The professional will have an opportunity to use Visual Studio Code on their operating system of choice to design and test their web applications.
This course includes hands-on labs that allow you to build basic HTML pages that are the elements of a web application used to solve real-world problems.
This training is designed based on the objectives of the course variant 40410A.
The target audience for this training course is individuals interested in learning about the core skills necessary for web development. This course is intended for individuals of all levels. Some light experience with software development is helpful but not necessary.
For many years, Microtek Learning has been helping organizations, leaders, and professionals to reach their maximum performance by addressing the challenges they are facing.
In this module, you will learn how to create a basic HTML document using the core HTML elements. You will learn about the basic structure of an HTML element (content, attributes, etc.) and how they are used in the context of your HTML web pages.
Lab: Creating Web Pages using HTML
In this module, you will learn how to use advanced features of HTML such as forms and semantic elements to create more sophisticated HTML documents. You will learn when each of these components are used and their significance in the HTML markup spec. You will also learn how to use components such as SVG and media elements.
Lab: Creating Sophisticated Document Structures
In this module, you will learn how to use CSS to design your HTML web page. You will be introduced to the basic CSS concepts (declaration, rule set, rule, selector, etc.) and implement basic designs using CSS. You will also be introduced to the CSS box model.
Lab: Designing Web Page Elements using CSS
Lab: Adding External Libraries to HTML