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How CSS training helps you

  • Published on September 17, 2018
How CSS training helps you

Cascading Style Sheets, or CSS, regulates how documents appear on web pages. Style sheets provide control over text, colors, layout, and many other factors that impact the design and layout of a webpage. Learning CSS is increasingly important in the modern workplace, as more job functions require the ability to either create or edit online content. CSS training can help those in sales, marketing, communication, and technical writing positions as they may all be expected to edit or produce web pages.

How to learn HTML email marketing

  • Published on September 14, 2018
How to learn HTML email marketing

Creating email messages that get noticed and open is an acquired skill. Successful HTML email marketing requires that messages make it through spam filters, are clear and understandable, and can be viewed successfully using various devices and email client applications. Learning to create HTML email marketing campaigns involves much more than how to add text and images. HTML email marketing classes help professionals to reach and engage with their audiences.

How HTML email training can help you

  • Published on September 12, 2018
How HTML email training can help you

Email marketing that uses stylized text, images, and links is known as HTML email, as Hyper Text Markup Language (HTML) is used to tag, structure and format content. HTML email uses both HTML and embedded cascading style sheets (CSS) to produce messages sent by email. When well-formatted, they can be received clearly on a range of mobile, tablet, and desktop devices.

How learning HTML can help you

  • Published on August 30, 2018
How learning HTML can help you

The foundation of every website is HTML, or Hypertext Markup Language. Together with Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), HTML is the backbone behind webpages and even many apps. Because HTML tells web browsers what content to display, it controls and structures online content. Learning HTML helps you to better understand how web pages are constructed, as well as create or edit existing web pages. HTML uses tags that tell web browsers what text, graphics, videos, and other content appears on a page.

How to Learn HTML

  • Published on August 21, 2018
How to Learn HTML

When deciding how to learn HTML there are several available options, including in-person classes, online courses, private instruction, books, and tutorials. The best way to learn HTML depends upon the available timeframe for learning, budget, and learning preference. Many in-person courses make it possible to learn HTML quickly, but have a higher cost, while books and tutorials have a lower cost but lack the guidance of an instructor.

Best options to learn HTML5

  • Published on November 1, 2017
Best options to learn HTML5

Learning HTML5 is essential for anyone working with websites, web pages, or web enabled apps. The need to learn HTML5 goes beyond web designers, developers, and UX professionals. Marketing professionals who create landing pages for campaigns, content professionals who update websites, and app developers all benefit from learning HTML5 skills. HTML5 is an iteration of HTML, the official standard language for creating web pages. It includes capabilities found in modern websites, taking them beyond basic websites with static text and images.

Mobile web usage in U.S. growing dramatically

  • Published on May 27, 2016
Mobile web usage in U.S. growing dramatically

Mobile website usage has grown larger than many researchers imagined possible. Las year mobile devices downloaded 10 billion gigabytes of data. That’s like every man, woman, and child downloading more than 31 gigabytes each, or enough data to fit on more than 6 DVDs. That’s a lot of data per person. Considering that some part of the population, such as newborns babies are not yet downloading data, this means that others are more than making up the slack and downloading enormous amounts of data.

Windows Phone on Life Support

  • Published on April 3, 2016
Windows Phone on Life Support

It appears the $7 billion Microsoft spent to buy Nokia just under two years ago was money thrown away, as the company looks to be abandoning its own mobile platform, Windows Phone. Microsoft acquired Nokia because they were a key partner in producing and selling mobile phones that ran Microsoft operating system for phones known as Windows Phone. Unlike Apple, who produced both the operating system and phones for their iPhone, Microsoft produced only the operating system and allowed other companies to make the phones. Yet this all changed as Microsoft acquired Nokia.

Facebook ends Adobe Flash support, moves to HTML5

  • Published on December 21, 2015
Facebook ends Adobe Flash support, moves to HTML5

A week doesn’t go by without the Adobe Flash file format being removed in part or completely from a major website, browser, or device. The latest site to banish Adobe Flash is Facebook, which is discontinuing the use of Flash videos and switching to HTML5 video. Using Adobe Flash videos requires a browser plug-in from Adobe that frequently has security flaws that made it possible for hackers to remotely control a user’s computer. In addition to security problems, the Adobe Flash plug-in often caused user’s computers to crash, freeze, or perform slowly.

New BioTech and health news site launches

  • Published on November 4, 2015
New BioTech and health news site launches

This week the health, news, and biotech publication Stat launched, and it’s an exciting development for publishers, journalists, and communications professionals. In an era when anyone can start a blog, the launch of most new publications isn’t worth a mention, yet the focus and scale of Stat are exceptional. At a time of shrinking newspaper staffs around the country, the publisher of the Boston Globe decided to create a new publication and staff it with a team of more than 50.

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