How To Take This Class

Course Overview

This HTML Training course is designed for developers who want to get the most out of the HTML markup language. This course focuses on creating highly effective and interactive Web pages as well as on the essential building blocks of an HTML document.

Course Prerequisites

Programming experience is helpful, but not required.

Course Audience

This course is designed for developers and those who are new HTML and web development who want to get the most out of the HTML markup language.

What You'll Learn

Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
  • Learn the fundamentals of Web page design
  • Understand how tables and frames facilitate complex layouts and positioning
  • See how Web pages can be used to collect user information
  • Discover the power of VBScript and JavaScript to create interactive Web pages
  • Tap the power of Dynamic HTML (DHTML) and see how to use it to dynamically control all aspects of a Web page

Course Duration

2 Days

Course Outline

  1. Introduction to HTML
    • What Is The Internet
    • How Does a Web Page Work?
    • The History of HTML
    • The Building Blocks of a Web Page
    • HTML Tags
    • A Simple HTML Document
  2. Formatting Text
    • Modifying the Appearance of Text
    • Text Alignment
    • Creating Lists
  3. Graphics, Color, and Animation
    • Working with Images
    • Using Images with HTML
    • Custom Backgrounds
    • Animation
    • Adding Sound
  4. Advanced Layout with Tables
    • Creating Tables
    • <TABLE> Tag
    • <TR> Tag
    • <TD> and <TH> Tags
    • Advanced Layouts with Tables
    • Grouping Rows and Columns
    • Tips and Tricks
  5. Hypertext Links
    • Anatomy of a URL
    • Working with Anchors
    • Linking to Web Pages
    • Other Types of Hypertext Links
    • Image Maps
  6. Frames
    • What Are Frames?
    • Creating a Frameset Document
    • Frame Attributes
    • Using Hyperlinks
    • Frame Layout
  7. Cascading Style Sheets
    • Cascading Style Sheet Overview
    • Using Style Sheets
    • Formatting and Layout
    • Advanced Techniques
  8. HTML Forms
    • Introduction to Forms
    • Form Controls
    • Implementing Forms
    • Advanced Form Design
  9. Creating Interactive Web Pages
    • Introduction to Scripting
    • JavaScript
    • Performing Field Validation
    • VBScript
    • Using Java Applets
    • Using ActiveX Controls
  10. DHTML
    • What Is DHTML?
    • Document Object Model (DOM)
    • Dynamic Styles
    • Dynamic Classes
    • Dynamic Content