HTML forms a fundamental building block for your web programming career.
In this course, we cover the basics of setting up your own HTML page.
This course is one of five modules toward the Certified Web Developer certificate.
After “helping” dad build his 286 computer at the age of 5, computers have been a core part of his life. Prior to graduating from Central Washington University with his CS major he was contracting as a web developer. Now with over 10 years experience he has worked with almost every industry ranging from information, security, payment, entertainment, and even Artificial Intelligence.
When not shooting tanks, casting magic missile, or avoiding creepers, he loves to attempt to get lost in the Pacific Northwest forests.
Video best played in fullscreen
- Over 1 hour of video training
- Instructor set challenge labs
- End-of-course certificate
- Captions available
- Access to members only forum
- Exam vendor – NA
- Prerequisites – None
- Recommended – NA
|Module 1||Course Introduction|
|Unit 1||Introduction to HTML|
|Module 2||Syntax and Pages|
|Unit 2||Page Structure|
|Module 3||Tags and Styling|
|Unit 1||Div, Span and Break Tags|
|Unit 4||Image, Heading and Paragraph Tags|
|Unit 6||Exercise 1|
|Module 4||Forms and Scripts|
|Unit 1||Forms and Inputs|
|Unit 2||Forms 2|
|Unit 3||Style and Script Tags|
|Unit 4||Exercise 2|