Designed as an introduction course to HTML 5 and CSS 3.
- experience using a computer operating system such as Windows or Mac OS X, and using web browsers to access the web as an end user. No prior knowledge of web development is required.
This course is designed as an introduction to HTML and CSS for those who want to learn to develop standards-compliant web content, with a focus on current HTML5 and CSS3 standards. This course can be taught on Microsoft® Windows®, Apple® Mac OS® X, or Linux®, and supports developers who work in any of those environments. In this course, you will develop web content in HTML5 and CSS3 following principles of responsive web design. You will be able to optimize HTML content to take advantage of HTML5 and CSS3 features. Write advanced CSS3 selectors and media queries. Utilize advanced background and border options introduced in CSS3. Be able to utilize advanced text formatting options introduced in CSS3. Also use HTML5 graphics and multimedia elements, including transforms, animation, audio, and video. Lastly, follow best practices to enable HTML content to be successfully processed by many different web browsers and machine readers.
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Who this course is for:
- A learning to develop standards-compliant web content, with a focus on current HTML5 and CSS3 standards.