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Website Design With HTML

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GOALS:

The goal of the HTML Web Design program is to equip learners with the unique skills they need to build and develop a variety of websites. After graduating from this course,  you will be able to construct responsive websites.

TIME: Study 10 hrs/week and complete in 2 weeks

PREREQUISITES: No prior experience needed.

  • HTML 5

    If you do well in this topic, you should be able to: Insert a graphic within a web page. Create a link within a web page. Create a table within a web page. Insert heading levels within a web page. Insert ordered and unordered lists within a web page. Create a web page. Validate a web page. Publish a web page. Work with images, including thumbnails, rollovers, and image maps Work with forms and the HTML5 validation features Add audio and video to your pages Use embedded fonts. Remember the class notes are below the videos.

  • CSS 3

    If you do well in this topic, you should be able to: Understand browser development tools like inspector. Understand CSS Tag selectors – how CSS code is used to target HTML tags, text and other elements in an HTML page. Understand parent/child HTML tag relationships. Understand common layout types: fixed width, fluid and responsive Understand how CSS is included in an HTML page. Understand several selector types: tag, id, class, descendent selectors, pseudo class selectors Understand CSS positioning: float, margin, padding etc. Understand CSS menu/navbar creation techniques. Understand CSS3 media queries. Remember the class notes are below the videos.

  • Bootstrap

    If you do well in this topic, you should be able to: Use Bootstrap's predefined classes and Bootstrap's grid system Create responsive navbars Style typography, tables, and forms with Bootstrap Use the most popular Bootstrap components Use an array of Bootstrap Utilities. Remember the class notes are below the videos.

  • Git

    At the end of this topic you will be able to: Understand the differences between Git, Github and Gitlab Install and configure Git for use Use Git to manage files using CLI commands Create, Clone and manage repositories Reviewing audit trails Perform Branching, Merging and Rebasing Prevent and resolve merge conflicts Understand common Git workflows Perform basic troubleshooting of Git. Remember the class notes are below the videos.

  • Deploying To Heroku

    If you do well in this topic, you should be able to: Create github repository of your project Setup a heroku project of your repository Setup automatic building of your project. Remember the class notes are below the videos.

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