Course number: 075 906
Software version number: 4.0
Course length: 1 day
Hardware/software required to run this course
In order to run this course, you will need:
- An 80486-based computer.
- 16 MB of RAM.
- 80 MB of disk space.
- Windows 95 or newer.
- A network card or modem and a phone line.
- An appropriate TCP/IP configuration for your network. Contact your
Network Administrator if you are unsure.
- A "live" connection to the Internet; either a dial-up or dedicated
connection is suitable.
- A copy of Internet Explorer version 4.01 or newer or Netscape
Communicator version 4.05 or newer.
- Sound card for the instructor’s PC (optional).
See your reference manual for hardware considerations that apply to your
specific hardware setup.
Overview: Students will learn HTML code.
Prerequisites: Windows 95 or greater, using the Internet,
experience with Netscape or Microsoft browsers or equivalent knowledge.
Delivery method: Instructor-led, group-paced, classroom-delivery
learning model with structured hands-on activities.
Benefits: Students will learn how to create Web pages using HTML
Target student: Students enrolling in this course should
understand how to use Windows 95 or greater as well as a browser for the
What's next: HTML 4.0 Programming: Level 1 is the first course in
this series. HTML 4.0 Programming: Level 2, the next course in this series,
teaches student how to create more advanced Web pages.
Lesson objectives help students become comfortable with the course, and
also provide a means to evaluate learning. Upon successful completion of
this course, students will be able to:
- Recognize the components of an HTML file and create such a file.
- Format paragraphs and characters using HTML.
- Link to local files and Web pages from their Web pages.
- Add graphics and sound to their Web pages using HTML.
- Create different kinds of lists to their Web page using HTML.
- Create multi-column and multi-row tables using HTML.
- Set background colors and graphics for Web pages.
- Evaluate Web page design and consider design issues that affect web
- Add links to non-Web Internet sites from their Web pages.
Lesson 1: Overview of HTML
- Introduction to HTML
- Creating an HTML document
Lesson 2: Formatting text with HTML
- Paragraph formatting with HTML
- Character formatting with HTML
- Comparing procedural and descriptive formatting
Lesson 3: Adding local and remote links
- Adding local links
- Adding remote links
- Adding internal links with the named anchor tag
Lesson 4: Adding graphics and sound
- Linking to and embedding graphics
- Linking to multimedia files
Lesson 5: Creating lists in HTML
- Creating lists
- Creating nested lists
Lesson 6: Creating tables in HTML
- Creating and modifying tables
- Creating advanced table elements
Lesson 7: Setting body and background attributes
- Setting backgrounds and text colors
Lesson 8: Web page design guidelines
- Web page style considerations
Lesson 9: Adding links to other Internet services
- Links to non-Web Internet services