Basic and Advanced HTML Lessons
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Basic and Advanced HTML Lessons

This is an accelerated course for anyone interested in learning basic techniques for creating professional web sites.
3.6 (10 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
1,553 students enrolled
Created by Jason Moore
Last updated 7/2017
Price: $100
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  • 31 mins on-demand video
  • 10 Articles
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • In this course, you will learn how to build a webpage; learn CSS and other techniques to build a website
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  • PC or MAC with a browser installed

This is an accelerated course for anyone interested in learning both basic and advanced techniques for creating professional web sites. You might want to create an online business, personal web site or improve an existing web site. This course will show you step-by-step how to build a simple HTML web site from scratch using free text editors. Then, in more advanced topics you will learn faster ways to produce pages that will increase your productivity.

Who is the target audience?
  • This course is intended for those who have basic knowledge of computers and want to learn how to build websites
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Curriculum For This Course
Learning HTML (Basic Lessons)
5 Lectures 06:45
So you want to learn basic HTML in a short period of time? Great! Well you've come to the right place because I am going to show you how to get up and running with HTML 4.01 in less than 24 hours. This course is broken down into the following lessons: Beginner: Lesson One: Introduction - This is an…
Lesson One - Introduction

HTML stands for Hyper-Text Markup Language. It is a special tag-based programming language read by web browsers on the Internet. Tags are special characters that tell the web browser what to expect from the programming language. The basic opening tag that starts every HTML page is . For most opening…
Lesson Two: What Is HTML?

As I mentioned in the previous lesson, HTML is a tag-specific programming language for the Internet. You will encounter certain tags over and over again as you learn to create web pages and web sites. Here is a list and description of commonly used tags that you will encounter: HTML Basic Document T…
Lesson Three: Most Used HTML Tags

Now you will create your first web page. Open your text editor (I am using NotePad (PC) or BBEdit (MAC) because it is free) and type the following HTML code as shown below: Notice the basic structure of the HTML file as follows: All correctly formatted web pages should include these tags . The next thing you will do is…

Lesson Four: Your First HTML Web Page

Now that you have created your first web page, you will now create a three-page web site. You will use the first page that you just created as your home page then add two additional pages. You will also learn how to make links at the top of your pages so that you can navigate from page to page. Plea…
Lesson Five: Your First Web Site
Learning HTML (Advanced Lessons)
10 Lectures 33:55
For those of you who are now comfortable with HTML and have a good foundation in this online programming technology, I will now introduce you to a another type of editor termed WYSIWIG (Pronounced: "Whiz - ee - wig") which stands for "What You See Is What You get". One of the first WYSIWYG editors f…
Lesson Six (Advanced): Introduction to using Dreamweaver WYSIWYG editor

Cascading Style Sheets or CSS for short, is coding that redefines HTML tags for style (this is the informal definition). The most powerful aspect of CSS is that it allows you to insert in into a page and immediately, the formatting for that page will switch to the defined elements from the CSS.  You…
Lesson Eight (Advanced): Introduction to Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)

Discusses how to use Dreamweaver to incorporate CSS into your web page

Lesson Nine (Advanced): How to use Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) Video #2

Adobe Fireworks is an image editor, creator and manipulator similar to Adobe Photoshop but much easier to use (in my opinion). I have used Adobe Fireworks for many years without any issues and it has always worked for me. If you would like to get a trial version of the software to try it out and to…
Lesson Ten (Advanced): How to get Adobe Fireworks to acquire, manipulate and edit images

This video demo shows you how to make a banner image using Adobe Fireworks CS5

Lesson Eleven (Advanced): Adobe Fireworks Video #3

Now that you have learned more than one way to make a web site, it is now time for me to discuss web domains and hosting companies and why you need them. A domain is basically your signature destination on the Internet. For example is the domain name of this web site and the site files…
Lesson Twelve (Advanced): Introduction to finding a domain name and web hosting company

This lesson shows you how to quickly find a domain name using

Lesson Thirteen (Advanced): How to find a domain name Video #4

FTP stands for File Transfer Protocol and it is the standard for sending files from your desktop or laptop computer to a web hosting company server. There are many FTP software programs out there that allow you to do this. I personally prefer File Zilla because it is free. If you wish to download a…
Lesson Fourteen (Advanced): Introduction to FTP and why you need it

This video will show you how to setup and transfer your files to a web hosting service provider using FTP software

Lesson Fifteen (Advanced): How to use FTP to upload your site to a web hosting server Video #5
Course Conclusion
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About the Instructor
Jason Moore
3.6 Average rating
10 Reviews
1,581 Students
2 Courses

If you would like low-cost programming tutoring, please connect with me at: and put UDEMY in the subject. In addition to HTML and CSS, I also have skills in Visual Studio .NET (ASP.NET & C#), SQL and SQL server and more.

About Me: 

I graduated with a BBA degree in Computer-based Information Systems (COBIS) from Howard University in Washington, DC. Utilizing my programming skills in HTML and beyond, I have worked for Fortune 500 companies Kraft Foods, Inc. and Oracle ATG, Inc. I have also worked as an Online Marketing Manager for Feld Entertainment, Inc.  Founder of Intelligent Search Agents Inc.