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Introduction to HTML

(4.73 out of 5) 531 Student Reviews

About the Course

This hands-on 1-day course will teach participants how to build a website by hand coding in HTML. Participants will also learn how to manipulate and tweak HTML generated by WYSIWYG editors like Dreamweaver. Understanding HTML will also allow you to become more proficient at creating style sheets to format your web pages.

Who should do this course?

This course is designed for anyone that wants to learn HTML to build websites. Even with programs like Dreamweaver, understanding HTML code is of paramount importance for web developers.

Prerequisites

No prior knowledge of HTML is required, however it would be beneficial to have a general understanding of Windows operating system and a familiarity with websites.

Quick Facts

$ 495 incl GST

Duration: 1 Days

Max. Class Size: 10

Avg. Class Size: 5

Level: Beginner

Times: 9.00am - 5.00pm approx

Course Dates

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Level 11,
32 Walker Street,
North Sydney , NSW 2060

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Level 12
379 Collins Street,
Melbourne , VIC 3000

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Address

C/O Support Technology
Level 6, 371 Queen Street,
Brisbane , QLD 4000

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C/O Atlas Business Services
Level 1, 33 Ainslie Place,
Canberra , ACT 2601

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This course is currently upon demand in Adelaide

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C/O The International Visualisation Centre (IVC)
19 Young Street,
Adelaide , SA 5000

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This course is currently upon demand in Perth

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C/O Saxons Training Facilities
Level 1, 140 St Georges Terrace,
Perth , WA 6000

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Course Units

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Unit 1: HTML Basics

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  • The World Wide Web and the Internet
  • A Brief History of HTML
  • Basic XHTML Concepts
  • Creating a Simple HTML Document
  • Viewing an HTML Document
  • Editing an HTML Document
  • Adding a Doctype Declaration
  • Printing an HTML Document

Unit 2: Basic Text Formatting

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  • Creating Headings
  • Creating Simple Paragraphs
  • Applying Bold and Italics
  • Creating Horizontal Lines
  • Creating Comments

Unit 3: Links

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  • Understanding Types of Web Page Links
  • Creating a Link to a File
  • Creating a Link to a Web Site
  • Creating a Link tp an E-Mail Address
  • Creating a Link within a Document
  • Creating a Menu for a Web Page

Unit 4: Text Formatting Techniques

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  • Aligning Text
  • Using Align with Div
  • Creating Addresses
  • Using Special Characters
  • Creating Quotations

Unit 5: Text Lists

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  • Creating Unordered Lists
  • Creating an Ordered List
  • Mixing List Styles
  • Creating Definition Lists

Unit 6: Images

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  • Understanding Image Formats
  • Creating In-Line Images
  • Aligning Text and Images
  • Using Images as Icons for Navigation
  • Using Images as Buttons
  • Using Images as Links to Images

Unit 7: Tables

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  • Creating a Simple Table
  • Creating Multiple Rows and Columns
  • Aligning Text in Cells
  • Applying Cell Padding
  • Adding Titles to Tables

Unit 8: Forms

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  • Creating Text Input Fields
  • Creating Radio Buttons
  • Creating Checkboxes
  • Creating a Pull-Down List
  • Creating a Scrollable List
  • Creating a Comments Field
  • Creating Reset and Submit Buttons
  • Creating a Table for a Form
  • Creating a Link to a Form Page

Unit 9: Cascading Style Sheets

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  • Creating an In-Line Style
  • Working with Colour Codes in HTML
  • Creating an Embedded Style
  • Creating Classes
  • Creating Pseudo Classes
  • Creating IDs
  • Creating & Applying an External CSS
  • Applying CSS to Web Pages
  • Creating Margin Settings

Unit 10: Special Effects

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  • Understanding an Image Map
  • Using an Image Map
  • Creating Rollover Effects using Event Scripts
  • Adding a Clock Using JavaScript

Unit 11: Preparation & Publishing

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  • Providing Index Information Using META
  • Understanding Plug-Ins & Helper Applications
  • Checking your Web Site
  • Understanding Web Site Hosting
  • Markup Language Terminology

Unit 12: Frames

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  • Understanding how Frames Display Content
  • Working with Frames, Menus & Targets
  • Creating Framesets
  • Creating a No Frames Alternative

Packages

HTML and CSS Package

$ 1155 incl GST

(You save $330)

Duration

3 days

Web Design Package

$ 3300 incl GST

(You save $1485)

Duration

10 days

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Reviews

(4.50 out of 5) Ken L [ 18 April, 2017 ]
I came into the course knowing only how to spell HTML. Catherine's pace, tone and delivery made the content understandable. I'm quite happy that I will be able to apply the base knowledge in my work environment.
(5.00 out of 5) Krystal D [ 10 April, 2017 ]
Great course, it flowed very well with great pace, all exercises worked and your IT was very functional.

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(4.90 out of 5) Russell P [ 10 April, 2017 ]
Engagingly presented and very thorough. Learning pace ideal with a great dose of humour. Very interesting. Thank you,Russell
(5.00 out of 5) Leon [ 01 February, 2017 ]
Introductory course was good although I have experience in html. It provide the fundamental concepts of how it is used.

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