HTML5 eLearning Kit For Dummies

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John Wiley & Sons, Jul 3, 2012 - Computers - 288 pages
Helping self-directed learners of all levels learn HTML5

If you want to develop and structure pages for the web, HTML5 is one of the tools you need. This invaluable eLearning kit steps you through learning HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript. With this dynamic combination of a full-color printed book and a Dummies interactive eLearning course on CD, you'll find a wealth of information on HTML5. Featuring both written and animated step-by-step how-tos, practice labs, helpful videos, numerous examples, and a host of Dummies hints and tips, this package makes your learning process easier.

Follow the material sequentially or jump in and out as you wish?it's set up so you can learn at your own pace. Throughout, you will benefit from illustrations, animations, voiceover explanations, and the option of closed captioning if you find you learn better when you can read the instructions.

  • Helps self-motivated learners master HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript
  • Includes an easy-to-follow, full-color book and an interactive Dummies eLearning Course that corresponds with the book on CD
  • Allows you to follow the material sequentially or choose separate sections at your own time and pace
  • Offers chapter summaries, practice exercises, discussions of concepts and essential terms, and much more

HTML5 eLearning Kit For Dummies helps you develop pages for the web with this dynamic tool.

NOTE: CD-ROM/DVD and other supplementary materials are not included as part of the e-book file, but are available for download after purchase.

 

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Contents

Table of Contents
Creating Forms
Getting Started with HTML5
Creating the Framework for an HTML Document
Understanding the Document Tree
Filling the Body with Text Links and Multimedia
Organizing Content into Tables
Dis la in ima efiles with im
Choosing a div or new semantic element
Creating Accessible HTML
Making Different Types of Input Boxes
Enabling Visitors to Choose Options
Adding Buttons to Control the Form
Introducing the Fundamentals of CSS Rules
Decorating Backgrounds with Colors and Images
Summing

Embedding Pages with the iframe Element

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About the author (2012)

Frank Boumphrey was at one time president of the HTML Writers Guild and served on several W3C working groups including the XHTML group. He was an editor of the Recommendation and the CSS, RDF, XForms, and DOM groups. He also sat on the W3C advisory committee.

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