HTML, CSS and JS

The bread and butter course for any web developer.

This course had been developed with you in mind. Whether you are a housewife, student, or just starting out with any activity related to web development, you are the person who has been kept in mind when we designed the course.

Name : Basic Web Development
Course Duration : 32 Hours
Period : Over One Month(4 weeks) – 2hours per day 4 days in a week
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday with assignments in the day off for heavy hands on practice.

Syllabus

HTML

What is the internet?
What is the WWW?
What drives the web?
What is HTML?
HTML Elements
What are HTML tags?
The Basic HTML Tags
Headings
Paragraphs
Horizontal Rule
Comments
Tags
HTML Character Entities
Non breaking space
HTML Colors
Color Names
HTML Lists
Definition List
The Anchor Tag and the Href Attribute
The Image Tag and the Src Attribute
Tables
Headings in Table
Cell Paddings in Table
Table Width
Forms
A Simple Password Form
Types of Form Elements

CSS

What is CSS?
What is the ‘Cascade’ in CSS
Uses of CSS
Types of CSS
External CSS
Scales of measurements
Border Properties
Border-style Properties
Types of fonts
A few facts about fonts
IDs vs Classes
Rule of thumb
What are classes?
Can we use links in the css files
How to tidy up CSS and HTML
Introduction to Bootstrap
Bootstrap2 vs Bootstrap3
Other frameworks available

JavaScript

Introduction to Javascript
Features of Javascript.
Using Javascript in an HTML Document
Programming Fundamentals
Lexical Structure
Character Set
Case sensitivity
White spaces and line breaks
Optional semicolons
Comments
Literals
Identifiers
Reserved words
Variables
Operators
Arithmetic
Assignment
Comparison
Logical
Operator Precedence
Control Flow Statements
Selection Statement
Loops
Jump Statements
Functions
Defining and invoking
Defining Function arguments
Defining Return statement
Defining Function Scope and closures
Events
Image maps
Animations
Javascript Objects
Attributes/Properties of an Object
Methods of an Object
Types
String Object
Boolean Object
Number Object
Array Object
Date Object
Window Objects Introduction
Document Objects Introduction
The DOM