downloading
  • Downloading With a Browser
  • Uploading with FTP
  • Downloading with FTP
  • Free Internet Services
  • Free Internet Resources
  • Free Internet Hosting

Beginning XHTML
  • Minimal HTML tags
  • Comments Tags
  • Tag Attributes
  • Background Colors
  • Text Colors
  • Line Breaks
  • Preformatted Text
  • Paragraphs
  • Headings
  • Horizontal Rules
  • Text Alignment
  • Tag Etiquette
  • Bold Tags
  • Italic Tags
  • Font Sizing
  • Font Coloring
  • Font Typeface
  • Font Superscript/Subscript
  • Special Characters
  • Ordered Lists
  • Unordered Lists
  • Definition Lists
  • Nested Lists
  • About Links
  • Link Colors
  • Linking to Local Files
  • Linking to Documents
  • About URLs
  • Linking to a website
  • Linking within a File
  • Linking to an FTP Site
  • Linking to Local Drives
  • Linking to email
  • Color Schemes
  • Background Graphics
  • Background Textures
  • Displaying Graphics
  • Image Spacing Attributes
  • Missing Text and Graphics
  • Using a Graphic as a Link

Advanced XHTML
  • Basic Table Tags
  • Table Padding
  • Table Spacing
  • Table Header Tag
  • Table Cell Color
  • Table Span
  • Column Span
  • Table Cell Alignment
  • Empty Table Cells
  • Table Column Span
  • Table Row Span
  • Nested Tables
  • Basic Form Tags
  • Form Password Input
  • Form Check Boxes
  • Form Radio Buttons
  • Form Pull-Down Menus
  • Form Scrollable
  • Form Text Areas
  • Form Reset buttons
  • Form Cancel buttons
  • Using "mailto:" in Forms
  • Transparent Graphics
  • Animated Graphics
  • Graphic Submit buttons
  • Image Mapping
  • Frame Target Attributes
  • Frame Design
  • Good Frame Examples
  • Bad Frame Examples
  • About Dynamic HTML
  • What are Style Sheets
  • Limitations of DHTML
  • Alternatives to DHTML

Cascading Style Sheets
  • About Style
  • CSS1 vs. CSS2
  • Inline Style Limitations
  • Inline Style Syntax
  • Background Image
  • Attached Backgrounds
  • Background Repeat
  • Text Alignment
  • Text Indentation
  • Text Spacing
  • Text Decoration
  • Text Case Control
  • Font Family
  • Font Size
  • Font Weight "Bold"
  • Font Style "Italic"
  • Content Padding
  • Border Style
  • Border Color
  • Border Width
  • Border Compatibility
  • Line Spacing
  • Margin Control
  • Form Background and Border
  • Textbox Control
  • Textarea Control
  • Select Control
  • Button Control
  • Float Right
  • Float Clear
  • About Layers
  • What Layers Can Do
  • The DIV tag
  • Making a Layer
  • Absolute Positioning
  • Relative Positioning
  • Layer Priority
  • Layer Content Overflow
  • Inline Style Shortcomings
  • About Style Sheets
  • The <style> tag
  • CSS Backward Compatibility
  • Embedded Style Sheets
  • CSS Comments
  • Using Classes
  • Style Grouping
  • Using IDs
  • External Style Sheets
  • Style Inheritance
  • CSS Best Practices

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