Course number: HTM40-101
Course length: 1 day
Overview: Students will learn HTML code.
Prerequisites: Windows 95 or greater, using the Internet, experience with Netscape or Microsoft browsers or equivalent knowledge.
Delivery method: Instructor-led, group-paced, classroom-delivery learning model with structured hands-on activities.
Benefits: Students will learn how to create Web pages using HTML code.
Target student: Students enrolling in this course should understand how to use Windows 95 or greater as well as a browser for the Internet.
What's next: HTML 4.0 Introduction is the first course in this series. HTML 4.0 Advanced, the next course in this series, teaches student how to create more advanced Web pages.
Lesson objectives help students become comfortable with the course, and also provide a means to evaluate learning. Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
* Recognize the components of an HTML file and create such a file.
* Format paragraphs and characters using HTML.
* Link to local files and Web pages from their Web pages.
* Add graphics and sound to their Web pages using HTML.
* Create different kinds of lists to their Web page using HTML.
* Create multi-column and multi-row tables using HTML.
* Set background colors and graphics for Web pages.
* Evaluate Web page design and consider design issues that affect web pages.
* Add links to non-Web Internet sites from their Web pages.
HTML 4.0 Introduction
Lesson 1: Overview of HTML
Introduction to HTML
Creating an HTML document
Lesson 2: Formatting text with HTML
Paragraph formatting with HTML
Character formatting with HTML
Comparing procedural and descriptive formatting
Lesson 3: Adding local and remote links
Adding local links
Adding remote links
Adding internal links with the named anchor tag
Lesson 4: Adding graphics and sound
Linking to and embedding graphics
Linking to multimedia files
Lesson 5: Creating lists in HTML
Creating nested lists
Lesson 6: Creating tables in HTML
Creating and modifying tables
Creating advanced table elements
Lesson 7: Setting body and background attributes
Setting backgrounds and text colors
Lesson 8: Web page design guidelines
Web page style considerations
Lesson 9: Adding links to other Internet services
Links to non-Web Internet services
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