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HTML 4.01
Web Authoring
2 Days


Description
Students will learn how to use good HTML coding practices to create Web pages that work, and will continue to
work in the ever-changing world of Web development. Many courses teach students how to create Web
documents that work in class, but don’t consider the direction that Web authoring is going. In HTML 4.01: Web
Authoring Level 1, students learn concepts and do tasks that foster the transition from HTML to the most recent
XML-based Web authoring language recommendation, XHTML 1.0, which will become the future standard. The
theory behind this is to learn HTML this way now, so that there will be a minimal learning curve when the time
comes to transition to XHTML. The students will also have the benefit of being introduced to the power and control
of Cascading Style Sheets, which is a complementary technology to HTML that is changing the face of Web
authoring

Prerequisites
   Windows 98 Intro
   Using Internet Explorer 5.0

Who Should Take This Course?
Students enrolling in this course should possess fundamental knowledge of personal computing and Internet
technology.

Objectives
   Understand what HTML is, how it is used, and                Efficiently format Web page content by using
    how it came to be.                                           both non-deprecated HTML tags and Cascading
   Use a text editor to set up both global and                  Style Sheets.
    content structures of an HTML document.                     Incorporate graphics into Web pages as
   Create links to locations within a site and out to           embedded images, links, and backgrounds.
    other sites on the Internet.                                Generate unordered, ordered, and nested lists in
                                                                 HTML documents.
                                                                Build and format tables for presenting data.

Outline

Part 1
Lesson 1: HTML 4.0                                          Lesson 2: HTML Structure
           The Basics                                                  Global Structure
           Web Browsers                                                The HTML, BODY, HEAD, TITLE
           What is HTML?                                               Elements
           HTML as a Markup Language                                   Creating an HTML Document
           What Does HTML Look Like?                                   Basic Content Structure
           Nesting Tags                                                Headings
                                                                       Paragraphs
                                                                       Horizontal Rules
                                                                       Divisions
                                                                       Line Breaks

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Lesson 3: Links                                                 Graphic Formats (GIF, JPEG, and PNG)
           Local Links and Navigation Bars                      Using Graphics as Links
           Remote Links                                         Using Background Images
           E-mail Links
           Named Anchors (Bookmarks)                Lesson 6: Lists
                                                               Creating Unordered (Bulleted) Lists
Lesson 4: Formatting                                           Creating Ordered (Numbered) Lists
           Block-level Formatting                              Nesting Lists
           Inline Formatting
           HTML Entities                            Lesson 7: Tables
           Using Colors                                        Creating and Modifying Tables
           Introduction to Cascading Style Sheets              Table Coding Guidelines
           Embedded Styles                                     Working Around Browser
           Inline Styles                                       Inconsistencies
                                                               Formatting Tables
Lesson 5: Graphics                                             Table Headers and Captions
           Embedding Images in a Web Page                      Spanning Rows and Columns
           The “alt” Attribute and Accessibility

Part 2
Lesson 1: The New HTML                              Lesson 5: Creating Forms, Part 2
Authoring with HTML 4.01                            Applying Other Input Types
The Advent of XHTML                                 Setting Input Type Attributes
                                                    Creating a Text Area Field
Lesson 2: Advanced Tables                           Creating Select Lists
Adding Images and Links
Adding Color to Tables                              Lesson 6: Applying the Meta Tag and JavaScript
Creating Nested Tables                              The <meta> Tag
Using Tables for Page Layout                        JavaScript in HTML Documents

Lesson 3: Graphics and Image Maps                   Lesson 7: Frames
Sizing, Spacing and Aligning Images                 Introduction to Frames
Creating Image Maps                                 Applying Frame Attributes
                                                    Using Nested Framesets
Lesson 4: Creating Forms
Introduction to Forms                               Lesson 8: Introduction to Cascading Style Sheets
                                                    Introduction to CSS
                                                    Working with Properties and Selectors
                                                    Linked (external) Style Sheets




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