Course Details

Computer Science II

Academic Year 2023/24

GU51 course is part of 1 study plan

B-P-C-GK / GI Summer Semester 2nd year

Basic rules for creating lectures and presentations.
Image information and its format, integration capabilities in presentation techniques.
Languages for describing the content and format of the document.
Basics of application protocol HTTP and WWW Internet service.
The markup language HTML, elements and their attributes. Advanced use of CSS in the document.
Basics of XML and its tools. XSLT style sheet.
JavaScript language for client-side dynamic parts of the document.
Standard document formats, MIME extension, analysis and opportunities for mutual conversion.
Preparation of the Internet presentation of heterogeneous materials.

Course Guarantor



Basics of presentation techniques. Overview of Internet technologies, Internet authoring skill.


Overview of Internet technologies, Internet authoring and presentation skills


User knowledge of operating system, basics of computer networks.

Language of instruction



2 credits



Forms and criteria of assessment

course-unit credit

Specification of controlled instruction, the form of instruction, and the form of compensation of the absences

Extent and forms are specified by guarantor’s regulation updated for every academic year.

Offered to foreign students

Not to offer

Course on BUT site


13 weeks, 2 hours/week, compulsory


1. Basic rules for creating presentations and lectures. 2. Making presentations suitable for direct lecturing. 3. Used data formats and their interconversion. 4. Basic application protocols and Internet services. 5.-6. Markup language HTML. 7. Advanced language features, inserting objects, new elements in the HTML 5.0 standard 8.-9 Dynamic document on the client side, programming language JavaScript. 10. Using of cascading style sheets for consistent appearance and behavior. 11. Introduction to XML, data formatting by XSLT, structured data in Internet. 12.-13. Design of individual presentation with management of navigation and dynamic elements.