HTML For Absolute Beginners

Get Started Becoming A Web Developer
Rating: 4.4 out of 5 (61 ratings)
5,277 students
HTML For Absolute Beginners
Rating: 4.4 out of 5 (61 ratings)
5,277 students
Build Out The Foundations For A Great Website
Have The Basis For Making An Accessible Website
Understand The Key Parts of SEO (search engine optimization)
Use HTML To Create Logically Structured Documents That As A Result Become Easier to Target With CSS and Traverse with Javascript
Be Able To Take The First Steps Into Implementing The Design of The Front-End
Gain Knowledge That Makes You Well-Equiped To Take The Next Steps Into Becoming A Web Developer

Requirements

  • A Computer
  • Basic Understanding Of The Internet (surfing the web, consuming content, etc.)
Description

Now matter how sophisticated a website becomes or how advanced a web  developer's skills become, they always have to start with HTML, CSS, and  Javascript. In this course we'll get you up and running with everything  you need to know about HTML, so you can jump into more advanced HTML,  as well as, CSS and Javascript, so that you can build fantastic websites  for your company, business, or clients. 

Who this course is for:
  • People who want to get started building their own websites
  • Those who wish to become web developers
Curriculum
5 sections • 96 lectures • 2h 39m total length
  • Getting Your First Text Editor
  • An Explanationg Of HTML
  • The Skeleton
  • Explaining The Skeleton
  • Headings
  • Explaining The Headings
  • Heading Guidelines
  • Paragraphs
  • Filler Text
  • White Space
  • Empty Elements
  • Block-Level Elements
  • Lists Setup
  • Unordered Lists
  • Nesting Lists
  • Ordered Lists
  • HTML Attributes
  • Quotes; Single, Double, or None
  • Description Lists
  • Multiple Terms or Descriptions
  • Comments
  • PROJECT: Recipe Book
  • PROJECT: Solution
  • Inline Elements Setup
  • Em and Strong
  • Presentational Elements
  • Hyperlinks
  • A Basic Link
  • Title Attribute
  • Setup
  • File Paths
  • Mail and Phone Links
  • Document Fragments
  • Best Practices
  • Best Practices Prt. 2
  • Best Practices Prt. 3
  • Block Quotes
  • Inline Quotes
  • Cite Element
  • Abbreviations
  • Including An Address
  • Superscript and Subscript
  • Introduction
  • Embedding Images
  • Alt Attribute
  • Image Links
  • Images In The Browser
  • Benefits of Alt Text
  • What Alt Text To Write
  • Width and Height
  • Using Width and Height
  • The Title Attribute
  • Captioning Images
  • Alt Text vs. Captions
  • Project Setup
  • Video Embedding
  • Other Video Attributes
  • Problems with Videos in Browsers
  • Handling Multiple Formats
  • The Why Behind It
  • Fallback Content
  • Audio Embedding
  • Iframes
  • A Word of Caution
  • Stylehseet
  • Setup
  • Examples
  • Basic Table Syntax
  • Table Headings
  • Spanning Columns and Rows
  • Clarifying
  • Captions
  • Thead, foot, and body
  • PROJECT: Keeping Inventory
  • PROJECT: Solution
  • Setup
  • Form Element
  • Types of Input
  • Adding A Submit Button
  • PROJECT: Newsletter Subscription
  • PROJECT: Solution
  • Reset Button
  • Value Attribute
  • Placeholder Texts
  • Lables
  • And More Labels!
  • Radio Buttons
  • Reasoning Behind Name and Value Attributes
  • Grouping Widgets
  • More HTML in Forms
  • Giving Options
  • Attributes For Options and Select
  • Datalists
  • Text Areas
  • PROJECT: Payment Form
  • PROJECT: Solution

Instructor
Web Developer and Teacher
Andrew Holloway
  • 4.3 Instructor Rating
  • 366 Reviews
  • 20,494 Students
  • 9 Courses

Andrew has been a web developer and programmer for several years now  with the intention of delivering high-quality, modern, to-the-point content, meant to help engineers, developers, and designers learn quick.

Whether you're looking to switch careers and even live in different countries, or just keep your game sharp he'll give you all the tools and skills you need to accomplish those goals.