Introduction to HTML (e-learning)
Course duration: 2 days (16 academic hours).
Target audience: This online course is for students new to HTML. It begins with an introduction to web technologies and then provides a comprehensive overview of HTML.
To complete the training and get a certification you need to pass the quiz 100%.
Lesson 1: A Quick Overview of Web Development
- Learn about client-side web development languages.
- Learn about server-side web development languages.
Lesson 2: Introduction to HTML
- Learn to create a simple HTML page.
- Learn about HTML elements and attributes.
- Create the skeleton of an HTML document.
- Learn about whitespace and HTML.
- Learn to output special characters in HTML.
- Learn about the history of HTML.
Lesson 3: Paragraphs, Headings, and Text
- Learn to add paragraphs to the page.
- Learn to use HTML headings.
- Learn to separate sections with breaks and horizontal rules.
- Learn to create quoted text.
- Learn to create preformatted text.
- Learn to use phrase elements.
Lesson 4: HTML Links
- Learn to create basic text links.
- Learn the difference between absolute and relative paths.
- Learn to create links that open in new windows.
- Learn to create email links.
- Learn to create links to specific locations on a page.
Lesson 5: HTML Images
- Learn to add images to a website.
- Learn to create image links.
- Learn to make images accessible.
Lesson 6: HTML Lists
- Learn to create unordered lists.
- Learn to create ordered lists.
- Learn to create definition lists.
Lesson 7: HTML Tables
- Learn to add HTML tables to web pages.
- Learn to break up tables into head, body, and foot sections.
- Learn to merge table cells.
Lesson 8: Sectioning a Web Page
- Learn how to use logically separate page content into semantic sections.
Lesson 9: Audio and Video
- Learn how to use the <audio> tag.
- Learn how to use the <video> tag.
Purpose of the course
The main purpose of this e-course is to give students a good understanding of HTML, including basic structuring of page content.
After completing this course, students will be able to:
- understand the basics of web development;
- know the difference between HTML and XHTML;
- create links in HTML documents;
- add images to HTML documents;
- create HTML tables;
- create forms in HTML.
To set up your computer for HTML training, all you need are:
- PC: Windows 10 or later / Mac: OS X Mountain Lion (version 10.8) or later
- Visual Studio Code (Download, Install, and Set up)
While you may use a different editor or IDE, Visual Studio Code is an excellent IDE to learn to code on. It provides a nice balance of power and simplicity and it is available on Windows and Mac.
- A Web browser (the latest version of Chrome, Firefox, Edge or Safari)
Training takes place in an e-learning environment, which can be accessed using personal username and password. Username and password will be sent to you after the payment or by special agreement.