Microsoft Web Design HTML – Level 1
Please Note: This HTML course is offered, on-demand, only.
It is important, when designing a web site, that you have a grasp of the underlying HTML code. Even if you’re using a third-party web design software, you want to understand HTML. It is very simple to learn – all you need is a web browser and a text editor, like Word or NotePad.
This busy 1-day course teaches you how to design web pages strictly from code – so you do not have to rely on sometimes-expensive “front-end” web design programs. If you regularly need areas of your company’s website updated, you really should learn HTML. You’ll be able to perform many minor updates, without needing to pay a designer to do something you could do as easily as updating a Word document.
During the course of the day, students create 5 to 6 web pages – publishing their favourite(s) on the web. If you are even slightly serious about making web pages that people can access and use, a basic understanding of HTML is an absolute must. This doesn’t mean you need to learn the whole language thoroughly — just that you need to understand the structure of the language and have an idea of how it all fits together.
- Mandatory HTML components
- Lists (ordered and unordered)
- Horizontal rules (lines)
- Graphic images
- Page Links
- Mail-to links
- Uploading (FTP)
Hot Tip: It does not have to cost a penny to design a web page. Use the (free) Wordpad or Notepad programs (that comes with Windows) to design the web page. There are many good FTP programs that can be downloaded off the net – for uploading your website and it’s files.
$175 per person (+ HST)
9am – 4pm (approx)
After-course email and telephone support included
Contact us for on-site training prices
Maximum 10 Students.