HTML5 and CSS: Structuring Pages

NOTE: If you're designing or developing an IU departmental website, we strongly encourage you to use IU's WCMS. Learn more about publishing departmental pages at IU.

Learning Objectives

  • Use metadata effectively
  • Use external stylesheets to standardize multiple pages
  • Create and style tables
  • Create internal-page navigation
  • Create a well formed header and footer  
  • Use pseudo-classes to add interest to a document

Prerequisite Skills

  • Structure text and image content for the web using HTML5
  • Use semantic markup
  • Create hyperlinks to link to other pages
  • Understand the box model for basic layout
  • Make an accessible, well-formed web page

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