MTA 98-383: Introduction to Programming Using HTML and CSS LiveLessons

Video description

6+ Hours of Video Instruction

Learn the fundamentals of HTML and CSS; master hands-on, real-world skills for creating your own web pages; and prepare for the Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) exam 98-383: Introduction to Programming Using HTML and CSS.

Overview

In MTA 98-383: Introduction to Programming Using HTML and CSS LiveLessons, you learn the fundamental, real-world skills needed to create your own web pages using HTML and CSS and prepare for Microsoft MTA exam 98-383.

Drawing on her experience helping thousands of people learn HTML, CSS, and web design, Jennifer Kyrnin guides you from the absolute basics all the way to creating responsive web layouts and beyond. One step at a time, you learn how to create and post HTML to a hosting service; build a basic HTML document; write a CSS style sheet; use internal and external style sheets; build and style HTML text; create HTML5 outlines; adjust fonts and typography; choose and change colors; create CSS3 rounded corners; and even add HTML5 web video and audio.

Throughout, Jennifer covers the MTA exam 98-383 objective domains logically and provides opportunities to review and practice fundamental concepts and techniques. Topics are organized into bite-sized, self-contained lessons, so you can learn key HTML and CSS skills quickly and easily. This video course, along with additional study, can help you achieve the hours of instruction and hands-on experience recommended to take the exam and demonstrate your mastery of fundamental HTML and CSS concepts.

About the Instructor

Jennifer Kyrnin has been teaching HTML, XML, and web design online since 1997. She has built and maintained websites of all sizes, from small, single-page brochure sites to large, million-page database-driven sites for international audiences. She is the author of Sams Teach Yourself HTML5 Mobile Web Application Development in 24 Hours and Sams Teach Yourself Responsive Web Design in 24 Hours.

Skill Level

  • Beginner

Learn How To

  • Design and create eye-catching web pages
  • Customize your pages with Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)
  • Position images, columns, and headings on a page
  • Format text, data tables, links, and media
  • Publish your pages to a web server
  • Create online forms
  • Enhance your site with dynamic content
  • Prepare for the Microsoft MTA exam 98-383: Introduction to Programming Using HTML and CSS

Who Should Take This Course

  • All beginning web page authors and others who need to know how to quickly and easily get a web page up and running for home, school, or work
  • Candidates taking Microsoft exam MTA 98-383: Introduction to Programming Using HTML and CSS

Course Requirements

Basic experience using text editors and managing files; no HTML or CSS experience necessary

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Table of contents

  1. Introduction
    1. MTA 98-383: Introduction
  2. Lesson 1: Introducing HTML
    1. Learning objectives
    2. 1.1 Understand the basics of HTML
    3. 1.2 Choose a tool for writing HTML
    4. 1.3 Post HTML to a hosting service
    5. 1.4 Define HTML5
    6. 1.5 Test web pages
    7. 1.6 Understand web files and folders
    8. Summary
  3. Lesson 2: Building a Basic HTML Document
    1. Learning objectives
    2. 2.1 Build a simple web page
    3. 2.2 Recognize the standard HTML tags for every web page
    4. 2.3 Add paragraphs and line breaks
    5. 2.4 Create HTML headlines
    6. 2.5 Use semantic tags
    7. 2.6 Write links to other web pages
    8. 2.7 Define link jargon
    9. 2.8 Comment HTML
    10. 2.9 Use metadata
    11. 2.10 Include special characters
    12. Summary
  4. Lesson 3: Introducing CSS
    1. Learning objectives
    2. 3.1 Define CSS
    3. 3.2 Use inline styles
    4. 3.3 Write a basic CSS style sheet
    5. 3.4 Use internal and external style sheets
    6. 3.5 Add CSS classes and IDs
    7. 3.6 Understand the basics of CSS3
    8. 3.7 Explain how the style sheets interact
    9. 3.8 Comment CSS
    10. 3.9 Use pseudo-classes to style links
    11. Summary
  5. Lesson 4: Building and Styling HTML Text
    1. Learning objectives
    2. 4.1 Align text
    3. 4.2 Write ordered and unordered lists
    4. 4.3 Create definition lists
    5. 4.4 Add two types of quotations
    6. 4.5 Introduce the tag and tag
      1. Lesson 5: Understanding HTML5 Semantic Elements
        1. Learning objectives
        2. 5.1 Recognize sectioning elements
        3. 5.2 Add figures
        4. 5.3 Include document headers and footers
        5. 5.4 Create HTML5 outlines
        6. 5.5 Use and elements
          1. Lesson 6: Adjusting Fonts and Typography
            1. Learning objectives
            2. 6.1 Change text to bold and italics
            3. 6.2 Change the font size
            4. 6.3 Understand line-height, leading, and fancy typography
            5. 6.4 Use web fonts
            6. 6.5 Add special characters to pages
            7. 6.6 Decorate text
            8. 6.7 Understand “web safe” fonts
            9. Summary
          2. Lesson 7: Decorating Pages with Color
            1. Learning objectives
            2. 7.1 Choose colors for web designs
            3. 7.2 Understand color systems
            4. 7.3 Change the foreground color
            5. 7.4 Change the background color
            6. 7.6 Change link colors with pseudo-classes
            7. Summary
          3. Lesson 8: Adjusting the Borders of Elements
            1. Learning objectives
            2. 8.1 Understand the CSS box model
            3. 8.2 Adjust the margins and padding
            4. 8.3 Change the border with the border property
            5. 8.4 Create CSS3 rounded corners
            6. 8.5 Understand the most common CSS display values
            7. 8.6 Indent paragraphs
            8. Summary
          4. Lesson 9: Adding Images and Multimedia
            1. Learning objectives
            2. 9.1 Add images to web pages
            3. 9.2 Position images
            4. 9.3 Use background images
            5. 9.4 Link to documents and PDFs
            6. 9.5 Add HTML5 video and audio
            7. 9.6 Make multimedia responsive
            8. 9.7 Include scripts
            9. 9.8 Introduce the element
              1. 9.9 Explore other image-related elements
              2. 9.10 Understand inline frames
              3. Summary
            10. Lesson 10: Writing Tables
              1. Learning objectives
              2. 10.1 Build a simple HTML table
              3. 10.2 Add table headlines
              4. 10.3 Dress up tables with CSS
              5. 10.4 Adjust table cell alignment and spanning
              6. 10.5 Make tables responsive
              7. 10.6 Use the tag
                1. Summary
              8. Lesson 11: Building and Using HTML Forms
                1. Learning objectives
                2. 11.1 Create a basic form
                3. 11.2 Use HTML5 input fields
                4. 11.3 Add in other form input fields
                5. 11.4 Validate forms
                6. 11.5 Submit form data
                7. 11.6 Introduce advanced form tags
                8. Summary
              9. Lesson 12: Creating Responsive Web Layouts
                1. Learning objectives
                2. 12.1 Understand how to pick a good layout
                3. 12.2 Define the difference between fixed-width and liquid layouts
                4. 12.3 Define mobile-first and understand why to use it
                5. 12.4 Use CSS media queries to create a responsive layout
                6. 12.5 Choose breakpoints
                7. 12.6 Know responsive design best practices
                8. 12.7 Understand positioning
                9. 12.8 Use the viewport meta tag
                10. Summary
              10. Summary
                1. MTA 98-383: Summary

Product information

  • Title: MTA 98-383: Introduction to Programming Using HTML and CSS LiveLessons
  • Author(s): Jennifer Kyrnin
  • Release date: September 2018
  • Publisher(s): Addison-Wesley Professional
  • ISBN: 0135429625