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HTML Introduction – 2 Days – $650

  • August 28, 2017 - August 29, 2017
    10:00 am - 4:30 pm
  • September 20, 2017 - September 21, 2017
    10:00 am - 4:30 pm

This 2-day course is for individuals new to HTML. It begins with an introduction to web technologies and then provides a comprehensive overview of HTML. You will be introduced to the structure of HTML documents, good markup techniques, and the concept of validation. This is a basic HTML training class for those new to HTML. 

Audience: Students with basic understanding of how websites work. 

Prerequisites: None. 

Course Length:  2 days

Course Objectives

  • Getting started with web development.
  • Explain the difference between HTML and XHTML.
  • Create links in HTML documents.
  • Add images to HTML documents.
  • Create HTML tables.
  • Create forms in HTML.
  1. A Quick Overview of Web Development

Client-side Programming


Cascading Style Sheets


Dynamic HTML


Adobe Flash

Server-side Programming



Active Server Pages

Java EE



Ruby on Rails

  1. Introduction to HTML

Getting Started

The HTML Skeleton

HTML Elements

Special Characters

The HTML/XHTML Version


Lang and xml:lang

  1. Paragraphs, Headings and Text


Breaks and Horizontal Rules

Quoted Text

Preformatted Text

Phrase Elements

HTML 4 Formatting Elements

Documenting changes

  1. HTML Links

Text Links

Absolute vs. Relative Paths

Targeting New Windows

Email Links


The title Attribute

  1. HTML Images

Inserting Images

Making Images accessible

Alternative Text

Long Descriptions

Height and Width Attributes

Image Links

  1. HTML Lists

Unordered Lists

Nesting Unordered Lists

Ordered Lists

Nesting Ordered Lists

Start Attribute

Definition Lists

  1. HTML Tables

Creating Tables

Adding a Caption


Merging Cells

  1. HTML Forms

How HTML Forms Work

The <form> Tag

Get vs. Post

Form Elements

Id and Name Attributes


Text Fields

Password Fields

Submit and Reset Buttons

Hidden Fields


Radio Buttons

Select Menus


  1. Crash Course in CSS

Benefits of Cascading Style Sheets

CSS Rules


Precedence of Selectors

The Cascade

Media Types

<div> and <span>

Units of Measurement

The Inherit Value