This Topic, we’ll spend our time almost exclusively learning about additional HTML elements.

Starting with a quick review, we’ll move into structural markup elements; specifically, various types of lists. Lists are something that are used constantly in communicating information, and HTML has very logical ways for working with lists.

We’ll explore a lot of semantic markup elements that are used to add or change the meaning of text and prose. We’ll also look at how to use links for other websites, as well as e-mailing.

Also, we’ll begin utilizing our course textbook, HTML & CSS. Required readings will be posted on    TODO  pages, under the diamond logo ().

By the end of this Topic, we hope you:

  • Are comfortable with structuring HTML documents, as well as many types of semantic markup.
  • Have a firm grasp of linking, both internally and externally.
  • Have purchased and began our course textbook.