Why learn this course?
Having mastered php language, it is highly essential to learn all techniques and methods that help you build in more versatile and interactive web applications. In order to keep pace with the advancements in the web technology it becomes indispensable that you enhance your skills to create more user friendly applications. With trending Internet marketing and high rise in more powerful websites IT companies preferred choice of hiring would be web developers equipped with advanced web development skills as compared to developers with simple php developing skills.
HTML Beginner Tutorial
A step-by-step guide to HTML basics. If you’re completely new to web design, start here.
Getting Started:–> What you need to do to get going and make your first HTML page.
Tags, Attributes, and Elements:–> The stuff that makes up HTML.
Page Titles:–> Titles. For Pages. A difficult concept, we know…
Paragraphs:–> Structuring your content with paragraphs.
Headings:–> The six levels of headings.
Lists:–> How to define ordered and unordered lists.
Links:–> How to makes links to other pages, and elsewhere.
Images:–> Adding something a bit more than text…
Tables:–> How to use tabular data.
Forms:–> Text boxes and other user-input thingamajigs.
Putting It All Together:–> Taking all of the above stuff and shoving it together. Sort of in a recap groove.
HTML Intermediate Tutorial
Some HTML bits-and-bobs that might be useful to beginners and advanced HTMLers alike.
Span and Div:–> The “meaningless” elements, used with CSS.
Text: Abbreviations, Quotations, and Code
Meta Tags:–> Bolting on extra information about your web page.
Tables: row span and col span:–> Expanding on the Tables page of the HTML Beginner Tutorial, looking at header-cells and merging cells.
Description Lists:–> The forgotten lists.
Text:–> Addresses, Definitions, Bi-directional, and Editorial
Sectioning:–> Greater semantic structures for documents.
HTML Advanced Tutorial
Pushing HTML to its full standards-compliant, semantic, accessible potential.
Text: Time, Mark, and “Presentational”:–> Yet more tags for ultra-specific textual elements.
Conditional Comments:–> Targeting inept and misbehaving elderly browsers.
Tables: Columns, Headers, and Footers
Accessible Links:–> Making hypertext more accessible to users with disabilities.
Accessible Forms:–> Making forms more accessible for users with disabilities.
HTML5 Forms Pt. 1: Input Types: More specific form fields.
HTML5 Forms Pt. 2: Attributes and Data Lists: Extending the semantics of input and textarea.
Embedded Content: Video, Audio, and Canvas
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Important Elements For a Website Design
Whatever kind of website you have – blog, eCommerce store, portfolio site, etc.; the success of the site highly depends on its design. There are certain […]