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Lesson 2: MODULE 1, 2 & 3

Swethan April 24, 2024

Module 1: Understanding the Basics

Introduction to the World Wide Web: This section introduces students to the concept of the World Wide Web, its history, and its significance in modern society.

What is Web Development?: Here, students learn about the process of web development, including the roles of client-side and server-side development, and the technologies involved.

Client-Side vs. Server-Side Development: This section explains the difference between client-side and server-side development and provides examples of each.

Module 2: HTML (Hypertext Markup Language)

Introduction to HTML: Students are introduced to HTML, its purpose, and its role in creating the structure of web pages.

HTML Document Structure: This section covers the basic structure of an HTML document, including elements such as <html>, <head>, and <body>.

Text Formatting: Students learn how to format text using HTML tags such as <h1>, <p>, <strong>, <em>, etc.

Adding Images and Links: Here, students learn how to add images and links to their web pages using the <img> and <a> tags, respectively.

Creating Lists: This section covers creating ordered lists <ol>, unordered lists <ul>, and list items <li>.

HTML Forms: Students learn how to create forms to collect user input using HTML <form> elements, including text inputs, checkboxes, radio buttons, and buttons.

Module 3: CSS (Cascading Style Sheets)

Introduction to CSS: This section introduces students to CSS, its purpose, and its role in styling HTML elements.

CSS Syntax and Selectors: Students learn about CSS syntax and various types of selectors to target HTML elements for styling.

Styling Text and Fonts: Here, students learn how to style text, including changing font properties, text color, size, and alignment.

Working with Colors and Backgrounds: This section covers how to apply colors and background images to HTML elements using CSS.

Box Model: Margin, Padding, Border: Students learn about the CSS box model, including margins, padding, borders, and how they affect the layout of elements on the page.

Introduction to Flexbox and Grid: This section introduces students to CSS layout techniques using Flexbox and Grid for creating responsive layouts.