HTML AND CSS FOR BEGINNERS-This course provides with an introduction to core technologies used to use information on the Web

This course provides with an introduction to core technologies used to use information on the Web

HTML AND CSS FOR BEGINNERS

This course provides with an introduction to core technologies used to use information on the Web

A brief summary

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Course outline and learning outcomes provided by Saylor Academy (Saylor.org), under a CC-BY Creative Commons 3.0 License.

This course provides students with an introduction to the core technologies used to communicate information on the Web: Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). Whether managing an employer's website, producing an online resume, or starting a web-based business, knowing the fundamentals of how information is structured and presented on the internet is a crucial skill for the contemporary workplace.

Instructor:

Millionlights Faculty

What you will learn

Foundational Concepts for Writing HTML and CSS

First Steps in HTML and CSS Coding

Using HTML and CSS for Colors, Special Characters, Images, and Multimedia Content

Organizing Content and Information for More Complex Websites using HTML and CSS

Coordinating HTML/CSS-Based Websites with Other Web Technologies and Going Live with a New Website

Course Fee: Free

Certification By: Not Certified

Foundational Concepts for Writing HTML and CSS

ntroduction to Key Terminology: Behind-the-Scenes Web Technologies for Web Authors, Writing for the Web, The Functions of HTML and CSS, Creating an HTML File with Basic Text as Content

First Steps in HTML and CSS Coding

Core Concepts in HTML Coding,Core Concepts in CSS Coding

Using HTML and CSS for Colors, Special Characters, Images, and Multimedia Content

Introduction, Colors on the Web, Special Characters in HTML Documents, Putting Images on the Web using HTML, Putting Video on the Web using HTML, Using CSS for Graphical Formatting

Organizing Content and Information for More Complex Websites using HTML and CSS

Introduction, HTML's <div> and <span> Tags, Using CSS to Format an HTML List as Navigation Bar, Styling HTML <div> Tags to Create Familiar Multi-Column Layouts, New Tags in HTML5 Increase Semantic Specificity, A Deprecated Technique for Organizing HTML Content: Frames

Coordinating HTML/CSS-Based Websites with Other Web Technologies and Going Live with a New Website

Introduction, Server-Side vs. Client-Side Operations for the Simple Website, HTML Validation, Going Live with a New Website,

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