Certificate of Professional Development

HTML & CSS Coding – Advanced

This course is for those who have complete the HTML CSS Fundamentals course and want to learn to take their HTML & CSS coding skills to the next level.

Programme structure:

Introduction to HTML and CSS Coding Part 2: Complex Selectors
Selectors are one of the most important parts of CSS. They determine how styles are to be applied to elements on a page. CSS3 has brought new selectors to help better improve existing practices and ways to better style our pages. In this course, you will learn how to use commonly used selectors, child selectors, attribute selectors, and pseudo-selectors.

Introduction to HTML and CSS Coding Part 2: Responsive Web Design
Responsive design is the practice of building a website suitable to work on every device and every screen size, no matter how large or small, mobile or desktop. Responsive web design can be broken down into three main components, which include flexible layouts, media queries, and flexible media.In this course, you will learn how to use flexible layouts, media queries, and flexible media.

Introduction to HTML and CSS Coding Part 2: Performance and Organization
In this course you will learn the importance of performance and organization while using HTML and CSS, including different methodologies to get you started. In this course you will learn about strategy and structure, object-oriented CSS, scalable and modular architecture for CSS, and reusable code.

Introduction to HTML and CSS Coding Part 2: How to Position Content
In this course, we will tackle how to position our HTML content with two different CSS properties: float and inline-block. In this course, you will learn about positioning content with floats, clearing and containing floats, positioning with inline-block, and clearing white-space when using inline-block.

Introduction to HTML and CSS Coding Part 2: Writing Your Best Code
In this course, we will focus on the best coding practices for both HTML and CSS. These coding practices will serve as a framework for writing HTML and CSS and should be kept in mind when programming. In this course, you will learn about, standards-compliant markup, semantic elements, proper document structure, syntax organization, organizing code with comments, writing CSS with multiple lines and spaces, using proper class names, and using shorthand properties and values

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