HTML5 and CSS3 Fundamentals

​This series will teach you the fundamentals of HTML5 & CSS3 programming | taught by Bob Tabor

Course description

This series will teach you the fundamentals of HTML5 & CSS3 programming. Watch to learn concepts about web pages, CSS3 styles and HTML5 features. We’ll walk you through getting the web principals, writing code and much more!

Course Curriculum

Code Files for Course
HTML-01 – Series Introduction
HTML-02 – Creating Your First HTML5 Web Page
HTML-03 – Styling Your First HTML5 Web Page with CSS3
HTML-04 – Understanding the HTML5 You Wrote
HTML-05 – Working with Paragraphs and Text
HTML-06 – Defining the Structure of Your Document
HTML-07 – Working with Figures and Images
HTML-08 – Working with Lists
HTML-09 – Creating Tables
HTML-10 – Creating Forms
HTML-11 – Form Validation and Other Future HTML5 Form Enhancements
HTML-12 – Understanding Cascading Style Sheets
HTML-13 – CSS3 Font and Text Properties
HTML-14 – CSS3 Color and Background Properties
HTML-15 – CSS3 List and Table Properties
HTML-16 – CSS3 Box Properties
HTML-17 – Working with CSS3 Font-Face
HTML-18 – Embedding Video in HTML5
HTML-19 – Working with the HTML5 Canvas
HTML-20 – Working with SVG in HTML5
HTML-21 – Where to Go From Here
HTML5 and CSS3 Fundamentals Q & A
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Bob Tabor
Bob Tabor

Bob Tabor is an author, trainer, entrepreneur and five time Microsoft Most Valuable Professional award winner. He founded LearnVisualStudio.NET in February, 2002 in an effort to make training inexpensive and accessible to everyone. He was the first to create training videos on C# and .NET, ASP.NET, Visual Basic, Visual Studio, SQL Server and more. In 2004, Microsoft approach Bob about creating courses that would be included "in the box" in the various Visual Studio 2005 Express Editions. These became the very first video training courses hosted on Microsoft's own web properties. Since then Bob has created hundreds of hours of training featured on Microsoft's like Channel9 and Microsoft Virtual Academy. Universities, companies and non-profits around the world use Bob's training in their curriculum on a daily basis.

Before striking out on his own, he worked as a software development consultant in the Dallas, Texas USA area at large organizations like Ernst & Young, KPMG, Sprint, American Heart Association, Mary Kay Corporation and others. He has a degree in Management Information Systems from Loyola University of Chicago, but with regard to software development is self-taught. After struggling for years to grasp important software development ideas, he realized that the fundamental problem with training was that it was expensive and instructors were inconsistent in their knowledge and presentation skills. Bob is married, has two sons in college and lives in the Dallas, Texas, USA area.