Introduction to HTML
WEBRip | English | MP4 | 1280 x 720 | AVC ~904 kbps | 15 fps
AAC | 55 Kbps | 32.0 KHz | 1 channel | 1h 43mn | 447.2 MB
Genre: Video Tutorial / Web design
Understanding HTML is key to being able to design and build great websites. In this course we'll gain a deeper understanding of HTML by creating content such as lists, images with captions, special characters and all kinds of elements related to building complex content like forms and tables.
We'll also discuss some important concepts like how to use phrase elements correctly for more meaningful and expressive content, building an outline with HTML, what HTML5 is, and where to go for information on web standards and when you need help writing your own HTML. We'll also discuss best practices such as checking for errors by validating your HTML and where and how to start testing for cross browser compatibility. By the time this course is over you'll have the knowledge you need to start writing your own HTML from scratch.
For an additional learning resource, download your free copy of our Key Web Terms Reference Guide and PDF so you can get comfortable with important web design terminology.
1 Introduction and project overview
2 Understanding web site folder structure and setting up our project
3 Creating our HTML page
4 Adding some content: headings, paragraphs, and images
5 Creating captions for images with the fig and figcaption tags
6 Creating unordered lists with the ul and li tags
7 Creating a different type of list: ordered lists with the ol and li tags
8 Organizing information with a table
9 Creating a form
10 Choosing appropriate types for form input fields
11 Creating input fields for dates and adding buttons
12 Introducing phrase elements: add additional semantic meaning to text
13 Adding special characters and symbols with character entities
14 Making our web page into a web site
15 HTML as an outline
16 What is HTML5?
17 Using HTML references
18 Validation and cross browser compatibility
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