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Instructor-led HTML / HTML5 Courses
Customized, role-based, expert-led HTML / HTML5 Training
DevelopIntelligence specializes in delivering highly-customized, dedicated, role-based HTML / HTML5 training courses to technical teams and organizations.
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Our HTML / HTML5 training offerings include:
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To understand Hypertext Markup Language 5 (HTML5), you need to understand the limitations of HTML4.
HTML4 came out in 1999, when the internet was far smaller and simpler than it is now. Back then, the web was a set of quite basic hyperlinked documents with basic styling and images. People primarily used the internet to consume text and images. Gradually, what people wanted and expected out of the web changed.
The big HTML5 accomplishment was providing a native way for developers to include video, audio, games, and date and color pickers. Once most of the browsers supported these features, developers could use them without having to include anything extra.
HTML5 also brought a lot of new input attributes. These make forms a lot easier to fill out for users and easier to validate for developers. With HTML5, developers could add a type=”search” or type=”tel” or type=”color” and the input form field would be validated as such. This also makes the web easier to use on mobile devices. If a user on an iPhone comes across an input tag with the type of date, it will change their keyboard accordingly to make it easier to fill out that field. The form fields will also validate in a smarter way and not let people submit forms where there are major obvious errors. Furthermore, developers can use regular expressions to create their own custom validations.
Another accomplishment for HTML5 was to introduce many new semantic sectioning elements. In HTML4, developers commonly used the div element for just about everything. Rather than using Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) to section a page, HTML5 allows for developers to use native HTML elements to section their pages and write their HTML more semantically (read: in a self-explanatory way).
In our comprehensive HMTL/HTML5 training courses you will learn the differences between markup languages and other web programming languages, how to transition from HTML to HTML5 , and utilize the advanced and emerging features of HTML5 in your web applications.
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Learn how to determine if a switch to HTML5 is worth the time and money.
Learn how to use key elements of HTML5 required to build mobile-friendly web applications.
Learn how to build and edit simple web pages using HTML and CSS.
Learn how to build web sites using HTML5.
Learn how to update current web solutions to support and leverage HTML5.
Learn how to develop web applications and websites that are Section 508 compliant and usable by all users regardless of handicaps or disabilities.