New Intro to HTML5 Course at eClasses.org

Introduction to HTML5We’re happy to announce commencement of a new six-week HTML5 course at eClasses.org, starting September 16, 2013.

In this course we’ll look at HTML5 from a task-oriented perspective, by learning not only the HTML code for specific tasks, such as, say, formatting text, creating simple shapes or form fields, and so on, but also how to apply CSS3 and JavaScript to create real-world Web objects, Web pages, and Web sites. We’ll spend less time on terms and theory and more time on how to design. When you finish this class, you’ll have the core knowledge required for advancing on to using HTML5 to create special effects, sophisticated animations and interactivity, Web forms that configure themselves based on user input, and Web applications that actually do things, rather than just sit there and look pretty.

Here’s the course syllabus:

Week 1: Introduction to HTML5

  • What is HTML5?
  • What are Cascading Style Sheets?
  • What is JavaScript?
  • Anatomy of an HTML Page
  • Metadata
  • A Good Body
  • Bring it All Together
Week 2: HTML5 Sections, Containers, Boxes, and Shapes
  • HTML5’s Built-In Sections
  • Adapting to Display Size and Device Type
  • Creating Custom Containers
  • Decorative Boxes and Shapes
  • CCS3 and HTML5’s Built-In Containers
  • Custom CSS3 Fills and Gradients
Week 3: HTML5 and Text
  • HTML’s Built-In Paragraph Selectors
  • Inline, Internal and External Styles
  • Creating Custom Paragraph Styles
  • HTML5’s Multicolumn Text Boxes
  • CSS3 Text Special Effects
  • Downloadable Fonts
Week 4: Working with Images, Digital Video, and other Embeds
  • Graphics on the Web – Overview
  • Graphics and Device Screen Sizes
  • Embedding Images with HTML5
  • Formatting images with CSS3
  • Digital Video on the Web
  • Display Size, Frame Rate and Bandwidth
  • Embedding Digital Video in HTML5
  • Embedding YouTube Videos in HTML5
  • Embedding Google Maps and Other Web Apps
Week 5: Interactivity with HTML5
  • What is Interactivity?
  • Simple Text Hyperlinks
  • HTML5 Buttons
  • Inter-Page Navigation with Anchors
  • Text List Menus
  • Button Menus
  • Drop-Down Menus
  • Other Types of Interactivity
Week 6: HTML5 Forms
  • What You Can do with HTML Forms
  • Text Form Fields
  • Drop-Down Menus and Other Forms Lists
  • Radio Buttons
  • Check Boxes
  • Radio and Check Box Arrays
  • Calendars, Sliders, Selectors and Other HTML5 Form Elements

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