- Price: $370.00
The course will develop student's skills and knowledge in creating XHTML compliant Web pages for the World Wide Web.
- Public Schedule - Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney
- Group Bookings - all States and Territories across Australia
Students NEED to have completed both the HTML Essentials and the HTML Advanced courses, or have equivalent experience.
At the end of this course you should be able to:
- Identify the rules of XHTML authoring, determine which DTD is best for a given project, create and validate a simple XHTML document, and convert existing HTML pages to XHTML.
- Identify the significance and advantages of structured, self-descriptive markup, define content sections with the element and id attribute,
- Apply CSS styles to an id, and use classes to create custom elements.
- Determine the most appropriate location for a given style; define custom default elements; control the display status of an element; write efficient CSS code; apply borders, padding, and margins; and apply font and text styles.
- Embed an image, write effective alternative text, use background images to create consistent and efficient design components, create intradocument links and contextual style, provide links to essential resources, and embed Flash movies in an XHTML document while preserving document validity.
- Define row groups, columns, and column groups; control column width and the horizontal and vertical alignment of data in table cells; customize table borders; and create a scrollable table.
- Introduction to XHTML
- XHTML DTDs
- Converting HTML to XHTML
- Structured and Descriptive Markup
- Well structured documents
- Customised structures
- Markup and style techniques
- Techniques that promote efficiency
- Box styles
- Text styles and techniques
Images links and Flash
- Image techniques
- Link techniques
- Flash in XHTML documents
- Advanced Tables
- Data table design and structure
- Scrollable tables
- Appendix A - Validation
- Validation resources
This course is designed for students who wish to move on from HTML to create XHTML compliant documents for the World Wide Web.