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At the end of this course, the student will:
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<li> understand the building blocks of the world wide web </li>
<li> be able to create webpages using HTML </li>
<li> identify and appreciate the difference between HTML5 and previous standards of the language </li>
<li> understand all the HTML5 tags and how to use them to create webpages </li>
<li> and lots more...</li>
Anybody who wants to learn how to build websites can take this course. There is previous experience needed with programming. However, basic knowledge of the computer is needed to be able to create files, save, access folders, and perform basic operations that are fundamental to using the computer
  • Programming for the World Wide Web

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Instructor ashpotlearn
Course Fee N 25,000.00
If you want to be a web developer, then your journey begins with learning and mastering the Hypertext Markup language (HTML). Websites are built with a variety of languages, frameworks, and technologies; but the underlying language that powers every webpage (also called a hypertext document) is the HTML. HyperText Markup Language is the computer language that facilitates website creation. The language, which has code words and syntax just like any other language, is relatively easy to comprehend and, as time goes on, increasingly powerful in what it allows someone to create. HTML continues to evolve to meet the demands and requirements of the Internet under the guise of the World Wide Web Consortium, the organization that designs and maintains the language; for instance, with the transition to Web 2.0. HTML5 is the latest version and standard of the HTML that is designed to support multimedia on mobile devices. New syntactic features were introduced to support this, such as video, audio, and canvas tags. HTML5 also introduces new features which can really change the way users interact with documents including. They include: <ul> <li>New parsing rules for enhanced flexibility</li> <li>New attributes</li> <li>Elimination of outmoded or redundant attributes</li> <li>Drag and drop capabilities from one HTML5 document to another</li> <li>Offline editing</li> <li>Messaging enhancements</li> <li>Detailed rules for parsing</li> <li>MIME and protocol handler registration</li> <li>A common standard for storing data in SQL databases (Web SQL)</li> </ul> This course is designed to take you through the learning process of understanding the latest version of the Hypertext Markup language Language (HTML5). You will learn by putting some of the concepts you will be taught into practice by working on tasks and taking quizzes.