The Ultimate HTML Developer Course is about teaching you proper HTML. HTML is the structure behind every web page and you cannot create a website without using HTML, including mobile websites and cross-platform compatible HTML5 apps.
In this course you will learn everything you need to know about HTML, XHTML and HTML5. Even if you know HTML, this course will teach you the ins and outs of HTML and challenge what you think you know.
This course specializes in HTML only. You will become a professional in just a few hours!
This course is very compact.
Other development courses are bloated with empty space, watching the teacher code in silence and other time-wasting events. The Ultimate HTML Developer Course has removed all time-wasting sections of a video and is designed to teach you the most HTML in the shortest time while getting hands on practice.
The total course is just three hours, split into videos that are no longer than 10 minutes each. By the end of this course you will know as much HTML as a college student and you'll be 100% ready to move on to the next step as a professional.
Why take this course?
If you have an idea, want to start a company or just want to make websites for fun, this course is for you. The Ultimate HTML Developer Course gives you all the HTML skills you will need to succeed as a web developer.
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You will learn what HTML is, where it is used and the importance of HTML in websites.
Editors are how you write HTML. Here are a few great editors you can use.
Browsers are the interpreters between websites and what you see. They understand the HTML and other various languages used to show you exactly what you need to see. There are 6 primary browsers and you should have all of them installed to test your pages on.
Learn what makes up HTML, how it's written, how to insert HTML inside of HTML and practice with a few basic elements.
You will create your first HTML-based web page using the <html>, <head> and <body> elements.
Learn how to change the title in your browsers tab.
Learn what the HTML DOCTYPE is, why it's important and how to write the new standard HTML5 DOCTYPE.
An introduction into HTML attributes, what they are, and hands on practice with your first attribute.
Learn what headings are, how to write them and practice using them.
HTML is not space sensitive. In this video you learn how to add new lines and additional spaces.
Learn how to make some text bold and draw attention from your users.
Learn how to add emphasis to your words using italics.
Learn how to make underlines in HTML, what the proper HTML5 use of the underline is and practice writing it.
Learn what comments are, how you can use them, when to use them and how to find them.
Learn how to link from one site to another site and how to open links in a new window.
Learn how to add a link to a certain part of your page. A hyperlink can scroll up or down a page for you.
Learn how to create images, alter the width and height, add text in case the image is missing, add a border and use the image as a link.
All HTML elements can be categorized into two primary categories: Block elements and Inline Elements. Learn the difference between the two, how they work with each other and finish off by writing HTML and getting hands on experience.
Learn what the div element is, how it's used and how it compares to HTML5 standardized elements.
Learn how to create bullet point and numbered lists, how to put a list inside another list, what happens when you misspell a closing tag and practice creating these lists on your own.
Learn how to create tables in HTML including adding rows and columns, changing the table width, cell padding and spacing, and border attributes. You'll also learn how to merge cells together by column and by row, group your rows and cells by it's header, body and footer. Then you'll finish up by practicing all of this.
69 questions to test your knowledge from Module 1.
Learn what the DOM is, what it looks like and how it's useful to developers.
Surprise! You've learned XHTML from the start. That means you're better equipped and can write both HTML and XHTML now.
In this video, you'll learn what XHTML is and how to validate it.
Learn how to add styling to a single element. This lesson includes some CSS education but you will not be tested on the CSS part of this video.
Learn how to add internal styling to your page. Internal styling lets you write CSS once and effect multiple elements inside your page. This method is much faster than using the `style` attribute on every element.
Learn how to add styling to your HTML pages by writing your code in a different file outside of your file.html page. You'll also learn how to save time by making one change that effects multiple pages, instead of multiple changes that effect just one page.
Learn about the class attribute and how to apply styling to it.
Learn what an ID is, how the attribute works and how you apply styling to an element with an ID.
Learn how to add quotations and auto-indented quotes to your page in a way that both users and computers can understand. This is the first step to understanding that developers make websites for computers and humans to read.
Learn how to write particular code, including computer code, variables, samples and keyboard input.
Learn the difference between two types of bold and italics and how they differ between browsers and screen readers.
Learn about more elements that go inside your <head> element.
Learn how to add additional information to your pages so search engines, scrapers and social sites can quickly understand what your page is about.
Learn how to add a small image beside your page title in the window tab.
Learn about HTML's reserved characters and how to write special characters so they show up properly.
Learn the importance behind forms.
Learn about many different attributes that effect the form input elements, what they look like and how they act.
Learn how to let users type information into a certain element, how to disable the element, how to change the width of the input field, add auto focusing and how to secure a field for a password.
Learn how to create multi-lined input areas, how the spacing works in a textarea and how to change the size of a textarea.
Learn how to create a submit button, a reset button and a useless button.
Learn how to create drop down menus, disable certain options and how to select a particular option in a drop down menu for additional influence on the users decision.
Learn about what happens after you submit a form and how the submitted information is accessed by the server.
Learn how to send information through a form without sharing the information in the URL bar. This is a much safer way to share information such as passwords.
Learn the importance behind using the correct elements at the correct time. Browsers, search engines and other programs might be accessing your site and they need help understanding the code. Proper semantics also help other developers understand your code.
Learn how to add videos into your HTML pages, allow/disallow the controls, force the video to automatically start playing, use up to three different video types and how to deal with browsers that don't accept HTML5 videos.
Learn how to add music of sound effects to your page, how to enable/disable the control bar, which three audio formats are acceptable and how to deal with browsers that don't support HTML5 audio.
An introduction into responsive design that will allow you to create websites for laptops, desktops, mobile phones and tablets with just the knowledge you've gained in this course. By taking the action in this video you could be kickstarting your career as a web developer by many months (or possibly years!)
Over 100 questions to test your knowledge from Module 2.
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