Training Course

Web Design (Front-End) Design - HTML CSS

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Our Training Course Syllabus is as follows. A comprehensive HTML and CSS training course should cover the following topics:

  1. Introduction to HTML: Understanding the basics of HTML, including document structure, tags, attributes, and syntax.

  2. HTML Text Formatting: Formatting text in HTML, including headings, paragraphs, lists, links, and images.

  3. HTML Tables: Creating and formatting tables in HTML, including table elements, table attributes, and table headers.

  4. HTML Forms: Building and styling forms in HTML, including input types, labels, and form validation.

  5. Introduction to CSS: Understanding the basics of CSS, including selectors, properties, and values.

  6. CSS Layouts: Creating and styling layouts in CSS, including box model, positioning, floats, and grids.

  7. CSS Typography: Styling text in CSS, including fonts, font sizes, font families, and font weights.

  8. CSS Colors and Backgrounds: Adding colors and backgrounds to HTML elements using CSS.

  9. CSS Transitions and Animations: Creating animated effects using CSS, including transitions, animations, and keyframes.

  10. Responsive Design: Creating responsive web designs that adapt to different screen sizes, including media queries, fluid layouts, and responsive images.

  11. CSS Frameworks: Using popular CSS frameworks, such as Bootstrap and Foundation, to streamline web development and styling.

  12. CSS Preprocessors: Using CSS preprocessors, such as Sass and Less, to simplify and enhance the process of writing CSS.

Overall, a good HTML and CSS training course should provide a solid foundation in HTML and CSS, as well as cover other important topics like responsive design, CSS frameworks, and preprocessors. It should also include hands-on exercises and projects to help students practice and apply what they have learned.