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HTML Introduction


Audience: Students who want to know how to build web pages from scratch or who wish to enhance and modify the HTML code in their chosen page editor.

Course Duration: 1 day(1)

Course Types: Group bookings, public courses , 1-2-1 sessions, bespoke tailored courses and Saturday club.

Course Location:This HTML Introduction training course is delivered at our Training centre in London situated close to London Liverpool street station, training can also be delivered at your offices. Tailored course content can be customised to meet your specific requirements, with scheduled dates to suit you.


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After completing this course, students will be able to:
  • Understand HTML
  • Structure their HTML correctly
  • Create Links
  • Understand the role of CSS
  • Use Graphics
  • Create Lists
  • Create Tables
  • The New HTML
  • Graphics and Image Maps
  • Create interactive Forms


  • Course Content

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    Module 1: HTML
    • The Basics
    • Web Browsers
    • What is HTML?
    • HTML as a Markup Language
    • What Does HTML Look Like?
    • Nesting Tags
    Module 2: HTML Structure
    • Global Structure
    • The <html>, <body>, <head>, and <title> Elements
    • Creating an HTML Document
    • Basic Content Structure
    • Headings
    • Paragraphs
    • Horizontal Rules
    • Divisions
    • Line Breaks
    Module 3: Links
    • Local Links and Navigation Bars
    • Remote Links
    • E-mail Links
    • Named Anchors (Bookmarks)
    Module 4: Formatting
    • Block-level Formatting
    • Inline Formatting
    • HTML Entities
    • Using Colors
    • Introduction to Cascading Style Sheets
    • Embedded Styles
    • Inline Styles
    Module 5: Graphics
    • Embedding Images in a Web Page
    • The <alt> Attribute and Accessibility
    • Graphic Formats (.gif, .jpg and .png)
    • Using Graphics as Links
    • Using Background Images
    Module 6: Lists
    • Creating Unordered (Bulleted) Lists
    • Creating Ordered (Numbered) Lists
    • Nesting Lists
    Module 7: Tables
    • Creating and Modifying Tables
    • Table Coding Guidelines
    • Working Around Browser Inconsistencies
    • Formatting Tables
    • Table Headers and Captions
    • Spanning Rows and Columns
    Module 8: The New HTML
    • The Advent of XHTML
    • Advanced Tables
    • Adding Images and Links
    • Adding Colour to Tables
    • Creating Nested Tables
    • Using Tables for Page Layout
    Module 9: Graphics and Image Maps
    • Sizing, Spacing and Aligning Images
    • Creating Image Maps
    Module 10: Creating Forms
    • Introduction to Forms
    • Applying Other Input Types
    • Setting Input Type Attributes
    • Creating a Text Area Field
    • Creating Select Lists

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