This course introduces the elements of HTML (hypertext markup language) used in webpage production, with an emphasis on the fundamentals of web page mechanics and design. Students will learn how HTML tags control page layout, fonts, links, lists, tables; they will create simple forms to collect information, and use cascading style sheets to change the look and feel of their website. We will also discuss site design and readability, and explore internet resources to continue development of basic skills. (Course uses HTML5 conventions).
Course Website: HTML Basics
Instructor: Christe McMenomy
Starts: June 17, 2020
Ends: August 12, 2020
Wednesday 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM ET
No previous programming experience or webpage design experience is required.
Students should be comfortable with using a simple text editor that produces ASCII text (not formated text such as Word or Pages). Since this is a course in fundamentals, no WYSIWYG website editors will be used to generate content.
Class will not meet July 1.
Textbooks and MaterialsThere are no textbook or materials currently required for this course. Check instructor's notes above for additional information, or contact the instructor.
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Classes start August 31, 2020. Enroll by August 20 to attend orientation and avoid late enrollment fees.