HTML5 and CSS3 Fundamentals


HTML5 and CSS3 are some of the most integral and evolving web technologies that enable you to structure content and present it on the web.  This course demonstrates how to use advanced HTML5 multimedia features such as video, audio, and animation.

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Knowledge of these languages will help students create web pages that are easy to read and appealing to users. This course is designed to lay the foundation for mastering these two popular web publishing technologies and also focuses on the new and advanced features of HTML5, covering how to create HTML5 and CSS3 markup that will work well on the widest possible variety of web browsers, mobile devices, and machine readers, such as search engine web crawlers. The course also demonstrates how to use advanced HTML5 multimedia features such as video, audio, and animation.

Key Learning Topics In This Course

  • Authoring Content in HTML
  • Embedding and Linking Content
  • Formatting Content with CSS
  • Authoring Complex Content Structures
  • Testing and Publishing HTML Content
  • Creating HTML5 Content
  • Using Advanced Techniques to Select and Apply Styles
  • Using Advanced Background and Border Techniques
  • Incorporating Advanced Text Formats
  • Adding Animation and Multimedia
  • Making HTML Readable and Accessible

Course Outline

Module 1: Course Orientation, Internet & Web

  •  Instructor Intro
  •  Course Intro
  •  Internet and the Web

Module 2: HTML Basics

  •  HTML Overview and Your First Webpage
  •  Create a Template
  •  Heading Element
  •  Paragraph Element
  •  Line Break Elemen
  •  Blockquote Element
  •  Phrase Elements
  •  Ordered List and Unordered Lists
  •  Description List
  •  Special Characters
  •  Structural Elements
  •  Anchor Elements
  •  HTML Validation

Module 3: Color & Text, CSS

  •  Overview of Cascading Style Sheets
  •  Using Color on Web Pages
  •  Inline CSS with the Style Attribute
  •  Embedded CSS with the Style Element
  •  Configuring Text with CSS
  •  CSS Class, ID, and Descendant Selectors
  •  Span Element
  •  Using External Style Sheets
  •  Center HTML Elements with CSS
  •  The Cascade
  •  CSS Validation

Module 4: Visual Elements & Graphics

  •  Visual Elements and Graphics
  •  Types of Graphics
  •  Image Element
  •  Image Hyperlinks
  •  HTML5 Visual Elements
  •  HTML5 Visual Elements Continued
  •  Meter and Progress Element
  •  Background Images
  •  More About Images
  •  Sources and Guidelines for Graphics
  •  CSS3 Visual Effects Pt 1
  •  CSS3 Visual Effects Pt 2

Module 5: Web Design

  • Web design

Module 6: Page Layout

  •  Page Layout Pt 1
  •  Page Layout Pt 2
  •  Hyperlinks in an Unordered List
  •  Practice with CSS Two-column Layout
  •  Header Text Image Replacement
  •  Practice with an Image Gallery
  •  Positioning with CSS
  •  CSS Debugging Techniques
  •  More HTML5 Structured Elements

Module 7: Links, Layout, & Mobile

  •  Links, Layout, & Mobile
  •  Fragment Identifiers
  •  The Target Attribute
  •  CSS Sprites
  •  Three-column CSS Page Layout Pt 1
  •  Three-column CSS Page Layout Pt 2
  •  Three-column CSS Page Layout Pt 3
  •  Three-column CSS Page Layout Pt 4
  •  Three-column CSS Page Layout Pt 5
  •  Three-column CSS Page Layout Pt 6
  •  CSS Styling for Print
  •  Designing for the Mobile Web
  •  Viewport Meta Tag & CSS Media Queries
  •  Responsive Images
  •  Testing Mobile Display
  •  Flexible Box Layout
  •  CSS Grid Layout

Module 8: Tables

  •  Tables Pt 1
  •  Tables Pt 2

Module 9: Forms

  • Overview of Forms
  •  Input Element Form Controls Pt 1
  •  Input Element Form Controls Pt 2
  •  HTML5 Form Controls

Module 10: Web Development

  •  Web Development Pt 1
  •  Web Development Pt 2

Module 11: Web Multimedia and Interactvity

  •  Web Multimedia and Interactivity
  •  Getting Started with Audio and Video
  •  HTML5 Audio and Video Elements
  •  CSS3 and Interactivity Pt 1
  •  CSS3 and Interactivity Pt 2
  •  CSS3 Transform Property and Transition Property Pt 1
  •  CSS3 Transform Property and Transition Property Pt 2
  •  CSS3 Transform Property and Transition Property Pt 3
  •  HTML5 Details and Summary Elements
  •  Java, JavaScript, Ajax, and jQuery Programming Languages
  •  HTML5 APIs

Module 12: JavaScript and jQuery

  •  JavaScript and jQuery
  •  Debugging
  •  Document Object Model
  •  Events and Event Handlers
  •  Variables
  •  Programming Concepts
  •  Form Handling
  •  jQuery
  •  jQuery Selectors and jQuery Methods
  •  jQuery Image Gallery Pt 1
  •  jQuery Image Gallery Pt 2
  •  jQuery Plugins Pt 1
  •  jQuery Plugins Pt 2

Module 13: Course Summary

  •  Course Summary


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