Students Will Learn:
- Using the new HTML5 semantic elements to define the structure of a page
- Adding video and audio to a Web page
- Using the new form input types and form attributes
- Using client-side form validation features within HTML5
- Adding dynamic graphics to a Web page using Canvas
- Using the new attribute selectors and pseudo-classes in CSS3
- Creating effects with CSS3 such as drop shadows, text shadows and using custom fonts
- Referencing jQuery in a Page
- Selecting page elements using jQuery selectors
- Selecting DOM elements using standard DOM methods
- Creating and using jQuery plugins
- Registering events in jQuery
- Setting CSS properties of page elements
- Making Ajax requests using the $.ajax function
- Changing the display style of an element using various effect methods
This hands on course is intended for experienced Web designers and
developers who wish to exploit HTML5 and jQuery to create feature-rich,
dynamic Web sites. The course provides a thorough introduction into the
use of HTML5, CSS3 and jQuery to create Web sites that target the
capabilities of modern browsers. HTML5 includes new structural and form
elements, implementation of audio and video elements, and intrinsic
APIs that offer features such as determining user location, Web storage,
and dynamic creation of graphics using Canvas. CSS3 introduces new
selectors and properties, creation of drop shadows, text shadows,
rounded corners and gradient backgrounds without the use of an image
editor, as well as simple animated effects without the use of
jQuery simplifies client-side scripting via a series of open-source
libraries that provide frameworks for enhanced functionality. The course
covers the jQuery library, DOM manipulation, Ajax requests, and an
overview of the UI library. Comprehensive hands on exercises are
integrated throughout to reinforce learning and develop real competency.
50% of the class is focused on hands-on lab exercises.
Course materials include student guide, hands-on lab manual and USB flash drive for examples and lab work.
Students receive a certificate of completion at the end of class.
Students can retake any portion of a class that has been completed, within 12 months at no extra cost.