Using Styles to Create Responsive Mobile Web Experiences (Web-based)IBM
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You should have a basic knowledge of the design and layout of web pages with Hypertext Markup Language (HTML).
Was lernen Sie in diesem Kurs?
Web-based training (WBT) courses allow you to learn on your own schedule. You can stop and start a web-based course as needed during the 30-day access period.
There is no live instructor for this course, so it might not be appropriate for students who require the guidance of a live instructor.
This course explains how to design and create web user interfaces for mobile devices. It covers various approaches to designing Mobile Web applications, including a mobile first approach, a prescriptive approach, and a responsive web design approach.
Through lectures and demonstrations, the course shows you how Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) define the formatting structure for a web page, and how to author CSS styles for HTML5 web pages. You learn how to build a fluid web page that responds to a range of computing devices, so that the page layout adapts to mobile phones, tablets, notebook, and desktop computers.
This course is designed for developers who create web pages for desktop and mobile devices.
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Training Paths that reference this course are:
- Mobile Application Developer skills for IBM Worklight
- Mobile Application Developer skills for IBM MobileFirst Platform Foundation
- Mobile skills journey
- Web Application Developer Skills for Cloud
- Describe the benefits of using style sheets
- Describe the various options for specifying style elements in HTML
- Explain how cascading style sheets (CSS) define the formatting of a web page
- Explain the syntax that is used in CSS
- Describe the use of selectors in CSS
- Describe the elements of a CSS box design: margin, borders, and padding
- Describe the inline, block, and inline-block layout models
- Explain the CSS visual formatting model
- Describe the three approaches to Mobile Web design
- List the advantages and disadvantages of each of the Mobile Web design approaches
- Describe the navigation patterns for multiple form factors
- Create a fluid web page layout with CSS positioning and display properties
- Use em-based measurements for page layout
- Target different devices and screen sizes with CSS media queries
- Explain the criteria for setting media breakpoints
- Create customized graphics with the CSS gradient feature
- Import custom fonts for web page