HTML Training

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Looking for HTML training with a live instructor? Webucator's private HTML classes can be delivered at your office or online. Our public HTML classes run monthly.

HTML stands for Hypertext Markup Language. HTML is used to create web pages and web applications. Webucator offers HTML courses for students new to HTML, for experienced web developers who want to learn the latest APIs for web development, and for everyone in between.

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Introduction to HTML Training

- $690.00

If you are just getting started with web development, then you should begin with HTML. Almost every web page you see is structured with HTML. Becoming proficient at it is the first step to becoming a web designer or developer, and this HTML course is a good first step to becoming proficient at HTML.

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Creating, Styling, and Validating Web Forms

This course is all about creating and processing web forms. It starts with using the latest HTML standards to create and provide basic validation for an HTML form. Then it covers styling forms using CSS. This includes showing the validation status of form fields. You'll then learn to write clean, real-time client-side form validation with JavaScript and regular expressions. Finally, you'll learn to validate forms on the server with Node.js, JSON, and Ajax.

HTML5 Advanced APIs

If you or your team already know HTML, CSS, and JavaScript and are ready to take a deep dive into application programming interfaces available in today's browsers, then this course will provide the HTML training you need. You will learn how to make a mobile phone vibrate, find users' locations, respond to the device's orientation, and make desktop application pop-up notifications, send messages to other web applications (and domains), understand web sockets, server-sent events, and much more.

HTML and CSS Primer

- $295.00

If you are planning to learn or already know how to use a web design tool such as Adobe Dreamweaver, it is useful to have at least basic knowledge of HTML and CSS. The intention of this course is to provide the HTML and CSS training you need to fully understand what Dreamweaver and similar web design tools are doing behind the scenes, so that you can take full advantage of their power and also so that you understand why they might not always work as expected.

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Rapid Introduction to HTML, CSS, and JavaScript

- $1,300.00

If you and your team need to get up to speed quickly on HTML, CSS, and JavaScript so that you can build and/or maintain the front end of websites, this may be the right course for you. But be aware that we cover a lot of material quickly. For a gentler introduction to these technologies, consider taking our Introduction to HTML, Introduction to CSS, and Introduction to JavaScript courses separately.

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MOC 20480 - Programming in HTML5 with JavaScript and CSS3

- $2,375.00

If you or your team needs to learn to use Visual Studio to create sophisticated client-side web applications, this is the right course for you. It covers HTML, CSS, and JavaScript techniques used in modern web development, including techniques for communicating with a remote database and storing and managing data in the browser.

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HTML Email Training

- $790.00

If you have been put in charge of designing HTML emails for marketing, this is the right HTML course for you. You will learn responsive email designs for desktop, webmail, and hand-held devices.

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5-min Narrated Presentation on HTML

  • History of HTML
  • Purpose of HTML
  • HTML Difficulty Level
  • HTML: The Good
  • HTML: The Future
  • HTML Syntax

History of HTML

  • 1992 - HTML and Mosaic released
  • 1995 – HTML 2 released
  • 1997 – HTML 3 and 4 released
  • 2000 – XHTML released
  • 2014 – HTML5 released

Purpose of HTML

  • HTML provides structure to web pages
  • HTML is not for describing how pages look
  • HTML can be used on many different devices

HTML Difficulty Level

HTML: The Good

  • Easy to learn
  • Works with any web browser

HTML: The Bad

  • Many different versions are used on the web
  • Tutorials are often outdated
  • HTML is not standalone in the real world

HTML: The Future

Syntax

  • Uses meta-characters
    • < (less than)
    • > (greater than)
    • & (ampersand)
    • " (double quotes)
  • Substitute meta-characters with entities to use as text

Character Entities

The following list shows example characters, each followed by its character entity:

  • < &lt;
  • > &gt;
  • & &amp;
  • " &quot;

Elements

  • An element is made up of a starting tag, an ending tag, and content
    <title>Welcome to my web page!</title>
  • Start tag and end tag are surrounded by < and >
  • End tag has a / before the element name

Nesting Elements

  • 
    		<article>
    			<p>This is the first paragraph of my article.</p>
    			<p>This is the next paragraph of my article.</p>
    		</article>

Tags

    Element Name

    Description

    html

    Contains every other element

    head

    Contains script, styles, and meta-data

    body

    Contains the main content

    header

    Contains top-of-page content

    footer

    Contains bottom-of-page content

    p

    Contains paragraphs of text

Tags

  • Tags are case insensitive
    1. <HTML>
    2. <html>
    3. <Html>
  • Tags are written as lowercase by convention

Attributes

  • <p id="first-paragraph">
    			This is the first paragraph
    		</p>

Comments

  • <!-- an HTML comment won't be interpreted by the web browser. It's just for your use. -->

Empty Elements

  • Empty elements don't have content
    <img src="myimage.gif">
  • A closing slash may optionally be used in the start tag
    <img src="myimage.gif" />

White Space

  • Spaces between words will display normally
    <p>Hello, World!</p> <!-- prints out Hello, World! -->
  • Multiple whitespace characters will be "collapsed" to a single space
    <p>Hello,             World!</p> <!-- prints out Hello, World! -->

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"The instructor made the class worth it. She was very patient and talked everything through perfectly."

What people say about our training

Great class! Learned a lot and had fun!
Lisa Pirone
SSA
The instructor was fun. She's very lively and kept things interesting for us and was very helpful in answering any questions we had.
Elizabeth Sommerfield
Spectrum Training Brokers
The webucator is as good as a class room course. In fact it is easier than a class room to show your work to your instructor, to sit comfortably at your office or home. It is definitely less stressful.
Krishna Maddi
Capstone Logistics
Knew nothing in beginning, now feel much more comfortable with HTML.
Paul Gibbons
GateHouse Media

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