The objective to learn HTML - Hypher Text Markup language is it is primary mark up language to design an website pages or GUI. It containts tags , tables , Frames, Form and Form elements as well.


Interest to learn and design an website is a prime eligibility for learn this course. Students with their academic qualification from 11th on wards are eligible to learn this course.

Target Audiences :-

12th Mpcc - Maths, Physics, Science , Computer Science.
12th ACEC- Accounts, Commerce, Economics, Computer Science.
BCA - Bachelor of Computer Application.
B.Sc -CS Bachelor of Science. Computer Science.
MCA - Master of Computer Application.
M.Sc - CS Master of Science.
B.E - All Branches.
M.E - All Branches.

HTML-5 Topics

html 5 and its essentials

Exploring new features of HTML5
New Elements
New Attributes
Link Relations
ARIA Accessibility
Web Forms 2.0
2D and 3D Drawings Support
Offline Web Applications and Caching
CSS Enhancements
News Selectors
Client Side Storage
Web Sockets
Web Workers
Drag and Drop API
HTML-5 Next Generation of Web development
Structuring an HTML Document
Elements and Attributes
The DOCTYPE Element
Exploring Editors and Browsers supported by HTML 5
Creating and Saving an HTML document
Validating an HTML Document
Viewing an HTML Document
Hosting Web Pages

Fundamentals of HTML

Understanding Elements
Root Elements
Metadata Elements
Section Elements
Heading Elements
Flow Elements
Phrasing Elements
Embedded Elements
Interactive Elements
Describing Data Types
Basic HTML data types
Data types defined the RFC and IANA documentation
Data types defined W3C specifications
Describing Character Entities
Understanding Horizontal Rules
Understanding Line Breaks
Understanding a Paragraph
Understanding Citations, Quotations, and Definitions
Understanding Comments.

Working with Text

Formatting Text with HTML Elements
Formatting with HTML Physical Style Elements
Formatting with HTML logical Style Elements
Defining the Mark Element
Defining the Strong Element
Defining the Code Element
Defining the Small Element

Organizing text in HTML

Arranging Text
Allowing Word Breaks
Defining the Preformatted Text
Defining the DIV Element
Defining the SPAN Element
Formatting Text in Tables
Defining the Ruby (Captioned ) Text
Displaying Lists

Working with Links and URLs

Exploring the Hyperlinks
The target Attribute
The id attribute
Exploring the URL
Structuring the URL
Encoding the URL
Exploring the Newsgroup and Mail System
Exploring Link Relations

Creating Tables

Understanding Tables
Describing the Table Element
The Caption Element
The Colgroup Element
The Col Element
The TBody Element
The THead Element
The TFoot Element
The TR Element
The TD and TH Elements

Working with Images, Colors and Canvas

Inserting Images in a Web Page
Describing Different Image Formats
Describing Image maps
Exploring Colors
Describing Color Names
Describing Hex Values
Describing the RGB Configuration
Describing Web-safe colors
Introducing Canvas

Working with Forms

Exploring the Form Element
Exploring Types of the Input Element
Describing the text and search type
Describing the tel type
Describing the url type
Describing the email type
Describing the password type
Describing the datetime-local type
Describing the datetime , date, month, week and time types
Describing the number and range types
Describing the file type
Describing the hidden type
Describing the checkbox type
Describing the radio type
Describing the submit type
Describing the reset type
Exploring the Button Element
Exploring the Multiple-Choice Elements
The Select Element
The Option Element
The Optgroup Element
Exploring the Textarea and Label elements
Exploring the Fieldset and Legend Elements
Describing the Datalist element
Describing the Keygen element
Describing the Output element
Describing the Progress Element
Describing the Meter element
Submitting a Form
The enctype attribute
The action attribute
The method attribute

Interactive Elements

The Details and Summary Elements
The Menu Element
The Command Element
The KBD Element
The Time Element

Working with Multimedia

Exploring Audio and Video File Formats
Describing the Multimedia Elements
Defining a Multimedia File Using the EMBED Element
Defining a Multimedia File Using the OBJECT Element
Exploring the FIGURE and FIGCAPTION Elements


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