Become an HTML Developer

EDUCBA presents Become an HTML Developer

Become an HTML Developer

Course Description

HTML 5 and CSS3 have completely changed web development. Before them, there were several alterations to the way that web designers created web pages, but these two are the current standard. If you want to learn web development, you have to learn HTML 5 from scratch and that is what this program offers. This comprehensive HTML 5 training program delivers exactly that, starting from the basics and ultimately giving you a basic working knowledge to start your journey into web development. For a newbie, reading HTML 5 or CSS 3 code could make it seem as complicated as rocket science, when it is actually very simple to grasp. This program takes you through the motions in a relaxed way that helps you learn the core concepts and gain enough coding knowledge to build a standard web page while understanding how it all comes together. ... Read More »

HTML 5 and CSS3 have completely changed web development. Before them, there were several alterations to the way that web designers created web pages, but these two are the current standard. If you want to learn web development, you have to learn HTML 5 from scratch and that is what this program offers.

This comprehensive HTML 5 training program delivers exactly that, starting from the basics and ultimately giving you a basic working knowledge to start your journey into web development.

For a newbie, reading HTML 5 or CSS 3 code could make it seem as complicated as rocket science, when it is actually very simple to grasp. This program takes you through the motions in a relaxed way that helps you learn the core concepts and gain enough coding knowledge to build a standard web page while understanding how it all comes together.

Combine this program with all the free HTML 5 templates and other smaller learning resources available in this website and all across the internet, you have the perfect platform to begin your journey into web development in the best way possible.

Why learn HTML5?

This here is the million-dollar question. There are lots of ways to enter the web development field, so why choose HTML 5 as your introduction? The most obvious reason is that it is now the standard for web designer. Wherever you go and whatever you do, you should ideally know HTML 5 as long as you are in this industry.

Learning HTML 5 means that you will be able to work more closely with global web development standards, like other designers. You will also be able to find a lot more support for your work, and the applications and websites you build will be supported by the latest web browsers.

But why did HTML 5 become the industry standard in the first place? Well, because of the benefits that it offered. And to understand those benefits, we need to compare it to the preceding markup language, HTML 4.

HTML 5 brought a lot of the new additions and important changes to the HTML language that not only made it beneficial, but even crucial to switch over to the new language. At surface level, however, you will find it difficult to compare the two versions.

On viewing the HTML 5 draft, you will see that the error handling procedures have been corrected and featured elements have been added. From a browser developer’s perspective, HTML 5 comes with new specifications to render default web pages that they can all enjoy.

HTML 5 also marks a significant point in the evolution of the internet and browsers. With its new specifications, the web today is viewed most often as a platform for HTML 5, JavaScript and CSS to be built on. The system also elegantly forms harmony among web developers and designers, setting a series of common standards for major browsers.

In addition, HTML 5 comes with several new elements for representing new digital media. These include the

Before you begin this program by EDUCBA, it’s important to understand that HTML 5 is not one large single thing. It is, in fact, a collection of many things, or features. According to some people, HMTL 5 does not support older browsers, but this statement in itself is misleading. There is no such thing as detecting ‘HTML 5 support’ as a whole. You can, however, detect support for HTML 5 features such as geo-location, video or canvas.

So what are the things that HTML consists of? Well, the first things that most people would think when you say HTML are angle brackets and tags. These are both, of program, important parts of the HTML language in general, but not the only important parts. HTML 5 is a specification that defines the Document Object Model (DOM), which determines how the brackets work with JavaScript.

About the DOM

The DOM is essential to HTML 5, and you have to know this before you learn more about HTML 5. In HTML 5, you do not just define a video tag, but also a DOM API corresponding to video objects in the model. This API can be used to detect support for various video formats, mute audio, pause or play a video, track how much video has been downloaded. It offers everything needed for a rich user experience across the video tag.

The predecessor to HTML 5 was definitely the most successful markup, and HTML 5 builds on that. Which means that you do not have to get rid of the older markup. You also do not have to relearn the things that you know already. And if you have a web application that worked in HMTL 4, it would also work in HTML 5. What HTML 5 does is improve your applications.

For instance, HTML 5 supports all of HTML 4’s form controls and adds some input controls too. Some of these additions are long overdue, like date pickers and sliders. Other additions are a little more subtle, like an email input type that looks similar to a text box, but mobile browsers customize the onscreen keyboard for making it easier to enter an email address.

Meanwhile, older browsers not supporting the email input type will process it as a normal text field and the form still works without adding any scripting hacks or markup changes. You can make improvements to your web forms right now, even if some of your visitors remain stuck with older browsers.

HTML 5 is easy to ‘upgrade’ to. All you have to do is change your doctype, which is right on the first line of your HTML page. In previous versions of HTML, you had a lot of different doctypes to choose from and your selection was based on what kind of page you were making.

If, for some reason, you are still wondering if you should take the leap and learn HTML 5, remember that most developers and industry players have already taken that leap. HTML 5 is already pretty well-supported whether you want to build offline-working web applications, design better forms, add video to your website or draw on a canvas.

Mobile browsers as well as major ones like Safari, Chrome, Firefox and Opera already support HTML 5 features like local storage, geo-location, video and canvas. Google also even supports micro-data annotations. Even Microsoft, whose Internet Explorer is known to always be at the tail end of standards support, already supports most HTML 5 features in its current Internet Explorer 9 browser.

Even W3C, the organization established to steward and direct the development of web standards, decided that HTML 5 is the way forward for the internet. At the end of 2009, it expired its XHTML 2 Working Group charter, instead focusing its resources on the HTML Working Group to accelerate HTML 5’s progress.

The following courses are included in this bundle:

  • HTML 5
  • HTML and HTML5
  • DHTML Training
  • Rgraph on HTML Canvas
  • JS HTML DOM Tutorials
  • CSS Training Courses | CSS Tutorials for Web Development
  • Build Responsive Website Using HTML5, CSS3, JS And Bootstrap
  • Making a Travel Website using HTML and CSS
  • Creating a Web App Using HTML, CSS and Javascript
  • W3.CSS for Web Development – Beginners
  • W3.CSS for Web Development – Advanced
  • CSS with LESS and SASS
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Course Details:

Target Audience

  • Students
  • Professionals
  • Web developers
  • Web designers

Access Timeframe

Lifetime

Prerequisites

  • HTML
  • Web browser
Certificate Info:

Type of Certification

Certificate of Completion

Format of Certification

Digital

Professional Association/Affiliation

Certificates are recognized by EDUCBA

Method of Obtaining Certification

Upon successful completion of a course, the learner can download their certificate from their Learner Dashboard.

Course Outline

HTML 5 and CSS3 have completely changed web development. Before them, there were several alterations to the way that web designers created web pages, but these two are the current standard. This comprehensive HTML 5 training course delivers exactly that, starting from the basics and ultimately giving you a basic working knowledge to start your journey into web development.
HTML stands for HyperText Markup Language. This is the most basic building block of a webpage. It is used for creating and representing the webpage visually. HTML determines the content of the webpage. It does not support functionality. HTML is adding a mark up to standard text. HyperText stands for the links that associate web pages with each other, making World Wide Web what it is. HTML supports media such as visual images and static as well as dynamic websites can be viewed through it.
DHTML stands for Dynamic Hypertext Markup Language. This is a broad term for a collection of technologies used collectively to create interactive and animated websites. DHTML builds upon the existing HTML standards to multiply the possibilities of the Web page design, presentation, & interaction.
Through this training, we are going to learn about Rgraph which is learning how to create interactive JavaScript charts for your website. We are going to look at introduction to infographics, HTML canvas, SVG, benefits of rgraph, rgraph-download and modifying, rgraph-animation, SVG and many more concepts.
The Document Object Model is a model of your HTML document represent within JavaScript as objects. Through this training, you shall learn how to interact with the DOM and will also help you to get started with more interaction on your web pages.
CSS uses clean, simple HTML and operates through a set of rules that style objects on a page. The Cascading Style Sheet or CSS is a stylesheet language with a difference. CSS contains style rules applicable to elements within a Web page.
Through this training we shall learn how to create a running website including the UI, Front and back end. This tutorial is meant for professionals who would like to learn the basics of website building. It will help you learn how to create faster, beautiful, and responsive websites with a case study on creating one on Car Retailer Website from scratch.
Through this training we shall learn how to create a running website including the UI, Front and back end. This tutorial is meant for professionals who would like to learn the basics of website building and how to use various technologies to create faster, beautiful, and responsive websites.
Through this training we shall learn how to create a running website including the UI, Front and back end. This tutorial is meant for professionals who would like to learn the basics of website building. It will help you learn how to create faster, beautiful, and responsive websites with a case study from scratch.
This tutorial is meant for professionals who would like to learn the basics of W3.CSS and how to use it to create faster, beautiful, and responsive websites. This tutorial explains all the fundamental concepts of W3.CSS.
This tutorial is meant for professionals who would like to learn the advanced elements of W3.CSS and how to use it to create faster, beautiful, and responsive websites. This tutorial explains all the core concepts of W3.CSS.
LESS and SASS is very easy to find out if you are aware of CSS, We are highlighting in this course, If you’re a beginner to LESS and SASS then this is the perfect course for you.

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