HTML/Web-Site Development Course
What You Will Learn
This class is designed to provide a working knowledge of HTML and the World-Wide Web for people who want to create or maintain Internet or Intranet web sites. Class discussion and hands-on exercises cover —
- History and development of the Internet and the World-Wide Web,
- How different web browsers can interpret the same page differently,
- The nature of a mark-up language like HTML,
- The basic rules of HTML coding,
- The parts of an HTML page,
- Creating and viewing pages,
- Inserting graphics, specifying alternative text and size attributes,
- Inserting and formatting tables, specifying size of table and table columns,
- How to interpret pixel dimensions of graphics and and tables,
- Specifying text and backgroupnd colors,
- Making a "mailto" link,
- Use of character entities to code special text such as accented characters,
- How to optimize on-line performance and avoid browser compatibility problems.
6 hours, $260 (available for Windows and Macintosh)
- 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.
Due to social distancing, all training currently is given as live, on-line video conferences (details)
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.