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Designed for users who have little or no experience with Hyper Text Markup Language (HTML), & Cascading Style sheets(CSS), two of the languages used to create web pages on the internet. Topics included: What is an HTML document, creating a web page...

  • Course Start Date: 2019-06-19
  • Time: 09:00:00 - 16:00:00
  • Duration: 2 Days
  • Location: Edmonton
  • Delivery Methods(s): Instructor Led

Course Outline


Basic computer concepts/skills and knowledge of Windows


This course is designed for users who have little or no experience with Hyper Text Markup Language (HTML), and Cascading Style sheets(CSS), two of the languages used to create web pages on the internet.
This course will cover the following topics:
What is an HTML document, creating a web page - basic structure, headings, text and paragraphing lists. Linking URLs and to specific sections, adding images, adding tables, & troubleshooting. Students will learn
the different tags, and how to style them using CSS to customize every part of the website, quickly and proficiently.

Course Content
  • The internet, the web, and HTML
  • Open but not equal
  • The browser wars
  • The push for standards
  • CSS and browser support
  • What advantages does CSS have?
Web Page Building Blocks
  • A web page's text content
  • File names and file structure
  • Links, images, and other non-text content
  • Versions, flavors, and DOCTYPE
  • The display of HTML and CSS
  • Sizing of web page
  • Understanding the structure
  • Understanding the options of a web page
Working with Web Page Files
  • Targeting your design
  • Creating a new web page
  • Saving your web page
  • Specifying a default or “home” page
  • Editing web pages
  • Organizing files
  • Viewing your page in a browser
  • Finding the source code
Basic HTML & CSS Structure
  • Starting your HTML
  • Creating the link for CSS
  • Starting your CSS
  • Creating a title
  • Creating section headers
  • Starting a new paragraph
  • Breaking up a page into divisions(div's)
  • Adding comments in HTML and CSS
  • Creating line breaks
  • Creating your own naming conventions
  • Labeling elements in a HTML
  • Labeling elements in CSS
Basic HTML Formatting
  • Making text bold or italic
  • Changing the size of text
  • Explaining abbreviations
  • Centering elements on a page
  • About images for the web
  • Getting images
  • Choosing an image editor
  • The save for web command
  • Inserting images on a page
  • Aligning images
  • Specifying size for speedier viewing
  • Adding horizontal rules
  • Making images smaller
  • Making images float
  • Creating a link to another web page
  • Creating internal links
  • Creating email links
  • Targeting links to specific windows
  • Creating image links
  • Creating ordered and unordered lists
  • Choosing your markers (bullets)
  • Styling nested lists
  • Advantages and dis-advantages
  • Creating a simple table
  • Adding a border
  • Setting the width
  • Centering a table
  • Aligning a cell's contents
  • Changing the background
Testing and Debugging Web Pages
  • Some debugging techniques
  • Check the easy stuff first
  • Testing your page
  • When images dont appear
  • When backgrounds dont appear
  • Differences from browser to browser
CSS and Documents
  • CSS to the rescue
  • Bringing CSS and XHTML together
  • Elements
  • Basic rules
  • Grouping
  • Class and ID selectors
  • Attribute selectors
  • Using document structure
  • Pseudo-classes and Pseudo-elements
Values and Units
  • Numbers
  • Percentages
  • Color
  • Length Units
  • URLs
  • Font families, weights and size
  • Styles and variants
  • Using fonts correctly
Text Properties
  • Indentation and horizontal alignment
  • Vertical alignment
  • Text decoration
Basic Visual Formatting
  • Basic boxes
  • Inline -elements
  • Altering element display
Padding, Borders, and Margins
  • Basic element boxes
  • Margins
  • Borders
  • Padding
Colors and Backgrounds
  • Colors
  • Backgrounds
Floating and Positioning
  • Floating
  • Positioning
Lists and Generated Content
  • Lists
  • Generated content
User Interface Styles
  • System fonts and colors
  • Cursors
  • Outlines
  • Borders

Cancellation Policy

10 business days cancellation or full course fee will be charged

Training Location

TTC, B-11 Cameron Library
11320-89 Avenue, University of Alberta

Edmonton, Alberta

About Technology Training Centre


Technology Training Centre is THE place for computer software training in Alberta.
This is where you come to learn how to get more from the computer or the mobile device in front of you.
Register for courses on Microsoft Office and the Adobe Creative Suite along with customized one on one or group training.
Come to the heart of the University of Alberta campus to learn from our instructors. These highly skilled professionals will also travel across the province to deliver exceptional training for you and your company.
We have your MS Office needs covered, including training on upgrading to a newer version of the software. We offer courses in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, SharePoint, Publisher, SQL, Visio, Project, Outlook, OneNote, and InfoPath.
Our graphic designers will train you in Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, Dreamweaver, Acrobat, Lightroom, and Visual Design. If you need training for your digital camera, we’ll provide that as well.

You will also receive:
•    6 months of email support on courses.
•    The option to retake courses within 6 months at no additional charge.
•    Training from instructors that use each of the software packages they teach and have the ability to go beyond what is covered in the outline.

Training Provider Rating

This vendor has an overall average rating of 4.38 out of 5 based on 196 reviews.

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The course was excellent, the instructor Rachel was great.
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Was a very informative course.
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My payments were taken care of by last minute training with the University of Alberta. The teacher was good, the content was good.
I already completed a survey at the end of the course so not sure why I have to complete another survey on line? LOL
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The information learned in this course will assist me in my current role. Enjoyed the class.
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I would have preferred using the manual given to follow, so I could add my notes to each area as we worked through the course. Unf ... Read more

I would have preferred using the manual given to follow, so I could add my notes to each area as we worked through the course. Unfortunately all my notes are in the beginning of the book as we, only looked it once, when a student asked what page we were on.

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More useful contents can be fit in and taught in this class definitely.
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Worthwhile training that provided me with the skills needed to use Onenote.
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