Intermediate CSS3 and HTML5

Intermediate CSS3 and HTML5

University of Maryland, Baltimore County

$120.00 Enroll Now!

Instructor-Led Course
Hours: 24
Duration of Access: 6 weeks
Start Dates: Apr 16, May 21, Jun 18, Jul 16
5,055 Students
have taken this course.

About This Course

Today's websites require streamlined code that adapts to a variety of devices, screen resolutions, Web browsers, and user needs. CSS3 and HTML5 are the keys to creating that, and they're the foundation upon which all modern websites built (not to mention many mobile apps, games, and even desktop apps). This means today's software developers need a deep understanding of CSS3 and HTML5.

In this course, you'll take your CSS and HTML skills to the next level and learn how to create professional-quality websites. You'll find out the methods the pros use to quickly build effective sites that are easy to maintain and modify. You'll discover the secrets to ensuring you keep total creative control over every aspect of a site. You'll master specific techniques for using background images and controlling opacity, visibility, and scrollbars. You'll create picture thumbnail galleries, cool hover (mouseover) effects, drop-down menus and flyout menus, and animation effects that work on hover as well as touchscreens like the iPhone and iPad. You'll also discover wonderful easy-to-code methods for creating responsive layouts that scale well to all screen sizes and devices.

About The Instructor

Alan Simpson

With over 100 published books to his name, award-winning author Alan Simpson is widely regarded as a computer and Internet guru. His books have been published throughout the world in over a dozen languages. Alan is a seasoned veteran of the computer industry, and his books and online courses cover virtually all aspects of the computer industry, including Web development, operating systems, word processing, spreadsheets, databases, programming, networking, and security.


Alan is about the best teacher I've ever had. He's an expert in CSS and XHTML, so he can speak from experience about the best way to do things. He also writes clearly, at a level of difficulty that we students can understand. He's very patient when we ask a question or make a mistake. And he really "goes the extra mile" for his students. If you ask a question, he responds very fast, with an answer to your question and a complete code example where appropriate. Also, he'll look at CSS and XHTML that you've written outside of class, and tell you what you did right, and where you might improve. I recommend Alan highly as a teacher.

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