HTML is short for HyperText Markup Language. HTML is used to create electronic documents (called pages) that are displayed on the World Wide Web.

1.Using HTML5 and CSS3 to Build a Web Page

Creating Your First HTML5 Web Page with CSS3

Styling Your First HTML5 Web Page with CSS3

Understanding the HTML5 You Wrote

2.Using HTML5 and CSS3 to Format a Web Page

Working with Paragraphs and Text

3.Defining the Structure of Your Document

Working with Figures and Images

Working with Lists

Creating Tables

4.Working with Forms

Creating Forms

Form Validation and Other Future HTML5 Form Enhancements

5.Using CSS3 Selectors to Style Web Pages

Understanding Cascading Style Sheets

CSS3 Font and Text Properties

CSS3 Color and Background Properties

CSS3 List and Table Properties

6.CSS3 Box Properties

Working with CSS3 Font-Face

7.HTML5 Canvas, Video and SVG Elements

Embedding Video in HTML5

Working with the HTML5 Canvas

Working with SVG in HTML5

Where to Go From Here


8.Writing your First JavaScript Application

Series Introduction

Writing Your First JavaScript Application

Dissecting the First JavaScript Application You Wrote

Writing JavaScript in Visual Web Developer Express Edition

JavaScript Variables, Types, Operators, and Expressions


Conditional Logic in JavaScript

JavaScript Functions

JavaScript Arrays

Looping Statements in JavaScript

Understanding Function versus Global Scope


Working with External JavaScript Files

Object Literals in JavaScript

Understanding the Document Object Model


Getting Started with jQuery

jQuery Selectors

jQuery Events

Installing and Utilizing jQuery Plugins

Unobtrusive JavaScript

Using jQuery to Retrieve JSON via AJAX

Fundamentals of JavaScript Closures

Series Wrap-Up