HTML5 and CSS3

HyperText Markup Language (HTML) and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) are two of the core languages used for building webpages. HTML is the language for describing the structure of a webpage. CSS is the language for describing the presentation of a webpage, including colors, layout and fonts. The separation of HTML from CSS makes it easier to maintain websites and share style sheets across webpages.

For step-by-step handouts, visit the Handouts page.


HTML5 and CSS3 Part 1: Using HTML and CSS to Create a Website Layout

This workshop covers web design basics, including the use of divisions to arrange the page layout, menu bar to link multiple pages, and CSS3 to enhance web page elements.

Duration: 90 minutes

There are no workshops scheduled at this time.


HTML5 and CSS3 Part 2: Adding Multimedia to the Webpage

The second part builds upon the webpage created in the first workshop. Topics include creating a web template and adding multimedia objects such as a Flash movie and a sound file. Basic usage of Adobe Flash will also be covered.

Duration: 90 minutes

There are no workshops scheduled at this time.


HTML5 and CSS3 Part 3: Creating an Image Gallery and Uploading to the Internet

The final part of this workshop series covers creating an image gallery and image thumbnails, as well as the final process of uploading webpages to the Internet.

Duration: 90 minutes

There are no workshops scheduled at this time.