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HTML is the very first language every web developer should master. It is the very basis that everything else builds off. Since web sites are comprised of several coding languages , many instructors tend to rush through HTML as fast as possible to get to the more exciting material-- this is a costly mistake for new developers! In this course, we give HTML the sole attention that it deserves.
What you can expect to learn
We will learn HTML the proper way-- starting from the basics and moving on up.
The course will start out with what HTML is and isn't and where it fits in the scope of things. We will then go over each of the principal features of HTML. By the end of the program, you will have a solid understanding of HTML and be able to create bulletproof HTML code.
In this lecture, we will examine the basic structure of every webpage. We will go over each tag that every page requires.
In this lecture, we will learn how to add text to websites. Specifically, we will learn about the paragraph and header tags.
In this lecture, we will examine two types of list elements.
In this lecture, we will go over how HTML tables are built.
In this lecture, we will examine the different ways to navigate between and within webpages.
In this lecture, we will learn how to add pictures into a webpage
In this lecture, we will discuss the concept of a display type. The lecture will focus on two in particular-- block and inline.
In this lecture, we will go over how forms work. We will then learn how to build forms with basic text inputs.
In this lecture, we will build upon what we already know about forms. We will discuss how to limit what users may enter into form fields.
In this lecture, we will discuss the options HTML provides for submitting forms as well as when and where to use them.
In this lecture, we will go over what exactly HTML 5 is and what it brings to the table.
In this lecture, we will go over the new HTML 5 semantic tags. We will analyze two version of a webpage-- one written in HTML 4 and the other in HTML 5.
In this lecture, we will learn how to add video and audio to our webpages using brand new HTML 5 tags.
Congratulations on making it this far! As of now, you should have a solid understanding of HTML. I'd highly recommend that you began your journey into CSS. Thank you for taking the course.
Sean Raborg is an experienced, self-directed web-developer. Beginning in the late 90's, Sean began his initially self-taught venture into web development while still in high school. With limited resources and a still-maturing Internet, Sean had to wade through the madness and learn things the hard way during those initial years. After successfully completing high school, Sean continued his passion for web development with a formal college education while working in related IT and development positions.
Sean is highly passionate about web development and focuses heavily on creating streamlined, efficient code. His courses are designed to clearly pass on his vast knowledge by compacting his years of experience into small bite-sized nuggets of wisdom that are easily understood by his students.
Leverage his knowledge and start creating highly effective websites and applications in no time!