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Certified Web Developers
Certified Web Developers will receive:
In this lecture instructor Mark Lassoff discusses the various technologies used in web design and development. Mark will also discuss how the subjects of this course, HTML 4.01, XHTML, HTML 5 and CSS fit in to the overall world of web development.
In this video lecture, Mark will guide you through the process of creating your first HTML script and displaying it in the browser. While doing this, Mark will show you the basic document structure of an HTML script, looking at the head and body section of the document.
This is the HTML document that Mark made in the Hello World with HTML video.
In this video lecture, Mark introduces you to the Basic Document Stucture used in HTML 4.01 and XHTML documents.
This zip file contains the two basic structure documents that Mark showed in the previous lecture.
In this video lecture, Mark demonstrates the basic document structure for HTML5 documents.
This is the HTML file containing the basic document structure for HTML5 documents.
In this video Mark demonstrates the use of comments in HTML code.
This is the comments HTML file for the previous video.
In this video lecture Mark discusses HTML head elements-- Elements that go in the head section of an HTML document. Mark focuses on meta tags and shows how those are used in web development.
These are the lab exercises for Chapter 1. Please complete these after watching the video lectures.
In this video lecture Mark discusses text mark-up. You will learn how to code text in HTML.
This is the HTML file for the Text Markup lecture.
In this lecture Mark goes over Div and Span tags.
This is the HTML document that does with the Div and Span tags Lecture.
In this lecture Mark demonstrates how to use tags like header and footer to layout text.
This is the HTML file for the HTML5 Text Markup video.
In this video Mark goes over different ways of designating colors to text and also shows you how to assign fonts and font sizes to your tags in HTML using CSS.
These are the HTML and CSS files for the previous lecture.
In this video Mark discusses how to use text alignment, decoration, indentation and text transformation in HTML using CSS.
This zip folder contains the HTML and CSS documents used in the previous lecture.
These are the lab exercises for Chapter 2. Please complete these after watching the video lectures.
In this video Mark demonstrates how to use Ordered Lists.
This is the ordered list HTML document that Mark made in the lecture video.
In this video Mark goes over how to set up unordered lists in HTML.
This is the HTML document for the Unordered List video.
In this video Mark goes over how to use CSS for making lists in HTML.
This folder contains the HTML document used in the video as well as the star.png file Mark used for the custom bullets.
These are the lab exercises for Chapter 3. Please complete these after watching the video lectures.
In this video Mark goes over how to set up links in HTML.
This folder contains both the Links and the Places HTML that Mark made in the previous lecture.
In this video Mark discusses how to use anchors to help navigate to different places on your webpage.
This is the HTML file for the Page Anchors Video.
In this lecture, Mark discusses how to style links in HTML. He looks at the three states of links that you can style your links and some options for what you can do with them.
This is the HTML document for the previous video.
These are the lab exercises for Chapter 4. Please complete these after watching the video lectures.
This is the Chapter 4 lab starter file.
In this video Mark shows you how you display images and how to style them using CSS.
This zip folder contains the HTML document and the two images used in the Displaying Images video.
In this lecture Mark shows you how to embed audio in HTML5 using the audio tag.
This zip folder contains the HTML and audio used in the HTML5 Audio Embed video.
In this video Mark discusses how to embed video files into your HTML page.
This is the HTML document for the HTML5 Video Embed lecture.
This is the video sample used in the HTML5 Video Embed lecture.
These are the lab exercises for Chapter 5. Please complete these after watching the video lectures.
In this video Mark teaches you how to create tables in HTML.
This is the HTML file Mark used in the Creating Tables lecture.
In this lecture Mark uses CSS to style tables created in HTML.
This is the HTML file Mark used in the Styling Tables lecture.
These are the lab exercises for Chapter 6. Please complete these after watching the video lectures.
In this video Mark shows you how to set up forms.
This is the HTML file Mark used in the Creating Text Forms video.
In this lecture Mark teaches you how to create radio buttons and checkboxes in your forms.
This is the HTML file Mark used in Creating Radio button and Checkbox Elements lecture.
In this video Mark goes over new form elements in HTML5 such as time, date, and color.
This is the HTML file Mark used in the New Form Elements lecture.
In this lecture Mark describes how to use drop-down boxes and multiple select boxes in HTML.
This is the HTML file used in the Creating Multi-Select Elements lecture.
These are the lab exercises for Chapter 7. Please complete these after watching the video lectures.
In this video Mark goes over the different aspects of a Content Box model.
Here is the HTML file Mark used in the Box Model lecture.
In this lecture Mark teaches you how to work with the margin, padding and borders for a Content Box with CSS.
In this lecture Mark discusses the difference between inline and block level elements and how to position divs on the page.
This is the HTML document Mark made in the Inline vs Block lecture.
In this lecture Mark goes over how to format your page by using float and clear to position text.
This is the HTML document that Mark used in the float and clear video.
In this lecture Mark shows you how to make a navigation bar using CSS.
This is the Navigation Bar HTML file Mark used in his lecture.
These are the lab exercises for Chapter 9. Please complete these after watching the video lectures.
This is the lab started file for Chapter 9.
LearnToProgram Media is a leading publisher of web, mobile, and game development courses that are used by over 500,000 people in 65 countries. LearnToProgram's valuable network of technical resources includes content on YouTube, iTunes, and Roku, as well as books, free tutorials, and online courses.
With a mission of “teaching the world to code" LearnToProgram instructors are teachers first and technical experts second. Their primary skill is relating complex technical information to nontechnical people learning web, mobile and game development. The entirely online, self-paced sales model allows students to learn at their own pace.
With over 40 courses on the market, LearnToProgram offers students flexible programs in web development, mobile application development and game development. Currently the company's most popular online courses include Become a Certified Web Developer and 10 Apps in 10 Weeks.
The company is based outside of Hartford, Connecticut.
Mark Lassoff 's parents frequently claim that Mark was born to be a programmer. Starting, in the mid-eighties at age 11, Mark was hard at work on his Commodore 64 writing games in the BASIC language. After completing a computer science degree, Mark developed software for several well-known internet startups during the initial internet boom of the mid 1990’s. Five years ago Mark parlayed a two decades of software development experience into his latest entrepreneurial venture, LearnToProgram Media.
LearnToProgram Media publishes online courses that teach mobile, web, and game development. Over 500,000 people have learned programming from Mark through online classes he has either authored or published. In addition to publishing popular courses and books LearnToProgram Media operates an internet video network which produces several programs on software development.
Previously Mark founded PowerPlant Marketing, which created marketing automation software for REALTORS™. After the sale of PowerPlant, Mark went on to found Internet Broadcasting Group which counted among it’s launch clients Nike, Blue Moon Brewing Company and Opubco.
Mark lives in Connecticut and speaks worldwide on software development, entrepreneurship and online learning. He has spoken at TechWeek NY, TechWeek LA, and SXSW, among other large conferences. In his spare time he he enjoys aviation, mentoring new business owners and spending time with life-long friends and family.