What does this course do?
- To get you started right, the eight chapters in section 1 present a complete subset of HTML and CSS that shows you how to develop web pages at a professional level. In chapter 3, for example, you will learn how to use the HTML5 semantic elements. Then, chapters 4 through 6 show you how to use CSS and CSS3 to format the HTML, including the CSS3 properties for text and border shadows, background gradients, and text columns.
- The last chapter in section 1 shows you how to build web pages with Responsive Web Design. That means that your pages will look good and work correctly on every type of screen from phone to tablet to the desktop computer. This is an essential skill for a modern website, and that’s why it’s presented in section 1.
- When you finish the first 8 chapters, you will have the perspective and skills you need for developing professional web pages. then, you can add to those skills by reading any of the chapters in the next 3 sections.. and you don’t have to read those sections or chapters in sequence. In other words, you can skip to any of the last three sections after you finish section 1.
- The chapters in section 2 let you learn new skills whenever you need them… like having a mentor right at your side, showing you how to do whatever you need to know next. If, for example, you want to learn to do whatever you need to know next. If for example, you want to learn how to use the HTML5 data validation features for forms, you can skip to chapter 11. If you want to learn how to use the HTML5 audio and video tags, you can skip to chapter 12. And if you want to learn how to use CSS3 transitions, transforms, animation, and filters, you can skip to chapter 14.
- Finally, section 4 presents two related subjects that you can skip to whenever you’re ready for them. In Chapter 18, you can learn the basic principles for designing a website. In chapter 19, you can learn how to deploy a website and get it into the search engines.
What is Sessions and Chapters in above Lines:
For better understanding, you have to watch this introduction tutorial completely
What Software you need to Learn this course:
To develop web pages with HTML and CSS, you can use any text editor that you like. However, a text editor that includes syntax coloring and auto completion will help you develop applications more quickly and with fewer errors. That’s why I recommend DreamWeaver and specially Aptana Studio 3 that worked best for Windows and Mac OS users. Although Aptana is free, it provides many powerful features.
Then, to test a web page, you need multiple web browsers. Because the older versions of Internet Explorer deviated the most from the standards, you should always test your pages in IE. But we also recommend that you test your pages in browsers like Mozilla Firefox and Google’s Chrome.