HTML5 was created by W3C as a response to the constant demand for better information quality. When we have so much information in the web, how do we describe it properly? How do we make our contents better for the search engines so they can do their job (and in turn we will get more visitors on our websites).
My course HTML5 is personalized. Does that mean I pay personal attention to you? Yes, that's right. We start and I lead you step by step, every step of the way.
Not only you learn HTML5 (which is something you can probably do if you are not lazy and you can search in Google), but I will help you apply that. You will be able to consult me for any questions and problems you stumbled upon...until you become proficient in HTML5.
You can contact me on this email: email@example.com with a subject: "Learn HTML 5 Personal Course". And we get started right away!
First and most important: it is what clients
(employers) are generally looking for in a
front-end developer nowadays.
So whatever gets you paid has to be the thing
that you would want to learn, right?
As the web evolves constantly, new standards
have to emerge as well, to cover our needs for
better information quality and search results.
HTML5 is one of the products of this constantlyevolving organism – the web – and our aim to
provide better service to others.
So you might want to check HTML5 out if you
haven’t done so already.
No. It’s actually pretty cool once you get it.
It’s just markup. If you know XHTML you will
be up and running HTML5 in no time.
But…and there is always a but…
As with all standards in web, there are a lot of
people and a lot of opinions. So everybody
interprets the Standards with their own logic.
So people constantly argue: When to put
<article> ? When <section> ? Can <section>
be in another <section> ? Wait, what?
Browsers do not support everything that HTML5
specs have to offer.
More to the point, newer versions support many
cool HTML5 features.
But they are not backwards-compatible with
So how do we overcome that? Is there any way
out of this or is it just hopeless war between the
new and the old?
Take my “Learn HTML5” course, I’m going to
show you exactly how to apply HTML5. No
theories of what should be…
Just pure, distilled knowledge mixed with
Well, if you really don’t want to get the personal
course, you can simply do that – it’s free to search
around and waste some time.
See, my course is not so much about the information.
It’s about how YOU apply the information!
I am going to be your personal consultant and mentor
during our course-time. You will always be welcome to
contact me on email or phone if you need some more
I want to see that you actually care and you have
ambitions. No point at wasting both your and
my time if you are not serious. If it’s just your
curiosity, you can search “HTML5” in Google.
Headset – so we can talk.
Free-time – 3 hours a day is ideal for our lessons
(each lesson is 1 hour) and 2 hours of practice.
But think about it – you will acquire a new
skill in your toolbox, which would get you a
lot more money than you will be paying to
getting the know-how.
Plus I will be with you every step of the way!
Lessons cost 2.99$.
It’s the price of a burger. So you have to make
a decision: do you eat junk food and get fat
and die or do you take my lessons.
I’m not pushing you…:D
First of all, I’m happy about your decision to
learn something new and become better.
Now, all you have to do is contact me on the
following email address:
Please be sure to type subject “Learn HTML5
Personal Course”. In your email type up your
names, type up a little bit of info about yourself.
And that’s it Looking forward to your emails…