Length: 2 Days
HTML is a far more complex language than many people realize. More importantly, there have been significant changes to the language since HTML became the standard. But few people in the industry have had the time or opportunity to learn what is important to understand about HTML , and how to use it.
Who Should Attend
This 2-day workshop is ideal for anyone who has HTML coding experience and is looking to take their skills to the next level. Attendees must understand the basics of HTML and be able to code by hand, using a plain text editor.
- Key Highlights of the HTML Standard
- Using Strict HTML
- Understanding Transitional HTML
- What is Frameset HTML ?
- Browser and Platform Considerations
Creating Advanced Web Pages with HTML
- Using Fixed Tables for Grid Designs
- When to Use Dynamic Tables
- Table Tips and Tricks
- Creating Intelligent Frame-Based Pages
- Designing Forms
- Style Sheet Basics
Integrating HTML with Related Technologies
- Using Perl and CGI to Empower Your Site
- XML and How it’s Really Used
Students will build a variety of pages in class using advanced HTML techniques.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
An author, instructor, and Web designer, Molly E. Holzschlag brings her irrepressible enthusiasm to books, classrooms, and Web sites. Honored as one of the Top 25 Most Influential Women on the Web by Webgrrls, San Francisco, Molly has spent an almost unprecedented decade working in the online world. She has written and contributed to more than ten books about the Internet and, in particular, the Web. In addition to her numerous books about the Web, she is a contributing columnist to Microsoft’s SiteBuilder Network, C\Net’s Builder.Com, ThirdAge.com, webtechniques.com, and IBM’s Developerworks.com. Molly also managed the Web Design Community on MSN. She holds a B.A. in communications and writing, and a M.A. in media studies from the New School for Social Research.