Jan 18, 2019
ITAD 112 HTML and CSS5 credits
This course is an introduction to HyperText Markup Language (HTML) and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). Students examine the key components of HTML to create functional web pages and apply CSS style sheets to improve page layout and overall appearance. Class teaches elements of responsive web design and techniques of its implementation.
Prerequisites: MATH 087 , ENGL 093 , and completion of or concurrent enrollment in ITAD 111 ; or completion of one of the following: BTE 120 , MMDP 101 , or CSNT 115 ; or instructor permission.
Quarters Offered: All
This course teaches the global outcome of Intercultural Appreciation.
Upon successful completion of this course students will be able to:
- Write syntactically correct HTML code using the latest version of HTML language
- Create basic HTML web pages which are displayed correctly in modern web browsers
- Use links and images to design aesthetically pleasing and functional web pages
- Create forms to gather user input
- Incorporate tables into the web pages to display data
- Write style sheets using latest version of the CSS language
- Use correctly text, font, background, border, list, float, margin, padding, display and other CSS property groups
- Use CSS rules together with HTML layout elements to change the layout of a page
- Explain the key principles of responsive web design and techniques of their implementation
- Validate and debug HTML and CSS code
- Design and develop websites compliant with web standards
- Design and develop websites that reflect cultural awareness