Mastering a language like HTML5 can be intimidating. It doesn’t have to be!
Under the expert guidance of John Allsopp, you’ll find the combination of digestible audio, video and mini-articles with a supportive forum of classmates to be so much fun, you won’t even realize how much you’ve learned by the time you’re done.
What you'll learn
- How HTML5 is similar to, and differs from HTML 4 and XHTML 1
- The various features of HTML5, which ones are ready for use now, and which are more experimental
- New semantic and structural markup elements and attributes
- Extending HTML5 accessibility and semantics using the ARIA role attribute
- Native audio and video in HTML
- Drawing with the canvas element
- Dealing with shortcomings in browser support
- Quality assurance techniques for HTML5
Who should do this
This course is for web designers and developers who are proficient at hand coding HTML and CSS. The goal of the course is not to teach core HTML concepts or markup, but build on top of an existing solid understanding of semantic HTML and XHTML. Those taking the course should understand: HTML Syntax The concept of semantic HTML markup, and separating markup, presentation and behavior.