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MTA 98-383: Introduction to Programming Using HTML and CSS

MTA 98-383: Introduction 00:01:57
Learning objectives 00:00:55
1.1 Understand the basics of HTML 00:02:51
1.2 Choose a tool for writing HTML 00:04:13
1.3 Post HTML to a hosting service 00:07:48
1.4 Define HTML5 00:05:42
1.5 Test web pages 00:00:37
1.6 Understand web files and folders 00:03:00
Summary 00:00:42
Learning objectives 00:00:36
2.1 Build a simple web page 00:01:23
2.2 Recognize the standard HTML tags for every web page 00:04:04
2.3 Add paragraphs and line breaks 00:02:38
2.4 Create HTML headlines 00:03:11
2.5 Use semantic tags 00:09:46
2.6 Write links to other web pages 00:02:33
2.7 Define link jargon 00:01:55
2.8 Comment HTML 00:01:07
2.9 Use metadata 00:03:29
2.10 Include special characters 00:01:58
Summary 00:01:16
Learning objectives 00:00:49
3.1 Define CSS 00:05:13
3.2 Use inline styles 00:03:01
3.3 Write a basic CSS style sheet 00:03:27
3.4 Use internal and external style sheets 00:03:21
3.5 Add CSS classes and IDs 00:07:08
3.6 Understand the basics of CSS3 00:02:33
3.7 Explain how the style sheets interact 00:02:26
3.8 Comment CSS 00:01:17
3.9 Use pseudo-classes to style links 00:01:36
Summary 00:00:56
Learning objectives 00:00:42
4.1 Align text 00:03:46
4.2 Write ordered and unordered lists 00:05:23
4.3 Create definition lists 00:02:39
4.4 Add two types of quotations 00:05:17
4.5 Introduce the

tag and tag 00:01:20
Summary 00:00:46
Learning objectives 00:00:46
5.1 Recognize sectioning elements 00:05:51
5.2 Add figures 00:03:34
5.3 Include document headers and footers 00:04:51
5.4 Create HTML5 outlines 00:04:19
5.5 Use
and elements 00:03:09
Summary 00:00:54
Learning objectives 00:00:38
6.1 Change text to bold and italics 00:04:40
6.2 Change the font size 00:06:45
6.3 Understand line-height, leading, and fancy typography 00:07:14
6.4 Use web fonts 00:06:31
6.5 Add special characters to pages 00:04:09
6.6 Decorate text 00:01:27
6.7 Understand “web safe” fonts 00:01:03
Summary 00:00:58
Learning objectives 00:00:36
7.1 Choose colors for web designs 00:03:25
7.2 Understand color systems 00:05:29
7.3 Change the foreground color 00:02:20
7.4 Change the background color 00:01:46
7.6 Change link colors with pseudo-classes 00:01:52
Summary 00:00:36
Learning objectives 00:00:40
8.1 Understand the CSS box model 00:02:32
8.2 Adjust the margins and padding 00:08:24
8.3 Change the border with the border property 00:04:59
8.4 Create CSS3 rounded corners 00:02:52
8.5 Understand the most common CSS display values 00:01:06
8.6 Indent paragraphs 00:00:52
Summary 00:00:45
Learning objectives 00:00:53
9.1 Add images to web pages 00:06:05
9.2 Position images 00:06:00
9.3 Use background images 00:05:53
9.4 Link to documents and PDFs 00:04:52
9.5 Add HTML5 video and audio 00:07:05
9.6 Make multimedia responsive 00:10:09
9.7 Include scripts 00:01:23
9.8 Introduce the element 00:00:41
9.9 Explore other image-related elements 00:01:41
9.10 Understand inline frames 00:00:58
Summary 00:00:50
Learning objectives 00:00:32
10.1 Build a simple HTML table 00:01:46
10.2 Add table headlines 00:03:57
10.3 Dress up tables with CSS 00:03:57
10.4 Adjust table cell alignment and spanning 00:04:54
10.5 Make tables responsive 00:04:10
10.6 Use thetag 00:01:25
Summary 00:00:37
Learning objectives 00:00:42
11.1 Create a basic form 00:06:24
11.2 Use HTML5 input fields 00:12:04
11.3 Add in other form input fields 00:08:16
11.4 Validate forms 00:05:23
11.5 Submit form data 00:04:57
11.6 Introduce advanced form tags 00:04:58
Summary 00:00:44
Learning objectives 00:00:58
12.1 Understand how to pick a good layout 00:02:06
12.2 Define the difference between fixed-width and liquid layouts 00:07:12
12.3 Define mobile-first and understand why to use it 00:04:18
12.4 Use CSS media queries to create a responsive layout 00:05:01
12.5 Choose breakpoints 00:08:07
12.6 Know responsive design best practices 00:02:22
12.7 Understand positioning 00:02:15
12.8 Use the viewport meta tag 00:02:00
Summary 00:00:46
MTA 98-383: Summary 00:01:16