Advanced CSS3 and HTML5

Advanced CSS3 and HTML5

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Instructor-Led Course
Hours: 24
Duration of Access: 6 weeks
Start Dates: Aug 12, Sep 16, Oct 14, Nov 11
668 Students
have taken this course.

About This Course

You've heard the buzz about CSS3 and HTML5? These latest versions of HTML and CSS have redefined how Web pages are created. So if you're going to design Web pages, you need to know how to work with CSS3 and HTML5.

 

This course will teach you how to take advantage of HTML5 "semantic" tags that make page design far more intuitive, faster, and easier compared to older versions of HTML. And you'll learn to use HTML5 to create basic mobile pages and apps.

 

In this class, you'll learn to use HTML5 to provide video that works in any environment. HTML5 makes it possible to build inviting forms that test user data without back-end coding. It also allows designers to include friendly tools like calendars, calculators, and color palettes to encourage accurate user input. You'll leave this course with the skills to create all those elements.

 

And you'll learn to wield new CSS3 features essential for fast-loading, exciting, interactive websites, especially mobile sites. You'll create complex gradient blend backgrounds for pages and page elements, without using image files. And you'll learn to use jQuery Mobile to create app-like mobile Web pages and themes— complex sets of styles for mobile sites.

In short, you'll leave this course with valuable skills essential to creating modern websites.

 

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About The Instructor

David Karlins

David Karlins is the author of more than a dozen books on Web design that have sold over a million copies worldwide, including HTML5 for CSS3 for Dummies. His articles have appeared in publications ranging from Macworld to Business Week. He has taught Web, graphic, and interactive design at San Francisco State University's Multimedia Studies Program and the University of California, Berkeley, Extension division. His Web design and consulting clients have ranged from Hewlett Packard to the Himalayan Fair.

Review

I am really glad I took the course because it was what I needed to motivate me to redo the website I "inherited" (even though I still have a lot of work to do on it). The course has made me feel that even though I am an amateur at this, I can have a website that is both functional with all the modern technology and still pleasing to the viewer.

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