EQ HTML – Intermediate

Prerequisite: Introduction to Macintosh or Windows or equivalent knowledge and familiarity with the internet

Duration: 45 hours

This course offers a comprehensive look at HTML, the markup language used to create web pages. It is assumed that the students have a basic knowledge of Web Development when entering the course. They will be introduced to elements that will result in building successful websites such as page structure, navigation and organizing data using tables as well as interaction with the users via the use of web forms. We will also look at the HTML Document Object Model (DOM) and understand how to navigate through it.

This course also offers a look at Cascading Style Sheets (including some CSS3 techniques). Design concepts such as two and three column page layouts, navigation strategy and site styling will be covered. Also, there will be a brief introduction to responsive web pages using bootstrap allowing you to build sites that look and perform appropriately on every platform (desktop, tablet, mobile). We will learn how to include JavaScript/jQuery libraries to your pages and where to find web resources for specific tasks. There will be also be an introduction on Process and Design which includes: how to approach building your site, understanding your audience and their needs, site maps and wireframes, and brief description of what is SEO. By the end of the course, students will have learned to develop focused, effective sites and will have published a small personal site to an external server.

Price: $48.00

Fall 2019

Evening Sessions

Sep 12 - Oct 31Thu

Thursday, Sep 12 - Thursday, Oct 31

DayTimeRoom Number
Thursday18:30 - 21:302F.24

Additional Information

Teacher: Kenneth Lorenc
Course Number: 922031
Registration Start Date: Monday, Jul 01, 2019
Maximum Class Size: 12
Total Hours: 24
Status: Cancelled
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Last Modified: September 16, 2019