This tutorial is designed for a college-level class in Web development.
Language elements follow the latest HTML (HyperText Markup Language)
standards published by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and implemented
by modern Web browser software. Extensive coverage of HTML and Cascading
Style Sheets (CSS) provides the language elements needed to compose most
types of Web pages with the most common features.
The materials cover HTML 5, the most recently published implementation
of the language. Many of the features of earlier versions of HTML and
XHTML have been removed or replaced by newer methods of producing markup
for structuring and styling Web pages. However, many of the language
elements that are not supported under version 5 are presented here
for compatibility with traditional methods; the student is likely
to encounter these elements on existing pages, while adopted newer
methods for future pages.
While HTML 5 is not yet an official W3C standard, most modern browsers
support some features of HTML 5.
Dr. Kevin S. Floyd
Dr. Myungjae Kwak
Dr. Alan Stines
Department of Information Technology