Course Descriptions

HTML E-mail Course

What You Will Learn

This class is about coding HTML specifically for use in formatted e-mails, often called HTML e-mail. Class discussion and exercises cover —

  • What a mark-up language like HTML is and how it works,
  • Why you should code HTML differently for e-mails than for web pages,
  • What it takes to compose and send an HTML e-mail,
  • The basic rules of HTML,
  • The plain-text and formatted portions of the e-mail,
  • Creating layout in the e-mail,
  • Inserting graphics, specifying alternative text and size attributes,
  • Making hyperlinks both within the e-mail and to web sites,
  • Specifying text and background colors,
  • Making a "mailto" link,
  • Testing for compatibility across a number of e-mail systems.

6 hours, $260 (available for Windows and Macintosh).

An investment in knowledge pays the best interest.

Benjamin Franklin

Training Format

  • Live class with trainer in class and interactive student participation,
  • Exercise-based, hands-on instruction,
  • Emphasis on questions and student participation,
  • Small size (limited to 8), personal attention.

Class Location

Dates and Registration


A working knowledge of mouse and menu-based computer applications, and the Windows or Macintosh operating system. It is also useful to have some knowledge of the Internet and digital communications and bit-mapped graphics.

Related Classes

Dreamweaver to learn how to Adobe Dreamweaver to create HTML pages.

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HTML Course Outline, Updated June 29, 2020.