- Your first HTML/CSS/JS page
- Variables, values, functions, operators, and expressions
Medium of instructions English
Mode of learning Self study
Mode of Delivery Video and Text Based
Learning efforts 6-8 Hours Per Week
- Online mode
- Five weeks course
- Six to eight hours of study per week
- Video transcripts
- Introductory level
- Self Paced Learning
- Coding videos
- Course modules
- Interactive examples
- Video transcripts
- Edx support
- Graded assignments
- Shareable certificate
- Independent learning
Course and certificate fees
Type of course
certificate providing authority
Who it is for
Certificate qualifying details:
What you will learn
- Creating engaging websites using DOM API.
- Handling HTML5 forms
- Creating graphics and animations with the help of HTML5 canvas.
Step 2: Click on the ‘Enroll’ link on the page.
Step 3: Sign in to the account and complete the registration process.
Filling the form
The candidates will have to enter their name, email address, and their country name to register for the course or can sign in using their Google, Facebook, Microsoft, or Apple ID.
Module 2: Adding interactivity to HTML
- Conditional statements, loops, and logical operators
- Functions and callbacks
- Handling events
- The DOM API
- Let's write a small game
Module 3: Playing with HTML5
- Arrays and iterators
- Displaying a map with the Geolocation API
- Playing sound samples and music
Module 4: Structuring data
- Objects, properties, and methods
- Creating multiple objects
- Improving the small game with classes
Module 5: Working with forms
- HTML5 tables, forms, and input fields
- The JSON notation
- Let's create a small application
How it helps
The online course is jointly developed by the University of Cote d’Azur and the World Wide Web Consortium(W3C) for students who are interested in learning about web development.
The online program is scheduled for five weeks with weekly six to eight hours of study.
The candidates are required to have completed their high school education.
You can log in at any time and learn at your own pace.
No, you have to take the course on the verified track to receive the certificate.