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Introduction to HTML5 – What did you learn?

  • 30 October 2020
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Introduction to HTML5 – What did you learn?
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The course of the week is Introduction to HTML5 taught by the University of Michigan.

Every week, we feature a course from our catalog of 3,000+ and invite people who have taken the course to share highlights and how they're using what they learned.

Have you taken Introduction to HTML5?

What did you like about it?

What key skills & knowledge did you gain?

Who would you recommend take this course?

What have you done with what you learned?

If you haven’t taken this course, what questions do you have about it? Maybe a community member can answer them.


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  1. I really liked the fact that the course was taught as fundamental and as simple as possible. The structure of the course and the lectures on building blocks of the internet is also amazing. 
  2. Writing about the skill acquired in this course cannot do the justice. However, I would try my best. In this course I learned how to host my website by using different method e.g. c-panel amongst others and how to use different platform e.g. GitHub. The lecturer also provided me with materials and resources (Link to Free Hosting platform) to solidify my knowledge about the subject matter. Another important skills acquired in this course are on validation and accessibility. I learned how to develop website that will be accessible to lots of people irrespective of their disabilities. And how to adhered to the use of semantics for validation purpose and W3C rules(POUR).
  3. A complete beginner passionate about having tech skills and ready to persevere . 
  4. I have developed my personal website and published it on GitHub. I also did the validation test in other to be sure on adhering to W3C guidelines.
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It was a great review of HTML in general, but combined with CSS, I use it to make web pages whether they’re published on the Net or not. I had planned to go on further into Web Development, since I had a background in it before, but had some issues that interfered with my progress. I hope to be able to build a full stack page on my machine locally and then upload one to some server for publishing. For a back end, I hope to use Python and SQLite or MySQL. But I need to learn DJango first.

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Really this course is very good for beginner in web development.I would be grateful to coursera for supporting to build career.We can learn some important topics in this course like, other web resources, code validation, assignment for practice, git, web hosting etc.Overall, they guide us properly with right way.Thanks to coursera.

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Really this course is  too good in web development.I would be grateful to coursera for helping to build career.We can learn some important points in this course . Assignment part is too helpful to me. Overall, they guide me properly. Thanks a lot  to coursera.

It was great for beginners. Beautiful and detailed explanations and apps made it easy to learn. A lot of information-filled courses such as the basics of websites and how a site is being built. Thank you to Cursera and my teacher for helping to improve your career.

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  1. What did you like about it?

       Ans: The Introduction to HTML course taught me all the basics required as an SEO professional.

  1. What key skills & knowledge did you gain?

      Ans: Assignments helped me a lot. I have learned all the HTML basic knowledge required in this  course.   

  1. Who would you recommend take this course?

      Ans: I recommend all the SEO professionals whoever want to learn HTML basics to take up this course. I love the quality of courses and teachers on Coursera and this keeps me coming  back.

  1. What have you done with what you learned?

     Ans: All the HTML basics which i gained in this course helps me always during SEO Technical Site Audit and during evaluation of issues and while resolving them.

 

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