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Earn Your First Technical Certification
Over 80% of Human Resource folks say Technical Certifications are essential.
Maybe it’s time for you to call yourself a certified professional?
If you’ve been interested in learning to develop professional websites and mobile applications– and perhaps making it your career– I’d like to tell you a secret.
Certification sets you apart.
Technical certification is proof that you know what you say you do. Anybody can tell you that they know a technical topic– But imagine being able to say that you don’t just understand a technical topic, you can prove it!
Certified technical folks get to cut the line and have doors opened to them.
Start Your Education
To receive the certification, you’ll complete our online, instructor support course entitled HTML5 Authoring with Mark Lassoff.
You’ll learn valuable skills that are the foundation of a technical career in web and mobile development.
The Foundation of a Technical Career
The HTML5 Specialist Designation provides a foundation for learning professional level web development and web design.
Upon completing the program, you’ll earn your certification. This certification is not just a piece of paper to hang on your wall. The HTML5 Specialist Designation is validated by Credential.net. That means your certification will appear on a Credential.net page accessible by private URL. You’ll also be able to list the certification on your LinkedIn account so everyone can see your accomplishment. (Employers have been known to scan for certified individuals on LinkedIn.)
Week One: Hitting the Ground Running
StartBasic Document Structure (7:18)
StartUsing HTML5 Headings (4:35)
StartParagraph Tags (2:46)
StartMore HTML5 Tags (6:30)
StartGetting Started with CSS Text Rules (13:10)
Week Two: Moving Right Along
StartUsing div and span Elements (9:15)
StartGoogle Fonts (8:16)
StartCSS Libraries and Frameworks (5:01)
StartLists in HTML5 (5:46)
Week Three: Beyond the Basics
StartHTML5 Tables (15:32)
StartHTML5 Forms (18:08)
StartHTML5 Buttons (7:43)
Week Four: The Not-So-Bitter End
StartThe Box Model (9:14)
StartPage Layout (14:51)