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Advanced Web Interfaces with CSS3 and HTML5
The Advanced Web Interfaces with CSS3 and HTML5 course is intended to fast-track learners with a basic practical knowledge of CSS and confident grasp of (X)HTML to a foundation professional standard of CSS. Students will get a thorough grounding in CSS theory combined with practical strategies for turning graphical mockups and textual content into functioning CSS-styled websites. Emphasis will be given on techniques that make sites accessible to users and search engines alike. A variety of common layout issues and code patterns will be covered, and where CSS3 techniques are becoming mainstream these will be included in the discussion.
This course will involve hand coding and is not a taught Dreamweaver / WYSIWYG course, so good keyboard skills are essential. Further details.
Computing short courses at City University London
Whether you wish to further your career in IT, change vocation or get back into work, a computing skills short course at City University London may help you achieve your goals. For all our courses we offer outstanding quality of teaching at a competitive price.
Why Choose City?
- Hands-on, practical courses relevant to your day-to-day work backed up by robust computing science theory
- Learn the skills that are necessary for your career in 10 weeks
- Excellent value for money
Our Subject Areas
- Microsoft Office, Microsoft Excel and Visual Basic for Applications
- Design and visualisation
- Programming in C & C++ and financial engineering
- Web programming
- .Net programming
- Networks and Systems
Tutor in Focus
Mark Robbins was for many years a Project Manager working for the government, the BBC and the NHS, where he lead large teams that designed and implemented many strategic national networking and messaging systems. He now works as a freelance academic researcher and author, journalist and IT consultant and teaches a wide range of computer science subjects at City University London.