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Watch a preview:chapter 1 / lesson 1Hypertext Markup Language (HTML): Definition & History
Course SummaryThis introductory corporate training course on HTML and CSS provides helpful resources for your IT teams and employees. We've compiled short lessons and self-assessment tools such as quizzes and tests that are accessible 24/7.
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Our corporate training course introduces HTML and CSS. Assign the entire course to your employees or have them complete lessons on subjects such as images in HTML, user interaction with HTML forms and advanced styling using CSS. These resources can be accessed on any computer or mobile device with an internet connection for completely flexible study.
How It Works
When you provide this course to your teams, they'll have easy to access to lessons they can review on a tablet, smartphone or computer. They can check their knowledge as they move through the course using the quizzes included with each lesson, and you can ensure complete comprehension by suggesting the comprehensive test at the end of the course.
We've provided the following resources:
- Concise and easy-to-follow lessons on CSS and HTML
- Multiple-choice quizzes with each lesson
- Chapter tests that cover the material provided
- A comprehensive end-of-course test
How It Helps
- Simplifies your duties: This course can be used for many training purposes and works whether you have employees at one location or many, on the same schedule or working varied hours.
- Promotes learning: You'll feel confident your IT teams are prepared to do their jobs correctly when you provide them with this course.
- Encourages understanding: After finishing this course, your employees will have examined information on HTML links and tables as well as ways in which they are created and managed.
These goals will be met when this course has been completed:
- Understand the basics of HTML
- Outline HTML lists and elements
- Describe how images can be used in HTML
- Detail links and tables in HTML
- Discuss user interaction with HTML forms
- Style web pages with CSS
- Identify CSS methods for advanced styling
- Explain HTML 5 and web development
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