Through the hands-on construction and design of a multi-page website, you'll explore the basic code of a web page using HTML5. You will examine the format for defining the main page elements, and structural elements for each page. You'll add content to the pages using text blocks, including headings, paragraphs, and lists; anchor tags for absolute, relative, and email hyperlinks; basic graphic elements; simple table structure; and basic form elements. You'll also learn how to use style sheets and to adjust the appearance of pages through basic style rules. Finally, you will review the development and publishing process leading to the launch of a successful website.
(This is part of the Digital Design Certificate Program, but you do not need to enroll in the program to take this workshop.)
Karla Vogel is an Assistant Professor of Computer Information Systems and Supervisor of the Academic Computing Department at UNH Manchester. She joined UNH Manchester in 1986 as coordinator of the computer labs and expanded the access to technology as computers became more powerful and easier to use. As a member of the faculty she directed the Associate's Degree in CIS, introduced a minor, and more recently launched the BS in Computer Information Systems.