972-377-0074 ext 3256
- IT CERTIFICATION
- DESKTOP & OFFICE
- WEB & GRAPHICS
- SECURITY & NETWORKING
- PROJECT MANAGEMENT
- TRAINING LIBRARIES
Introduction to HTML
Enroll in our classroom training taught by expert instructors and you'll never get behind or miss another class. You determine when you complete your studies. We worked with premier web and graphics trainers to assist us design and create the best certification and training program designed to prepare you for a career in web graphics and design.
This video-centered course will teach students how to use HTML to create and update websites. It covers the fundamentals of HTML, which includes a web summary, terms, formatting, tags, elements, etc. Once you're done with the course, you'll understand the basic features of HTML.
- 3 DVD-ROMs with live demonstrations, audio, classes taught be industry specialists, and video
- Printable study guides and course materials
LearningZone Live Mentor Click for Details ($695 Value)
Get help whenever needed! Exclusive LearningZone - Chat online with Certified Instructors 24 hours a day 7 days a week
- We teach practical solutions to common workplace problems
- 1 year upgrade policy free of charge
The organized and effective structure enables users to browse through hours of comprehensive content rapidly and with ease.
PowerPoint presentations improve instruction by displaying all types of information for users. They can better comprehend material by viewing graphs, definitions, charts, etc.
Exclusive Learning Zone
Train anywhere in the world at any time. Certified online instructors are situated at international support centers in the United States, United Kingdom, Australia, and Singapore to offer support and answer technology-related questions 24 hours a day. In other words, no matter where you live, you can communicate with specialists at any time. This level of interaction between instructors and students makes it possible for students to get answers to specific questions at their convenience.
Move ahead, review, or repeat previous topics and sections. A progress bar monitors progress as you complete exercises.
Full Motion Video
Every course offers full-motion videos of classroom instruction. It's as if you're sitting in a classroom. Our one of a kind delivery mimics a one-on-one classroom setting for more personalized educational experiences.
Users can print entire course study guides, permitting them to view and review course material at their convenience.
Every section contains a review quiz to assist and enhance learning by testing whether students comprehend course concepts before moving forward.
Every course resumes where you finished during the previous session in case you forget where you stopped.
Instructors provide live and "hands on" demonstrations to explain and show users how to complete tasks. This enables users to witness professionals perform everyday tasks in real world settings as often as they like.
Certificate of Completion
We are internationally recognized for our technology-centered IT training programs. Once you finish a program, you'll receive a Certificate of Completion.
Chapter 1 Review
What is HTML?
Demo - A Simple HTML Document
The Head Element
Information Inside the Head Element
Demo - Whitespace
HTML Tag Attributes
Examples of Attributes
Use Lowercase Attributes
Always Quote Attribute Values
More on Character Entities
The Most Common Character Entities
Some Other Commonly Used Character Entities
Chapter 2 Review
Paragraphs, Headings and Text
Basic HTML Tags
Don't Forget the Closing Tag
Demo - Paragraphs
Demo - Headings
Demo - Creating an HTML Page
Comments in HTML
Chapter 3 Review
How to View HTML Source
Simple Formatting Tags
Text Formatting Tags
The font Tag
Demo - Adding Formatting to the Page
Cross-browser Color Values
Backgrounds Bgcolor Attribute
Backgrounds Background Attribute
Demo - Applying Color and Aligning Text
Chapter 4 Review
Absolute Versus Relative Paths
The Target Attribute
Demo - Adding Links
The Anchor Tag and the Name Attribute
Demo - Anchor Links
Chapter 5 Review
The Image Tag and the Src Attribute
The Alt Attribute
Demo - Adding Images to the Page
Chapter 6 Review