Course Description

You and HTML and the World Wide Web



Course Code: G200
Recommended Duration: 4 Days

Benefits - Students who successfully complete this course will be able to:

  • Create and maintain web pages written in HTML
  • Create links within and between web pages
  • Use Notepad as an editor of choice for writing web pages
  • Install, set up, and use the FileZilla client app for uploading and downloading files (optional)
  • Use style attributes, elements, and properties, including Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)
  • Display lists (ordered, unordered, dictionary style) on web pages
  • Embed images, pdf documents, HTML pages, video and audio files on web pages
  • Create some elementary interactions using JavaScript
  • Use forms and controls to gather and display information
  • Write JavaScript functions that dynamically add, delete, and change nodes on a page
  • Create, set, retrieve, and delete cookies to pass information from page to page
  • Create and maintain tabluar data on web pages
  • Dynamically modify tabluar data on web pages using JavaScript
  • Use inline frames to embed data on a web page


Anyone who needs to create or maintain a website, using a Windows PC.


Familiarity with Windows

A course narrative

After one day you can build and deploy a website with multiple pages with links between them, including: style settings for text; paragraphs, headings, and line breaks; links to places within a page and to external pages. Also you will be able to change style properties within a single text string, organize groups of elements, and more.

After two days you can use external style sheets, create ordered, unordered, and dictionary lists, and embed images, including client side maps as well as audio and video files. And you'll be able to code some basic condition handlers using JavaScript.

After the third day you can code scripts that change the contents of a web page dynamimcally (expand and collapse lists), create forms that request information from the user, including text input, buttons, radio boxes, check boxes and list boxes, and then code scripts that process this information, and then change the contents of a list box dynamically.

After four days you can create and process cookies and HTML tables as well as inline frames ('iframes').

Spread throughout the course are tips on design, testing, and debugging your work.


There are 20 hands-on exercises.



The student materials include 650+ page notebook and a USB memory stick with supporting files for all the labs

These are reference quality materials with summaries and a comprehensive index

The materials include also include a bonus paper on how to layout a page using DIV and SPAN

This course is drawn from international standards bodies. Links to over 15 of them are provided in the course materials.