HTML5 and CSS3 New Features Training - San Jose

Power up your existing web design knowledge in HTML and CSS with the new capabilities of HTML5 and CSS3. HTML5 and CSS3 are the technologies driving the modern web into a new era. HTML5 has new tags for video and audio, which eliminate the need to use Adobe Flash or Microsoft Silverlight to embed audio and video content into your website. HTML5 forms validate automatically without the use of JavaScript. New structural tags split up the 'div' tag into 'header', 'section', and 'article,' yielding code that is more accessible and legible. The syntax is also simpler and easier to write than XHTML. CSS3 also has several new properties and features. Drop-shadows and rounded-corners are a breeze to implement. In fact, now there are dedicated properties for rounded corners, drop shadows, and complex gradients. Translations and transitions (animations) are easy too, no JavaScript required! This course will also explore how to develop compatible code for web browsers that don't currently support HTML5 or CSS3. Staying up-to-date with the latest web technologies is necessary in an ever-changing internet world. This HTML5 and CSS3 training in San Jose will provide you with a head-start, and put you ahead of the game. Upon completing this training, you will be able to:

  • Utilize your understanding of HTML5's powerful new capabilities and understand which of the major web browsers support which tags.
  • Make your websites more accessible by using new structural elements , and at the same time maintaining backward compatibility for older browsers.
  • Make the times and dates in your pages machine-readable for accessibility and SEO.
  • Learn which elements have been redefined in the new specification, and how to use them.
  • Use new technologies in the place of deprecated elements.
  • Quickly deploy professional, self-validating forms by making use of the new form field controls.
  • Avoid relying on third-party plugins like Adobe Flash and Microsoft Silverlight by embedding media directly with the new audio and video tags.
  • Enhance your pages with SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) files.
  • Access new styling possibilities with CSS3's rounded corner and drop shadow properties.
  • Alter transparency with RGBA, and blend colors together with a variety of gradient options.
  • Build pages with transitions and animation without the use of JavaScript.
  • Quickly style exactly the elements you want using advanced CSS selectors.
  • Confidently build for up-to-date browsers, while using a variety of methods to maintain backward compatibility.
  • Using images to get your favorite font onto your site is bad for SEO. Learn to use @font-face instead to embed your font directly into your site.
  • and much more! See full outline for our HTML5 and CSS3 training

HTML5 and CSS3 Training Reviews:

4.5/5 review stars
Rated 4.6/5 based on 14 student reviews.

"Fast paced and tons of useful information to consume. Very helpful class."
- Sam Ting, Oracle

"This class was amazing i am new at this stuff so i was a little scared but it was not hard great material and learned a great deal."
- Bryn Howlett, HTML5 and CSS3 Training

- Dan Kabic, Actiontec

"Very well done! I am very impress with instructor's knowlegde. The small size class makes it less intimidating and allow more 1 on 1 training."
- Kathy, IDEC, Sunnyvale

"It was very informative, the instructor was very flexible with what we needed to know, we went at a reasonable pace, the instructor was very knowledgeable and had very applicable work experience."
- Theodora, ESUHSD, San Jose

"The training was useful and well organized. A lot of new concepts were introduced and generally explained well."
- Student, Santa Clara

"It was very interesting and the instructor was very pleasant and knowledgeable. I felt like I left with a lot more information on HTML."
- Shelley, SJSU, San Jose

"Very informative and helpful."
- Mia Cantrell, UCSC, Santa Clara

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* Note: This class description is for HTML5 and CSS3 training in San Jose. We also offer HTML5 and CSS3 classes in Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco, and Sacramento.