We continue to update our
course offerings to meet your needs. This week, we updated our HTML and CSS
courses, as well as two web design courses.
are integral to web development, especially as we move into the Web 2.0 era.
HTML5 and CSS3 are rapidly becoming the standard for both front and back-end
If your sites
are still running on HTML, XML, or CSS2 elements, we can help you transition to
modern web development tools.
course builds on prior HTML knowledge. If you are new to web development, we
recommend our Introduction
to HTML course as a starting point. If you know HTML, and are looking to
understand and utilize the new HTML5 features, our Introduction
to HTML5 course will build your knowledge and comfort level, helping you to
build sites suitable for the modern web.
Just need a
quick start HTML5 course? Check out our one-day
training course, designed to get you up and running in HTML5 quickly.
CSS and HTML go
hand-in-hand, especially in today’s web environment. Our Introduction
to CSS course will get you up to speed on Cascading Style Sheets, setting
you up to further strengthen your skills through our Advanced
Like HTML, CSS
is transitioning to meet the needs of Web 2.0 users. CSS3 is the modern
iteration of Cascading Style Sheets; for developers already working with CSS,
to CSS3 course will help you make the transition.
In addition to
updating our HTML and CSS-specific courses, we have also updated two courses
that will help you in designing websites to meet demands of modern web users.
to Web and Mobile Usability course is a two-day workshop, designed to teach
you how best to design websites that are optimal for any screen size – desktop,
tablet, and mobile – making your sites more functional for all users.
websites that are Section 508 compliant is rapidly becoming a standard
requirement in the Web 2.0 era. Our two-day Web
Accessibility training course will get you up to speed on the background
and future of website accessibility, and teach you best practices for designing
each of these courses, and all of the courses in our catalog, we offer customization
to fit your specific needs. Contact our consultants today, at (877)
629-5631 or via email, to
discuss what you are looking for in web development training, and how we can
help you plan your training roadmap.
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