Leading Voices of HTML: Complete Intro to HTML for 2016
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Leading Voices of HTML: Complete Intro to HTML for 2016

A Beginner's Guide to Mastering HTML
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Last updated 3/2016
English
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  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
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What Will I Learn?
Understand the fundamentals of HTML
Know how to use the HTML layout
Use headings, lists, and links
Understand when to use a hosted video service
Understand when to use a hosted audio service
See comparisons between HTML and CSS
Understand the basics of CSS
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Requirements
  • Students must have a computer
  • Students do not need any previous experience
  • Students do not need a background in web development
  • This course will not be going into depth on CSS or JavaScript
Description

Welcome to Leading Voices of HTML: Complete Intro to HTML.

In this course you'll be introduced to a group of top Udemy instructors who are experts with HTML.

Brett Romero will be sharing the HTML layout and giving a brief introduction of CSS. 

Laurence Svekis is teaching how to use headings, lists and links in HTML

Martin Kenny will be going over the pros and cons of using hosted video/audio services and how to when and where to use them.

Having a range of different perspectives on HTML helps students to expand their own understanding and see things from a fresh angle.

Who is the target audience?
  • Beginner HTML students
  • Students new to HTML who want to learn HTML from a broad range of instructors
  • HTML students who want to get back to basics
  • This course is not for JavaScript students
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Curriculum For This Course
Expand All 35 Lectures Collapse All 35 Lectures 06:26:21
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Brett Romero
10 Lectures 01:34:35


Adjusting Footer and Navigation Alignment
06:45

Adjusting Columns
08:32

HTML5 Enhancements
06:59

Alignment Adjustments and Tightening Up Our Code
10:26

Debugging Your HTML
15:02

Introduction To Twitter Bootstrap
08:18

Implementing Bootstrap's Grid System
10:01

Adding Jumbostron and Navigation Bar
13:51
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Laurence Svekis
13 Lectures 01:47:00
HTML Lesson introduction
02:15

Lesson resources
08:04

HTML Lesson HTML structure
07:53

HTML Lesson attributes and styling
11:25

HTML Hyperlinks
08:32

HTML Lesson headings paragraphs
11:40

HTML Lesson Images
06:13

HTML Lists
09:24

Divs Spans HTML5 structure
11:52

HTML Lesson build typical page structure
04:14

HTML Lesson HTML5 elements
06:31

HTML Lesson CSS navbar
09:51

HTML Lesson Styling Create webpage
09:06
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Martin Kenny
12 Lectures 03:04:46
01. Using Hosted Video Services: Getting Going
13:43

02. Using Hosted Video Services: Getting Going and The Good The Bad and The Ugly
19:26

03. Using Hosted Video Services: The Good The Bad and The Ugly
19:37

04. Using Hosted Video Services:The Good The Bad and The Ugly
11:34

06. Using Hosted Video Services: Making Decisions
19:48

07. Using Hosted Video Services: Making Decisions and Readying Your Flash Video
13:22

08. Using Hosted Video Services: The 123 of Flash Video Conversion
17:09

09. Using Hosted Video Services: The 123 of Flash Video Conversion + Flash Vids
16:17

10. Using Hosted Video Services: Learning the Lingo and Mltpl. Vid Sources
14:31

11. Using Hosted Video Services: Getting in the Mix + Ins + Outs of HTML5 Video
15:22

12. Using Hosted Video Services: Audio Enters the Fold
15:42

13. Using Hosted Video Services: Flash MP3 Player Joins the Party
08:15
About the Instructor
Martin Kenny
4.3 Average rating
45 Reviews
4,189 Students
13 Courses
Author of "Malibu Code: Learn HTML, CSS and JavaScript"

Martin Kenny is the author of "Malibu Code: Learn HTML, CSS and JavaScript," a book that teaches the fundamentals of web design and interactive website programming through the metaphor of surfing. The original phrase, "surfing the web" comes from surfing, and yet no other web design or programming courses explore the power of the surfing metaphor beyond this common phrase.

In Martin's courses you will learn coding skills faster by building on top of ideas you already understand, instead of learning things from scratch. Much like surfing, many people give up on trying to learn how to code after their first few experiences with failure. Martin's courses are different because they explain everything in simple English and don't assume that you know anything about computers or programming or have any prior experience.

Laurence Svekis
4.3 Average rating
8,351 Reviews
206,983 Students
161 Courses
Instructor, 18+yrs Web Experience

I'm here to help you learnachieve your dreams, come join me on this amazing adventure today

Innovative technology expert with a wide range of real world experience. Providing Smart digital solutions online for both small and enterprise level businesses.

"I have a passion for anything digital technology related, enjoy programming and the challenge of developing successful digital experiences. As an experienced developer, I created my first computer applications in 1990, and my first website in 1998.  I enjoy sharing my knowledge with others and want to help you share in the wonderful opportunities that the internet provides."

"Learning, understanding with a strong passion for education.  The internet has provided us with new opportunities to expand and share knowledge."

Want to learn more about becoming a web developer, do you want to experience the freedom that technology provides for us? Learn how to bring amazing things to life online.  Technology connects us all in many ways.  It opens up doors to those who embrace it and learn how to make those connections real.

"My courses are designed to help you achieve your goals, learn and update skills"

Background : An experienced web application developer, having worked on multiple enterprise level applications, hundreds of websites, business solutions and many unique and innovative web applications.  Web application development areas of expertise include HTML, CSS, JavaScript, JQuery, Bootstrap, PHP and MySQL. Anything to do with web creation and digital experience. Passionate about everything to do with web application development, programming to online marketing with a strong focus on social media and SEO

"Understanding technology provides a means to better connect with users.  It also opens so many doors.   Knowledge is the key to success and I want to help you experience what technology has to offer. I'm passionate about web technologies, and look forward to sharing my knowledge and experience with you!"

Brett Romero
4.0 Average rating
247 Reviews
25,903 Students
20 Courses
Brett Romero

I'm a software engineer and entrepreneur. I've also started several businesses. Bitesize Business School is the latest, where I write about applying business principles to the real world and solving technology issues that every online business faces.

The first business I created, Cygen, was a web design consulting business. From this business, I also created my first product - A chatroom web application that was javascript based.

I've written desktop applications in languages running from Delphi to C# winforms/WPF. I've also built ASP.NET webforms and MVC based applications. When the iOS SDK was first introduced, I bought a Macbook and began building apps for the iPhone. I currently have seven apps in the iTunes App Store.

I have an MBA from ASU ('14). My undergraduate major was in mathematics. Before graduating, I decided to get a business degree. I continued taking mathematics courses at the University of Washington after completing my undergraduate degree.