Our HTML course is aimed at anyone who is new to Web page design, and for those who would like to expand their know how of Web page authoring.
The course starts at a basic level describing how the Web moving through creation of simple pages, and then onto more complex pages making use of Style Sheets and DHTML by the end of the course.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
The course is aimed at those intending to compose web pages which will work successfully in multiple Web Browsers. You should be familiar with text editing and either Unix and/or Microsoft Windows and have knowledge of a web browser.
The course work is based around a 50/50 approach to lecture and hands on giving the attendee the chance to really work with the system and see its potential. The practical work is based around real life scenarios as much as possible and is intended to make the delegate feel more at easy with working on the system and boost their confidence about working in this environment.
A knowledge of text editors is a requirement for this course and the ability to work with a web browser to view web pages.
No prior programming experience required.
DURATION: 3 DAYS
PRICE: Call for latest
1st Day: Start 9:30am - Finish 5:00pm
Introduction to the Web
Includes reference material, the Web history, the difference between Internet and Intranet, how pages are transferred.
What is HTML?
Document terminology, structure, simple mark up tags, and a simple HTML document.
List, Rules, images
Different list types, line divides, image sizes, image text location.
Links, Anchors, Fonts & Colour
Hyperlinks in-page and external, anchoring to a location in your page, changing text font, and colour of document.
Creating forms, and understanding the different attributes and elements. Understand how values are passed from your page to a web server program.
Creating general tables, using them for page layout, issues with tables in page layout, understanding table elements.
Head & Body
Working with head and body attributes, redirection, backgrounds, and colouring.
Multimedia in HTML, Image Maps
Defining and designing special types of links through 1 image, background sounds and other media.
Working With Frames
Designing sites using frames. How to do it, and get rated. Issues arising from using frames. Targeting frames.
Built in dynamic tags within HTML. Including applets into your design.
Describe the components of a style sheet, create style sheet and use them in HTML, working with SPAN and DIV for alignment.
Performance and GUI's
Preparing your page for search engines, ensuring good loading times, and when and where to use GUI tools.
Lots of examples and practical questions to give you a chance to try things out. Feel free to bring along your own ideas to try.