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HTML5 is the latest standard in web page coding. Whether you're a new or seasoned web designer, you need to know the latest in HTML architecture. HTML5 standards bring several new tags, including tags that enhance media and animations. Instead of clunky Flash applications, you use the canvas tag. Instead of embedding third-party software for users to view video or audio, you can use the video and audio tags. These are just a few of the new tags available to you.
We start with creating a simple HTML web page and end with a list of miscellaneous tags that are new in HTML 5. We also give you a list of several deprecated tags that are no longer in use. You can still use them in HTML 5 website design, but deprecated functionality often gets dropped eventually. If you're new to HTML 5 or just want to extend your web design knowledge, this comprehensive course provides you a step-by-step tutorial and several hours of HD Video demonstrations to bring you up to speed with the latest in web application architecture and standards.
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Lesson 1: Introduction to HTML5 and Web DesignThis lessonr gives you an introduction to HTML5 and the language in general, so you can get started with web design and programming.`
Lesson 2: How to Create a Simple Web PageThis lesson will present some basic HTML5 code and explain how it works.
Lesson 3: How to Format Your TextIn this lesson, we'll give you some more content tags for formatting and styling across your pages. We'll show you how to use heading tags, and we'll add some organization to your pages.
Lesson 4: Adding Web Links and ImagesIn this lesson, we cover hyperlinking and images within your pages.
Lesson 5: Creating TablesYou might also need to redesign a site that uses tables, so it's good to understand how they work.
Lesson 6: FormsForms have been a standard since older HTML versions, but there are a few new tags included with the updated HTML5 standards.
Lesson 7: Adding Styles and Classes to Your Web PagesBasic styles format text, set columns in your page's layout, and they set the base color set for your pages. This lesson reviews CSS styles and shows you how to add them to your HTML.
Lesson 8: Borders, Backgrounds, and Floating DivsIn this lesson, we'll discuss some more advanced CSS styles such as using borders around div tags, background colors and images for HTML elements, and floating divs (also called "floats") for text positioning.
Lesson 9: Building Web Page Layouts with CSSIn this lesson, we'll discuss complex CSS layout options such as positioning with relation and absolute property values and the z-index property.
Lesson 10: HTML5 – What Is It?This lesson gives you an overview of HTML5 and what it brings to the web and your website design. HTML5 is the new standard for static website code, so you need to know how it works to stay current with your designs.
Lesson 11: Adding Videos and Graphics with HTML5This lesson reviews both tags and gives you some fallback options in case you choose that video and audio tags aren't for you.
Lesson 12: HTML5 and CSS3 - Fonts and EffectsHTML determines what elements show in a browser, but CSS determines each element's style. CSS3 is the latest version of cascading stylesheet code, and the latest version comes with several different functions that make styling your layouts much easier.
Lesson 13: Introduction to Responsive Web Design with CSS3 and HTML5Responsive designs use CSS3 and HTML5 to cater to mobile device screen sizes. To dive into the ocean of web design topics, you must know responsive design whether you're designing your own website or someone else's.
Lesson 14: Drawing with the Canvas TagThe canvas tag is becoming a permanent replacement for third-party tools but remember that older browsers don't support HTML5. Therefore, any viewer with an older browser won't be able to view your canvas drawings.
Lesson 15: Summary of New Elements and How to Use ThemIt's still good to recognize less popular elements and know how to work with them in case you ever need to edit someone else's code. This lesson uncovers some of the extra elements that we haven't discovered yet.
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