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Jim Hague

Jim Hague

Additional Form Elements

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Table of Contents

I. Introduction
Overview of HTML 5

5m 14s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:08
Sample of What HTML 5 Looks Like
0:28
Video Formats
1:28
Audio Files
1:34
Video and Audio Elements/ Attributes
1:46
Form Elements
2:24
Action
2:34
Example of Forms You'll Create
2:45
Java Script
3:54
Header and Body
4:07
Preview
4:36
Types of Websites

7m 46s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:25
Types of Websites
1:01
E-Commerce
1:12
Promo
1:52
Database
2:22
Social Media
3:10
Languages of the Web
3:47
Server Side
4:08
Client Side
6:06
What is HTML?

6m 9s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:14
What is HTML?
0:34
Markup Language
0:42
Definition
1:35
Programming Languages
1:52
Opening Tags/ Closing Tags
3:10
Examples
3:23
Tags That Don't Need Closing Tags
3:56
Source Code
4:21
Firefox
4:46
Internet Explorer
5:00
Chrome
5:29
Creation of the Internet

25m 35s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:17
What is the Internet?
0:56
Definition
1:04
Main Frame
1:29
Who Invented the Computer?
3:22
Charles Babbage
3:44
Created Idea & Plans
4:49
The Difference Engine
5:16
Evolution of Computers
5:30
Server Room
5:46
Evolution of Computers
6:49
Apple Founders
6:59
Personal Computer
7:12
Evolution of Computers
7:48
Commodore (Apple)
7:58
1990's PC
8:11
2000's Computer Became More of Entertainment System
8:35
1990's Laptop
9:00
Thinner Version of Laptop
9:10
iPhone/ Tablets
9:34
Creation of the Internet
10:19
Purpose of the Internet
10:38
Explain Diagram
11:34
Creation of the Internet
12:19
Ray Tomlinson
13:15
TELENET
13:57
Created for Concept of Logging In
14:16
U.S. Military's Interest
14:35
FTP
15:11
1980's Telnet to TCP/IP
15:40
How TCP was Better
15:58
1980's Newsgroups
16:23
Newsgroups Allows Collaboration Between Students & Professors
16:35
1990's Search Engines
17:15
Gopher Address
17:32
1900's Spidering
18:12
Definition
18:25
1990's Search Engines
19:27
Mark Andreseen
19:47
Netscape
20:30
2000's Social Media
21:14
1990's AOL Chat Room
21:34
Myspace
22:36
Facebook
23:50
The Impact in Our Lives

15m 11s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:30
1990's Community
0:59
AOL Chat Rooms
1:09
56.6K Modem
1:49
Internet's All About Community
2:36
1990's Community
3:54
View Pictures of All Sorts of People
4:08
Pioneering Concept
5:19
.com Bubble Burst
5:50
What Are They
6:04
How Long They Lasted
6:14
What Caused the .com Bubble Burst
6:30
Brick & Mortar
7:30
Today
8:23
Things We Do With the Internet
8:39
Shop
8:40
Watch Movies
9:00
Online Dating
9:27
Social Media
9:49
Telephone
10:01
Learn
10:16
Tomorrow: Following
10:36
Hand Held Devices Will Become the Norm
10:52
Tomorrow: Bigger
11:46
Bigger Devices (Monitor)
11:56
Tomorrow: Apps
12:40
Every Company Will have an iPhone App
12:51
Tomorrow: Privacy Challenged
13:38
Tomorrow: Servers in the Home
13:58
Careers in Web Development

23m 25s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:49
Front-End Developer
1:08
HTML
1:24
Javascript
3:04
CSS
3:59
Flash
5:10
Images Software
6:58
Importance of Front-End Developer
8:15
Set the Tone for the Project
9:09
Your Work is What People Will See
9:30
Your Work Sells
10:17
Control Navigation
11:58
Work With Them
12:37
Back-End Developer
13:19
Scenario of What It Does
13:31
Ensures Front-End Developer Connects With Server
14:10
Purpose of Back-End Developer
15:27
Reversing Scenario
15:47
Purpose of Back-End Developer
17:19
Back-End Developer
17:27
PHP
17:52
Javascript
18:11
ASP
18:31
Database
18:54
Functionalities
19:51
Work With Front-End Developer
20:08
Finding Work
20:21
Websites You Can Search At
20:58
Portfolio
21:34
Self-Employed
22:02
II. Getting Started
Tools for Use

11m 45s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:34
HTML Editors
1:41
Notepad
2:16
Edit Pad
2:55
NetBeans
3:29
Text Wrangler
3:45
Google Search
3:57
BBEdit
4:42
BBEdit's Website
4:45
Simultron
5:09
Simultron Example
5:33
Image Manipulation
6:11
Both Have Dream Weaver
6:31
What Is Dream Weaver
7:03
Kompozer
8:15
Kompozer Website
8:32
Coda
9:04
Paint & Paintbrush
9:55
FTP: File Transfer Protocol
10:26
Most Popular FTP
10:47
Firefox FTP
11:03
Planning A Web Site

14m 56s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:26
Flowcharts
0:37
What is a Flowchart
0:44
Create with Google Docs
2:42
Schematics
9:00
What It Is
9:08
Pictorial Explanation: Draw Homepage of Website
9:25
Create with Google Docs
10:49
Storyboarding

6m 42s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:18
Concepts
0:32
Schematics From Previous Lesson - Google Docs
2:32
Storyboarding
4:11
Image Manipulation
4:13
Photoshop
4:23
Important to See Website/ Coding First
5:00
Final Result of Schematics
5:43
Compare Schematics & Final Result
6:06
Elements, Attributes and Tags

12m 12s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:07
What Are Tags?
0:21
Tags Are Mark-Up Language
0:54
Start Tag with No Attributes
1:05
What Are Elements
1:46
Point of Focus
1:55
Example
2:01
Purpose
2:25
Examples of Elements
3:23
Results When You Type In Editor
5:11
What Are Attributes
5:53
Definition
6:05
Examples
6:41
Examples of Attributes
7:12
Image
7:22
What Does the Browser Need to Know About the Image
7:50
See Code in Action
11:05
Starting the Project

6m 20s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:29
Our Target Project
1:09
Navigation
1:23
Populated with Content
1:37
Save All Files
2:03
Sample Page to Create
2:37
What the Code Produces
2:58
How to Make Code Show up
3:51
Our Target Project
4:01
Less Than & Greater Than Code
4:23
Break to Next Line Code
4:41
Bullet Points Code
4:51
Text Code
5:31
See in Browser
5:54
III. HTML 5
Header Tags

43m 14s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:02
Header Section
1:51
Difference Between Header and Body Section
2:15
What the Header is Used For
2:47
Header Section Elements
3:11
Head Section
3:24
Mandatory Elements
3:40
<!DOCTYPE html>
4:51
Purpose
5:04
Show in Code Form
6:33
Show in Browser
7:20
Page You Will Be Creating
9:02
HTML Tag
9:45
Purpose
10:49
Files of HTML
11:23
Show in Browser
12:26
Show in Code Form
13:17
HEAD Tag
16:44
What It Is
17:13
Show in Browser
19:05
Show in Code Form
19:34
TITLE Tag
22:02
What it Consists of
22:21
Important for Search Engine Optimization
22:35
What Title Tag Looks Like
23:24
Show in Browser
23:55
Show in Code Form
24:41
What Are Elements?
25:48
Optional Elements
26:09
APP CACHE
26:30
Purpose
26:37
Cache
27:51
Show in Code Form
28:30
BASE
28:59
Why You Should Use It
30:49
Show in Code Form
31:12
Script
32:40
Show in Code Form
34:10
LINK
34:44
Purpose
34:52
Show in Code Form
36:09
META
36:24
About Information
36:49
Attributes of META Elements
37:42
Name & Keywords
42:08
Show in Code Form
42:43
Text Styling

15m 59s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:18
Body Section
1:34
Font Tag
1:53
Color Attribute
2:02
Hexadecimal System
2:26
Figuring Out Hexadecimal
3:39
RGB Value
4:22
Google Hexadecimal Converter
7:50
Face Attribute
9:22
Common Fonts Used
9:36
How to Write It
10:37
Code Example
10:56
Size Attribute
12:16
Font Size
12:27
Lesson to Download
13:28
Examples of Different Font Attributes
14:35
Information Tags

11m 44s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:17
<ABBR>
1:10
Stands for Abbreviation
1:30
Title
2:16
<ABBR> Example
2:33
Purpose of Coding
3:25
<ADDRESS>
3:46
Represents
4:02
<ADDRESS> Example
4:45
<ARTICLE>
5:45
Address Tag in Article Tag
5:59
<ARTICLE> Example
6:59
<ASIDE>
7:25
<ASIDE> Example
7:48
<CITE>
8:25
Represents
8:30
<CITE> Example
8:56
Practice: Download Info.htm
9:59
End Result
11:22
Tags Used to Emphasize Words

8m 2s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:17
<DEL>
1:22
What It Does
1:26
Two Attributes
1:45
Example
2:07
<INS>
2:52
Two Attributes
3:09
Example
3:15
Header Tags <H1> to <H6>
3:31
Importance
3:49
How It's Displayed on Screen
4:01
<PRE>
5:28
Example
5:52
<EM>
6:35
Example: em.html
7:12
Tags Used to Arrange Text

17m 10s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:14
<DL>
1:12
What It Stands For
1:26
<DT> & <DD>
1:39
Example
1:57
<P>
3:04
Example: Paragraph
3:13
<BLOCKQUOTE>
3:48
Example
4:03
<CAPTION>
4:59
Example
5:32
Tags for Rows
5:56
Information Inside Table is Represented By…
6:15
Caption Tag
6:39
<DIV>
7:07
Example
7:31
Used For
8:03
<FOOTER>
8:18
Example
9:12
Creating List with LI Tag (UL/OL)
9:29
Unordered List
10:02
Attributes
10:10
Example 1
10:51
Ordered List & Numbers
11:16
Example 2
12:34
Example 3
13:04
Example Unordered List
13:44
<Hgroup>
13:57
Header Tags
14:25
Example
15:06
Practice: Download arrangetext.html
15:59
Phrase Tags

5m 32s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:25
<Phrase Tags>
1:31
End Result
1:56
Strong Text
2:16
Definition Term
2:50
Computer Code
3:05
Sample Output from Computer Program
3:32
Keyboard Input
4:12
Variable
4:30
Download in Text Editor: phrasetag.html
5:02
Images

13m 4s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:07
Knowing and Preparing Your Images
1:03
Photoshop
1:41
Other Things You Can Use for Image Manipulation
2:08
The Images Folder
2:55
Every Type of Element Belongs In Its Own Directory
3:16
Types of Images
4:18
Other Types of Images
4:30
PNG
4:50
Transparent Background in Photoshop
6:05
The Pulpit Rock: Image & Caption
6:38
<FIGURE>
7:12
Figure
7:22
Figcaption
7:27
Code for The Pulpit Rock
7:34
See the <figcaption>
8:30
Arrangements
8:45
Two Important Attributes
9:06
Sample Code
9:47
Types of Images
10:30
Where Text Appears
10:38
Image.html
11:39
Hyperlinking

25m 50s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:24
Types of Links
1:14
Link Elements
1:46
Most Important Element: <A>
1:55
Attributes
2:06
Target
2:43
HREF
3:33
Target
4:13
Four Simple Attributes of Target
4:30
See Blank
4:45
Self
5:36
Parent
6:02
Top
6:34
REL/ REV
6:57
Relevance
7:22
Document with Rev/Rel Attributes
7:49
REL
8:32
REV
8:41
Name
9:09
Hyperlink
9:57
Example
10:25
Important: Use # Sign
11:05
Create Hyperlink
11:51
Click Here to Return to Top of Page
12:31
Images
13:17
Alternate Text
13:25
Area
14:07
Html Example
14:33
Refers to Images
15:42
How to Write Code from Example
16:24
Rectangle: Coordinates
18:49
Image Map
19:37
Circle
21:56
Polygon
23:12
HW
23:56
Area Website to Visit
25:07
Browser: Upload Image
25:28
Tables

16m 51s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:15
Anatomy of a Table
2:04
Purpose of a Table
2:14
Elements/ Attributes
3:01
Cell
4:06
Alignment
4:52
Obsolete in HTML 5.0
5:09
Anatomy of a Table
5:42
Opening & Ending Tags
5:58
Other Attributes
6:12
Border
6:26
Align
6:37
Cell Spacing
7:28
Cell Spacing vs Cell Padding
8:13
Rows
9:01
Anatomy of a Table
9:54
HTML 4.0
10:25
CSS as defined by HTML 5
10:52
Comparing HTML 4.0 & 5.0
12:35
Website for CSS Padding Help
14:43
Tables Coding
15:40
Forms

22m 34s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:20
Purpose of a Form
0:39
Form Elements (Objects)
1:56
Form Tag
2:19
Input Type
2:51
Type Attributes
3:42
Attributes Give Further Instructions
3:56
Download form1.html
4:56
Show in Browser
5:14
Text Field
6:17
Text Area
7:26
Radio Buttons
8:15
List Menu
8:44
File
9:44
Hidden
10:46
Password
11:31
Label
12:00
Button: HTML or Image
12:48
Download form2.html
13:17
Text Field
13:52
Name
14:02
Autofocus
14:44
Autocomplete
15:21
Disabled
15:52
Maxlength
16:21
Min Value
16:53
Multiple
17:25
Placeholder
17:57
Read Only
18:29
Required
18:59
Accept
19:30
Text Area Attributes
19:52
Wrap
20:21
Autofocus Disabled Maxlength
20:34
Additional Form Elements

6m 23s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:20
Text Field Attributes: Download form3.html
0:58
Color
1:35
Range
2:33
Search
3:02
Select/ Optgroup/ Option
3:39
Select Tag
3:52
Optgroup Tag
4:02
Benefits of Select and Optgroup Option
4:25
Left Side: Simple List
5:17
Right Side: Optgroup Label
5:35
The Form Tag

8m 29s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:09
Illustration of Form Tag
0:55
Form
2:18
Form Element
2:35
Form in Action
2:45
Backend Program
3:08
Form Elements
3:37
Open form4.htm: Text Field Attributes
3:53
Action
4:17
Enctype
4:34
Method
5:01
Novalidate
6:17
Target
6:46
Practice: Code to Work On
7:16
Form Action

6m 20s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:10
Form
1:41
What Happens When You Hit the Submit Buttion
2:06
Path of Action
3:11
Browser Demo
3:42
Contact.php
4:47
Audio

7m 6s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:18
Audio Formats
1:11
Four Main Formats
1:17
Audio Elements/ Attributes
2:47
Autoplay
3:09
Controls
3:29
Loop
3:53
Src
4:41
Audio Elements/ Attributes Live Demo
4:57
Audio.html
5:09
View Source
6:20
Video

6m 47s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:41
Video Formats
1:23
List of Formats
1:26
MP4
1:37
Quick Time
1:58
AVI and OGG
2:07
Video Elements/ Attributes
3:02
Autoplay
3:19
Controls
3:34
Source
3:47
More Attributes
4:08
Download Video.html
5:31
Code
5:40
Iframe

13m 29s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:23
Purpose of an Iframe
0:39
Download Frame.html
0:57
Iframe Elements/ Attributes
2:13
Typical Attributes
2:30
Scrolling
3:23
Allowtransparency
3:43
Example Code
4:02
Auto
4:51
Open Frame.html in Browser
5:57
Open Text Editor
7:22
Frame2.html
8:11
Code
8:25
Source Code Change Scrolling
8:59
Source Code Name
11:01
Preparing HyperLinks
12:05
Target = Name of Frame
12:38
Code
13:02
Character Codes

10m 58s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:27
Types of Codes
1:33
Common Symbols
1:45
Uncommon Symbols
1:57
ASCII Code Example
3:19
Copyright Info
3:23
Copyright Symbols
4:00
Minimum Digits
5:46
Website: ASCII Control Character
7:00
Website: Extended ASCII Codes
9:50
Simple Java Script

15m 15s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:21
Placement of JS File
2:35
JS File Location
2:39
What is a JS File
3:13
javascript.js File
3:35
Script and Source Attribute
4:18
Analyzing Code
4:59
Javascript File
5:15
Common Code
5:49
Frame.html
8:34
Javascript Samples
9:35
References
11:38
Copy the Code
11:58
Website: Dynamic Drive
12:42
Finishing Up

8m 49s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:26
Registering a Domain Name
1:04
Difference Between Registrar and a Host
1:30
Domain Name is Like Your Phone Number
2:04
Phone is Like Host
2:32
Keep Domain Name, Change Host
3:34
FTP
4:49
Uploading / Downloading
5:04
Software
5:54
Need This From Webhost
6:30
What a FTP File Looks Like
7:26
How it Looks After You Press Connect
8:11
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Post by Jorge Guerrero on June 30, 2012

Now I get the new HTML5 elements. They're for more clarity between front-end and back-end. I thought one invated the other, but I was wrong. I can see the purpose now.

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Post by Jorge Guerrero on June 30, 2012

Is this working?

Additional Form Elements

  • This is a drop down menu
  • <SELECT> tag allows for choices in a drop down menu
  • <OPT GROUP> Allows for further categorizing
  • This tag is available only on HTML 5.0

Additional Form Elements

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  • Intro 0:00
  • Lesson Overview 0:20
  • Text Field Attributes: Download form3.html 0:58
    • Color
    • Range
    • Search
  • Select/ Optgroup/ Option 3:39
    • Select Tag
    • Optgroup Tag
  • Benefits of Select and Optgroup Option 4:25
    • Left Side: Simple List
    • Right Side: Optgroup Label
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