Historically, learning HTML coding is a subject people tend to shy away from, imagining that it’s too complicated for them, or hard to get into, or that it requires one to be some kind of programming wizard. All of this is simply not the case. If you can type - even if you only type slowly - you can type code, and if you attend this course, you will learn that it is not hard to get into doing this to create engaging websites.
We also look at using Adobe’s Dreamweaver to simplify the process of learning HTML and for managing and uploading your websites.
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- 14 hours hands on instructor lead training
- Individual Apple workstation
- Course media
- Course attendance certificate
|Days 1 - 2||10 am - 5:30 pm (1 Hr lunch + 2 x 10 min breaks)|
Those who are interested in learning a more in depth understanding of the coding mechanics of website creation, in addition to simply learning Dreamweaver alone, will find this course beneficial.
- Overview of the internet
- The language of the web
- Create and view a simple web page
- Publish your site
- Links and images
- Style, colour and positioning
- Design considerations
- More about using Dreamweaver
- A complete site
- Useful resources for learning more.
Students should have the following prerequisite knowledge prior to attending the course:
- Knowledge of OS X and basic computer navigation
- No previous experience with creating content for the web, or any other software is necessary.
Whilst there is no Adobe certification for this course, our trainers are industry-experienced Adobe Certified Instructors and Soho Editors is an Authorised Adobe Training Partner. Additionally, the course is based upon Adobe’s CIAB guidelines, so you will receive a certificate from Soho Editors upon completion of the course.
- What is the web?
- How do websites work?
- How are websites created and managed?
- HTML code
- The tools for the job
- Text editors and/or Dreamweaver
- Create a local folder
- Create an HTML file
- Format your web page
- Write your first bit of HTML code from scratch
- View your code in a browser locally
- Domain names
- File Transfer Protocols and FTP software
- Uploading your web page to the internet
- Change the content of your web page and update it
- Link your website to other sites and pages
- Placing images and other content on your page
- CSS - What exactly is a Cascading Style Sheet?
- Create and link a Cascading Style Sheet to your web page
- Add some colour to your website
- Format your type
- Place things where you want them and change their size
- Adaptable sizing to suit different browsers.
- Test your work
- The right look for your site - how to structure things
- A hostile environment - designing for the web
- Search engine optimisation - how to improve your chances with Google.
- Using Dreamweaver to help you learn coding
- How Dreamweaver can help you to get fancy
- Here we go for broke, combining all we have learned so far to create a complete website. By this point you should be fairly confident with coding and ready to practice a bit and then use what you have learned as a springboard for learning even more.
- A look at where to go and what to do to improve upon what you have learned
You can always reserve (Pencil) your place on any course without commitment. However you may be asked to move if we have a paying customer that will confirm. We will always give you first refusal to confirm or release your Pencilled date.
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Why Choose This Course?
Soho Editors have been at the forefront of the technological and creative advances in post-production for more than 17 years as well as being Europe’s leading professional training provider.
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This course is intended to gently introduce you to the world of coding and web design, demystifying the notion that coding is a scary and hard to learn. Being suitable for someone who has literally never even typed a single line of html code, it will leave you confident in your ability to write web code. It is based on practical, real-world knowledge, meaning you can put to use what you learn on this course from day one.
We are so sure that not only will you enjoy the experience, as well as learn what you need from the course, that if you are not satisfied we will give you the same course again FREE of charge, it’s as simple as that, no argument*.
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