Internet
Web Development: Introduction to HTML


Outcomes

This session provides the participant with an overview of the use of HTML (HypertextMarkupLanguage) used in World Wide Web page construction. Participants will be able to construct their own Web Page using the concepts introduced in this course.

Prerequisites

Experience in using the Internet and specifically the World Wide Web is essential,
Basic Windows and typing skills are required for this session,
Prior programming language experience is recommended, but not essential.


What should you be familiar with?



Session Length

1 Day, 9:00am to 4:30pm

Location

This session is conducted either on site, or at our training rooms.

Topics Covered in this session



Introduction
What Is HTML?
Creating a HTML file


Components of HTML files
Basic elements of HTML files
Tags

Text formatting
Font-style elements
Phrase elements


Paragraphs, blocks and lists
Paragraphs,
text alignment
blocks (indents)
Lists

Tables
Creating tables
Components of TABLE
Components of TD and TH
Links
Inserting links into HTML documents
URLs (Uniform Resource Locators)
Bookmarks within a document

Images
Inserting images into HTML documents
Components of IMG

Image maps
Types of image maps
Creating server-side image maps
Creating client-side image maps

Frames
Creating frames
Components of FRAMESET
Components of FRAME
Links within frames





This course is not available on our public schedule, call us on 1800 456 002 or EMAIL to book this course


 
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