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Coding HTML

Web documents are created primarily with HyperText Markup Language or HTML. HTML is not a programming language so it is easy to understand and use. HTML uses tags to construct web pages. So learning HTML is all about mastering how to use tags.

We have a dozens of courses on exposing effective HTML coding techniques we use every day. Whether you are a beginner or experienced HTML coder (web page author), we may have the courses you need to enhance your skills. Our HTML training lessons have three levels:

  • Level 1: working with web pages. These HTML courses start with the number 1 (100, 101, 102, and so on) and provide in-depth coverage of most of the skills and techniques required in developing a web page. This is the beginner's place to learn the HTML concepts, syntax and vocabulary.
  • Level 2: HTML courses starting with the number 2 (200, 201, 202, and so on) focus on building and maintaining websites.
  • Level 3: HTML courses starting with the number 3 (300, 301, 302, and so on) provide students the opportunity to seek answers to their HTML problems/bugs. For most benefit from these courses, bring with you your HTML project that you have problems with.

HTML 100 - HTML basics

An introductory course to HTML. Start here if you are new to HTML. Learn about: the basic building blocks of HTML, elements, attributes, nesting, organizing code, and adding comments. What you learn in this course can be used everywhere and every time you create a web page.

Price: $49. Duration: 4 hours.

Prerequisite(s): None. Working knowledge of Internet and basic PC/Windows skills is helpful.

HTML 101 - Working with document architecture

This course focuses on creating web pages using the concepts introduced in HTML 100. In this course you will create and work with web documents (or web pages). You will learn how to use elements such html, head, title, and body.

Price: $49. Duration: 4 hours.

Prerequisite(s): HTML 100 - HTML basics

HTML 102 - Working with text

This course builds on what you have learned in HTML 100 and 101. In this course, you will learn about how to create: headings, paragraphs, lists. Additionally, the course covers block versus inline elements. Before taking this course please be sure you know the fundamentals of HTML (HTML 100 and 101).

Price: $49. Duration: 4 hours.

Prerequisite(s): HTML 101 - Working with document architecture

HTML 103 - Working with graphics

Working with text alone, as we have done upto this point in courses HTML 100-102, may sound boring. HTML is more than just displaying textual content. In this course, you will learn how to use graphics in your web pages.

The course will cover: different file formats for graphics, inserting graphics in to a web page, adding description of the graphic, controlling the dimensions of the graphic, and controlling graphic alignment and spacing.

Price: $61.25. Duration: 5 hours.

Prerequisite(s): HTML 102 - Working with text

HTML 104 - Working with hyperlinks

The World Wide Web (WWW), as we know it, would not exist without hyperlinks. In this course, you will learn about: types of links and how to create them.

Learn about creating relative links (links to local files), external links (links to sources available on the Internet), reference links, and email links. Together, we will create textual and graphical links. To create graphical links, you have to know to insert graphics into a webpage. Therefore before taking this course know to insert graphics into a web page.

Price: $61.25. Duration: 5 hours.

Prerequisite(s): HTML 103 - Working with graphics

HTML 105 - Using tables

This course provides instruction on how to use simple to complex tables in HTML. You will learn how to: define a table, control a table's width, specify spacing between and within a cell, span rows or (and) columns, and nest tables.

In HTML tables now days are increasingly used for only displaying tabular data. So in the course we will create data using the concepts you mastered in HTML 102, HTML 103, and HTML 104.

Price: $61.25. Duration: 5 hours.

Prerequisite(s): HTML 104 - Working with hyperlinks

HTML 106 - Creating forms

Web is not just about presenting data, it also supports collecting data from the web users. To accomplish the data collection task, HTML provides you a number of options to build a form. In this course, you will learn how to build a form.

The course will cover creating: textboxes, check boxes, radio buttons, selection lists/menu choices, submit buttons, and textareas.

Although HTML 103, HTML 104, or HTML 105 are not required for this course, mastery of the topics covered in those course will help you in this course. For instance, a graphic on the form page may show the steps involved in or benefits from filling out the form. Similarly, a form page can't be found without links. In fact, to provide a form processing script, it is very helpful to know the difference between a relative versus external links/sources - a topic for HTML 104.

Price: $61.25. Duration: 5 hours.

Prerequisite(s): HTML 102 - Working with text

HTML 150 - Introduction to HTML

This is a 12 hours long course and indented for those HTML coders wanting to understand the philosophy of HTML and how to use it to construct web pages. Topics for this course include defining structure for an HTML document, working with text (to create headings, paragraphs, lists, nested lists, line breaks, and use special characters), formatting text, and specifying colors.

Price: $177. Duration: 12 hours.

Prerequisite(s): None. Working knowledge of Internet and basic PC/Windows skills is helpful.

HTML 151 - Intermediate HTML

This builds up on the skills you acquired in HTML 150. In this 12 hour long course, we will present more essential techniques needed in creating a web page. Agenda:

  • Working with graphics
    • Optimizing graphics for use on the Web
    • Placing graphics on your web page
    • Overcoming challenges in positioning graphics on the page
    • Customizing graphic properties
  • Hyperlinks - learn how to create all kinds of links including relative, absolute, external, reference, email, and graphical. These types of links allows you to:
    1. link to other pages on your website or someone else's website,
    2. link to documents on the Web, and
    3. create email (mailto:) links, links to specific sections of a web page.
  • Learn to create image maps
  • Learn to embed multimedia files (sounds and videos) in your web page

Price: $177. Duration: 12 hours.

Prerequisite(s): HTML 150 - Introduction to HTML

HTML 152 - Advanced HTML

This course introduces more essential concepts needed in building a successful web page. Agenda:

  • Working with tables - Tables are a great way to show data in a tabular format. In this lesson, you will learn how to create a table, specify table width, control the table's display properties (such as border, cell spacing, cell padding, background colors, etc.), create table headings, and span multiple columns or rows. In this course, we will also cover how to create nested tables - placing a table within another table.
  • Web forms - learn of the different options HTML supports to gather user input. In this lesson, in addition to the discussion of validating user input you will learn to:
    • Create textboxes (input boxes, password fields, hidden fields)
    • Create multiline textboxes or text areas
    • Create radio buttons
    • Create check boxes
    • Build selection lists/menu choices
    • Add submit and reset buttons

Price: $177. Duration: 12 hours.

Prerequisite(s): HTML 151 - Intermediate HTML