Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) is a system for tagging files to accomplish textual style, shading, graphic, and hyperlink effects for World Wide Web pages. It is a markup language utilized for organizing and displaying content on the World Wide Web. HTML5 incorporates specific processing models to empower exchanging information and making use of it. Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is a style sheet language utilized for portraying the overview of a report written in a markup language. It is most often used to set the visual style of web pages and user interfaces written in HTML and XHTML, the language can be applied to any XML document, including plain XML, SVG, and XUL, and is applicable to rendering in speech, or on other media. CSS3 is the most recent development of the Cascading Style Sheets language and goes for expanding CSS2.1. It brings a ton of curiously anticipated creations, like adjusted round corners, shadows, gradients, animations, and also some new formats like multi-columns, flexible box or grid designs. HTML5 and CSS3 are more tight code measures to assure more prominent compatibility with the variation in devices and Operating Systems (OS). On joining these innovations one can create complex animated web pages and applications, propelled shapes, adjusted corners, animations, drop-down menus, picture sliders, and content in all of your ordinary ways.
uCertify presents the Beginning HTML5 and CSS3 course that enhances your coding skills by learning the latest versions of coding languages, HTML5 and CSS3. The course is equipped with interactive learning resources that will help you learn all the basic and advanced concepts of coding in HTML5 and CSS3.
The Beginning HTML5 and CSS3 course provides the following resources:
- 14+ Lessons
- 52+ Quizzes
- 101+ Exercises
- 131+ Flashcards
- 2+ Full-Length Tests
- 131+ Glossary Of Terms
- 15+ Pre-Assessment Questions
- 40+ Post-Assessment Questions
The Beginning HTML5 and CSS3 course covers the following topics and concepts:
- Rich Media
- CSS3, Here and Now
- HTML5: Now, Not 2022
- New Structural Elements
- Improving Web Typography
- A Layout for Every Occasion
- Your First Plunge into HTML5
- Putting CSS3 Properties to Work
- Paving the Way for Web Applications
- Transforms, Transitions, and Animation
Enroll now in uCertify Beginning HTML5 and CSS3 course which is equipped with interactive learning resources and become an expert in designing web pages and web applications using HTML5 and CSS3.