Build Your First Fully Working Website With HTML5 & CSS3

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Introducing the course, and myself - summary of what we're going to cover. Recommendations for the type of project you may want to work on.
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  • Introduction to the World Wide Web and HTML

    • 1.1 Course Overview

    • 1.2: How The Internet and World Wide Web Work

    • 1.3 Introduction to HTML

    • 1.4 Setting up Your Text Editor - Aptana

    • 1.5 Different Types of Text

    • 1.6 Images

    • 1.7 Links

    • 1.8 HTML Comments

    • 1.9 Getting Your Site Live on the World Wide Web

  • CSS - Adding the Visuals to Your Site

    • 2.1 Tables

    • 2.2 Introduction to CSS

    • 2.3 Including CSS (3 ways)

    • 2.4 Element Selector

    • 2.5 ID Selector

    • 2.6 Class Selector

    • 2.7 Descendant Selectors

    • 2.8 Psuedo Selectors

    • 2.9 Combining and Grouping Selectors

    • 2.10 Intro to CSS Declarations

    • 2.11 Formatting Text Pt.1 : Font Properties

    • 2.12 Formatting Text Pt 2: Line-height and More

    • 2.13 Color

    • 2.14 Comments

    • 2.15 Explaining the Cascade

  • CSS Box Model and More

    • 3.1 Box Model

    • 3.2 Borders

    • 3.3 Padding

    • 3.4 Margins

    • 3.5 Width and Height

    • 3.6 Background

  • CSS Positioning and Site Layout

    • 4.1 Floats and Clears

    • 4.2 Position

    • 4.3 Reset Stylesheets

    • 4.4 Building Facebook's Layout

    • 4.5 Planning Your Site

    • Photoshop Basics (Optional)

    • 4.6 Opacity, Rounded Corners, and Shadows

  • Forms, CSS 3, and Best Practices

    • 5.1 Forms

Class Project: Design and Build a Website

Assignment Details

152

Students

27

Projects

75%

4 Reviews

About This Class

This class if for anyone who wants to be empowered to design, create and host their own websites You'll learn ALL the abilities you need to be fully proficient in making your own websites (static, presentational websites). This is a foundational course from which you can then explore backend programming and m... Read More

Published on Fri, Mar 1st 2013

Tags: Technology