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Get Advanced Web Pages, Creating Web Pages, Designing Effective Websites, Responsive Web Design, Creating WordPress Websites, Creating WordPress Websites II, Introduction to CSS3 and HTML5, Advanced CSS3 and HTML5, Intermediate CSS3 and HTML5 and Creating Mobile Apps with HTML5 in this Bundle

1. Advanced Web Pages: Learn Advanced Web Pages

Learn How to Create Modern Websites
In the advanced web pages online course, you'll learn to write HTML code for page content and CSS code for page styling. You'll master cutting-edge techniques that take advantage of HTML5 and CSS3, the latest versions of the languages used to create modern websites.

With the help of step-by-step instructions, you'll build interactivewebsites that collect information from visitors through email signup and feedback forms. In addition, you'll learn the latest and most effective techniques for presenting layouts and video that work in any browsing environment from a desktop computer to a mobile device. Along the way, you'll explore aesthetics, color scheming, and accessible Web page design.

And don't worry if you have only the most basic exposure to Web design! This course walks you all the way through to purchasing and uploading your site to a remote server. You won't need any special software, either—just the text editor that comes installed with your computer.

Whether you're a beginner or an experienced Web designer wanting to update and enhance your skills, this course is perfect for you. In just a few weeks, you'll be designing state-of-the-art websites that offer all the sophisticated elements that today's Web users expect to see.

2. Creating Web Pages: Learn about creating web pages online

Learn About the Capabilities of the World Wide Web and the Fundamentals of Web Design
Create and post your very own Web site on the Internet using HTML in this extensive, hands-on, online six week Creating Web Pages Online Course.

First, with your instructor's patient guidance, you'll plan the content, structure and layout of your Web site, create pages full of neatly formatted text, build links between the pages and to the outside world, and add color, backgrounds, graphics, and tables.

You'll also learn critical and timely information on securing the best possible location in search engine listings, and powerful no-cost or low-cost web marketing strategies.

3. Designing Effective Websites: Learn how to design effective websites

Learn Web Development Processes
These days, creating a Web site is so easy almost anyone can do it. But with all the competition on the Web, creating a site that's effective is more challenging than ever. To do that, you need to employ good design principles.

Regardless of your current skills or level of knowledge, in this Certificate in Designing Effective Websites Online Course you'll master the basics of Web design and learn how to build sites that are better and more effective. Get ready to take your Web design skills to the next level!

We'll examine the tension between form and function, explore the six major states of the Web site development process, and learn the basics of user-centered design.

We'll also review the five basic steps to organizing information, find out how site design themes can be used for information delivery, and review Web page design considerations.

Along the way, we'll talk about effective type and graphics and explore the idea of Web 2.0.

This course is a must for Web designers, giving the tips and tools that will help them establish a solid career.

4. Responsive Web Design: Learn to build fully responsive websites

Learn to build fully responsive websites
In today's online environment, designers must create websites that are responsive. Their sites must reshape and morph to provide a positive experience in every viewport—from small touch-screen environments to large-screen browsers where users interact using a mouse or pointing device. This is the heart of responsive Web design (RWD).

In this course, you'll learn to identify and address every aspect of responsive Web design: from scaling elements and adjusting page layout, to adapting color schemes and implementing accessible forms. You'll master how to use HTML5 linked to media queries in CSS3 to adapt content to fit your user's viewport, and see how jQuery Mobile can help you to mobile sites.

Today's world of Web design requires building sites that are intuitive, inviting, accessible, and attractive in every possible device and environment. In this course, you'll learn to design and build fully responsive websites optimized for smartphones, tablets, and laptop/desktop viewing environments.

5. Creating WordPress Websites: Learn how to create WordPress websites

Get Hands-on Experience in Creating WordPress Sites and Blogs
Want to build an attractive, sophisticated blog or website—without having to learn any special coding? WordPress is the answer you're looking for! WordPress is one of the world's most popular Web design tools because it's free, it's easy to use, and it produces professional results.

In this Certificate in Creating WordPress Websites Online Course, you'll get hands-on experience with this powerful tool as you create your own WordPress site and blog.

As you walk through the process from start to finish, you'll find out how to use WordPress to create pages and posts, add images and videos, change a site's look and feel, and include user-friendly features.

You'll discover the ease of using WordPress design themes to express your creativity, and you'll see how much fun it is to be part of the vibrant WordPress online community.

In addition to mastering the technical elements of WordPress, you'll learn how to organize a blog or website, create appealing content, and achieve better positions on search engine results pages.

By the end of this course, you'll be able to confidently use WordPress to create a blog or a personal, business, or organizational website.

6.Creating WordPress Websites II: Learn how to create WordPress websites II

Learn How to Build Content Management Websites and Blogs with WordPress.org
Create a website that can do just about anything, without any technical coding! In this course, you'll learn how to build content management websites and blogs with WordPress.org, the world's most popular Web page publisher.

Content management lets you control your own site by providing an easy-to-use online administrative area that makes creating and updating content as simple as sending an email.

Your online visitors will be able to comment on your articles, fill out forms and applications, buy your products, and even make appointments.

You'll master each step, from selecting a domain name and a hosting company to installing WordPress and creating pages.

You'll discover how to insert images and multimedia, create a user-friendly navigation system, and take advantage of the dynamic add-on features known as plug-ins.

You'll explore how to turn your website into an ecommerce powerhouse and improve search engine page results. And you'll also learn some HTML and CSS coding to customize your site's look and feel.

If you want to build or maintain a professional WordPress website with all the bells and whistles, this Certificate in Creating WordPress Websites II Online Course is for you.

7. Introduction to CSS3 and HTML5:Learn to create websites after the introduction to CSS3 and HTML5

Take your existing HTML skills to the next level and start building sites like the pros
If you want to survive and excel in the fast-paced world of Web publishing, you're going to need to keep up with ever-evolving standards. The new standard for Web developers is to use CSS3 and HTML5.

CSS3 and HTML5 not only make it easier for you to build and manage large Web sites, these powerful languages can also give you more precise control over the appearance of every page you build. Almost every Web development tool--including Dreamweaver, Microsoft Expressions Web, and Visual Web Developer--offer support for CSS3 and HTML5.

This Certificate in Introduction to CSS3 and HTML5 Online Course will provide you with the foundation you'll need to master two critical and fast-growing new Web languages. If you're a Web developer, why not begin your transition to CSS3 and HTML5 today?

Learn how to create state-of-the-art Web sites using modern CSS3 and HTML5 techniques.


8. Advanced CSS3 and HTML5: You need to know how to work with CSS3 and HTML5

Start Now To Learn Advanced CSS3 and HTML5 Online Course
You've heard the buzz about CSS3 and HTML5? These latest versions of HTML and CSS have redefined how Web pages are created. So if you're going to design Web pages, you need to know how to work with CSS3 and HTML5.

This course will teach you how to take advantage of HTML5 "semantic" tags that make page design far more intuitive, faster, and easier compared to older versions of HTML. And you'll learn to use HTML5 to create basic mobile pages and apps.

In this class, you'll learn to use HTML5 to provide video that works in any environment. HTML5 makes it possible to build inviting forms that test user data without back-end coding. It also allows designers to include friendly tools like calendars, calculators, and color palettes to encourage accurate user input. You'll leave this course with the skills to create all those elements.

And you'll learn to wield new CSS3 features essential for fast-loading, exciting, interactive websites, especially mobile sites. You'll create complex gradient blend backgrounds for pages and page elements, without using image files. And you'll learn to use jQuery Mobile to create app-like mobile Web pages and themes— complex sets of styles for mobile sites.

In short, you'll leave this course with valuable skills essential to creating modern websites.

 9. Intermediate CSS3 and HTML5: Learn about intermediate CSS3 and HTML5

Deepen your Knowledge in CSS3 and HTML5
In this Certificate in Intermediate CSS3 and HTML5 Online Course, you'll take your CSS and HTML skills to the next level and learn how to create professional-quality websites. You'll find out the methods the pros use to quickly build effective sites that are easy to maintain and modify. You'll discover the secrets to ensuring you keep total creative control over every aspect of a site. You'll master specific techniques for using background images and controlling opacity, visibility, and scrollbars. You'll create picture thumbnail galleries, cool hover (mouseover) effects, drop-down menus and flyout menus, and animation effects that work on hover as well as touchscreens like the iPhone and iPad. You'll also discover wonderful easy-to-code methods for creating responsive layouts that scale well to all screen sizes and devices.

10. Creating Mobile Apps with HTML5: Learn about creating mobile apps with HTML5

Learn One of the Most Sought-after Skills in Mobile and Web Development

Do you want to make mobile apps that run on iPhone and iPad, as well as on Android, Blackberry, and Windows Phone? Sure you do! Do you want to learn five different programming languages? Of course you don't!

Fortunately, you're about to discover a better way to build apps. In this Creating Mobile Apps with HTML5 Online Course, you'll learn how to imagine, design, build, and optimize a cross-platform mobile app using the very latest HTML5 standards. The result will be a mobile app that's fast and runs on just about any smartphone or tablet computer.

You'll also learn some of the most sought-after skills in Web and mobile development, including:

For comprehensive information on units of study click the units of study tab above.

This is an incredible opportunity to invest in yourself and your future, sharpen your training skills and learn what it takes to create your own success with Courses For Success Today!

Course Fast Facts:

  1. This course is delivered 100% on-line and is accessible 24/7 from any computer or smartphone
  2. Instructors lead each course and you will be able to interact with them and ask questions
  3. You can study from home or at work at your own pace in your own time
  4. You can download printer friendly course material or save for viewing off line
  5. You will be awarded a certificate at completion of this course

How to study online course?

Upon enrolment an automated welcome email will be sent to you (please check your junk email inbox if not received as this is an automated email), in order for you to access your online course, which is Available 24/7 on any computer or smart mobile device. New courses start every month to ensure that we have the correct ratio of students to tutors available, please ensure you select a starting date when you go through our shopping cart, at checkout. The course is easy to follow and understand.

Recognition & Accreditation

All students who complete each course receive a certificate of completion per course, with a passing score (for the online assessment) and will be issued a certificate via email.

 The Advanced Web Pages 10 Course Bundle includes the following courses, below is a summary of each course: 

Course 1 - Certificate in Advanced Web Pages Online Course

What Is Advanced Web Design?
If you want to take your Web pages from okay to "wow," it’s time to move up to Web 2.0. In this lesson, you’ll explore the core elements of advanced Web design: interaction, animation, and page design that’s flexible and accessible to visitors on any device.

Creating Your First CSS Style Sheet

Today, you’ll enter the world of advanced Web design by building your first CSS style sheet. When you’re done, you’ll link this style sheet to an HTML page and discover how you can instantly make changes to that page—or even to a thousand pages at the same time. In addition, you’ll explore some key elements of Web page design.

Formatting Your Text

Your website text isn’t just a collection of words—it’s also a design element that can tell your visitors what you’re all about! In this lesson, you’ll find out how to specify the appearance of your text using your CSS style sheet. We’ll talk about setting your font size, color, line spacing, alignment, background, borders, margins, and padding.

Designing and Formatting Links

Links are a key part of any Web page, and there’s more to designing them than you might think. In this lesson, you’ll learn how to create links that suit the purpose of your site, the technological sophistication of your audience, and the image you want to portray. In addition, we’ll raise that controversial question when it comes to link design: to underline, or not to underline?

Formatting Selected Text and Creating Content Boxes

Today, you’ll expand your horizons by learning how to format selected page content. After that, you’ll take a big step into advanced design by discovering how to use class styles to design content boxes. In the process, you’ll learn all about two powerful Web design tools: div tags and span tags.

Creating Containers, Headers, and Footers

Each Web page is unique, but three elements are almost universal: a container, a header, and a footer. In this lesson, you’ll build these three elements by combining a new tool—ID styles—with div tags. In addition, you’ll find out how to embed div tags within containers.

Adding Columns and Interactivity

Today, you’ll take your layout to a new level by adding columns to your Web page. You’ll discover how to place multiple columns on a page, how to pad your columns, and how to create an attractive column layout that’s easy to read. In addition, we’ll make your columns interactive!

Making Your Pages Look Great on Any Device

Do you use a mobile device to browse the Web? More and more people do—and to keep them happy, you’ll need to provide mobile-friendly content. But how can you do that, and still design a page that works on a big screen? Today, you’ll find out how to create Web pages that look different, but still great, on both full-sized monitors and mobile devices.

Designing With HTML5

Web designers always need to be thinking about the future—and that future will include HTML5. In this lesson, you’ll learn all about the advantages of this up-and-coming coding language, and you’ll add HTML5 elements to your own Web page. In addition, you’ll find out which environments currently support HTML5 and which ones don’t.

Embedding Video in Your Web Pages

A great video can increase your website traffic, sell your products, or even make you a superstar. But here’s the big issue you’ll face as a Web designer: Not all video formats work with all browsers. In this lesson, you’ll learn how to overcome that problem as you master simple tricks for embedding videos that will play in any browsing environment.

Creating Forms

What do you need to know about your website’s visitors—their names, their email addresses, or maybe even how they rate your site? Today, you’ll find out how to collect information like this (and much more) by adding forms to your pages. In these chapters, you’ll build your own form, add form fields, and define where your collected data will go.

Uploading and Fine-Tuning Your Pages

You’ve mastered it all—interactivity, animation, and accessibility—and you’re ready to call yourself an advanced Web designer. Now it’s time to take the next step and reveal your site to the world. Today, you’ll learn how to upload your site to the Web and how to check your spelling, links, accessibility, and bro

Course 2 - Certificate in Creating Web Pages Online Course

Getting Started

In this lesson, you'll get started by learning where the Web is and how it works. We'll cover some important concepts and terminology, and hopefully clear up some buzzwords you may have heard but not quite understood. Then we'll go hands-on and get started creating your first website.

Create Your First Web Page

Today, you'll create your first Web page. You'll learn how to add tags and content to your page, view your page in a browser, reopen it in an editor to make additions and changes, save those changes, and then view the updated page in a Web browser. These skills will apply to every Web page you ever create, and they'll get you started on creating any page you can imagine.

Formatting Text

In today's lesson, you'll learn to beef up your pages with the design elements that you see in most websites. We'll discuss how to add headings, paragraphs, numbered lists, and bulleted lists to your pages, and we'll also talk about the secrets to adding special characters like © and &trade. Finally, you'll discover how to add links to other peoples' pages and to other pages within your own site.

Fun With Pictures

Here's your chance to add some visual excitement to your website! Today, we're going to learn the basics about adding pictures to your Web pages. You'll discover how to download pictures right off the Web, and you'll also learn how to prepare and use your own pictures from a digital camera.

Creating Tables

Tables are a terrific way to neatly organize content into rows and columns. You've no doubt seen tables used in other websites and countless other forms of publication. In today's lesson, you'll learn how to use HTML to create tables in your own Web pages!

HTML, XHTML, and CSS

If you've been involved in Web development at all during the last 20 years, you may have heard about HTML, XHTML, HTML5, and CSS. If you're new to all of this, it's a confusing mess of alphabet soup. In this lesson, you'll learn the who, how, what, when, where, and why of these technologies—and what you should use now so your website is in sync with current specs and future trends.

Getting Started With CSS

Virtually all modern websites use CSS style rules for all their website styling. In today's lesson, you'll learn what a style rule is, and you'll get some hands-on practice creating your own styles rules. You'll learn how to center and align pictures and text, and you'll discover the secrets to jazzing up your site with colors (and how to choose from the millions of color options available to you).

Creating a Page Layout

Today's lesson will introduce you to more advanced HTML and CSS topics, including how to create a page layout with a navigation bar. You'll learn how to create a page layout using div tags to put named page divisions in a Web page, and we'll discuss how to style your page divisions by adding an internal style sheet and some style rules.

Building Your Site

Most websites consist of multiple pages with some common content on each page. Today's lesson will teach you to use a layout page as template so you can build multipage websites more quickly. We'll cover liquid versus fixed layouts, how design a layout, and how to easily build additional pages from your layout page. This will help you to develop more professional-looking pages using the same modern coding techniques that seasoned professionals use!

Getting Noticed

Getting a site on the Internet is one thing. Getting people to notice it is quite another. In today's lesson, you'll learn about Internet directory services, search engines, Web-crawling infobots (not as creepy as they sound), and things you can do to make your own site stand out in the crowd!

Publish Your Website

In today's lesson, you'll learn how to publish your website for the whole world to see—well, at least anyone on the Internet. And best of all, you'll learn how to keep your site on the Internet, for free, forever!

Authoring Systems

In today's lesson, you'll learn about authoring systems like Dreamweaver and Expression Web, and how they can make Web development quicker and easier. You'll also learn a couple of ways to get an online presence without creating your own website!

Course 3 - Certificate in Designing Effective Websites Online Course

Form Versus Function.

This course is a different from most Web creation courses you'll find because it's not designed to teach you the mechanics of creating a Web page or how to use a particular software program. Instead, it's designed to help you take your Web site creations to the next level by enhancing both design and functionality. Together, we'll discover what attracts visitors to a Web site, and how to use design tools such as typography, Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), and multimedia to captivate visitors and keep them coming back.

Web Site Planning Process.

Visitors are attracted by good design, but content is what keeps them at the site longer and motivates them to return. Learn how to use two tools to attract and retain visitors: design critiques and a content inventory. Explore the six major development stages that yield expert design and smart content. Then study the three parts of Web design and the skills you'll need for each.

Interface Design.

By now, you probably understand that an interface is the screen visitors see and use when they visit any page of your site. Designing an interface is easy. Designing an effective interface, however, is more challenging. There are four main elements that you'll need to consider to make your site user-centric: usability, visualization, functionality, and accessibility. Explore each of these elements to see the thought that goes into effective interface design.

Site Structure.

Even if your basic content is accurate, attractive, and well written, your site won't function well without a solid and logical organizational foundation. Review the five basic steps involved in organizing information and four essential structures that you can use to build a Web site. Then learn how to create a flowchart for the pages you want to include on your site.

Site Design.

Web sites exist to inform, educate, persuade, or entertain. Take this opportunity to concentrate on site design themes that pay attention to information delivery. Learn how to organize elements in order to enable visitors to accomplish their own goals. Explore usability, content, and design.

Page Design.

Discover how you can use visual and graphic design, page layout, and grids to take your designs to the next level. At the same time, become familiar with design considerations like visual hierarchy, page dimensions, and white space.

Typography on the Web.

Typography plays a dual role by providing both verbal and visual communication. Almost any type of font will do to transmit information to others. But to convey the right type of mood along with the information takes a special type and color of font. Learn all the secrets here!

CSS and Font Embedding.

Find out how you can use Cascading Style Sheets to modify fonts. Become familiar with inline, document-level, and external (linked) style sheets, and learn how to create an external CSS file to control the formatting of any or all pages on your site. For the more adventurous, we'll also take a look at some early font embedding techniques and explore two popular Flash-related options currently in use.

Writing for the Web.

Before you write for the Web, you should take the time to understand how people read online. Become familiar with the use of titles, headlines, and subheads to assist readers in navigating your site. Discover the advantages of using a Web content management system. Learn how you can communicate more easily and informally with Web visitors by adding a blog to your site.

Images, Colors, and Layers.

You can use images to add interest to your site and to help with navigation. Early designers were limited graphically by HTML attributes, and later designers discovered they could use tables to place images. Today's designers also have the option of using CSS to position images on the screen. But believe it or not, many people still use text-based browsers. So, you'll learn how to make the information you convey through your images accessible to those individuals as well.

CSS Positioning: More Layers

The combination of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript allows you to create intensely interactive Web applications similar to any game or presentation built with traditional programming languages. This interaction of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript is known as Dynamic HTML or DHTML. Become familiar with the basics of DHTML, including code you can use to enhance your designs by adding layers to your pages.

Web 2.0 and Beyond

Early Web sites were created by a few to be read by many. Over the years, developers added interactivity to Web sites through discussion forums, chat rooms, and shopping carts. These features are part of what I think of as Web 1.0. Today the focus has shifted from the sponsor of the site to the visitor, and sites like Flickr and YouTube are popular. They're examples of Web 2.0 sites. Examine several popular Web 2.0 sites, and take a look ahead to Web 3.0.

Course 4 - Certificate in Responsive Web Design Online Course

Lesson 01 - What Is Responsive Web Design?
Responsive Web design is about building websites that are accessible, functional, inviting, and fit well into the array of environments in which people view websites. In this first lesson, we'll take a look at exactly what responsive Web design is, why it's necessary, and the basic concepts in building responsive websites. We'll also examine some models of responsive design and see what we can learn from them.

Lesson 02 - Relative Units of Measurement
How do you make a photo look good on the large viewport of a laptop and the small screen of a smartphone? And will text readable on a normal computer screen appear microscopic on a phone screen? If you want to design responsive websites, these questions are central to your work. Luckily, there are answers in the form of relative units of measurement, such as percent, em, and multiples. In this lesson, you'll learn how to apply relative units of measurement to optimize the display of images and text in different viewports and environments.

Lesson 03 - Creating Responsive Menus With Media Queries
Navigation menus are the road maps that help users navigate a website. They provide access to the site content, and they allow designers to lead users to engage with site content. So how can you make menus adapt to different browsing environments? Make them responsive, of course! In this lesson, we'll investigate how menus function differently depending on the browsing environment, and you'll find out how to design responsive menus that adapt to full-screen desktop or laptop environments as well as smartphones and tablets. The key to creating responsive menus is applying CSS3's @media feature, which you'll learn how to do here.

Lesson 04 - Responsive Color Schemes and Custom Web Fonts
As a Web designer, you probably think consciously about the right color schemes and fonts for a project. After all, color schemes and fonts are critical to "branding" your site. And they're important if you want your site to be engaging and inviting. But do the rules you follow for full-size site design apply to mobile sites as well? Maybe not! In this lesson, we'll talk about responsive color schemes and fonts that will ensure visibility and readability in a wide range of viewing environments. You'll learn how to test color schemes for contrast value, and we'll explore Google Fonts as a source of downloadable Web fonts compatible with mobile devices. No longer will you have to wonder whether visitors can read your site's text in different devices and lighting environments —you'll have tried-and-true solutions to that challenge!

Lesson 05 - Responsive Page Layout
What should a responsive page look like? If you said it should look different in a tablet or smartphone than it does in a laptop, you're onto something! But how can we make pages display optimally in different viewports? In this lesson, we'll explore a basic strategy of applying a 3-2-1 framework with stacked columns. You'll learn how to use media queries, HTML5's semantic elements, and logical operators to build pages that are user-friendly in devices of all sizes.

Lesson 06 - Providing Collapsible Content for Mobile
Mobile screens are tiny. So how can we fit all our website content onto them without making users scroll and pinch too much? In this lesson, you'll learn a simple way to collapse content into expandable blocks for mobile users, but present an alternate page layout for full-sized viewports. We'll use the HTML5 and tags to make content that users can expand or collapse on a small screen. You'll also use media queries to present the content in full-size viewports in columns rather than the expandable and collapsible blocks that work in mobile devices.

Lesson 07 - Making Images and Videos Responsive
Images and video present real challenges when we're designing responsive websites. Not only do we need to think about how these potentially large files display on small mobile devices, but we also need to consider how long users on slow connections will have to wait for multimedia to download. In this lesson, you'll learn an array of strategies for making sure photos aren't slowing down your responsive sites. We'll talk about compressing images to reduce file size while maintaining image quality, building a cache file to make photos download more quickly for users on return visits, and managing image downloads with jQuery widgets. You'll also learn what video hosts work best when designing responsive sites.

Lesson 08 - Using SVG Artwork in Responsive Design
Wouldn't it be nice if you could create or acquire images for the Web that were infinitely scalable, small in size, and showed no degradation in quality no matter what size they were viewed at? In fact, you can! The SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) format allows images to be displayed at any size without loss of resolution. SVG is not an appropriate format for photos (that's why we cover how to work with JPEG photos in Lesson 7). But SVG format is perfect for icons, logos, backgrounds, maps, illustrations—pretty much any artwork other than photos. In this lesson, you will learn to create and embed SVG images, and scale them responsively.

Lesson 09 - Designing Responsive Forms
When users visit our websites, we often want to collect something from them, be it contact information, a location, or order details. To accomplish any of those things, we need forms. Mobile and laptop/desktop users have very different requirements when it comes to accessible, inviting forms. In this lesson, you'll learn to recognize and appreciate those highly differing needs, and to design forms that are inviting and accessible in any environment. I'll show you how to use HTML5 input types to make forms easier to fill out in mobile environments, and we'll once again use media queries to customize the look and feel of our form depending on the viewport. The best part is, we can do all of this without any complicated scripting!

Lesson 10 - Adding Widgets With Bootstrap
You don't need to know any complicated coding languages to build responsive websites. But what if you want to add interactive, animated widgets based on JavaScript? You're in luck! Thanks to the Bootstrap framework, you can add these widgets and customize them within your pages even if you don't know JavaScript. In this lesson, you'll get an understanding of how JavaScript-based frameworks, libraries, and widgets work, and how to implement them in your website. We'll add custom buttons, navigation menus, and a carousel (automated slide show) using Bootstrap widgets—and yes, all of these components are responsive!

Lesson 11 - Providing an App-Like Experience With jQuery Mobile
A running theme in this course is that providing a truly responsive experience for users involves much more than scaling content to fit different viewports. In the final two lessons of this course, we'll expand our capacity to provide mobile users with an app-like experience. By that I mean integrating more styling and interactive animation. We'll do that by connecting with a set of widgets and animated elements from the jQuery Mobile framework. We'll also employ media queries to keep the full-sized viewport experience friendly—and best of all, we won't need to work with any complicated programming language to achieve an app-like experience in mobile devices!

Lesson 12 - Creating a Web App Interface for Mobile Users
What are mobile users looking for in a site's welcome page? Essentially, they want a set of navigation links that look and feel like an app. As we discussed in Lesson 11, native apps (custom-coded for specific operating systems) and Web apps look and feel very much the same to users, but Web apps are much easier to create. In this lesson, we'll continue to work with the jQuery Mobile framework to build a Web app welcome page that can serve as a mobile-friendly entryway into our site. We'll also define and apply a media query so that users coming from laptop- or desktop-sized viewports see a more traditional navigation bar that works well with large screens. As we go, we'll sum up what you've learned by building a home page to show off all the projects you've created in this class!

Course 5 - Certificate in Creating WordPress Websites Online Course

Getting Started With WordPress

In this first lesson, we'll explore the magic of WordPress! You'll discover how to use this free software to create an attractive, dynamic blog or website—without learning any special code. You'll find out what the two "flavors" of WordPress are and why we'll use the hosted WordPress.com version. Then you'll go online, sign up, and tour the WordPress Dashboard. You'll also plan your project and set goals for yourself.

Creating a Blog

What can a blog do that a website can't? Blogging's become a popular way to establish an online presence. We'll discuss how adding a blog can make a traditional website more effective. Then you'll build a blog with WordPress—by creating, refining, and categorizing posts. You'll also find out how to encourage and control visitor feedback.

Making a WordPress Website
Get the best of both worlds by combining a blog with a traditional website. In this lesson, you'll use WordPress to create and organize Web pages. And I'll show you how to convert your blog to a traditional website—or vice versa—with the click of a button.

Making Your Pages Look Great

This lesson's all about WordPress themes—the templates that give your website its look and feel. You'll discover how to choose a theme, install it, and tweak it.

Working With Images and Multimedia
Photos, drawings, charts, videos, and audio clips can make your website more appealing and understandable. In this lesson, I'll show you how to use WordPress to upload and insert images and multimedia files.

Functionality: Getting the Most Out of WordPress

Make your website or blog more informative and easier to navigate with some special WordPress tools. You'll learn how to use sidebar widgets, forms, maps, and syndicated newsfeeds to make your site more useful and usable.

Making a User-Friendly Website
If your online visitors have trouble understanding or navigating your website, they'll go somewhere else. This lesson helps you pinpoint and eliminate usability problems.

Polishing Our WordPress Website

In this lesson, we'll take a long, hard look at our class project and decide how to make it better. You'll create a front page featuring both static and dynamic content; add links to pages, documents, email, and other sites; and repair typos, grammatical errors, and other mistakes.

Getting Search Engines to Love Your Website
What if you launched a website and nobody came? This lesson will show you how to keep that from happening. You'll find out what makes search engines tick and how to get them to visit your pages.

Making the Most of Statistics and Social Networking

Statistics are just a bunch of numbers if you don’t know how to use them. We’ll focus on how to analyze stats so you can improve your site. You’ll also find out how to tie your WordPress pages into social sites like Facebook and Twitter.

Launching Your WordPress Website
It's time to put the finishing touches on your site. This lesson includes a prelaunch checklist, so your online guests won't find any mistakes. I'll also show you how to promote the site and manage contributors.

Getting the Most From WordPress

In our final lesson, you’ll learn how to build a sophisticated form, and I’ll review all the optional upgrades WordPress offers. You’ll discover how to personalize your domain name, use your mobile phone to update Web pages, and access the files that control your site’s appearance. I’ll also examine the pros and cons of moving to the self-hosted version of WordPress.

Course 6 - Certificate in Creating WordPress Websites II Online Course

Getting Started With WordPress

In this first lesson, you'll find out why WordPress is among the world's most popular Web publishing platforms and how it's designed to help nontechnical people create good-looking, dynamic websites. I'll discuss what it takes to set up a self-hosted WordPress site, and you'll learn how to choose a domain name, find a hosting company, and access your piece of the World Wide Web!

Setting Up Your WordPress WebsiteLesson 02

Today, you'll learn how to upload files to your website, and we'll tour the WordPress administrative area and configure some basic settings. I'll also show you how to organize your site so your visitors will get the most out of it.

WordPress Themes: Bringing Your Website to Life
A WordPress theme gives your website a professionally designed look with a single mouse click. In this lesson, we'll discuss how themes work, where to find them, and how to install them. We'll compare free themes with those you have to pay for, and we'll also talk about the theme we're using for our class website project.

Creating Pages, Posts, and Menus

Today's lesson is all about organizing written content! We'll discuss how to enter and organize the information your visitors are looking for, and how to create pages and posts. You'll also find out how to put together a custom menu to guide your guests around the site. You want to arrange your articles so they're easy to find, and that's just what we're going to discuss today.

Adding Images, Videos, and Other Digital Media
Now you're ready to start adding to your website—the details that will give it that extra-special touch! In today's lesson, you'll learn how to add photos, videos, maps, and documents to your Web pages without leaving the WordPress application. And we'll also discuss how to manage these files and create an image gallery to display your photographs.

There's a Plugin for That

In this lesson, you'll learn how to use plugins, the features that you can add to WordPress with a single mouse click. I'll show you where to find thousands of these free mini-programs and how to use them.

Customizing Your Website, Part 1

You likely know a bit about HTML and CSS, but today we'll cover HTML and CSS coding in more detail. Don't worry if this is foreign to you. I'll introduce you to the basics of each language, and you'll quickly discover how to change font styles, sizes, and colors; create lists; and work with margins. With this knowledge, you can customize your website so it'll look just how you want it to look!

Customizing Your Website, Part 2

As we continue exploring how to customize WordPress websites in this lesson, you'll discover an application that will spare you countless hours of drudgery. You'll also find out more ways to change the way your site looks, and you'll learn how to create a custom WordPress theme without learning the basic scripting language. Then you'll learn how to set up widgets, which fill your sidebars with information and features.

Monetizing Your Website
So how can you use your WordPress website to make money? That's what this lesson is all about. You'll learn ways to create pay-per-click, advertising, and affiliate marketing programs. And we'll also discuss PayPal and credit card processing and set up a shopping cart.

Site Work and Social Networking

Today, we'll focus on the details that'll make your website stand out. You'll find out how to create a consistent style and set up an eye-catching slide show on your home page. We'll also discuss how to market your site using social networking plugins designed for WordPress.

WordPress SEO, Statistics, and Analysis
Search engines love WordPress websites! In this lesson, we'll talk about how to get higher search page results, and we'll explore ways to collect and analyze data to ensure we're attracting and informing our target audience.

Digging Deeper Into WordPress: Tips, Tricks, and Hacks

In our final lesson, you'll learn to use the WordPress Loop to customize your website. We'll also discuss some time-saving tips and tricks about handling contributors, bolstering security, and making your pages look great in mobile browsers!

Course 7 - Certificate in Introduction to CSS3 and HTML5 Online Course

Getting Started

In this first lesson, you'll learn whom this class is for and what it's all about. We'll get hands-on right away, creating a folder and adjusting some settings in your operating system and editor so you're ready to start creating a website. We'll discuss the basics of what HTML5 and CSS3 are all about, as well as why you'll want to learn to use them. And finally, you'll learn to save time by creating an HTML5 page template that you can use as the starting point for each new page you create in this course and later on your own.

Styling Your Website

Today, you'll grow to appreciate the beauty and practicality of using CSS to style your entire website. You'll discover how CSS lets you create design elements that give your site a consistent look, feel, and unique identity. And if you ever decide to change something in your styling, you won't have to go digging through all the pages individually to make changes. You just change your style sheet in one place, and all the pages in the site update instantly and automatically.

Styling Backgrounds

Background colors, photos, textures, patterns, and gradients can really add some pizzazz to your website. In today's lesson, you'll learn to do them all, and you'll have a lot of fun doing so.

Borders, Corners, and Shadows

In today's lesson, you'll learn how to add some real professional polish to your design with borders, rounded corners, and drop shadows. And better yet, they're easy to do, thanks to some simple CSS properties.

Styling Text

Today, you'll learn about the many ways you can style your text with CSS, including fonts, text shadows, and more. We'll start with an overview of the primary tags for text markup in HTML. Then we'll look at the many properties CSS offers for making your text look great!

Spice It Up With Pictures

Pictures add a lot of visual interest to any website, and in today's lesson, you'll learn all about using pictures in your site. We'll start with an overview of the types of pictures you can use, and we'll go over how to insert them using HTML tags. Then we'll talk about ways you can float, position, and size pictures using CSS

Mastering Style Classes and Link Styles

In today's lesson, you'll learn about style classes and links. Style classes are a great tool for defining styles that you can use freely wherever you want throughout your site. They can be a real boon to your creativity and a real time-saver for managing your styles. You'll also learn about pseudo-classes, which are a special type of class for styling links and mouse-over effects. And as an added bonus, you'll learn some advanced techniques for links including opening pages in a new window, using jump links within a page, adding tooltips to your links, using pictures as links, and creating email links.

Fun With Sound and Video

Nothing brings a site to life better than sound and video. In today's lesson, you'll learn all the newest and most modern techniques for playing sounds and showing videos on your site. You'll learn the secrets of embedding YouTube videos on your pages so you don't have to upload video files to your own site. And you'll learn about all the modern file formats and HTML5 tags for embedding sound and music into your pages without using YouTube or any other site.

Styling Tables

HTML tables are the perfect tool for displaying information in rows and columns, like tables you see in print. In today's lesson, you'll learn techniques for styling tables with traditional CSS, as well as brand new CSS3 techniques that really make tables shine with minimal coding!

Mastering the CSS Box Model

Getting control of the size and location of things and the gaps between them can be a real challenge for Web designers. Most of the mystery and frustration that designers experience stems from not understanding the CSS Box Model, which defines how things behave and provides a rich set of tools for managing widths, heights, margins, and padding. Today's lesson is all about solving the mysteries and overcoming the frustrations by exposing the secrets of the ever-important CSS Box Model.

Creating Modern Page Layouts

Modern business websites often use page layouts that include a header, footer, sidebar columns, and a navigation bar. Historically, these layouts were done using HTML tables or div tags. Now and in the future, we'll be using a new set of layout tags in HTML5 to define our layout sections. In today's lesson, you'll learn what those tags are, how to make them work in new and older browsers alike, and some professional-grade techniques for styling them with CSS.

Making a Multi-column Layout

Today's lesson will be all about adding side columns to your layout, be it a left column, a right column, or both left and right columns. As an added bonus, we'll add a vertical navigation bar to a side column with the links large enough that they're easy to work with a mouse, as well as a fingertip or stylus on a mobile touch screen.

Course 8 - Certificate in Advanced CSS3 and HTML5 Online Course

Elements of an Advanced Website

In this first lesson, we'll survey how great websites attract visitors and make content inviting and accessible. You'll find out how effective websites gather valuable information about who's visiting the site, and you'll learn how sites attract and retain mobile users

Building a Basic Web Page With HTML5 and CSS3

This lesson is a compressed, intense survey of the basic techniques involved in building modern Web pages with HTML5 and CSS3. Today you'll examine, deconstruct, and customize an HTML page and a style sheet.

Testing and Uploading Your Site

Today's lesson balances art and technology. It's time to define and apply a color scheme to your site. Then we'll test the HTML and CSS code for errors and check links and spelling. After that, you'll be ready to upload your site to a remote host.

Improving Your Site Design With Gradient Backgrounds and Custom Fonts

In this lesson, we'll explore two techniques for creating inviting websites: CSS3 gradient backgrounds and Web fonts. Both of these help you create an engaging and distinctive look for your site. Most important, new CSS3-based techniques allow you to implement these features in a way that doesn't affect download time!

Embedding Native Video

"Native video" plays in a browser without any plug-in software. HTML5 marked the emergence of native video, and all current-generation browsers support it. In this lesson, you'll learn what its advantages are and how to present it in formats that are accessible to the greatest possible range of users.

Building Forms

Collecting data through forms is one of the most valuable and underrated elements of advanced Web design. In this lesson, you'll learn to build basic forms, so visitors can sign up for your email list.

Enhancing Forms and Collecting Form Data

In this lesson, we'll explore some remarkable new features in HTML5 that make it easier and more inviting for people to fill out forms. We'll also look at how server-side scripts manage form data.

Structuring Pages With HTML5 Semantic Markup

HTML5 semantic elements are a radically new and better way to structure Web page content. In this lesson, you'll learn to apply them.

Advanced Responsive Design

How do the needs of smartphone and tablet users differ from the needs of laptop and desktop users? In this lesson, you'll build on basic fluid design techniques by adding media queries that allow you to design a completely distinct look and feel for different-sized browsing environments.

Building Slide Shows With jQuery, HTML, and CSS

Slide shows are one of the most widely used elements of attractive, inviting Web pages. In this lesson, you'll download a jQuery slide show widget, and then you'll customize its HTML and CSS code to integrate it into a website.

Creating Web Apps With jQuery Mobile

We've talked about jQuery, but what about jQuery Mobile? In this lesson, you'll use it as you create app-like mobile Web pages. You'll also integrate them into a site, and we'll discuss how to build sites that work well in any environment.

Customizing jQuery Mobile Themes

It's time to give your mobile site some style. ThemeRoller for jQuery Mobile generates custom CSS for jQuery Mobile sites. With ThemeRoller, you can define global styling elements like fonts and color swatches that you can apply throughout a mobile site.

Course 9 - Certificate in Intermediate CSS3 and HTML5 Online Course

Get Geared Up
In today's lesson, we're going to start off with a quick review of what CSS and HTML are all about, the syntax of each language, and the key concepts and terminology. Then we'll go hands-on and actually create a new website to use as working example for more hands-on practice throughout the course. And finally, we'll reveal some of the mysteries of the Web browser rendering engines that turn the code we write into the beautiful creations you see on your computer screen.

Advanced Backgrounds
Understand the viewport and its importance in Web design, and apply it to some advanced techniques for background images.

CSS Positioning
In today's lesson, you'll learn how to take your Web design skills to a whole new level with CSS static, relative, fixed, and absolute positioning. You'll also find out how to position things exactly where you want them, even stack and overlap them, just like the pros do.

Opacity, Visibility, and Scroll Bars
Many of the more advanced interactive techniques for designing Web pages requires an understanding of the CSS properties and values necessary for controlling opacity, visibility, and scroll bars. Drop-down menus, pop-up thumbnail galleries, and scrolling textboxes are built from these things. Today's lesson introduces you to all the concepts, as well as the CSS properties and values you need to build such things. You'll then apply these techniques through the course to create ever more interactive pages.

Creating Interactive Pages
In today's lesson, you're going to learn how to apply advanced techniques like visibility, absolute positioning, and :hover to some fun things like thumbnail photo galleries and interactive facts. We'll go over some practical examples of the concepts, and I'll provide you with some code you can drop right into your own pages and use with minimal alteration. You'll also discover the secret to making the CSS :hover event work on devices like the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch, which don't always play nice with events that are designed to work with mouse pointers.

Using Downloadable Fonts
Web developers often feel shackled by the small selection of Web-safe fonts available on most computers. In today's lesson, I hope to free you from those shackles by sharing knowledge of downloadable fonts and the modern Web Open Font Format (WOFF), as well as the CSS @font-face rule that make them possible. With this knowledge, you'll be able to choose from thousands of fonts for your website.

Fancy Navigation Bars
Today's lesson is all about creating cool-looking navigation bars and tabs like you see in professional sites. You'll learn different ways to size and position the buttons and tabs, how to use background images that change on mouse over, and how to highlight the tab that represents the current page to the user.

Creating Drop-Down and Flyout Menus
Today's lesson will help you use the skills you've gained so far to create some complex navigation tools with drop-down and flyout menus like the ones you may have seen in some large, professionally developed websites. Along the way, you'll learn how you can use the CSS rule of specificity to create complex designs with minimal code.

Mastering the Layout
In today's lesson, we'll step back from the fine details on which we've focused for the past few lessons, and look again at the bigger picture of the entire page layout. You'll see how pages are likely to look going forward with HTML5 and CSS3, and you'll pick up some new tricks for making your pages better for the browsers and devices of today and tomorrow. And finally, you'll learn a new technique for making multicolumn layouts easier than ever.

Responsive Web Design
Responsive Web Design is a popular buzzword in the Web design business these days. It's all about designing your website so it looks good and works well on the wide range of devices people use to access the Web these days, including smartphones, tablets, portable computers, desktop computers, gaming consoles, and television sets. In today's lesson, you'll learn smart and relatively simple techniques that you can start using right now to ensure that your site looks and behaves its best across all those different media.

Animations with Transform and Transition
Despite their widespread use on the Web today, HTML5 and CSS3 are still not W3C final recommendations. A W3C spec isn't a final recommendation until it's had years of real-world use. The most important and most needed features of the languages received browser support very quickly. Some of the more "out there" tags and properties are being adopted more slowly, but they do represent some really cool animations and other fun stuff you'll want to know about now. Today's lesson is about those upcoming features.

Expanding Your Horizons
Today's lesson will help you expand your horizons into other areas of Web development and app development. We'll discuss the difference between front-end and back-end languages. You'll learn the purpose of JavaScript and jQuery. You'll understand server-side technologies like PHP, MySQL, ASP.Net, and SQL Server—what they are, how you'd use them, and why you might want to learn them.

Course 10 - Certificate in Creating Mobile Apps with HTML5 Online Course

The Basics of Mobile Apps and App Design
What are the compelling reasons for developing mobile apps with HTML5? And why are some of the Web's biggest players—including Google, Facebook, and Twitter—moving all their apps to the mobile Web? Today you'll learn four principles for designing great mobile apps, and you'll get acquainted with the concept of "mobile first" Web development. By the end of this lesson, you'll be ready to start writing an app.

Building Your First Mobile App

Today you'll follow the progress of employees at a fictitious company as they build a mobile app. In the process, you'll set up your tools and get your hands dirty with some real HTML5 code.

Introducing HTML5

HTML5 is the latest version of the markup language of the Web. In this lesson, you'll learn why Web developers and mobile developers are so gung-ho for HTML5. More importantly, you'll find out how you can use it to write your own webpages. By the end of the lesson, you'll understand the basics of markup languages and HTML5 syntax.

Formatting HTML5 With CSS3

CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) will make your Web apps workable on the largest number of devices, and it'll make your code easier to maintain. In this lesson, you'll use CSS to format HTML documents. We'll also look at the new capabilities that are possible with CSS version 3.

Scripting With JavaScript

JavaScript is the programming language of the mobile Web. In this lesson, you'll learn to use JavaScript to add interactivity to mobile apps

Jump-Start Your App With jQuery Mobile

Today's lesson is all about getting things done faster, better, and with less effort! You'll use jQuery Mobile to make your HTML5 apps feel at home on mobile devices. You'll also use JavaScript libraries and frameworks to get more done in less time.

Accessing Device Features and Storage

By accessing built-in device features such as offline storage and location services, you can make your mobile Web apps much more dynamic. In this lesson, you'll learn what's possible and how to do it.

Web APIs and Mashups

No Web app is an island. Hundreds of app developers have made certain features of their software available using Web Application Programming Interfaces. By using these APIs to retrieve data and then combining different data sources, you can create endless combinations called mashups.

HTML5 Graphics and Animation

Graphics and animation can really spice up your mobile apps. The mobile Web has special requirements and technologies that you need to be aware of, however. In this lesson, you'll learn to optimize your graphics for the mobile Web.

Optimizing for Mobile Devices

Smartphones and tablets come in different shapes and sizes. In this lesson, you'll learn to make your Web app look good on the largest possible variety of devices. You'll also add some meta tags that will give your app more polish on iPhone and Android. Then we'll touch on touch-enabling your app.

Maximizing Mobile Performance

A responsive app doesn't keep the user waiting. In this lesson, you'll learn tools and techniques to make your app responsive.

Convert Your App to a Native App

Native apps give you access to more device features and to the distribution power of an app store. Learn how to use PhoneGap to convert your Web app into a native one for multiple mobile operating systems.

Entry requirements

Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills.

Minimum education

Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course.

Computer requirements

Students will need access to a computer and the internet. 

Minimum specifications for the computer are:

Windows:

  • Microsoft Windows XP, or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Internet Explorer 8 or later, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

MAC/iOS

  • OSX/iOS 6 or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

All systems

  • Internet bandwidth of 1Mb or faster
  • Flash player or a browser with HTML5 video capabilities(Currently Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

Students will also need access the following applications:

Adobe Acrobat Reader

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About this Course

Get Advanced Web Pages, Creating Web Pages, Designing Effective Websites, Responsive Web Design, Creating WordPress Websites, Creating WordPress Websites II, Introduction to CSS3 and HTML5, Advanced CSS3 and HTML5, Intermediate CSS3 and HTML5 and Creating Mobile Apps with HTML5 in this Bundle

1. Advanced Web Pages: Learn Advanced Web Pages

Learn How to Create Modern Websites
In the advanced web pages online course, you'll learn to write HTML code for page content and CSS code for page styling. You'll master cutting-edge techniques that take advantage of HTML5 and CSS3, the latest versions of the languages used to create modern websites.

With the help of step-by-step instructions, you'll build interactivewebsites that collect information from visitors through email signup and feedback forms. In addition, you'll learn the latest and most effective techniques for presenting layouts and video that work in any browsing environment from a desktop computer to a mobile device. Along the way, you'll explore aesthetics, color scheming, and accessible Web page design.

And don't worry if you have only the most basic exposure to Web design! This course walks you all the way through to purchasing and uploading your site to a remote server. You won't need any special software, either—just the text editor that comes installed with your computer.

Whether you're a beginner or an experienced Web designer wanting to update and enhance your skills, this course is perfect for you. In just a few weeks, you'll be designing state-of-the-art websites that offer all the sophisticated elements that today's Web users expect to see.

2. Creating Web Pages: Learn about creating web pages online

Learn About the Capabilities of the World Wide Web and the Fundamentals of Web Design
Create and post your very own Web site on the Internet using HTML in this extensive, hands-on, online six week Creating Web Pages Online Course.

First, with your instructor's patient guidance, you'll plan the content, structure and layout of your Web site, create pages full of neatly formatted text, build links between the pages and to the outside world, and add color, backgrounds, graphics, and tables.

You'll also learn critical and timely information on securing the best possible location in search engine listings, and powerful no-cost or low-cost web marketing strategies.

3. Designing Effective Websites: Learn how to design effective websites

Learn Web Development Processes
These days, creating a Web site is so easy almost anyone can do it. But with all the competition on the Web, creating a site that's effective is more challenging than ever. To do that, you need to employ good design principles.

Regardless of your current skills or level of knowledge, in this Certificate in Designing Effective Websites Online Course you'll master the basics of Web design and learn how to build sites that are better and more effective. Get ready to take your Web design skills to the next level!

We'll examine the tension between form and function, explore the six major states of the Web site development process, and learn the basics of user-centered design.

We'll also review the five basic steps to organizing information, find out how site design themes can be used for information delivery, and review Web page design considerations.

Along the way, we'll talk about effective type and graphics and explore the idea of Web 2.0.

This course is a must for Web designers, giving the tips and tools that will help them establish a solid career.

4. Responsive Web Design: Learn to build fully responsive websites

Learn to build fully responsive websites
In today's online environment, designers must create websites that are responsive. Their sites must reshape and morph to provide a positive experience in every viewport—from small touch-screen environments to large-screen browsers where users interact using a mouse or pointing device. This is the heart of responsive Web design (RWD).

In this course, you'll learn to identify and address every aspect of responsive Web design: from scaling elements and adjusting page layout, to adapting color schemes and implementing accessible forms. You'll master how to use HTML5 linked to media queries in CSS3 to adapt content to fit your user's viewport, and see how jQuery Mobile can help you to mobile sites.

Today's world of Web design requires building sites that are intuitive, inviting, accessible, and attractive in every possible device and environment. In this course, you'll learn to design and build fully responsive websites optimized for smartphones, tablets, and laptop/desktop viewing environments.

5. Creating WordPress Websites: Learn how to create WordPress websites

Get Hands-on Experience in Creating WordPress Sites and Blogs
Want to build an attractive, sophisticated blog or website—without having to learn any special coding? WordPress is the answer you're looking for! WordPress is one of the world's most popular Web design tools because it's free, it's easy to use, and it produces professional results.

In this Certificate in Creating WordPress Websites Online Course, you'll get hands-on experience with this powerful tool as you create your own WordPress site and blog.

As you walk through the process from start to finish, you'll find out how to use WordPress to create pages and posts, add images and videos, change a site's look and feel, and include user-friendly features.

You'll discover the ease of using WordPress design themes to express your creativity, and you'll see how much fun it is to be part of the vibrant WordPress online community.

In addition to mastering the technical elements of WordPress, you'll learn how to organize a blog or website, create appealing content, and achieve better positions on search engine results pages.

By the end of this course, you'll be able to confidently use WordPress to create a blog or a personal, business, or organizational website.

6.Creating WordPress Websites II: Learn how to create WordPress websites II

Learn How to Build Content Management Websites and Blogs with WordPress.org
Create a website that can do just about anything, without any technical coding! In this course, you'll learn how to build content management websites and blogs with WordPress.org, the world's most popular Web page publisher.

Content management lets you control your own site by providing an easy-to-use online administrative area that makes creating and updating content as simple as sending an email.

Your online visitors will be able to comment on your articles, fill out forms and applications, buy your products, and even make appointments.

You'll master each step, from selecting a domain name and a hosting company to installing WordPress and creating pages.

You'll discover how to insert images and multimedia, create a user-friendly navigation system, and take advantage of the dynamic add-on features known as plug-ins.

You'll explore how to turn your website into an ecommerce powerhouse and improve search engine page results. And you'll also learn some HTML and CSS coding to customize your site's look and feel.

If you want to build or maintain a professional WordPress website with all the bells and whistles, this Certificate in Creating WordPress Websites II Online Course is for you.

7. Introduction to CSS3 and HTML5:Learn to create websites after the introduction to CSS3 and HTML5

Take your existing HTML skills to the next level and start building sites like the pros
If you want to survive and excel in the fast-paced world of Web publishing, you're going to need to keep up with ever-evolving standards. The new standard for Web developers is to use CSS3 and HTML5.

CSS3 and HTML5 not only make it easier for you to build and manage large Web sites, these powerful languages can also give you more precise control over the appearance of every page you build. Almost every Web development tool--including Dreamweaver, Microsoft Expressions Web, and Visual Web Developer--offer support for CSS3 and HTML5.

This Certificate in Introduction to CSS3 and HTML5 Online Course will provide you with the foundation you'll need to master two critical and fast-growing new Web languages. If you're a Web developer, why not begin your transition to CSS3 and HTML5 today?

Learn how to create state-of-the-art Web sites using modern CSS3 and HTML5 techniques.


8. Advanced CSS3 and HTML5: You need to know how to work with CSS3 and HTML5

Start Now To Learn Advanced CSS3 and HTML5 Online Course
You've heard the buzz about CSS3 and HTML5? These latest versions of HTML and CSS have redefined how Web pages are created. So if you're going to design Web pages, you need to know how to work with CSS3 and HTML5.

This course will teach you how to take advantage of HTML5 "semantic" tags that make page design far more intuitive, faster, and easier compared to older versions of HTML. And you'll learn to use HTML5 to create basic mobile pages and apps.

In this class, you'll learn to use HTML5 to provide video that works in any environment. HTML5 makes it possible to build inviting forms that test user data without back-end coding. It also allows designers to include friendly tools like calendars, calculators, and color palettes to encourage accurate user input. You'll leave this course with the skills to create all those elements.

And you'll learn to wield new CSS3 features essential for fast-loading, exciting, interactive websites, especially mobile sites. You'll create complex gradient blend backgrounds for pages and page elements, without using image files. And you'll learn to use jQuery Mobile to create app-like mobile Web pages and themes— complex sets of styles for mobile sites.

In short, you'll leave this course with valuable skills essential to creating modern websites.

 9. Intermediate CSS3 and HTML5: Learn about intermediate CSS3 and HTML5

Deepen your Knowledge in CSS3 and HTML5
In this Certificate in Intermediate CSS3 and HTML5 Online Course, you'll take your CSS and HTML skills to the next level and learn how to create professional-quality websites. You'll find out the methods the pros use to quickly build effective sites that are easy to maintain and modify. You'll discover the secrets to ensuring you keep total creative control over every aspect of a site. You'll master specific techniques for using background images and controlling opacity, visibility, and scrollbars. You'll create picture thumbnail galleries, cool hover (mouseover) effects, drop-down menus and flyout menus, and animation effects that work on hover as well as touchscreens like the iPhone and iPad. You'll also discover wonderful easy-to-code methods for creating responsive layouts that scale well to all screen sizes and devices.

10. Creating Mobile Apps with HTML5: Learn about creating mobile apps with HTML5

Learn One of the Most Sought-after Skills in Mobile and Web Development

Do you want to make mobile apps that run on iPhone and iPad, as well as on Android, Blackberry, and Windows Phone? Sure you do! Do you want to learn five different programming languages? Of course you don't!

Fortunately, you're about to discover a better way to build apps. In this Creating Mobile Apps with HTML5 Online Course, you'll learn how to imagine, design, build, and optimize a cross-platform mobile app using the very latest HTML5 standards. The result will be a mobile app that's fast and runs on just about any smartphone or tablet computer.

You'll also learn some of the most sought-after skills in Web and mobile development, including:

For comprehensive information on units of study click the units of study tab above.

This is an incredible opportunity to invest in yourself and your future, sharpen your training skills and learn what it takes to create your own success with Courses For Success Today!

Course Fast Facts:

  1. This course is delivered 100% on-line and is accessible 24/7 from any computer or smartphone
  2. Instructors lead each course and you will be able to interact with them and ask questions
  3. You can study from home or at work at your own pace in your own time
  4. You can download printer friendly course material or save for viewing off line
  5. You will be awarded a certificate at completion of this course

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Recognition & Accreditation

All students who complete each course receive a certificate of completion per course, with a passing score (for the online assessment) and will be issued a certificate via email.

 The Advanced Web Pages 10 Course Bundle includes the following courses, below is a summary of each course: 

Course 1 - Certificate in Advanced Web Pages Online Course

What Is Advanced Web Design?
If you want to take your Web pages from okay to "wow," it’s time to move up to Web 2.0. In this lesson, you’ll explore the core elements of advanced Web design: interaction, animation, and page design that’s flexible and accessible to visitors on any device.

Creating Your First CSS Style Sheet

Today, you’ll enter the world of advanced Web design by building your first CSS style sheet. When you’re done, you’ll link this style sheet to an HTML page and discover how you can instantly make changes to that page—or even to a thousand pages at the same time. In addition, you’ll explore some key elements of Web page design.

Formatting Your Text

Your website text isn’t just a collection of words—it’s also a design element that can tell your visitors what you’re all about! In this lesson, you’ll find out how to specify the appearance of your text using your CSS style sheet. We’ll talk about setting your font size, color, line spacing, alignment, background, borders, margins, and padding.

Designing and Formatting Links

Links are a key part of any Web page, and there’s more to designing them than you might think. In this lesson, you’ll learn how to create links that suit the purpose of your site, the technological sophistication of your audience, and the image you want to portray. In addition, we’ll raise that controversial question when it comes to link design: to underline, or not to underline?

Formatting Selected Text and Creating Content Boxes

Today, you’ll expand your horizons by learning how to format selected page content. After that, you’ll take a big step into advanced design by discovering how to use class styles to design content boxes. In the process, you’ll learn all about two powerful Web design tools: div tags and span tags.

Creating Containers, Headers, and Footers

Each Web page is unique, but three elements are almost universal: a container, a header, and a footer. In this lesson, you’ll build these three elements by combining a new tool—ID styles—with div tags. In addition, you’ll find out how to embed div tags within containers.

Adding Columns and Interactivity

Today, you’ll take your layout to a new level by adding columns to your Web page. You’ll discover how to place multiple columns on a page, how to pad your columns, and how to create an attractive column layout that’s easy to read. In addition, we’ll make your columns interactive!

Making Your Pages Look Great on Any Device

Do you use a mobile device to browse the Web? More and more people do—and to keep them happy, you’ll need to provide mobile-friendly content. But how can you do that, and still design a page that works on a big screen? Today, you’ll find out how to create Web pages that look different, but still great, on both full-sized monitors and mobile devices.

Designing With HTML5

Web designers always need to be thinking about the future—and that future will include HTML5. In this lesson, you’ll learn all about the advantages of this up-and-coming coding language, and you’ll add HTML5 elements to your own Web page. In addition, you’ll find out which environments currently support HTML5 and which ones don’t.

Embedding Video in Your Web Pages

A great video can increase your website traffic, sell your products, or even make you a superstar. But here’s the big issue you’ll face as a Web designer: Not all video formats work with all browsers. In this lesson, you’ll learn how to overcome that problem as you master simple tricks for embedding videos that will play in any browsing environment.

Creating Forms

What do you need to know about your website’s visitors—their names, their email addresses, or maybe even how they rate your site? Today, you’ll find out how to collect information like this (and much more) by adding forms to your pages. In these chapters, you’ll build your own form, add form fields, and define where your collected data will go.

Uploading and Fine-Tuning Your Pages

You’ve mastered it all—interactivity, animation, and accessibility—and you’re ready to call yourself an advanced Web designer. Now it’s time to take the next step and reveal your site to the world. Today, you’ll learn how to upload your site to the Web and how to check your spelling, links, accessibility, and bro

Course 2 - Certificate in Creating Web Pages Online Course

Getting Started

In this lesson, you'll get started by learning where the Web is and how it works. We'll cover some important concepts and terminology, and hopefully clear up some buzzwords you may have heard but not quite understood. Then we'll go hands-on and get started creating your first website.

Create Your First Web Page

Today, you'll create your first Web page. You'll learn how to add tags and content to your page, view your page in a browser, reopen it in an editor to make additions and changes, save those changes, and then view the updated page in a Web browser. These skills will apply to every Web page you ever create, and they'll get you started on creating any page you can imagine.

Formatting Text

In today's lesson, you'll learn to beef up your pages with the design elements that you see in most websites. We'll discuss how to add headings, paragraphs, numbered lists, and bulleted lists to your pages, and we'll also talk about the secrets to adding special characters like © and &trade. Finally, you'll discover how to add links to other peoples' pages and to other pages within your own site.

Fun With Pictures

Here's your chance to add some visual excitement to your website! Today, we're going to learn the basics about adding pictures to your Web pages. You'll discover how to download pictures right off the Web, and you'll also learn how to prepare and use your own pictures from a digital camera.

Creating Tables

Tables are a terrific way to neatly organize content into rows and columns. You've no doubt seen tables used in other websites and countless other forms of publication. In today's lesson, you'll learn how to use HTML to create tables in your own Web pages!

HTML, XHTML, and CSS

If you've been involved in Web development at all during the last 20 years, you may have heard about HTML, XHTML, HTML5, and CSS. If you're new to all of this, it's a confusing mess of alphabet soup. In this lesson, you'll learn the who, how, what, when, where, and why of these technologies—and what you should use now so your website is in sync with current specs and future trends.

Getting Started With CSS

Virtually all modern websites use CSS style rules for all their website styling. In today's lesson, you'll learn what a style rule is, and you'll get some hands-on practice creating your own styles rules. You'll learn how to center and align pictures and text, and you'll discover the secrets to jazzing up your site with colors (and how to choose from the millions of color options available to you).

Creating a Page Layout

Today's lesson will introduce you to more advanced HTML and CSS topics, including how to create a page layout with a navigation bar. You'll learn how to create a page layout using div tags to put named page divisions in a Web page, and we'll discuss how to style your page divisions by adding an internal style sheet and some style rules.

Building Your Site

Most websites consist of multiple pages with some common content on each page. Today's lesson will teach you to use a layout page as template so you can build multipage websites more quickly. We'll cover liquid versus fixed layouts, how design a layout, and how to easily build additional pages from your layout page. This will help you to develop more professional-looking pages using the same modern coding techniques that seasoned professionals use!

Getting Noticed

Getting a site on the Internet is one thing. Getting people to notice it is quite another. In today's lesson, you'll learn about Internet directory services, search engines, Web-crawling infobots (not as creepy as they sound), and things you can do to make your own site stand out in the crowd!

Publish Your Website

In today's lesson, you'll learn how to publish your website for the whole world to see—well, at least anyone on the Internet. And best of all, you'll learn how to keep your site on the Internet, for free, forever!

Authoring Systems

In today's lesson, you'll learn about authoring systems like Dreamweaver and Expression Web, and how they can make Web development quicker and easier. You'll also learn a couple of ways to get an online presence without creating your own website!

Course 3 - Certificate in Designing Effective Websites Online Course

Form Versus Function.

This course is a different from most Web creation courses you'll find because it's not designed to teach you the mechanics of creating a Web page or how to use a particular software program. Instead, it's designed to help you take your Web site creations to the next level by enhancing both design and functionality. Together, we'll discover what attracts visitors to a Web site, and how to use design tools such as typography, Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), and multimedia to captivate visitors and keep them coming back.

Web Site Planning Process.

Visitors are attracted by good design, but content is what keeps them at the site longer and motivates them to return. Learn how to use two tools to attract and retain visitors: design critiques and a content inventory. Explore the six major development stages that yield expert design and smart content. Then study the three parts of Web design and the skills you'll need for each.

Interface Design.

By now, you probably understand that an interface is the screen visitors see and use when they visit any page of your site. Designing an interface is easy. Designing an effective interface, however, is more challenging. There are four main elements that you'll need to consider to make your site user-centric: usability, visualization, functionality, and accessibility. Explore each of these elements to see the thought that goes into effective interface design.

Site Structure.

Even if your basic content is accurate, attractive, and well written, your site won't function well without a solid and logical organizational foundation. Review the five basic steps involved in organizing information and four essential structures that you can use to build a Web site. Then learn how to create a flowchart for the pages you want to include on your site.

Site Design.

Web sites exist to inform, educate, persuade, or entertain. Take this opportunity to concentrate on site design themes that pay attention to information delivery. Learn how to organize elements in order to enable visitors to accomplish their own goals. Explore usability, content, and design.

Page Design.

Discover how you can use visual and graphic design, page layout, and grids to take your designs to the next level. At the same time, become familiar with design considerations like visual hierarchy, page dimensions, and white space.

Typography on the Web.

Typography plays a dual role by providing both verbal and visual communication. Almost any type of font will do to transmit information to others. But to convey the right type of mood along with the information takes a special type and color of font. Learn all the secrets here!

CSS and Font Embedding.

Find out how you can use Cascading Style Sheets to modify fonts. Become familiar with inline, document-level, and external (linked) style sheets, and learn how to create an external CSS file to control the formatting of any or all pages on your site. For the more adventurous, we'll also take a look at some early font embedding techniques and explore two popular Flash-related options currently in use.

Writing for the Web.

Before you write for the Web, you should take the time to understand how people read online. Become familiar with the use of titles, headlines, and subheads to assist readers in navigating your site. Discover the advantages of using a Web content management system. Learn how you can communicate more easily and informally with Web visitors by adding a blog to your site.

Images, Colors, and Layers.

You can use images to add interest to your site and to help with navigation. Early designers were limited graphically by HTML attributes, and later designers discovered they could use tables to place images. Today's designers also have the option of using CSS to position images on the screen. But believe it or not, many people still use text-based browsers. So, you'll learn how to make the information you convey through your images accessible to those individuals as well.

CSS Positioning: More Layers

The combination of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript allows you to create intensely interactive Web applications similar to any game or presentation built with traditional programming languages. This interaction of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript is known as Dynamic HTML or DHTML. Become familiar with the basics of DHTML, including code you can use to enhance your designs by adding layers to your pages.

Web 2.0 and Beyond

Early Web sites were created by a few to be read by many. Over the years, developers added interactivity to Web sites through discussion forums, chat rooms, and shopping carts. These features are part of what I think of as Web 1.0. Today the focus has shifted from the sponsor of the site to the visitor, and sites like Flickr and YouTube are popular. They're examples of Web 2.0 sites. Examine several popular Web 2.0 sites, and take a look ahead to Web 3.0.

Course 4 - Certificate in Responsive Web Design Online Course

Lesson 01 - What Is Responsive Web Design?
Responsive Web design is about building websites that are accessible, functional, inviting, and fit well into the array of environments in which people view websites. In this first lesson, we'll take a look at exactly what responsive Web design is, why it's necessary, and the basic concepts in building responsive websites. We'll also examine some models of responsive design and see what we can learn from them.

Lesson 02 - Relative Units of Measurement
How do you make a photo look good on the large viewport of a laptop and the small screen of a smartphone? And will text readable on a normal computer screen appear microscopic on a phone screen? If you want to design responsive websites, these questions are central to your work. Luckily, there are answers in the form of relative units of measurement, such as percent, em, and multiples. In this lesson, you'll learn how to apply relative units of measurement to optimize the display of images and text in different viewports and environments.

Lesson 03 - Creating Responsive Menus With Media Queries
Navigation menus are the road maps that help users navigate a website. They provide access to the site content, and they allow designers to lead users to engage with site content. So how can you make menus adapt to different browsing environments? Make them responsive, of course! In this lesson, we'll investigate how menus function differently depending on the browsing environment, and you'll find out how to design responsive menus that adapt to full-screen desktop or laptop environments as well as smartphones and tablets. The key to creating responsive menus is applying CSS3's @media feature, which you'll learn how to do here.

Lesson 04 - Responsive Color Schemes and Custom Web Fonts
As a Web designer, you probably think consciously about the right color schemes and fonts for a project. After all, color schemes and fonts are critical to "branding" your site. And they're important if you want your site to be engaging and inviting. But do the rules you follow for full-size site design apply to mobile sites as well? Maybe not! In this lesson, we'll talk about responsive color schemes and fonts that will ensure visibility and readability in a wide range of viewing environments. You'll learn how to test color schemes for contrast value, and we'll explore Google Fonts as a source of downloadable Web fonts compatible with mobile devices. No longer will you have to wonder whether visitors can read your site's text in different devices and lighting environments —you'll have tried-and-true solutions to that challenge!

Lesson 05 - Responsive Page Layout
What should a responsive page look like? If you said it should look different in a tablet or smartphone than it does in a laptop, you're onto something! But how can we make pages display optimally in different viewports? In this lesson, we'll explore a basic strategy of applying a 3-2-1 framework with stacked columns. You'll learn how to use media queries, HTML5's semantic elements, and logical operators to build pages that are user-friendly in devices of all sizes.

Lesson 06 - Providing Collapsible Content for Mobile
Mobile screens are tiny. So how can we fit all our website content onto them without making users scroll and pinch too much? In this lesson, you'll learn a simple way to collapse content into expandable blocks for mobile users, but present an alternate page layout for full-sized viewports. We'll use the HTML5 and tags to make content that users can expand or collapse on a small screen. You'll also use media queries to present the content in full-size viewports in columns rather than the expandable and collapsible blocks that work in mobile devices.

Lesson 07 - Making Images and Videos Responsive
Images and video present real challenges when we're designing responsive websites. Not only do we need to think about how these potentially large files display on small mobile devices, but we also need to consider how long users on slow connections will have to wait for multimedia to download. In this lesson, you'll learn an array of strategies for making sure photos aren't slowing down your responsive sites. We'll talk about compressing images to reduce file size while maintaining image quality, building a cache file to make photos download more quickly for users on return visits, and managing image downloads with jQuery widgets. You'll also learn what video hosts work best when designing responsive sites.

Lesson 08 - Using SVG Artwork in Responsive Design
Wouldn't it be nice if you could create or acquire images for the Web that were infinitely scalable, small in size, and showed no degradation in quality no matter what size they were viewed at? In fact, you can! The SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) format allows images to be displayed at any size without loss of resolution. SVG is not an appropriate format for photos (that's why we cover how to work with JPEG photos in Lesson 7). But SVG format is perfect for icons, logos, backgrounds, maps, illustrations—pretty much any artwork other than photos. In this lesson, you will learn to create and embed SVG images, and scale them responsively.

Lesson 09 - Designing Responsive Forms
When users visit our websites, we often want to collect something from them, be it contact information, a location, or order details. To accomplish any of those things, we need forms. Mobile and laptop/desktop users have very different requirements when it comes to accessible, inviting forms. In this lesson, you'll learn to recognize and appreciate those highly differing needs, and to design forms that are inviting and accessible in any environment. I'll show you how to use HTML5 input types to make forms easier to fill out in mobile environments, and we'll once again use media queries to customize the look and feel of our form depending on the viewport. The best part is, we can do all of this without any complicated scripting!

Lesson 10 - Adding Widgets With Bootstrap
You don't need to know any complicated coding languages to build responsive websites. But what if you want to add interactive, animated widgets based on JavaScript? You're in luck! Thanks to the Bootstrap framework, you can add these widgets and customize them within your pages even if you don't know JavaScript. In this lesson, you'll get an understanding of how JavaScript-based frameworks, libraries, and widgets work, and how to implement them in your website. We'll add custom buttons, navigation menus, and a carousel (automated slide show) using Bootstrap widgets—and yes, all of these components are responsive!

Lesson 11 - Providing an App-Like Experience With jQuery Mobile
A running theme in this course is that providing a truly responsive experience for users involves much more than scaling content to fit different viewports. In the final two lessons of this course, we'll expand our capacity to provide mobile users with an app-like experience. By that I mean integrating more styling and interactive animation. We'll do that by connecting with a set of widgets and animated elements from the jQuery Mobile framework. We'll also employ media queries to keep the full-sized viewport experience friendly—and best of all, we won't need to work with any complicated programming language to achieve an app-like experience in mobile devices!

Lesson 12 - Creating a Web App Interface for Mobile Users
What are mobile users looking for in a site's welcome page? Essentially, they want a set of navigation links that look and feel like an app. As we discussed in Lesson 11, native apps (custom-coded for specific operating systems) and Web apps look and feel very much the same to users, but Web apps are much easier to create. In this lesson, we'll continue to work with the jQuery Mobile framework to build a Web app welcome page that can serve as a mobile-friendly entryway into our site. We'll also define and apply a media query so that users coming from laptop- or desktop-sized viewports see a more traditional navigation bar that works well with large screens. As we go, we'll sum up what you've learned by building a home page to show off all the projects you've created in this class!

Course 5 - Certificate in Creating WordPress Websites Online Course

Getting Started With WordPress

In this first lesson, we'll explore the magic of WordPress! You'll discover how to use this free software to create an attractive, dynamic blog or website—without learning any special code. You'll find out what the two "flavors" of WordPress are and why we'll use the hosted WordPress.com version. Then you'll go online, sign up, and tour the WordPress Dashboard. You'll also plan your project and set goals for yourself.

Creating a Blog

What can a blog do that a website can't? Blogging's become a popular way to establish an online presence. We'll discuss how adding a blog can make a traditional website more effective. Then you'll build a blog with WordPress—by creating, refining, and categorizing posts. You'll also find out how to encourage and control visitor feedback.

Making a WordPress Website
Get the best of both worlds by combining a blog with a traditional website. In this lesson, you'll use WordPress to create and organize Web pages. And I'll show you how to convert your blog to a traditional website—or vice versa—with the click of a button.

Making Your Pages Look Great

This lesson's all about WordPress themes—the templates that give your website its look and feel. You'll discover how to choose a theme, install it, and tweak it.

Working With Images and Multimedia
Photos, drawings, charts, videos, and audio clips can make your website more appealing and understandable. In this lesson, I'll show you how to use WordPress to upload and insert images and multimedia files.

Functionality: Getting the Most Out of WordPress

Make your website or blog more informative and easier to navigate with some special WordPress tools. You'll learn how to use sidebar widgets, forms, maps, and syndicated newsfeeds to make your site more useful and usable.

Making a User-Friendly Website
If your online visitors have trouble understanding or navigating your website, they'll go somewhere else. This lesson helps you pinpoint and eliminate usability problems.

Polishing Our WordPress Website

In this lesson, we'll take a long, hard look at our class project and decide how to make it better. You'll create a front page featuring both static and dynamic content; add links to pages, documents, email, and other sites; and repair typos, grammatical errors, and other mistakes.

Getting Search Engines to Love Your Website
What if you launched a website and nobody came? This lesson will show you how to keep that from happening. You'll find out what makes search engines tick and how to get them to visit your pages.

Making the Most of Statistics and Social Networking

Statistics are just a bunch of numbers if you don’t know how to use them. We’ll focus on how to analyze stats so you can improve your site. You’ll also find out how to tie your WordPress pages into social sites like Facebook and Twitter.

Launching Your WordPress Website
It's time to put the finishing touches on your site. This lesson includes a prelaunch checklist, so your online guests won't find any mistakes. I'll also show you how to promote the site and manage contributors.

Getting the Most From WordPress

In our final lesson, you’ll learn how to build a sophisticated form, and I’ll review all the optional upgrades WordPress offers. You’ll discover how to personalize your domain name, use your mobile phone to update Web pages, and access the files that control your site’s appearance. I’ll also examine the pros and cons of moving to the self-hosted version of WordPress.

Course 6 - Certificate in Creating WordPress Websites II Online Course

Getting Started With WordPress

In this first lesson, you'll find out why WordPress is among the world's most popular Web publishing platforms and how it's designed to help nontechnical people create good-looking, dynamic websites. I'll discuss what it takes to set up a self-hosted WordPress site, and you'll learn how to choose a domain name, find a hosting company, and access your piece of the World Wide Web!

Setting Up Your WordPress WebsiteLesson 02

Today, you'll learn how to upload files to your website, and we'll tour the WordPress administrative area and configure some basic settings. I'll also show you how to organize your site so your visitors will get the most out of it.

WordPress Themes: Bringing Your Website to Life
A WordPress theme gives your website a professionally designed look with a single mouse click. In this lesson, we'll discuss how themes work, where to find them, and how to install them. We'll compare free themes with those you have to pay for, and we'll also talk about the theme we're using for our class website project.

Creating Pages, Posts, and Menus

Today's lesson is all about organizing written content! We'll discuss how to enter and organize the information your visitors are looking for, and how to create pages and posts. You'll also find out how to put together a custom menu to guide your guests around the site. You want to arrange your articles so they're easy to find, and that's just what we're going to discuss today.

Adding Images, Videos, and Other Digital Media
Now you're ready to start adding to your website—the details that will give it that extra-special touch! In today's lesson, you'll learn how to add photos, videos, maps, and documents to your Web pages without leaving the WordPress application. And we'll also discuss how to manage these files and create an image gallery to display your photographs.

There's a Plugin for That

In this lesson, you'll learn how to use plugins, the features that you can add to WordPress with a single mouse click. I'll show you where to find thousands of these free mini-programs and how to use them.

Customizing Your Website, Part 1

You likely know a bit about HTML and CSS, but today we'll cover HTML and CSS coding in more detail. Don't worry if this is foreign to you. I'll introduce you to the basics of each language, and you'll quickly discover how to change font styles, sizes, and colors; create lists; and work with margins. With this knowledge, you can customize your website so it'll look just how you want it to look!

Customizing Your Website, Part 2

As we continue exploring how to customize WordPress websites in this lesson, you'll discover an application that will spare you countless hours of drudgery. You'll also find out more ways to change the way your site looks, and you'll learn how to create a custom WordPress theme without learning the basic scripting language. Then you'll learn how to set up widgets, which fill your sidebars with information and features.

Monetizing Your Website
So how can you use your WordPress website to make money? That's what this lesson is all about. You'll learn ways to create pay-per-click, advertising, and affiliate marketing programs. And we'll also discuss PayPal and credit card processing and set up a shopping cart.

Site Work and Social Networking

Today, we'll focus on the details that'll make your website stand out. You'll find out how to create a consistent style and set up an eye-catching slide show on your home page. We'll also discuss how to market your site using social networking plugins designed for WordPress.

WordPress SEO, Statistics, and Analysis
Search engines love WordPress websites! In this lesson, we'll talk about how to get higher search page results, and we'll explore ways to collect and analyze data to ensure we're attracting and informing our target audience.

Digging Deeper Into WordPress: Tips, Tricks, and Hacks

In our final lesson, you'll learn to use the WordPress Loop to customize your website. We'll also discuss some time-saving tips and tricks about handling contributors, bolstering security, and making your pages look great in mobile browsers!

Course 7 - Certificate in Introduction to CSS3 and HTML5 Online Course

Getting Started

In this first lesson, you'll learn whom this class is for and what it's all about. We'll get hands-on right away, creating a folder and adjusting some settings in your operating system and editor so you're ready to start creating a website. We'll discuss the basics of what HTML5 and CSS3 are all about, as well as why you'll want to learn to use them. And finally, you'll learn to save time by creating an HTML5 page template that you can use as the starting point for each new page you create in this course and later on your own.

Styling Your Website

Today, you'll grow to appreciate the beauty and practicality of using CSS to style your entire website. You'll discover how CSS lets you create design elements that give your site a consistent look, feel, and unique identity. And if you ever decide to change something in your styling, you won't have to go digging through all the pages individually to make changes. You just change your style sheet in one place, and all the pages in the site update instantly and automatically.

Styling Backgrounds

Background colors, photos, textures, patterns, and gradients can really add some pizzazz to your website. In today's lesson, you'll learn to do them all, and you'll have a lot of fun doing so.

Borders, Corners, and Shadows

In today's lesson, you'll learn how to add some real professional polish to your design with borders, rounded corners, and drop shadows. And better yet, they're easy to do, thanks to some simple CSS properties.

Styling Text

Today, you'll learn about the many ways you can style your text with CSS, including fonts, text shadows, and more. We'll start with an overview of the primary tags for text markup in HTML. Then we'll look at the many properties CSS offers for making your text look great!

Spice It Up With Pictures

Pictures add a lot of visual interest to any website, and in today's lesson, you'll learn all about using pictures in your site. We'll start with an overview of the types of pictures you can use, and we'll go over how to insert them using HTML tags. Then we'll talk about ways you can float, position, and size pictures using CSS

Mastering Style Classes and Link Styles

In today's lesson, you'll learn about style classes and links. Style classes are a great tool for defining styles that you can use freely wherever you want throughout your site. They can be a real boon to your creativity and a real time-saver for managing your styles. You'll also learn about pseudo-classes, which are a special type of class for styling links and mouse-over effects. And as an added bonus, you'll learn some advanced techniques for links including opening pages in a new window, using jump links within a page, adding tooltips to your links, using pictures as links, and creating email links.

Fun With Sound and Video

Nothing brings a site to life better than sound and video. In today's lesson, you'll learn all the newest and most modern techniques for playing sounds and showing videos on your site. You'll learn the secrets of embedding YouTube videos on your pages so you don't have to upload video files to your own site. And you'll learn about all the modern file formats and HTML5 tags for embedding sound and music into your pages without using YouTube or any other site.

Styling Tables

HTML tables are the perfect tool for displaying information in rows and columns, like tables you see in print. In today's lesson, you'll learn techniques for styling tables with traditional CSS, as well as brand new CSS3 techniques that really make tables shine with minimal coding!

Mastering the CSS Box Model

Getting control of the size and location of things and the gaps between them can be a real challenge for Web designers. Most of the mystery and frustration that designers experience stems from not understanding the CSS Box Model, which defines how things behave and provides a rich set of tools for managing widths, heights, margins, and padding. Today's lesson is all about solving the mysteries and overcoming the frustrations by exposing the secrets of the ever-important CSS Box Model.

Creating Modern Page Layouts

Modern business websites often use page layouts that include a header, footer, sidebar columns, and a navigation bar. Historically, these layouts were done using HTML tables or div tags. Now and in the future, we'll be using a new set of layout tags in HTML5 to define our layout sections. In today's lesson, you'll learn what those tags are, how to make them work in new and older browsers alike, and some professional-grade techniques for styling them with CSS.

Making a Multi-column Layout

Today's lesson will be all about adding side columns to your layout, be it a left column, a right column, or both left and right columns. As an added bonus, we'll add a vertical navigation bar to a side column with the links large enough that they're easy to work with a mouse, as well as a fingertip or stylus on a mobile touch screen.

Course 8 - Certificate in Advanced CSS3 and HTML5 Online Course

Elements of an Advanced Website

In this first lesson, we'll survey how great websites attract visitors and make content inviting and accessible. You'll find out how effective websites gather valuable information about who's visiting the site, and you'll learn how sites attract and retain mobile users

Building a Basic Web Page With HTML5 and CSS3

This lesson is a compressed, intense survey of the basic techniques involved in building modern Web pages with HTML5 and CSS3. Today you'll examine, deconstruct, and customize an HTML page and a style sheet.

Testing and Uploading Your Site

Today's lesson balances art and technology. It's time to define and apply a color scheme to your site. Then we'll test the HTML and CSS code for errors and check links and spelling. After that, you'll be ready to upload your site to a remote host.

Improving Your Site Design With Gradient Backgrounds and Custom Fonts

In this lesson, we'll explore two techniques for creating inviting websites: CSS3 gradient backgrounds and Web fonts. Both of these help you create an engaging and distinctive look for your site. Most important, new CSS3-based techniques allow you to implement these features in a way that doesn't affect download time!

Embedding Native Video

"Native video" plays in a browser without any plug-in software. HTML5 marked the emergence of native video, and all current-generation browsers support it. In this lesson, you'll learn what its advantages are and how to present it in formats that are accessible to the greatest possible range of users.

Building Forms

Collecting data through forms is one of the most valuable and underrated elements of advanced Web design. In this lesson, you'll learn to build basic forms, so visitors can sign up for your email list.

Enhancing Forms and Collecting Form Data

In this lesson, we'll explore some remarkable new features in HTML5 that make it easier and more inviting for people to fill out forms. We'll also look at how server-side scripts manage form data.

Structuring Pages With HTML5 Semantic Markup

HTML5 semantic elements are a radically new and better way to structure Web page content. In this lesson, you'll learn to apply them.

Advanced Responsive Design

How do the needs of smartphone and tablet users differ from the needs of laptop and desktop users? In this lesson, you'll build on basic fluid design techniques by adding media queries that allow you to design a completely distinct look and feel for different-sized browsing environments.

Building Slide Shows With jQuery, HTML, and CSS

Slide shows are one of the most widely used elements of attractive, inviting Web pages. In this lesson, you'll download a jQuery slide show widget, and then you'll customize its HTML and CSS code to integrate it into a website.

Creating Web Apps With jQuery Mobile

We've talked about jQuery, but what about jQuery Mobile? In this lesson, you'll use it as you create app-like mobile Web pages. You'll also integrate them into a site, and we'll discuss how to build sites that work well in any environment.

Customizing jQuery Mobile Themes

It's time to give your mobile site some style. ThemeRoller for jQuery Mobile generates custom CSS for jQuery Mobile sites. With ThemeRoller, you can define global styling elements like fonts and color swatches that you can apply throughout a mobile site.

Course 9 - Certificate in Intermediate CSS3 and HTML5 Online Course

Get Geared Up
In today's lesson, we're going to start off with a quick review of what CSS and HTML are all about, the syntax of each language, and the key concepts and terminology. Then we'll go hands-on and actually create a new website to use as working example for more hands-on practice throughout the course. And finally, we'll reveal some of the mysteries of the Web browser rendering engines that turn the code we write into the beautiful creations you see on your computer screen.

Advanced Backgrounds
Understand the viewport and its importance in Web design, and apply it to some advanced techniques for background images.

CSS Positioning
In today's lesson, you'll learn how to take your Web design skills to a whole new level with CSS static, relative, fixed, and absolute positioning. You'll also find out how to position things exactly where you want them, even stack and overlap them, just like the pros do.

Opacity, Visibility, and Scroll Bars
Many of the more advanced interactive techniques for designing Web pages requires an understanding of the CSS properties and values necessary for controlling opacity, visibility, and scroll bars. Drop-down menus, pop-up thumbnail galleries, and scrolling textboxes are built from these things. Today's lesson introduces you to all the concepts, as well as the CSS properties and values you need to build such things. You'll then apply these techniques through the course to create ever more interactive pages.

Creating Interactive Pages
In today's lesson, you're going to learn how to apply advanced techniques like visibility, absolute positioning, and :hover to some fun things like thumbnail photo galleries and interactive facts. We'll go over some practical examples of the concepts, and I'll provide you with some code you can drop right into your own pages and use with minimal alteration. You'll also discover the secret to making the CSS :hover event work on devices like the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch, which don't always play nice with events that are designed to work with mouse pointers.

Using Downloadable Fonts
Web developers often feel shackled by the small selection of Web-safe fonts available on most computers. In today's lesson, I hope to free you from those shackles by sharing knowledge of downloadable fonts and the modern Web Open Font Format (WOFF), as well as the CSS @font-face rule that make them possible. With this knowledge, you'll be able to choose from thousands of fonts for your website.

Fancy Navigation Bars
Today's lesson is all about creating cool-looking navigation bars and tabs like you see in professional sites. You'll learn different ways to size and position the buttons and tabs, how to use background images that change on mouse over, and how to highlight the tab that represents the current page to the user.

Creating Drop-Down and Flyout Menus
Today's lesson will help you use the skills you've gained so far to create some complex navigation tools with drop-down and flyout menus like the ones you may have seen in some large, professionally developed websites. Along the way, you'll learn how you can use the CSS rule of specificity to create complex designs with minimal code.

Mastering the Layout
In today's lesson, we'll step back from the fine details on which we've focused for the past few lessons, and look again at the bigger picture of the entire page layout. You'll see how pages are likely to look going forward with HTML5 and CSS3, and you'll pick up some new tricks for making your pages better for the browsers and devices of today and tomorrow. And finally, you'll learn a new technique for making multicolumn layouts easier than ever.

Responsive Web Design
Responsive Web Design is a popular buzzword in the Web design business these days. It's all about designing your website so it looks good and works well on the wide range of devices people use to access the Web these days, including smartphones, tablets, portable computers, desktop computers, gaming consoles, and television sets. In today's lesson, you'll learn smart and relatively simple techniques that you can start using right now to ensure that your site looks and behaves its best across all those different media.

Animations with Transform and Transition
Despite their widespread use on the Web today, HTML5 and CSS3 are still not W3C final recommendations. A W3C spec isn't a final recommendation until it's had years of real-world use. The most important and most needed features of the languages received browser support very quickly. Some of the more "out there" tags and properties are being adopted more slowly, but they do represent some really cool animations and other fun stuff you'll want to know about now. Today's lesson is about those upcoming features.

Expanding Your Horizons
Today's lesson will help you expand your horizons into other areas of Web development and app development. We'll discuss the difference between front-end and back-end languages. You'll learn the purpose of JavaScript and jQuery. You'll understand server-side technologies like PHP, MySQL, ASP.Net, and SQL Server—what they are, how you'd use them, and why you might want to learn them.

Course 10 - Certificate in Creating Mobile Apps with HTML5 Online Course

The Basics of Mobile Apps and App Design
What are the compelling reasons for developing mobile apps with HTML5? And why are some of the Web's biggest players—including Google, Facebook, and Twitter—moving all their apps to the mobile Web? Today you'll learn four principles for designing great mobile apps, and you'll get acquainted with the concept of "mobile first" Web development. By the end of this lesson, you'll be ready to start writing an app.

Building Your First Mobile App

Today you'll follow the progress of employees at a fictitious company as they build a mobile app. In the process, you'll set up your tools and get your hands dirty with some real HTML5 code.

Introducing HTML5

HTML5 is the latest version of the markup language of the Web. In this lesson, you'll learn why Web developers and mobile developers are so gung-ho for HTML5. More importantly, you'll find out how you can use it to write your own webpages. By the end of the lesson, you'll understand the basics of markup languages and HTML5 syntax.

Formatting HTML5 With CSS3

CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) will make your Web apps workable on the largest number of devices, and it'll make your code easier to maintain. In this lesson, you'll use CSS to format HTML documents. We'll also look at the new capabilities that are possible with CSS version 3.

Scripting With JavaScript

JavaScript is the programming language of the mobile Web. In this lesson, you'll learn to use JavaScript to add interactivity to mobile apps

Jump-Start Your App With jQuery Mobile

Today's lesson is all about getting things done faster, better, and with less effort! You'll use jQuery Mobile to make your HTML5 apps feel at home on mobile devices. You'll also use JavaScript libraries and frameworks to get more done in less time.

Accessing Device Features and Storage

By accessing built-in device features such as offline storage and location services, you can make your mobile Web apps much more dynamic. In this lesson, you'll learn what's possible and how to do it.

Web APIs and Mashups

No Web app is an island. Hundreds of app developers have made certain features of their software available using Web Application Programming Interfaces. By using these APIs to retrieve data and then combining different data sources, you can create endless combinations called mashups.

HTML5 Graphics and Animation

Graphics and animation can really spice up your mobile apps. The mobile Web has special requirements and technologies that you need to be aware of, however. In this lesson, you'll learn to optimize your graphics for the mobile Web.

Optimizing for Mobile Devices

Smartphones and tablets come in different shapes and sizes. In this lesson, you'll learn to make your Web app look good on the largest possible variety of devices. You'll also add some meta tags that will give your app more polish on iPhone and Android. Then we'll touch on touch-enabling your app.

Maximizing Mobile Performance

A responsive app doesn't keep the user waiting. In this lesson, you'll learn tools and techniques to make your app responsive.

Convert Your App to a Native App

Native apps give you access to more device features and to the distribution power of an app store. Learn how to use PhoneGap to convert your Web app into a native one for multiple mobile operating systems.

Entry requirements

Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills.

Minimum education

Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course.

Computer requirements

Students will need access to a computer and the internet. 

Minimum specifications for the computer are:

Windows:

  • Microsoft Windows XP, or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Internet Explorer 8 or later, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

MAC/iOS

  • OSX/iOS 6 or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

All systems

  • Internet bandwidth of 1Mb or faster
  • Flash player or a browser with HTML5 video capabilities(Currently Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

Students will also need access the following applications:

Adobe Acrobat Reader

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