Learn the basics of Web development
Learn the difference between HTML and XHTML
Learn to create links in HTML documents
Learn to add images to HTML documents
Learn to create HTML tables
See how forms are built in HTML (this will be covered very quickly)
Learn the benefits of CSS.
Learn to avoid using deprecated tags and attributes.
Learn CSS syntax.
Learn to use <div> and <span> tags appropriately.
Learn most of the common properties and their values.
A Quick Overview of Web Development
Cascading Style Sheets
Introduction to HTML
A Simple HTML Document
The HTML Skeleton
The <head> Element
The <body> Element
Empty vs Container Tags
Blocks and Inline Elements
The HTML/XHTML Version
lang and xml:lang
Paragraphs, Headings and Text
Breaks and Horizontal Rules
Creating an HTML Page
Text Level Semantic Elements
HTML5 and the HTML 4 Formatting Elements
Absolute vs Relative Paths
Targeting New Windows
Anchors with the name Attribute
Anchors with the id Attribute
name vs id
The title Attribute
Making Images Accessible
Height and Width Attributes
Adding Images to the Page
Nesting Unordered Lists
Nesting Ordered Lists
Adding a Caption
How HTML Forms Work
The <form> Tag
Get vs Post
id and Name Attributes
Submit and Reset Buttons
Creating a Registration Form
Adding Checkboxes and Radio Buttons
Adding a Select Menu and a Textarea
Crash Course in CSS
Benefits of Cascading Style Sheets
Precedence of Selectors
Creating an Embedded Style Sheet
Creating an External Style Sheet
Adding Inline Styles
<div> and <span>
Divs and Spans
Units of Measurement
The Inherit Value
Font - the old way
Font Family and Font Size
Font Style, Font Variant and Font Weight
Colors and Backgrounds
About Color Values
Colors and Backgrounds
What is ECMAScript?
The HTML DOM
Square Bracket Notation
The Implicit window Object
Exercise: Alerts, Writing, and Changing Background Color
Variables, Arrays and Operators
A Loosely typed Language
Storing User Entered Data
Array Properties and Methods
Exercise: Using Variables
Exercise: Working with Arrays
Exercise: Working with Operators
Exercise: Working with Global Functions
Returning Values from Functions
Conditionals and Loops
Exercise: Conditional Processing
Exercise: Working with Loops
Each student in our Live Online and our Onsite classes receives a comprehensive set of materials, including course notes and all the class examples.
Experience in the following is required for this HTML class:
Working with computers regularly
Experience in the following would be useful for this HTML class:
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Bureau of Land Management
My learning experience was flexibly tailored to fit my particular needs of managing websites and understanding the languages of website development. The course material is content rich and I was given extra material for future reference ...Thanks!
Webucator is really exceptional in providing high-quality technical training courses. Every time we take a class with them, we are assured of getting our money's worth because of excellent instructors. Classes are well-organized and the course materials are very informative and easy to follow.