HTML: Perfect for Beginners
To standardize the output of text within browser was created an HTML standard. It defines the rules for formatting text data for correct output. This course is devoted to the fundamentals of HTML markup, working with typography, media documents, and forms layout
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To normalize text rendering in a browser was developed HTML markup language that describes the rules for the layout of text data. Despite the long evolution of the language, its basic concepts haven't changed even after more than 20 years. In first module, we will review the fundamental concepts of HTML: tag, attribute, and nesting of tags, and will learn the core features of marking up text with paragraphs.
Text in HTML
HTML provides dozens of rules for working with text, from creating blocks of text, to complex tables and nested lists. Marking up text properly is a core skill when building a web site.
HTML markup allows you to add images to pages, and the latest HTML5 standard has added the ability to work with audio and video content
HTML document structure
Each HTML page consists of several common blocks that describe a data set: meta tags, page title, content. The HTML standard has its own blocks and constructions for each part.
Form is one of the most important HTML elements. It allow the user to interact with the site, and engage him. Search, feedback, questionnaires are all created using forms.
Semantic elements HTML5
HTML5 introduced plenty of new tags for semantic markup. They are designed to help browsers process your document more accurately, using "reader mode". Search engines will also appreciate you helping them clearly see the structure of your website. In this module, we'll mark up a generic web page using the new HTML5 tags
When talking about HTML, one cannot skip topics related to the Internet ecosystem as a whole. Markup, semantics, and validation provide important insights when working with HTML documents.
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