Mastering the Web Experience Toolkit (WET) and HTML 5: Ensuring Accessibility
(HTML5WET, Live Instructor-Led Training, 4 days)


Description

This SETC certified course introduces participants to power and flexibility of the HTML5 variant of the Government of Canada Web Experience Toolkit (WET). Beginning with the basics of HTML5, the course focuses on the proper use of WET to design and create web pages that are modern, usable and accessible. This comprehensive learning experience covers everything that web professionals need to know from the basics of HTML 5 to advanced accessibility and coding techniques. The course concludes with a brief discussion on the use of dynamic server-side pages in the development of enterprise web applications. If you need to develop accessible web pages using the Web Experience Toolkit (WET), this SETC certified course is the course for you. Note that this course can also be delivered using the XHTML variant of WET.

Dates and Pricing


Dec 5 to Dec 8, 2017$2,500/person Jan 9 to Jan 12, 2018$2,500/person Jan 23 to Jan 26, 2018$2,500/person Feb 20 to Feb 23, 2018$2,500/person Mar 20 to Mar 23, 2018$2,500/person

Outline

Welcome to HTML5
The Need for HTML5
Migrating From HTML4 or XHTML
The HTML5 Page
Semantic Structure
The Browser Independence Challenge
About Internet Explorer Versions and Capabilities
What’s Changed in HTML 5
Deprecated Tags
Unchanged Tags
Old Tags—New Meanings
HTML5 Links and Anchors
What’s New in HTML 5
Global Attributes
Global Event Attributes
New Elements
The address Tag
Rich HTML Forms
Exploring CSS v3
CSS3
Borders
Gradient Fills
Shadow
Outline
Dealing with Different Browser Implementations
Web Fonts
CSS Transition
Media Queries
End of the Box Model War
Introducing the Web Experience Toolkit
The Core Framework
Exploring Framework Variants
A Closer Look and the Java Variant
Exploring WET Themes
Display Enhancement Features
Form Interface Features
Information Sharing Features
Navigation Enhancement Features
Personalisation Features
Utility Features
Web Management Features
Digging Deeper into WET by Example
Using the Java Variant
WET Themes
Display Enhancement Features
Form Interface Features
Information Sharing Features
Navigation Enhancement Features
Personalisation Features
Utility Features
Web Management Features
A Complete Example
Creating Accessible Content
The Basics of WCAG
The Perspective of a User with a Disability
About Creating Accessible Pages: Page Elements and Metadata
About Accessible Links, Images and Text
Creating Accessible Tables
Displaying Graphs in an Accessible Way
Making Multimedia Content Accessible
A Few Accessibility Dos and Don’ts
An Accessibility Checklist
A Complete Example
The Challenge of Dynamic Java Pages
A Tour of Java Technologies
Producing Accessible and Compliant JSP Responses
Producing Accessible and Compliant Struts Responses
Other Considerations