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HTML5 and CSS: Structuring Pages (IT Training)



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About the Course

In this course, learn how to fully structure web pages using HTML5 and CSS. Learn how to create CSS buttons, internal-page hyperlinks, tables, useful navigation, useful footers, and properly formatted dates and addresses.  

Learning Objectives

  • Use metadata effectively
  • Use external stylesheets to standardize multiple pages
  • Create and style tables
  • Create internal-page navigation
  • Create a well formed header and footer
  • Use pseudo-classes to add interest to a document

Prerequisite Skills

  • Structure text and image content for the web using HTML5
  • Use semantic markup
  • Create hyperlinks to link to other pages
  • Understand the box model for basic layout
  • Make an accessible, well-formed web page

Meet the Instructor

This course is created and maintained by IT Training, a department of University Information Technology Services of Indiana University (IU). IT Training provides educational opportunities around technologies and software made available by IU. In an effort to expand the reach of IT Training's award-winning, high-quality content, this online series has been available to members of the IU community—and beyond. We hope you enjoy this learning experience.



Length: 2-4 hours


UITS IT Training


Credit: Certificate of completion


Audience: Public

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This course is part of a UITS IT Training Certificate Series. Learn more about the series and how to enroll.


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