This course is intended for beginning HTML coders and programmers - A GUI HTML development tool may be used during lab exercises but raw HTML is the focus.
Are you an application developer who needs to buld web pages? Will you be coding raw HTML and developing CSS stylesheets? You need to know HTML and CSS syntax and conventions. This is the course for you!
The major tags and their attributes are discussed. Attention is given to creating attractive, uncluttered websites using a variety of simple tools (e.g. lists, tables, etc) as well as some advanced tools (e.g. image rollovers, image maps, and stylesheets). The capabilities and approachs to styling web pages and the features of CSS3 are also discussed at length. Web pages are tested with a browser like Chrome or Internet Explorer in offline mode. Where applicable, web pages are uploaded and installed on a real website.
Format: Lecture, demonstration, laboratory work, conversation. Can be expanded to three (3) days for more in-depth coverage.
Familiarity with an internet browser such as Internet Explorer, Chrome, or Firefox