Basics of Web Design: HTML5 & CSS, 6th edition

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Overview

Basics of Web Design is your beginner's guide to web design and development. You'll learn HTML 5, and CSS, and get a well-rounded introduction to accessibility and ethics. The text focuses on developing the skills required to pursue a career as a web professional.

Published by Pearson (May 12th 2021) - Copyright © 2022

ISBN-13: 9780137313303

Subject: Web Programming & Design

Category: Basics of Web Design: HTML5 & CSS

Table of contents

Table of Contents

  1. Internet and Web Basics
    • The Internet and the Web
    • Web Standards and Accessibility
    • Web Browsers and Web Servers
    • Internet Protocols
    • Uniform Resource Identifiers and Domain Names
    • Information on the Web
    • HTML Overview
    • Under the Hood of a Web Page
    • Your First Web Page
    • Review and Apply
  2. HTML Basics
    • Heading Element
    • Paragraph Element
    • Line Break and Horizontal Rule
    • Blockquote Element
    • Phrase Element
    • Ordered List
    • Unordered List
    • Description List
    • Special Entity Characters
    • HTML Syntax Validation
    • Structural Elements
    • Practice with Structural Elements
    • More Structural Elements
    • Anchor Element
    • Practice with Hyperlinks
    • E-Mail Hyperlinks
    • Review and Apply
  3. Web Design Basics
    • Your Target Audience
    • Website Organization
    • Principles of Visual Design
    • Design to Provide for Accessibility
    • Use of Text
    • Web Color Palette
    • Design for Your Target Audience
    • Choosing a Color Scheme
    • Use of Graphics and Multimedia
    • More Design Considerations
    • Navigation Design
    • Wireframes and Page Layout
    • Fixed and Fluid Layouts
    • Design for the Mobile Web
    • Responsive Web Design
    • Web Design Best Practices Checklist
    • Review and Apply
  4. Cascading Style Sheets Basics
    • Cascading Style Sheets Overview
    • CSS Selectors and Declarations
    • CSS Syntax for Color Values
    • Configure Inline CSS
    • Configure Embedded CSS
    • Configure External CSS
    • CSS Selectors: Class, Id, and Descendant
    • Span Element
    • Practice with CSS
    • The Cascade
    • Practice with the Cascade
    • CSS Syntax Validation
    • Review and Apply
  5. Graphics & Text Styling Basics
    • Graphics on the Web
    • Img Element
    • Image Hyperlinks
    • Configure Background Images
    • Position Background Images
    • CSS Multiple Background Images
    • Fonts with CSS
    • CSS Text Properties
    • Practice with Graphics and Text
    • Configure List Markers with CSS
    • The Favorites Icon
    • Image Maps
    • Figure and Figcaption Elements
    • Review and Apply
  6. More CSS Basics
    • Width and Height with CSS
    • The Box Model
    • Margin and Padding with CSS
    • Borders with CSS
    • CSS Rounded Corners
    • Center Page Content with CSS
    • CSS Box Shadow and Text Shadow
    • CSS Background Clip and Origin
    • CSS Background Resize and Scale
    • Practice with CSS Properties
    • CSS Opacity
    • CSS RGBA Color
    • CSS HSLA Color
    • CSS Gradients
    • Review and Apply
  7. Page Layout Basics
    • Normal Flow
    • Float
    • Clear a Float
    • Overflow
    • CSS Box Sizing
    • Basic Two-Column Layout
    • Vertical Navigation with an Unordered List
    • Horizontal Navigation with an Unordered List
    • CSS Interactivity with Pseudo-Classes
    • Practice with CSS Two-Column Layout
    • CSS for Print
    • CSS Sprites
    • Positioning with CSS
    • Fixed Position Navigation Bar
    • Fragment Identifiers
    • Single Page Website
    • Review and Apply
  8. Responsive Layout Basics
    • CSS Flexible Box Layout
    • More About Flex Containers
    • Flexbox Image Gallery
    • Configure Flex Items
    • Practice with Flexbox
    • CSS Grid Layout
    • Grid Columns, Rows, and Gap
    • Two-Column Grid Page Layout
    • Layout with Grid Areas
    • Progressive Enhancement with Grid
    • Centering with Flexbox and Grid
    • Viewport Meta Tag
    • CSS Media Queries
    • Responsive Layout with Media Queries
    • Responsive Grid Layout with Media Queries
    • Flexible Images with CSS
    • Picture Element
    • Responsive Img Element Attributes
    • Testing Mobile Display
    • Review and Apply
  9. Table Basics
    • Table Overview
    • Table Rows, Cells, and Headers
    • Span Rows and Columns
    • Configure an Accessible Table
    • Style a Table with CSS
    • CSS Structural Pseudo-classes
    • Configure Table Sections
    • Review and Apply
  10. Form Basics
    • Form Overview
    • Input Element and Text Box
    • Submit Button and Reset Button
    • Check Box and Radio Button
    • Textarea Element
    • Select Element and Option Element
    • Label Element
    • Fieldset Element and Legend Element
    • Style a Form with CSS
    • Form Layout with CSS Grid
    • Server-Side Processing
    • Practice with a Form
    • Password, Hidden, and File Upload Controls
    • More Text Form Controls
    • Datalist Element
    • Slider and Spinner Controls
    • Date and Color-Well Controls
    • More Form Practice
    • Review and Apply
  11. Media and Interactivity Basics
    • Getting Started with Audio and Video
    • Audio Element and Source Element
    • Video Element and Source Element
    • Practice with Video
    • Iframe Element
    • CSS Transform Property
    • CSS Transition Property
    • Practice with Interactivity
    • CSS Drop-Down Menu
    • Details Element and Summary Element
    • JavaScript & jQuery
    • HTML5 APIs
    • Review and Apply
  12. Web Publishing Basics
    • File Organization
    • Register a Domain Name
    • Choose a Web Host
    • Secure Sockets Layer (SSL)
    • Publish with File Transfer Protocol
    • Search Engine Submission
    • Search Engine Optimization
    • Accessibility Testing
    • Usability Testing
    • Review and Apply

APPENDIX

HTML5 Cheat Sheet

CSS Cheat Sheet

WCAG 2.1 Quick Reference

Landmark Roles with ARIA

Web Safe Color Palette

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