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Introduction to HTML

Introduction to HTML

Overview

Course code: 
WB2001
Duration: 
2
Time Unit: 
Day(s)
Overview: 

This 2-day course is for students new to HTML. It begins with an introduction to web technologies and then provides a comprehensive overview of HTML. Students will be introduced to the structure of HTML documents, good markup techniques, and the concept of validation. This is a basic HTML training class for people new to HTML.

Course Goals
• 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
• Learn to create forms in HTML

Topics

Topics: 

1. A Quick Overview of Web Development
- Client-side Programming
- HTML
- Cascading Style Sheets
- JavaScript
- Dynamic HTML
- Ajax
- Adobe Flash
- Server-side Programming
- Perl
- ColdFusion
- Active Server Pages
- Java EE
- ASP.NET
- PHP
- Ruby on Rails

2. Introduction to HTML
- Getting Started
- The HTML Skeleton
- HTML Elements
- Special Characters
- The HTML/XHTML Version
- HTML5
- Lang and xml:lang

3. Paragraphs, Headings and Text
- Paragraphs
- Breaks and Horizontal Rules
- Quoted Text
- Preformatted Text
- Phrase Elements
- HTML 4 Formatting Elements
- Documenting changes

4. HTML Links
- Text Links
- Absolute vs. Relative Paths
- Targeting New Windows
- Email Links
- Anchors
- The title Attribute

5. HTML Images
- Inserting Images
- Making Images accessible
- Alternative Text
- Long Descriptions
- Height and Width Attributes
- Image Links

6. HTML Lists
- Unordered Lists
- Nesting Unordered Lists
- Ordered Lists
- Nesting Ordered Lists
- Start Attribute
- Definition Lists

7. HTML Tables
- Creating Tables
- Adding a Caption
- Attributes
- Merging Cells

8. HTML Forms
- How HTML Forms Work
- The

Tag
- Get vs. Post
- Form Elements
- Id and Name Attributes
- Labels
- Text Fields
- Password Fields
- Submit and Reset Buttons
- Hidden Fields
- Checkboxes
- Radio Buttons
- Select Menus
- Textareas

9. Crash Course in CSS
- Benefits of Cascading Style Sheets
- CSS Rules
- Selectors
- Precedence of Selectors
- The Cascade
- Media Types
-

and
- Units of Measurement
- The Inherit Value
- @import

10. Appendix 1.HTML Formatting
- Simple Formatting Tags
- The Tag
- Size
- Color
- Face
-
- Applying Colors to the Page
- Aligning Text
- The

Tag
- The align Attribute

Prerequisites

Prerequisites: 

No specific prerequisites, however candidates should have a basic working knowledge of IT and web technologies.

Audience

Audience: 

Students with basic understanding of how websites work.