Class information starting off on the first day -- July 20, 2019:

HTML 5 is the Language that forms the content and structure for a rendered HTML file ( *.html ). WE all ( John, Pooja, Brandon, David, Tanya, Florence,Markus,Alex, James, and Nikhaz ) meet on Saturday afternoons to learn about HTML 5 in several ways: (1) actual coding, (2) understanding terms and concepts, (3) wide network understanding how HTML pages are structured and delivered to the client. And other stuff.... Participation on this forum constitutes class attendance. Join the conversation for the times between weekends when we meet. Thanks everyone.
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Class information starting off on the first day -- July 20, 2019:

Post by james » Sat Jul 20, 2019 8:10 am

Course Title: HyperText Markup Language -- 77255

Date/Time/Sessions: 7/20-8/24 | Saturday | 1-4 pm | Room CYC 202

Course Description:
Learn how to create your own web site using HTML. Learn the basic HTML syntax, create hypertext links, and add images. Learn how to use HTML structures such as Tables, Frames and Forms. This is a hands-on course; the student will construct several web sites during the course.

Course Objectives:
Present HTML as the foundation to web development. Students will gain the basic understanding of page layout, formatting concepts, site navigation, and internet standards. Upon completion, students will be well prepared to enroll with confidence in more advanced web development courses.

Textbook(s):
Murach's HTML5 and CSS3 (4th Edition)
by Zak Ruvalcaba and Anne Boehm; 978-1-1943872268

Next Class Possibilities:
Cascading Style Sheets, JavaScript

Lesson Plan – by week or session
Session 1: Editing and Viewing HTML Files
Setting Up the Document Structure
Session 2: Formatting Text by Using Tags
Using Lists and Backgrounds
Creating Hyperlinks and Anchors
Session 3: Introduction to Style Sheets
Formatting Text by Using Style Sheets
Session 4: Formatting Paragraphs by Using Style Sheets
Displaying Graphics
Session 5: Creating Navigation Aids
Creating Division-Based Layouts
Session 6: Creating Tables
Formatting Tables
Session 7: Creating User Forms
Incorporating Sound and Video
Session 8: Including JavaScript and External Content
HTML



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