A Web Development Crash Course in HTML5 and CSS3
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A Web Development Crash Course in HTML5 and CSS3

Learn HTML5 and CSS3 so that you can build your own website! No programming experience required.
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Created by Derek Glenna
Last updated 2/2017
English
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Includes:
  • 2.5 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Program using HTML5 and CSS3
  • Create your own website
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Requirements
  • No prior knowledge or experience is necessary!
  • We will get you set up in early lessons using only free resources.
Description

HTML and CSS may seem intimidating, but there is a method to the madness. This course will show you everything that you need to know in order to make a functional and elegant website that suits your individual needs.

You do not need to have any programming experience to take this course. I will show you the basics, demonstrate examples, list common uses, and walk you through the development process step-by-step.

This course will cover:

  • Laying out your HTML environment
  • Styling your website
  • HTML tags and elements
  • Linking pages together
  • Images and media content
  • HTML organization with classes and IDs
  • The "box model" of block elements
  • Tables and lists
  • Character entities and symbols
  • Pseudo-classes and pseudo-elements

You will also learn good web programming practice and debugging skills through practice and observation. This will make your projects easier for another developer to read and easier for you to read if you take a break.

Click Take This Course and learn how to make a website of your very own!

Who is the target audience?
  • This course is great for anyone interested in learning HTML5 and CSS from the ground up. The course is designed to teach the fundamentals of web development, but delves into advanced HTML5 and CSS3 techniques by the end of the course.
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Curriculum For This Course
Expand All 48 Lectures Collapse All 48 Lectures 02:28:30
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HTML - The Basics
16 Lectures 47:30
Introduction to HTML
03:31

Programming Practices
02:11

Elements
01:44

Attributes
01:38

Let's make sure we have a solid understanding of HTML syntax before looking at the various HTML elements.

Checkpoint Quiz
7 questions


Paragraphs
02:01

Links and Anchors
03:31

Images
04:44

Lists
04:02

Tables
02:28

Quotations and Citations
04:46

Computer Code
02:30

Formatting
03:04

Colors
02:44

Inline Styling
02:31

Classes and IDs
03:35

Let's see what you have learned so far.

HTML Basics Quiz
6 questions
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HTML - Forms
4 Lectures 23:41
Forms
06:27

Input Types
06:48

Other Form Elements
04:52

Input Attributes
05:34
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CSS
9 Lectures 20:51

Syntax
01:06

Selectors
03:07

Backgrounds
02:46

Text
01:39

Fonts
03:37

Links
01:18

Lists
01:38

Tables
02:57
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The "Box Model"
1 Lecture 02:43
The Box Model
02:43
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CSS - Continued
10 Lectures 27:40
Border
03:25

Margin and Padding
02:49

Dimensions
01:42

Display
02:21

Position
03:56

Float
02:23

Alignment
03:04


Pseudo-Classes
02:49

Pseudo-Elements
02:15
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HTML - Advanced
2 Lectures 09:22
Layout
08:00

Iframes
01:22
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HTML5
4 Lectures 12:40

JavaScript knowledge advised.

Geolocation
02:21

JavaScript knowledge advised.

Drag and Drop
04:45

JavaScript knowledge advised.

Local Storage
02:28

Application Cache
03:06
About the Instructor
Derek Glenna
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Web Programmer

Derek has been a freelance Web Programmer for 8 years and is well-versed in HTML, CSS, JavaScript/jQuery, PHP, SQL, Java, and C# with a working understanding of C++ and ActionScript. He stays informed about current events and advancements in web technology and challenges himself to continue to use new advancements to drive creativity and user experience in his projects.

In his free time, Derek creates websites and web/mobile games. He is also beginning to use his understanding of programming to design functional microprocessors for small electrical devices and gadgets.