Intro to HTML

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  • Learn how to use HTML and CSS to make webpages. HTML is the markup language that you surround content with, to tell browsers about headings, lists, tables, etc. CSS is the stylesheet language that you style the page with, to tell browsers to change the color, font, layout, and more.

Intro to HTML

Learn how to use HTML and CSS to make webpages. HTML is the markup language that you surround content with, to tell browsers about headings, lists, tables, etc. CSS is the stylesheet language that you style the page with, to tell browsers to change the color, font, layout, and more.

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HTML markup is the heart of any web application and this course will teach you the fundamentals of HTML regardless of the tool you use to author it. You will learn how to properly define your HTML markup and follow the standards, how to create lists, tables, and images, and all about text elements. Along the way you will also be show what NOT to do in your HTML.

  • Why is HTML important?
  • Exploring an HTML document
  • Formatting content
  • Displaying images
  • Using nav, article, and div elements
  • Linking to pages and downloadable content
  • 1.2 Why HTML?
  • 1.3 Basic Syntax
  • 1.4 Resources
  • 2.1 Exploring the HTML DOM
  • 2.2 DOCTYPE Declarations
  • 3.2 Headings
  • 3.3 Formatting paragraphs
  • 3.4 Line Breaks
  • 3.5 Emphasizing HTML Text
  • 3.6 Displaying special characters
  • 3.7 Displaying images
  • 4.2 The Nav Element
  • 4.3 Article Element
  • 4.4 The Section Element
  • 4.5 The Aside Element
  • 4.6 Div Element
  • 4.7 Other semantic elements
  • 4.8 Using WAI-ARIA roles
  • 5.2 Linking to pages within your site
  • 5.3 Linking to external pages
  • 5.4 Linking to downloadable resources
  • 6.2 Unordered and ordered lists
  • 6.3 Definition lists
  • 7.2 Creating inline styles
  • 7.3 The style element
  • 7.4 Controlling typography
  • 7.5 Adding color
  • 7.6 Externalizing styles
  • 8.2 The Script Element
  • 8.3 Writing a function
  • 8.4 Using the DOM
  • 8.5 Listening and respondings for an event
  • 8.6 Externalizing JavaScript
  • Windows 10 Basic (Basic)