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Learn to Build Websites with HTML and CSS

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Learn to Build Websites with HTML and CSS. This course will help you train yourself with fundamental HTML and CSS so that you can start coding your web pages as soon as you are done with the course.

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  1. Chapter 1

  2. Chapter 2

  3. Chapter 3

    • 3- Fundamentals of HTML and CSS
  4. Chapter 4

  5. Chapter 5

    • 5- Project: Creating Header
    • Quiz 2
  6. Chapter 6

  7. Chapter 7

    • 7- Project : Implementing the 1st content area
  8. Chapter 8

    • 8- Project : Implementing remaining content area
    • Quiz 4
  9. Chapter 9

    • 9- Project: Creating the footer
    • Quiz 5
  10. Chapter 10

    • 10- Project: Exploring HTML form
  11. Chapter 11

    • 11- Best Practices
    • Quiz 6
  • About this Training

    In this course you will learn fundamentals and coding concepts of HTML and CSS. You will learn how to build a Website. After completing this course you will be equipped to create your own website in HTML and CSS. You should know basics of how to use an OS (Operating System), browser. This is an online course with 12 video lessons & 6 tests. You can learn anytime from your home at your own pace.

  • Project in this Training

    Build a Homepage of a Restaurant with Footer section: Upcoming Events & Testimonials section, About Us and Services section, Slideshow section and the Header.

  • Clear your Doubts

    You can ask all the questions in 'Clarify your Doubts' forum anytime, course experts will answer all your questions.

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    Receive an E-certificate from us once you complete the course. You can Download the Certificate from your Twenty19 account and also showcase it to your friends and family.

About tags

asked by Thanmai Satya Sai Sri LakshmiT

Anchor tags ( <a></a>) are there to create an 'anchor' for any element on the page that you want to link to another page, either on the same server or externally (also for automatic scrolling within the same page.

Navigation tags ( <nav></nav>) are used to designate entire sections of a page that contain one or more navigation links or elements. They are not links themselves, but must contain links within them. They are also used by screen readers to facilitate visitors with varying levels of visual impairments.

answered by Twenty19Expert Team, 3 months ago. [ 9th - Feb, 2018 ]

Can we use anchor tag instead of nav tag?

answered by Thanmai Satya Sai Sri LakshmiT, 3 months ago. [ 9th - Feb, 2018 ]

about div

asked by Sambit KumarPati

The HTML <div> tag is used for defining a section of your document. With the div tag, you can group large sections of HTML elements together and format them with CSS.
In your case,the coder has divided the body and main section and grouped them together.
And the main task of <div> is to group various elements of the

answered by VikasMishra, 6 months ago. [ 14th - Nov, 2017 ]

The HTML <div> tag is used for defining a section of your document. With the div tag, you can group large sections of HTML elements together and format them with CSS.
In your case,the coder has divided the body and main section and grouped them together.
And the main task of <div> is to group various elements of the HTML and format it with CSS.

answered by VikasMishra, 6 months ago. [ 14th - Nov, 2017 ]

about meta

asked by Sambit KumarPati

UTF-8 is character encoding of the page. Meta is information about the page. It should be used in head section of the page

answered by , 6 months ago. [ 13th - Nov, 2017 ]

about media

asked by Sambit KumarPati

It means the styling will apply to screen, print or any other medium on which the page will be viewed

answered by , 6 months ago. [ 13th - Nov, 2017 ]

Basics of coding

asked by EugeneSamuel

No Answers yet

where from we will get the images to do the project?

asked by RupsaDe

I didnt get your question. Can you elaborate it further?

answered by , [ Feb, 2017 ]

you will have to save images in a separate folder. and link that folder with your html file so that when you run your code the image will show up. like say you have a root folder named "HTML files" inside that you have your css as well as your html files. now in this root folder you also have another folder named "Images" where you are storing all your images that you want to apply in your web page. So when you are putting an image from your images folder into your html file you will have to mention the path of your image file to make the browser know from where it has to collect the image from. Like in this case your code will be -
<img src="Images/the name of your image file.extension">

answered by KaushikBanerjee, 10 months ago. [ 19th - Jun, 2017 ]

ya but i want to complete this particular project about "restaurant".....so where will i get these particular images with which twenty19 has dne the project...before storing where will i get the images????

answered by RupsaDe, 10 months ago. [ 20th - Jun, 2017 ]

its not necessary that you have to put in the same image that twenty19 video tutorials have used. you can also give images of your choice.

answered by KaushikBanerjee, 10 months ago. [ 21st - Jun, 2017 ]

ok ok..thnks..actlly i was interested to do the same thing...its ok.no issue

answered by RupsaDe, 10 months ago. [ 22nd - Jun, 2017 ]

no problem. you're welcome

answered by KaushikBanerjee, 10 months ago. [ 23rd - Jun, 2017 ]

Hi Guys, On 21st June 2017 our team will be online between 8 -9 PM to answer your doubts, please feel free to post your doubts in the forum and get it cleared - Twenty19 Team

asked by Twenty19Expert Team

No Answers yet

where to create folder for js images css files in which folder and were to save this programs of html

asked by nagapurisai vishal

create a folder and store the html and css files there. Inside this folder you can create another folder to store the images. but remember the file paths to mention it in your html files.

answered by KaushikBanerjee, 10 months ago. [ 19th - Jun, 2017 ]

iam not able to change the font size and font color in basics of coding of html and css imean iam not able to make the stylesheets

asked by nagapurisai vishal

The HTML code-
<html>
<heead>
<meta charset="utf-8">
<title>Page title</title>
<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="stylesheet.css">
</head>
<body>
<img src="images/earth.jpg">
<div id="test1"> hello World</div>
<p class="testparagraph">This is a dummy page</p>
</body>
</html>

The CSS code-

#test1{
color: red;
font-size: 32px;
}

.testparagraph{
color: blue;
text-transform: uppercase;
}

img{
width: 500px;
padding: 10px;
height: 500px;
}
Do according to the code given.
if u can't understand any part of the code specifically please do ask.

answered by KaushikBanerjee, 10 months ago. [ 19th - Jun, 2017 ]

What if we don't write div tags?

asked by PhalguniRathod

The HTML <div> tag is used for defining a section of your document. With the div tag, you can group large sections of HTML elements together and format them with CSS.
<div> tag is used for block level elements i.e one after the other in different lines.
We can also use <span> tag but they are for inline elements i.e. in a single line.

answered by KaushikBanerjee, 10 months ago. [ 19th - Jun, 2017 ]

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