HTML and CSS Primer

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Overview

Before learning to use Dreamweaver or any other WYSIWIG editor, we strongly recommend that you understand the basics of HTML and CSS. This course is designed to give you the HTML and CSS knowledge you need to be most effective with Dreamweaver.

This course targets two distinct groups of people:

  1. Web designers who use a WYSIWIG editor such as Dreamweaver and want to have a better understanding of the underlying code.
  2. People who work with web designers who want to have a better understanding of how the code works.
Goals
  1. Learn the basics of Web development
  2. Learn the benefits of CSS.
  3. Learn to avoid using deprecated tags and attributes.
  4. Learn CSS syntax.
  5. Learn to use <div> and <span> tags appropriately.
Outline
  1. A Quick Overview of Web Development
    1. Client-side Programming
    2. HTML
    3. Cascading Style Sheets
    4. JavaScript
    5. Dynamic HTML
    6. Ajax
    7. Server-side Programming
    8. Perl
    9. ColdFusion
    10. Active Server Pages
    11. Java EE
    12. ASP.NET
    13. PHP
    14. Ruby on Rails
  2. Introduction to HTML
    1. Getting Started
    2. A Simple HTML Document
    3. The HTML Skeleton
    4. The <head> Element
    5. The <body> Element
    6. Whitespace
    7. HTML Elements
    8. Attributes
    9. Empty vs Container Tags
    10. Blocks and Inline Elements
    11. Comments
    12. Special Characters
    13. The HTML Version
    14. DOCTYPE Declarations
    15. Closing Tags
    16. Case Sensitivity
    17. Quotes
    18. Nesting
    19. Some XML Stuff
    20. HTML5
    21. lang and xml:lang
  3. Paragraphs, Headings and Text
    1. Paragraphs
    2. Breaks and Horizontal Rules
    3. Creating an HTML Page
    4. Quoted Text
    5. Preformatted Text
    6. Phrase Elements
    7. HTML 4 Formatting Elements (and why they should be avoided)
    8. Documenting Changes
  4. Crash Course in CSS
    1. Benefits of Cascading Style Sheets
    2. CSS Rules
    3. CSS Comments
    4. Selectors
    5. Type Selectors
    6. Descendant Selectors
    7. Child Selectors
    8. Class Selectors
    9. ID Selectors
    10. Attribute Selectors
    11. The Universal Selector
    12. Grouping
    13. Precedence of Selectors
    14. Determining a Selector's Specificity
    15. The Cascade
    16. Embedded Style Sheets
    17. Creating an Embedded Style Sheet
    18. External Style Sheets
    19. Creating an External Style Sheet
    20. Inline Styles
    21. Adding Inline Styles
    22. Media Types
    23. <div> and <span>
    24. Divs and Spans
    25. Units of Measurement
    26. Pixels (px)
    27. Points (pt)
    28. Inches (in), Centimeters (cm), and Millimeters (mm)
    29. Picas (pc)
    30. Ems (em)
    31. Exs (ex)
    32. Rems (rem)
    33. The Inherit Value
    34. @import
  5. 5 CSS Fonts
    1. Font - the old way
    2. Bold and Italic
    3. Font-family
    4. Specifying by Font Name
    5. Specifying Font by Category
    6. Font-size
    7. Font-size Units
    8. Relative Font-size Terms
    9. Best Practices
    10. Font Family and Font Size
    11. Font-style
    12. Font-variant
    13. Font-weight
    14. Font Style, Font Variant and Font Weight
    15. Font-face
  6. CSS Text
    1. Letter-spacing
    2. Word-spacing
    3. Line-height
    4. Text-align
    5. Text-decoration
    6. Text-indent
    7. Text-transform
    8. Text-shadow
    9. Vertical-align
    10. White-space
    11. Text Properties
  7. Backgrounds and Colors
    1. About Color Values
    2. Color Names
    3. Hexadecimal Color Values
    4. Short Hexadecimal Color Values
    5. Functional Notation
    6. Recommendation
    7. Color
    8. Background-color
    9. Background-image
    10. Background-repeat
    11. Background-attachment
    12. Background-position
    13. Background-size
    14. Colors and Backgrounds
Class Materials

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Students rated our HTML and CSS Primer trainers 8.89 out of 10 based on 2 reviews

This was my first time using Webucator. I really liked the personalized attention and that the instructor was able to incorporate my website into the classroom demos. It made it much easier to apply some of the concepts as it relates to how I will be using them.

Tammy Rosen, Fur-Get Me Not
Arlington VA

I've used Dreamweaver before, but never had the background in HTML. This was exactly what I needed -- now I can see the big picture.

Carol Youtz, ExecuTrain of Idaho
Boise ID

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Londonderry VT

The instructor is very knowledgeable and kept the class moving at a steady pace. He provided great reference materials as well, which I love!

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