Java / CSS / HTML Training Pack Bundle

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Description

The JavaScript Essentials online training course is designed to teach students the fundamentals of JavaScript programming. This course is critical for someone trying to get into web development and wanting to learn more about JavaScript fundamentals.

Whether you’re a web developer responsible for thousands of pages or a freelance web designer working on websites for local business, CSS is a very important skill to master. CSS or Cascading Style Sheets provides web developers and designers with the ability to create attractive web pages. This course will show all levels of users an introduction to CSS3, understanding of the CSS box model, working with page layouts, using colors and backgrounds, web typography, working with lists and tables, and dynamic CSS3 properties.

HTML is one of the main programming languages that power the internet. And once you master it, you can begin to create your own web content, whether it be simple websites or complex online applications. This online training course provides an in-depth look at the essentials of writing and editing HTML code.

 

Outline

Module 1: Introduction To JavaScript

1.1 Introduction

1.2 JavaScript From The Dawn Of The Web – Part 1

1.3 JavaScript From The Dawn Of The Web – Part 2

1.4 Getting The Right Tools

1.5 Creating Your First JavaScript Program – Part 1

1.6 Creating Your First JavaScript Program – Part 2

Module 2: Core Concepts And Syntax

2.1 The Structure And Content – Part 1

2.2 The Structure And Content – Part 2

2.3 Naming And Casing Best Practices

2.4 Understanding Variables – Part 1

2.5 Understanding Variables – Part 2

2.6 Understanding Variables – Part 3

2.7 Working With Operators – Part 1

2.8 Working With Operators – Part 2

2.9 Working With Loops – Part 1

2.10 Working With Loops – Part 2

2.11 Creating Functions – Part 1

2.12 Creating Functions – Part 2

2.13 Understanding Types And Objects – Part 1

2.14 Understanding Types And Objects – Part 2

2.15 Understanding Types And Objects – Part 3

2.16 Understanding Types And Objects – Part 4

2.17 Understanding Types And Objects – Part 5

Module 3: Getting A Handle On The DOM

3.1 Introduction To The HTML Document Object Model

3.2 Accessing DOM Elements

3.3 Changing DOM Elements

3.4 Creating DOM Elements

3.5 Responding To Events – Part 1

3.6 Responding To Events – Part 2

Module 4: Working With Libraries

4.1 Introduction To Libraries

4.2 Installing And Using jQuery – Part 1

4.3 Installing And Using jQuery – Part 2

4.4 Modifying Web Pages Using jQuery – Part 1

4.5 Modifying Web Pages Using jQuery – Part 2

4.6 Conclusion

Module 1: Introduction to CSS3

1.1 Introduction

1.2 The Advantages Of Style Sheets

1.3 Discovering Cascading Style Sheets

1.4 CSS Structure And Syntax Part 1

1.5 CSS Structure And Syntax Part 2

1.6 CSS Structure And Syntax Part 3

1.7 Using Different Kinds Of Style Sheets

Module 2: Understanding The CSS Box Model

2.1 What Is The Box Model

2.2 Height And Width

2.3 Margin And Padding

2.4 Working With Borders

Module 3: Working With Page Layouts

3.1 Positioning Elements

3.2 Floating Elements

3.3 Controlling Display And Visibility

Module 4: Using Colors And Backgrounds

4.1 Working With Colors

4.2 Working With Backgrounds

Module 5: Web Typography

5.1 Understanding Fonts

5.2 Working With Text Properties

5.3 Text And Shadow Effects Part 1

5.4 Text And Shadow Effects Part 2

Module 6: Links, Lists, And Tables

6.1 Working With Lists

6.2 Using Navigation Bars

6.3 Working With Tables Part 1

6.4 Working With Tables Part 2

Module 7: Dynamic CSS3 Properties

7.1 Using Transforms Part 1

7.2 Using Transforms Part 2

7.3 Using Transitions

7.4 Using Animations

7.5 CSS Project Part 1

7.6 CSS Project Part 2

7.7 Course Conclusion

Module 1: What Is HTML?

1.1 Introduction

1.2 What Is HTML

1.3 HTML Resources

1.4 Choosing A Code Editor

1.5 The Relationship Of HTML, CSS, And Java Script

Module 2: The Structure And Components

2.1 The HTML Document

2.2 DOCTYPE Declaration

2.3 The Head

2.4 The Body

2.5 The Footer

Module 3: Formatting The Page

3.1 Using Headings

3.2 Creating Paragraphs

3.3 Emphasizing Text

3.4 Controlling Line Breaks And Whitespace

3.5 Creating Lists

3.6 Working With Tables

Module 4: Structuring Content

4.1 Why Structure Matters

4.2 Controlling Document Outlines

4.3 Structure Elements Part 1

4.4 Structure Elements Part 2

Module 5: Adding Links, Images And Other Media

5.1 Working With Links Part 1

5.2 Working With Links Part 2

5.3 Working With Images Part 1

5.4 Working With Images Part 2

Module 6: Styling Web Pages

6.1 HTML And CSS

6.2 Creating Inline Styles

6.3 Controlling Typography

6.4 Adding Color

6.5 Externalizing Styles

Module 7: Creating Your Own Website

7.1 Creating A Website Part 1

7.2 Creating A Website Part 2

7.3 Conclusion