Course Description

Structuring the Web with HTML: An Introduction to Web Development If you've ever visited a website, you've likely encountered HTML, or Hypertext Markup Language. HTML is the fundamental building block of the web, providing structure and organization to the content we see online. In this course, we will explore the basics of HTML and how to use it to create well-structured and accessible websites. We will start with the basics of HTML, including tags, attributes, and syntax. You will learn how to create headings, paragraphs, lists, links, and images, and how to organize them into a logical hierarchy using semantic tags. We will also cover accessibility best practices, including the proper use of headings and alternative text for images. As we progress through the course, we will explore more advanced HTML topics such as tables, forms, and multimedia. You will learn how to create tables to display data in an organized and easy-to-read format, and how to create forms for user input. We will also cover the basics of multimedia, including how to add video and audio to your web pages. Throughout the course, you will be working with real-world examples and exercises, allowing you to apply what you've learned in a practical context. You will also have the opportunity to work on a final project, where you will create a website from scratch using the skills and techniques you've learned throughout the course. By the end of this course, you will have a solid foundation in HTML and web development, and be able to create well-structured and accessible web pages that can be easily understood by both humans and machines. Whether you're just starting out in web development or looking to refresh your skills, Structuring the Web with HTML is the perfect course to help you achieve your goals.