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HTML and HTML5 Training

The course was very helpful for my career. It opened up my eyes on how the web has evolved. I would recommend this course to my colleagues.
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1. Title

  • An Introduction to HTML5 for Application Developers (HTML5INT, 1 days)
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2. Course Pre-requisites

  • Previous HTML development experience. Strong knowledge of tag based languages

3. Target Audience

  • Application developers and web authors

4. Dates and Pricing

Nov 10 to Nov 10, 2017$650.00/person

5. Outline

Module 1: Welcome to HTML5

Topic 1: The Need for HTML5

Topic 2: Migrating From HTML4 or XHTML

Topic 3: HTML5 Page

Topic 4: Semantic Structure

Topic 5: The Complete HTML5 Page

Module 2: What’s Changed

Topic 1: Deprecated Tags

Topic 2: Unchanged Tags

Topic 3: Old Tags—New Meanings

Topic 4: HTML5 Links and Anchors

Module 3: What’s New

Topic 1: Global Attributes

Topic 2: Global Event Attributes

Topic 3: New Elements

Topic 4: The address Tag

Module 4: Rich HTML Forms

Topic 1: HTML5 Forms

Topic 2: The form Element

Topic 3: The New Input Types

Topic 4: New Form Tags

Module 5: CSS v3

Topic 1: CSS3

Topic 2: Borders

Topic 3: Gradient Fills

Topic 4: Shadow

Topic 5: Outline

Topic 6: Dealing with Different Browser Implementations

Topic 7: Web Fonts

Topic 8: CSS Transition

Topic 9: Media Queries

Topic 10: End of the Box Model war

Module 6: HTML5 Accessibility

Topic 1: Accessible Tables

Topic 2: Creating Associations between Data Cells, Table Headers and Rows

Topic 3: Accessible Forms

Module 7: Useful Tools

Topic 1: Using Modernizr

Topic 2: Using Shiv for IE

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