Designing Websites using HTML5 & CSS3: Introduction
HTML5, promoted as the most important change to the World Wide Web since the development of Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), is now widely adopted by browser vendors and supported by numerous hardware devices – including Apple iPhone, iPad and Google Android. Because implementation is still relatively new, designers and developers are just cracking the surface as they begin using the mark-up language in existing or newly developed websites and for designing across multiple platforms. You’ll master HTML5 in a few hours – not days and discover what HTML5 features can be used on your site now and what techniques you can use to maintain browser compatibility.
A comprehensive walk through all aspects of HTML5’s new features.
The HTML5 course topics are:
- Background - Where did HTML5 come from?
- HTML5 overview
- WHATWG and W3C specifications
- HTML5 basics
- HTML5 transition
- Notable changes to HTML4 features
- HTML5 flexibility, universality, and consistency
- Validating HTML5
- New HTML5 semantics – page structure; articles and heading groups; figures, marks and dates.
- HTML5 native vector graphics
- HTML5 native audio and video
- New HTML5 user interface elements
- HTML5 APIs – Canvas, Off-line storage, Geo-location, Drag and Drop. Web Form Controls, Inline Editing. History, Messaging, Video and Audio Elements, Session Storage.
Further study and career options
Applicable job roles include web designer, UI web developer, webmaster, web developer, web application developers.
Bedford College offers a wide range of short or medium length web design, web programming and web development courses generally taught as evening classes. These courses include the Certified Internet Web Professional (CIW) Web Foundations Associate Certification program which can also be studied as flexible and supported, distance learning, and Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) course in Web Development Fundamentals and HTML5 Application Development.
This comprehensive, 5-week course is hands-on, instructor-led and classroom based. You will be provided with a supporting guide and code examples and will gain a solid introduction to HTML5 and learn how you can start using it today. Whether you are an HTML standards advocate using mobile devices, a Flash developer wanting to pick up additional skills, or simply taking your first steps in HTML5, by the end of this course you will have the most important information about HTML 5 to start using it now.