Working with HTML

Lets Play with HTML

The Hypertext Mark-up Language (HTML) is the language used to create documents for the World Wide Web. As the name implies it is a mark-up language - the original text is edited and new (text) codes are added to indicate how (and where) the text should appear.

HTML editors are useful, especially if you have a large number of documents to write, but they are not essential to the creation of a HTML file - all you need is a simple text editor or a word processing package capable of writing (or saving) ASCII text files. However, as your experience and your Web sites grow you should consider using a Web site editor and management tool.

Course Content:

    HTML
  1. Introduction
  2. Editor
  3. Elements
  4. Attributes
  5. Headings
  6. Paragraphs
  7. Styles
  8. Formatting
  9. Quotations
  10. Comments
  11. Colours
  12. Marquees
  13. CSS
  14. Links
  15. Images
  16. Tables
  17. Lists
  18. Blocks
  19. Classes
  20. Id
  21. Iframes
  22. File Paths
  23. Head
  24. Layout
  25. Responsive
  26. Entity
  27. Symbols
  28. URL Encode

  29. HTML FORM
  30. Forms
  31. Form Elements
  32. Input Types
  33. Input Attributes

  34. HTML Media
  35. Media
  36. Video
  37. Audio
  38. Plug-ins
  39. Youtube

  40. HTML5
  41. HTML5 Intro
  42. HTML5 Support
  43. HTML5 New Elements
  44. HTML5 Semantics
  45. HTML5 Migration
  46. HTML5 Style Guide

Course Duration: 1 month
Prerequisites: Basic computer knowledge

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