HTML & CSS Fundamentals

Gain grounding in web page creation using raw HTML, HTML5, CSS and CSS3
Overview

The course aims to give a strong grounding in web page creation using raw HTML5 and CSS, examining both the capabilities and limitations of HTML/CSS and the adverse impact poor code can have upon reputation.

Course Code
HTML2CSS
Duration
2 Days
Delivery Style
Classroom
Course Type
Public or Private
Max Delegates
12
Available as Nutshell
No

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Purpose of this course

 

The course provides the skills and confidence to those looking to maintain, troubleshoot and optimise existing website content - as well as upgrading older content to newer HTML5 structures.  Of strong value throughout the course is the appreciation of standards (syntactical and legal) and how good/bad websites can improve or alienate business opportunities.

Who is this course for

Anyone involved in web development from static HTML pages through client-side coding (JavaScript) and server-side coding (PHP, Python, C#, Ruby, Java, etc) will find this course important to their fundamental knowledge, including those looking to include XML usage within their enterprise.

You will learn how to
  • Use HTML elements and attributes to mark up page content for a modern web
  • Structure content using HTML5 elements for semantic mark up
  • Embed images, audio and video media to web pages
  • Link pages for fast navigation between related content
  • Style and brand page content through effective use of CSS
  • Troubleshoot issues caused by incorrect/misinterpreted markup
  • Understand fundamental principles of advanced website development
Benefits for your organisation

An easy-to-use website with clear navigation is a very cost-effective method of presenting organisational information instantly to a global audience.  Conversely, a badly-designed website targeted at specific browser audiences adversely impacts the organisation's reputation, constituting a barrier to vital information and accounting for lost sales. Having staff that understand HTML and CSS can be a deciding factor determining which category describes your organisation.

Benefits for you as an individual

You're not going to build the next Facebook or Twitter after this course - but you certainly will be able to create your own branded web presence, as well as updating existing intranet sites for the modern web.  We've all come across websites that could do with a makeover or a small tweak here and there to fix things - after this course, you really CAN tell people what to do to make improvements!

Understanding HTML

What is HTML?
HTML Standards
HTML Toolsets
HTML Syntax
HTML4 Document Structure
HTML5 Document Structure

Writing HTML

Marking Up Text
Block-Level Elements
Inline Elements
HTML5 Page Structures

Text Styles

Why Style?
Aligning Text
Embedded Styles
Using Fonts
Colour
CSS Classes And IDs

Document Links

What are Links
HTTP Links
Intra Page Links
Mail Links
Styling Links
Applying Multiple Classes
Other Links
Responsive Web Design

Graphics And Multimedia

Using Images
Adding Images To Pages
Styling Images with CSS
Using Images For HyperLinks
Image Backgrounds
Using Multimedia
Adding Sound
Adding Videos

Page Layout

Designing a Layout
HTML5 Page Layouts
Lists
Styling Lists
Using Tables
The CSS “Box Model”
List Of Links

Working With Forms

Using Forms
Form Construction
Fixed Selections
Free-text Selections
Form Styling
Form Validation
Form Buttons
Form Processing
Web Development Helpers

ASPX Web Forms

Creating an ASP.NET Web Forms Application
HTML Controls vs .NET Controls
HTML Tables
The Source View Window
Default Button
THe Embedded Web Server
Master Pages
The Web Forms Template
Publish
IIS

Prerequisites

Although no prior knowledge is assumed, delegates should have a basic working knowledge of information technology and surfing the internet. Anyone who has ever used Amazon, google, YouTube or Facebook will be fine!

About the Lead Trainer

No training is dull with Tim. He oozes a real pleasure in teaching people stuff they don’t know. Tim loves developing new courses and sharing his knowledge at many on-site customer locations. In addition to training, Tim is an experienced consultant, advising on company computing requirements.  Did we mention that he also likes to read computing books and blogs in his spare time?