Web Designing


Web design is the process of creating websites. It encompasses several different aspects, including webpage layout, content production, and graphic design. While the terms web design and web development are often used interchangeably, web design is technically a subset of the broader category of web development.

Websites are created using a markup language called HTML. Web designers build webpages using HTML tags that define the content and metadata of each page. The layout and appearance of the elements within a webpage are typically defined using CSS, or cascading style sheets. Therefore, most websites include a combination of HTML and CSS that defines how each page will appear in a browser.


1. The World Wide Web (WWW) and history of HTML
2. Hypertext and Hypertext Markup Language
3. Why HTML
4. Why create a web site
5. Web Standards
6. Prerequisites
7. Objective of this HTML course
1. Dividing the document into 2 parts.
   a) Headers tags
   b) Body tags
2. Paragraphs
3. Formattings
4. Elements of an HTML Document
   a) Text Elements
   b) Tag Elements
5. Special Character elements
6. Image tags
7. HTML Table tags
8. Lists
   a) Numbered list
   b) Non-Numbered lists
   c) Definition lists
9. Anchor tag, Name tag etc.
10. Hyperlinks - FTP/HTTP/HTTPS
11. Links with images and buttons
12. Links to send email messages
13. Text fonts and styles
14. background colors/images
15. Marquee Behavior
16. Forms related tags (action, method,name,input,submit etc)
1. Inserting audio files
2. Inserting video files
3. Screen control attributes
4. Media control attributes
5. HTML Object
1. Introduction of different Web Technology
2. HTML5 Introduction
3. HTML5 New Elements
4. HTML5 Video
5. HTML5 Video/DOM
6. HTML5 Audio
7. HTML5 Drag and Drop
8. HTML5 Canvas
10. HTML5 Canvas vs. SVG
11. HTML5 Geolocation
12. HTML5 Web Storage
13. HTML5 App Cache
14. HTML5 Web Workers
16. HTML5 Tags


1. CSS Introduction
2. CSS Syntax
3. CSS Selectors
4. CSS How To
5. CSS Backgrounds
6. CSS Text
7. CSS Fonts
8. CSS Links
9. CSS Lists
10. CSS Tables
11. CSS Box Model
12. CSS Border
13. CSS Outline
14. CSS Margin
15. CSS Padding
16. CSS Dimension
17. CSS Display
18. CSS Positioning
19. CSS Floating
20. CSS Align
21. CSS Combinators
22. CSS Pseudo-class
23. CSS Pseudo-element
24. CSS Navigation Bar
25. CSS Image Gallery
26. CSS Image Opacity
27. CSS Image Sprites
28. CSS Media Types
29. CSS Attr Selectors
1. CSS3 Introduction
2. CSS3 Borders
3. CSS3 Backgrounds
4. CSS3 Gradients
5. CSS3 Text Effects
6. CSS3 Fonts
7. CSS3 2D Transforms
8. CSS3 3D Transforms
9. CSS3 Transitions
10. CSS3 Animations
11. CSS3 Multiple Columns
12. CSS3 User Interface
1. Fundamental Java Scripting
2. Functions: Defining & Calling
3. Using Variables local, global
4. Iteration(If,If-Else etc.) and Loops(While etc.)
5. Strings & ARRAYS, Event handling
6. Objects, Methods & Properties.
7. Form Validation
1. Bootstrap Introduction
2. Basics Of Bootstrap
3. Layout with Bootstrap
4. Bootstrap Components
5. Working with Forms
6. Responsive Design
7. Bootstrap with JavaScript


  • B.E(IT/CS) or B.Tech.(IT/CS)-Bachelor of Engineering
  • B.Sc.(IT)-Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
  • MCA-Master in Computer Application
  • BCA-Bachelor of Computer Application
  • M.Sc(IT)-Master in Information Technology


Towards the end of the course, you will be working on a project. Inventors certifies you as a Web designer based on the project reviewed by our Web Designer. This certificate increase your marketability when searching for a job.


Duration: 3 Months


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