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Introduction to HTML

Designed for the student with little to no working knowledge of creating HTML files by hand. If you’re looking to learn HTML from scratch or move beyond using a WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get) editing tool, this is the class for you. Students will be introduced to the structure of HTML documents, good markup techniques, and the concept of validation. Students will be required to use a plain text editor to write HTML and use an FTP program to upload the pages to the Internet. Functional topics will include text formatting, using lists, tables, and a brief foray into CSS.

Skills attainable: web designers, webmasters, web programmers, and web application developers.

Program Outline

Topic 1: Basics of FTP and the document HEAD.

After completing this lesson, you’ll:
Be able to form the basic structure for an HTML document
Understand and know which DOCTYPE declaration to use & why
Know how to insert META tags and why they are needed
Be able to use an FTP program to transfer files to a web server

Topic 2: Tables, Images & Search Engines.

After completing this lesson, you’ll:
Understand the basic ways a search engine works
Learn the basic structure of a table
Learn how to combine table rows & columns for layout
Know how to create links to other pages/sites
Be able to insert Images into a web page

Topic 3: Lists & Character Entities

After completing this lesson, you’ll:
Understand and be able to insert lists into the document
Learn how to use character entities

Topic 4: Forms and validation

After completing this lesson, you’ll:
Understand the structure of forms
Be able to create forms that can return the responses via email
Understand how the validating process works
Be able to create “valid” html files according to the W3C specifications
Experiment with using the HTML5 DOCTYPE

Topic 5: Basics of CSS & the HTML5 DOCTYPE.

After completing this lesson, you’ll:
Understand basic CSS
Be able to incorporate CSS into a web page
Be able to link a web page to a style sheet
Be able to create CSS “classes” that can be re-used throughout a web site
Experiment with using the HTML5 DOCTYPE

Topic 6: Final Project

This lesson incorporates all 5 of the previous lessons and you will be creating a functional web site.

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