Malcolm Kayser Computer Training Limited

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This course provides a concise introduction to web development and producing documents in HTML, the hypertext markup language used on the Web.


Overall Objective

Attendees are taught how to use HTML tags and keywords to create pages they themselves have designed.  Short exercises are used to reinforce and emphasise the lecture material.  The course assumes no previous knowledge of web design or HTML.


Delegates with little or no previous experience in writing HTML who will be involved in creating or maintaining a website.


Delegates should have a basic familiarity with Microsoft Windows and some experience using a web browser.


1 day, hands-on.

Course Objectives

On completion of this course, the delegate will be able to:

Course Contents

The Internet
HTTP and the Web
Web pages and hyperlinks
Browsers and servers
HTML and Web authoring tools
Finalising and publishing a website
Basic HTML tags
Structure of an HTML document
Simple text-rendering tags
Common tag attributes
General considerations of colours and backgrounds
Common HTML tags
Logical, Physical and Hybrid styles
FONT tag and attributes
Space tags
Unordered lists
Ordered lists
Definition lists
URL anchor tags including <A>
Relative and Absolute URLs
BODY tag extensions including <HREF>
Internal links
IMG tag and attributes
Introduction to tables
Basic tags
Other table tag attributes

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