Introduction to Programming Using HTML and CSS

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Gain hands-on expertise in HTML and CSS for MTA 98-383 exam with Introduction to Programming Using HTML and CSS course. The course offers complete coverage of the certification exam objectives and provides skills in HTML, CSS, CSS syntax and selectors, creating tables, multimedia, building forms, positioning elements using CSS, responsive web design, and more

Here's what you will get

The Microsoft MTA 98-383: Introduction to Programming using HTML and CSS certification validates candidates' skills to write correct HTML and CSS, structure documents using HTML elements, present multimedia using HTML, and style webpages using CSS. Candidates of this certification are required to have minimum 100 hours of hands-on experience with HTML and CSS, be aware of the key features of HTML and CSS, and comprehend how to compose, debug, and manage HTML and CSS code.

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Exam FAQs
What are the prerequisites for this exam? Candidates are expected to have at least 100 hours of instruction or hands-on experience with HTML and CSS, be familiar with their features and capabilities, and understand how to write, debug, and maintain well-formed HTML and CSS code.
What is the exam registration fee? USD 127
Where do I take the exam? Certiport or Pearson VUE
What is the format of the exam? Single choice, multiple choice, drag-and-drop, active screen, build list, case studies, and short answer.
How many questions are asked in the exam? The exam contains 40-60 questions.
What is the duration of the exam? 45 minutes
What is the passing score? 700
Where can I find more information about this exam? To know more about the 98-383, click here.
What are the career opportunities after passing this exam?
  • Web Developer
  • Technical Analyst
  • Web Programmer
  • Software Developer
  • HTML/CSS Engineer
  • Programmer Analyst
  • CSS/HTML Developer
  • HTML/CSS Programmer

Here's what you will learn

  • Introduction to HTML
  • HTML5
  • Creating your First HTML Page
  • Introduction to Tags
  • Introduction to Elements
  • Introduction to Attributes
  • HTML Scripts
  • Summary
  • Structure of an HTML Program
  • Headings in HTML
  • Paragraphs in HTML
  • Lists in HTML
  • Comments
  • Metadata Elements Used in HTML
  • Summary
  • The Link Tag
  • Relative and Absolute Path
  • Linking with the Same Document
  • Linking Other Documents on the Web
  • Summary
  • Structural Elements
  • The Thematic Break
  • The Line Break
  • Summary
  • Introduction to CSS
  • New Features Introduced in CSS3
  • Types of CSS
  • Summary
  • CSS Syntax
  • CSS Selectors
  • Browser Support
  • Summary
  • The Box Model
  • Text Formatting
  • Font Properties
  • Border Properties
  • Adding Comments in CSS
  • Summary
  • Introduction
  • The <img> Tag
  • Adding Alternative Text to Images
  • Adjusting Image Size
  • Using Images as Links
  • Using Images as Background
  • Using Images as Bullets
  • Summary
  • HTML Table Tags
  • Adding Table Border
  • Setting Table Width and Height
  • Adding Color to a Table
  • Cell Padding and Spacing
  • Aligning Content of a Table
  • Formatting Table using Rowspan and Colspan
  • Advanced Tags
  • Summary
  • The <form> Tag
  • Form Elements
  • Input Types and Restrictions
  • Summary
  • The Video Element
  • The Audio Element
  • The Inline Frame Element
  • The Canvas Element
  • The SVG Element
  • Summary
  • The Position Property
  • The Float Property
  • Overlapping Elements
  • The Overflow Property
  • Inline vs. Block
  • The Visibility Property
  • Summary
  • What is Responsive Web Design?
  • Measuring Units
  • Percentage vs. Pixel
  • Custom Images
  • Media Queries
  • Framework and Template
  • Summary

Hands on Activities (Labs)

  • Creating an HTML Page
  • Adding a Script to HTML Document
  • Calling an External Script
  • Using the <noscript> Element in HTML
  • Using Headings in HTML
  • Using Paragraphs in HTML
  • Using an Ordered List in HTML
  • Using an Ordered List to Start with a Specific Number
  • Using an Unordered List in HTML
  • Using an Unordered List to Display Different Bullets
  • Using the Description List
  • Using a Nested List
  • Using Comments in an HTML File
  • Using Metadata Elements in HTML
  • Defining Character Encoding in HTML
  • Using Keywords and Description for Search Engines
  • Using the Target Attributes of Links
  • Creating a Bookmark
  • Linking with the Same Document
  • Creating Structural Elements in HTML
  • Using the Thematic Break
  • Using the Line Break
  • Creating Inline CSS Styles
  • Creating an Internal CSS Styles
  • Using External Style Sheets
  • Importing an External Style Sheet
  • Using the Element Selector
  • Using the Class Selector
  • Using the Class Selector for the Specific HTML Element
  • Using an Id Selector
  • Using the Group Selector
  • Using the Universal Selector
  • Using the Pseudo Classes
  • Using CSS Dimension Property
  • Using the Padding Longhand Property
  • Using the Padding Shorthand Property
  • Using the Border Longhand Property
  • Using the Border Shorthand Property
  • Using the Margin Longhand Property
  • Using the Margin Shorthand Property
  • Using the Text-Color Property
  • Using the Text-Align Property
  • Using the Text-Decoration Property
  • Using the Text-Indentation Property
  • Using the Text-Transform Property
  • Understanding Text Spacing
  • Using the Text-Shadow Property
  • Using the Font-Style Property
  • Using the Font-Variant Property
  • Using the Font-Weight Property
  • Using the Font-Size Property
  • Using the Font-Family Property
  • Using the Font Property
  • Using the Border-Style Property
  • Using the Border-Width Property
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Introduction to Programming Using HTML and CSS