HTML: Imperial Internet Communications 1 (IIC/1)

The Imperial Internet Communications courses are designed to teach you not only the fundamentals of HTML, but to also teach you to think about your code, and to recognize what is wrong with your code when it doesn't work. This course is an updated version of the IIC course written by Wolf Blacker, and contains some of his original content, updated to current standards.

The course is divided into three sections. Each section increases in difficulty and knowledge. IIC covers the basics that will get your page up and running. IIC/2 covers more advanced topics that will help make your page better and allow you to apply different techniques. These course notes are not a complete reference to creating web sites; it is simply a basic course on HTML structures, with a limited amount of CSS and Javascript involved.

Review the course notes (linked below) in detail to become confident with the course material. When you are ready, access the HTML: Imperial Internet Communications 1 Exam to begin testing.

Questions regarding this course should be directed to its assigned Professor, CPT Atashi Rain.

Course Administrative Data
Proponent Academy: None (Imperial University)
Status: Active
Assigned Professor: CPT Atashi Rain
Passing Score: 75%
Automated Scoring: No
Number of Graduates: 634