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In the streaming video HTML and CSS for Beginners from Class on Demand, instructor Mark Lassoff will give you the background, information, and skills to start writing correct HTML code. This 4-hour class will teach not only you HTML 4.01 and XHTML, but also HTML5. In this online classroom environment you will be able to view your instructor's desktop as they start at the very beginning of HTML and proceed to provide you with a solid foundation in the language. During the online HTML class, you will be able to ask questions and discuss the material with the instructor and other students in the class using the innovative chat feature or call-in via internet audio or telephone.
Note: After purchasing, you will receive a code which allows you access and stream the video lessons directly on Class on Demand's website.
Lessons (Run Time)
Chapter One: Welcome to HTML
1.1 Web Development Technologies (5:21)
1.2 Hello World with HTML (6:28)
1.3 Basic Document Structure HTML4.01/XHTML (8:32)
1.4 Basic Document Structure HTML5 (1:51)
1.5 Using Comments in HTML (5:01)
1.6 HTML Head Elements (4:15)
Chapter Two: Text Markup
2.1 Text Markup (10:05)
2.2 Div and Span Tags (5:18)
2.3 HTML5 Text Markup Tags (8:28)
2.4 Selecting Text Color, Fonts and Font Sizes (20:18)
2.5 Text Alignment, Decoration, Indentation and Text Transformation (5:40)
Chapter Three: Working with Lists
3.1 Ordered Lists (3:18)
3.2 Unordered Lists (2:46)
3.3 CSS for Lists (4:47)
Chapter Four: Creating HTML Links
4.1 Creating Internal and External Links (11:06)
4.2 Creating Anchors (7:40)
4.3 Styling Links with CSS Pseudo-Classes (3:06)
Chapter Five: Working with Images and Media
5.1 Displaying Images/Image Links/Image Styling with CSS (8:20)
5.2 HTML5 Audio Embeds (5:05)
5.3 HTML5 Video Embeds (3:29)
Chapter Six: HTML Tables
6.1 Creating Tables with HTML (6:38)
6.2 Styling Tables with CSS (12:25)
Chapter Seven: HTML Forms
7.1 Creating Text Form Elements (8:40)
7.2 Creating Radio Button and Checkbox Elements (9:00)
7.3 New HTML5 Form Elements (9:41)
7.4 Creating Multi-Select Elements (6:11)
Chapter Eight: Understanding the CSS Box Model
8.1 Understanding the Content Box Model (2:21)
8.2 Working with Margin, Padding and Borders (11:42)
Chapter Nine: CSS Based Page Layout
9.1 Inline vs Block Level Elements & Positioning Divs (9:21)
9.2 Float and Clear (13:20)
9.3 Creating a CSS Navigation Bar (9:54)
About the Presenter
Mark Lassoff majored in communication and computer science with computers and programming as strong interests. Upon completing his college career, Mark worked in the software and web development departments at several large corporations. In 2001, on a whim, while his contemporaries were conquering the dot-com world, Mark accepted a position training programmers in a technical training center in Austin, Texas. It was there he fell in love with teaching programming.
Previously, Mark was a top technical trainer, traveling the world, providing training for software and web developers. Mark's training clients include the Department of Defense, Lockheed Martin, Discover Card Services, and Kaiser Permanente. In addition to traditional classroom training, Mark has authored and hosted video courses for several publishers, including his own company LearnToProgram.tv, Inc. Mark has authored over 15 online courses and works with students from all 50 states and over 47 countries.
Teaching programming has been Mark's passion for the last 10 years. That passion led Mark to found LearnToProgram, Inc., a publisher of books and video courses designed to teach web, mobile, and game development. Mark still actively authors and teaches courses for his company.
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