Welcome to Semantic HTML: How to Structure Web Pages. In this course, you will learn how to create semantic markup using HTML5. Doing so will give search engines and assistive technologies (like screen readers) greater understanding of your content.
1.Introduction1 lesson, 00:55
2.Semantic Markup5 lessons, 36:35
3.Conclusion1 lesson, 02:46
Hello and welcome to our semantic HTML course on how to structure web pages. My name is Craig Campbell, and I will be your instructor for this course. If you've been designing and developing websites for more than a couple of years, then you're probably used to peppering your HTML markup with div tags. Once we stopped using tables for layout purposes, divs became the go-to element for grouping content together for layout. Well, in this course, you're going to learn why divs aren't good enough anymore, and how you can make your markup better by using semantic HTML elements to structure the content on your page. So, let me start by saying thank you for watching this course. I hope you learn a lot from it. And in the next lesson, we'll get started.Back to the top