HTML5 and CSS3 New Features Training - Los Angeles

Power up your existing web design knowledge in HTML and CSS with the new capabilities of HTML5 and CSS3. HTML5 and CSS3 represent the cutting-edge of contemporary web technologies. With new tags for video and audio, HTML5 eliminates the need to use third-party plugins like Flash and Silverlight to embed media into the page. New structural tags like 'header' and 'footer' allow for more accessible and legible code, and the language's syntax has been simplified. Forms now include built-in validation and an auto-suggestion attribute, which make building forms and filling them out much more enjoyable and efficient for developers and web users. CSS3 has added several new properties and features as well. Popular stylistic effects are easier than ever to implement. Rounded corners, drop shadows, complex gradients and resizable backgrounds all have their own properties. Translations and animations are also easy, and no JavaScript is required! This training will also explore how to code for browsers that don't support HTML5 or CSS3. Staying at the forefront of web technologies is crucial in a fast-changing web world. This class will give you a head-start. After completing this HTML5 and CSS3 training in Los Angeles, you will be able to:

  • Utilize your understanding of HTML5's powerful new capabilities and understand which are supported by the major web browsers.
  • Utilize new structural elements to build more accessible websites, while maintaining usability in non-HTML5-compliant browsers.
  • Tag any time you reference with the new time element to define machine-readable times and dates.
  • Map old elements you'e familiar with to their changed counterparts in the new specification.
  • Recognize elements that are no longer relevant (deprecated), and emulate their functionality with the new elements.
  • Leverage the robust set of new form field controls to quickly create professional self-validating forms.
  • Embed audio and video files without relying on third-party applications or plugins like Adobe Flash.
  • Import SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) out of Adobe Illustrator into your pages.
  • Embellish your page elements with rounded corners and drop shadows.
  • Add transparency using the alpha channel in RGBA, and add gradients for sophisticated color effects.
  • Use CSS3 instead of JavaScript to build transitions and animation into pages.
  • Effectively wield advanced CSS selectors to target elements.
  • Provide advanced functionality and styling for up-to-date browsers while maintaining support for older browsers.
  • Embed your favorite font with the CSS @font-face property. Finally web designers can access a fuller range of fonts instead of relying on images which are bad for SEO.
  • and much more... See the full outline for HTML5 and CSS3 training!

HTML5 and CSS3 Training Reviews:

Rated 4.2/5 based on 11 student reviews.

"Training was good. I learned what I expected to learn and the materials will be a good resource to have for the future."
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"Excellent. I feel much more knowledgeable and confortable with learning more about HTML5 and the new features."
- , HTML5 and CSS3 Training Los Angeles

"I have been here before and was impressed with the instructors ability to speak about the topic. He was very well versed in HTML5 and CSS3."
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* Note: This class description is for HTML5 and CSS3 training in LA. We also offer HTML5 and CSS3 classes in San Diego, San Jose, San Francisco, and Sacramento.