This course demonstrates how to develop cross-browser compatible web sites utilizing the enhanced capabilities of the HTML5 specification. Here we detail ...
This course demonstrates how to develop cross-browser compatible web sites utilizing the enhanced capabilities of the HTML5 specification. Here we detail Dreamweaver's support for HTML5, including starter pages, additional code hints, multi-screen preview, and media queries for responsive web design. We also review new tags that support native audio and video without plug-ins, creating engaging forms with number steppers, sliders, and calendars. Draw and animate using the new canvas tag. These videos also touch on how to incorporate CSS3 elements such as the @font-face declaration to include non-standard fonts in your designs. This course covers the following topics: Getting Started with HTML5 Course Overview What is HTML5? HTML5 Syntax Why Semantics HTML5 Starter Pages Setting HTML5 as Default Type Using Structural Elements Basic HTML5 Layout Heading and Nav Elements Section Element Article Element Aside and Footer Elements Outline Algorithm Outlining a Document Group Headings Web Forms HTML5 Form Overview New Input Types Using Attributes Number and Range Inputs Date and Time Input Pseudo-classes in CSS3 Media and Interactive API's Video Element Audio Element Canvas Element Drawing with Canvas Animation with Canvas CSS3 and Media Queries Web Fonts Using Web Fonts CSS3 Effects Responsive Web Design Implementing Media Queries Conclusion Train Simple is an Adobe Authorized Training Center
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