Trainings and Workshops

Introduction to Web design

HTML is where the magic of web page design begins. It isn’t presentational - that’s what CSS is for - HyperText Markup Language is a simple, elegant way to structure content.

Most of the stuff on the web is no different than the stuff on your computer — it’s just a whole load of files sorted into a whole load of directories. HTML files are nothing more than simple text files, so to start writing in HTML, you need nothing more than a simple text editor.

  • 10+2 (Arts/ Science/ Commerce)/ college students/ people with a creative bent of mind
  • Candidates should have a basic working knowledge of IT and web technologies.

This 2-day course is for students new to HTML. It begins with an introduction to web technologies and then provides a comprehensive overview of HTML. Students will be introduced to the structure of HTML documents, good markup techniques, and the concept of validation. This is a basic HTML training class for people new to HTML.

Here is the list of modules that we have included in our HTML course.

  • Overview of HTML
  • Introduction to HTML
  • Creating simple HTML documents
  • HTML syntax, tags and basic attributes
  • Formatting text with HTML
  • Heading and paragraph formatting
  • Comparison of procedural and descriptive formatting
  • HTML comments and entities
  • Text formatting and fonts styles
  • Adding local and remote links
  • Adding internal links with named anchor tag
  • Image and marquee tags
  • Creating lists and nested lists
  • Linking and embedding graphics
  • Links to non-web internet services
  • Tab index and access key
  • Creating and modifying tables
  • Advanced table elements
  • Creating header, body and footer with table
  • Layout design with frames and iframe
  • Structuring with Fieldset
  • Div and Span
  • Creating Forms
  • Introduction to CSS
  • Syntax and type of selectors
  • Combination of descendant selectors using IDs and classes
  • Inline, internal and external CSS
  • Margin and padding properties
  • Text and font properties
  • Background properties
  • CSS positioning
  • Div and Span
  • Z-index
  • Pseudo class and elements
  • Image opacity
  • Styling forms using CSS

By the end of our HTML Training with Nitta, candidates will be equipped with the knowledge of

  • Valid HTML documents accessible by the author
  • Solid knowledge of creating web pages using HTML
  • Creating enhanced forms with mobile support
  • Providing working solutions for non-web browsers where HTML is unsupportive
  • Playback of audio and video content using HTML

Duration: 2 Days

Take away:

  • Exciting Gifts for excel listeners
  • Course Material
  • Workshop Content in CD