HTML5 and CSS3 Training

Enthusiasm and determination to make your mark on the world!

HTML is a markup language that forms a base for any website on the Internet.

HTML5 is the latest version of HTML, finalized in 2014.

HTML 1 was created by a CERN scientist Tim Berners-Lee. His initial goal was an Internet-based hypertext system that allows sharing and using documents in different computers. Introduced in 1991, HTML 1 only had 18 tags, most of them based on the Standard Generalized Markup Language (SGML). HTML 2 was presented in 1995 and had a few more features.

The draft of HTML 3 was abandoned due to slow implementation of the newly created tags. Therefore, the World Wide Web Consortium set out to standardize HTML. In 1997, HTML 3.2 was released which became a standard at the time.

HTML 4 was a large step, as it separated styling from coding, leaving the former to CSS. A revised version called HTML 4.01 came out in 1999, correcting minor mistakes found in HTML 4.0 and introducing a few handy features.

HTML 5 is the HTML as we know it today.

To create polished and well-functioning websites, you will need CSS and JavaScript. However, to make them work as intended, you need to first understand what is HTML. Just like a house has a foundation, a web page has its base in HTML.

HTML5 Benefits

Addressing The Flash Problem

Richer Websites

Better Semantic Markup

HTML5 is highly flexible and supported on all browsers

User friendly and an open technology.

Better performance

Cascading Style Sheets, referred to as CSS, is a simple design language intended to simplify the process of making web pages presentable. It allows you to create great-looking web pages.

Who this course is for:
Anyone who wishes to make a career as Web Developer / Designer
Full Stack Web Developers and Engineers
Front End Engineers
Web Developers – JavaScript, jQuery, HTML5, CSS
UX/UI Developers & Designers
Solution Architects – JavaScript, HTML5, CSS3
HTML5 JavaScript / TypeScript Game Developers
Mobile App Designers & Developers
Software Developers (C#, ASP dotNET, MVC, HTML, CSS, Javascript)



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