Introduction to HTML5 and CSS3

PT15141
Summary
This course helps beginners and experienced students establish working knowledge of best practices in creating web pages using Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). This course can be customized depending on experience and needs of class. The intention is to break any existing bad habits and lay a strong foundation to ensure students are able to create pages that adhere to standards and best practices. Lecture and Hands-On exercise will help students to create easy-to-maintain, SEO-optimized, and accessible websites. Students will also learn valuable software tools to help them be more productive and successful in creating websites.
Prerequisites
Before taking this course, students must have working knowledge of computers, application menus and commands. Students must be able to navigate file systems and folders.
Duration
5 Days/Lecture & Lab
Audience
Students who have not had formal in-depth training with HTML and CSS and wish to understand the best practices in using HTML for content and CSS for styling will benefit from this course. Students who want to learn web design for their personal use or for business related purposes will benefit equally.
Topics
Introduction
  • Planning a Simple HTML Page
  • Rules of Syntax
  • Development Environments & Publishing Content
  • What’s in your ?
  • HTML Structural & Block-Level Elements
  • HTML Text Formatting / Inline Elements
  • Adding Optimized Inline Images
  • Adding Links to Web Pages
  • Basic Table Markup
  • Forms
  • Embedding using Inline Frame Element
  • Cascading Style Sheets
  • Colors and Backgrounds
  • Formatting Text
  • The Very Important Box Model
  • Floating, Positioning, and Page Layout
  • CSS Techniques
  • Managing CSS
  • Creating Advanced Navigation
  • Beyond the Basics: an Overview

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