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This is the second in a two part series of courses on HTML.

This course teaches intermediate HTML techniques for better page organization and enhanced communication. Discover the importance of navigation, adapting information for the web and creating logical flow throughout a site.

Take this course individually or as part of the Web Certificate program.

Course Outline/Topics

Topics Covered:

  • Using HTML tables to present information
  • Creating HTML forms to collect information from a user
  • How HTML forms interact with web servers
  • Embedding web content with frames
  • Building multi-linked image maps
  • Running a script on a web page
  • Planning web pages for the best user experience

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This program can be applied toward the:

HTML Part I and CSS Part I OR equivalent experience

"I participated in HTML I & HTML II - Terry was my instructor for both courses. I found him to be an excellent instructor, providing the right amount of hands on with lecture. His industry experience lends itself very well to this course."
student, 2014

"I thought Terry did an excellent job. I appreciated all the examples. Without them, most of the information taught wouldn't have had enough time to sink in. And in the end, the entire point of this class is to show us how to perform the HTML on our own, and the examples did exactly that. Terry did a very good job making sure everyone understood what was covered before moving forward."
student, 2014

Dates and locations to be announced.
Fee: $324
CEUs: 0.7
  Related Courses  
Cascading Style Sheets Part I
Cascading Style Sheets Part II
CSS3 Advanced Techniques
Email us with your interest, contact:
Pam Nellen, Program Manager, Business and Technology Programs,, 414-227-3208


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