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Web design training institute in Noida - Along with the development of software applications and e-Commerce systems, webtrackker is pleased to provide you with web design services.Web design training institute in Noida When we start working on your project, our goal is to make sure that the final result meets these three key objectives:

  • Web-site appeals to the target audience
  • Web-site is easy to use
  • Web-site is effective

You can create a bright flashy site with lots of animation and cool effects, however if your target audience is the financial industry, then it will not be attractive to them. And vice versa, a lot of numbers and facts won't appeal to the teenage crowd. They would appreciate a site that targets their emotions. So before starting the design process, we take time to analyze and understand your audience, their desires and motives.


Usability is a crucial part of any software application or a web-site. If your customers are not able to determine what the purpose of the site is and how to use it in the first 5-10 seconds - they won't use it again. For our brains the speed we browse the internet is comparable to the speed of a car running on a highway. You only have a few moments to catch the meaning of a billboard on the side of the road.

The same rule applies to web-design. Your customer should immediately understand your offering, how to navigate the web-site and what the next step is. And our team will make sure that your site achieves these goals.


You may have a beautiful web-site, appealing to your audience. It may be extremely user-friendly and easy to use. However if it does not achieve its purpose - the site is useless.

If you are selling a product, your site should not lead your customers to a maze of information pages. It should get your visitor to the "Thank you for your order!" page.

If you a running a restaurant business, then your web-site goal is to get the customer to call you to make a reservation. Therefore your phone number should not be buried at the very bottom of the "Contact Us" page, but rather proudly displayed at the most prominent place on all pages. And when we design your site, we build it in a way that actually guides the customer to the desired point

Web Designing

  • Module 1: CSS
  • Module 2: HTML
  • Module 3: HTML5
  • Module 4: Java Script
  • Module 5: jQuery
Module 1: CSS
CSS Syntax
  • Rules
  • Selectors
  • Properties
  • Values
  • Applying CSS to HTML
  • Structuring Text
  • Basic Text Elements: Paragraphs, Line Breaks, and Emphasis
  • Headings
  • Quotations
  • Abbreviations and Acronyms
  • Preformatted Text and Computer Code
  • Editorial Insertions and Deletions
  • Multilanguage and Bidirectional Text
  • Addresses
  • Styling Text
  • Fonts
  • Color
  • Size
  • Line Height
  • Bold and Italics
  • Upper and Lower Case
  • The Font Shorthand Property
  • Underline and Strikethrough
  • Letter and Word Spacing
  • Indenting
  • Horizontal Alignment
  • Vertical Alignment
  • More Text Styling Techniques
  • Link States: Link, Visited, Hover, Focus, and Active
  • Accessible Links
  • Tabbing
  • Access Keys
  • Link Titles
  • Pop ups
  • Adjacent Links
  • Skipping Navigation
  • The img Element
  • Image Maps
  • Background Images
  • Image Replacement: Providing Graphical Alternatives for Text
  • The Box Model
  • Width and Height
  • Padding
  • Borders
  • Margin
  • The display Property
  • Positioning
  • Static
  • Relative
  • Absolute
  • Fixed
  • Floating
  • Sample Page Layouts
  • Creating Columns
  • Adding a Page Header
  • Adding a Footer
  • Structuring Lists
  • Unordered and Ordered Lists
  • Definition Lists
  • Lists as Navigation
  • Presenting Lists
  • List Markers—Bullets, Numbers, and Images
  • Horizontal Lists
  • Labels
  • Styling Form Fields
  • Borders
  • Fonts
  • Backgrounds
Multiple Media
  • Screen Readers
  • Mobile Devices
  • Print
Pseudo classes
  • :active
  • :first
  • :first child
  • :focus
  • :hover
  • :lang
  • :left
  • :link
  • :right
  • :visited
Pseudo elements
  • :after
  • :before
  • :first letter
  • :first line
  • At rules
  • @import
CSS History
  • What is CSS
  • Animations with CSS
  • Borders with CSS
  • Backgrounds with CSS
  • Fonts with CSS
  • Multiple Columns
  • Text Effects with CSS
  • Transitions Effects
User Interface of CSS
  • D Transforms with CSS
  • D Transforms with CSS
  • Intro Of Photoshop
  • Interface Layout
  • Palettes
  • Toolbox
  • Selection Tools
  • Alteration Tools
  • Drawing and Selection Tools
  • Assisting Tools
  • Color Boxes and Modes
  • Basic Image Editing
  • Cropping
  • Resizing
  • Correcting
  • Sharpening/Softening
  • Saving
  • Creatng PSD
  • Convert PSD to HTML
  • Defining a local site
  • Creating a page in Layout view
  • Inserting an image and a rollover image
  • Working with tables in Standard view
  • Creating a link to another document
  • Inserting assets from the Assets panel
  • Inserting Flash Text and Flash Button objects
  • Creating and applying a template
  • Running a site report
  • Adding a Design Note
Module 2: HTML
HTML Overview
  • Basic HTML Document
  • HTML Tags
HTML Document Structure
  • The <!DOCTYPE> Declaration
HTML Basic Tags
  • Heading Tags
  • Paragraph Tag
  • Line Break Tag
  • Centering Content
  • Horizontal Lines
  • Preserve Formatting
  • Nonbreaking Spaces
HTML Elements
  • HTML Tag vs Element
  • Nested HTML Elements
HTML Attributes
  • Core Attributes
  • The id Attribute
  • The title Attribute
  • The class Attribute
  • The style Attribute
  • Internationalization Attributes
  • The dir Attribute
  • The lang Attribute
  • The xml:lang Attribute
  • Generic Attributes
HTML Formatting
  • Bold Text
  • Italic Text
  • Underlined Text
  • Strike Text
  • Monospaced Font
  • Superscript Text
  • Subscript Text
  • Inserted Text
  • Deleted Text
  • Larger Text
  • Smaller Text
  • Grouping Content
HTML Phrase Tags
  • Emphasized Text
  • Marked Text
  • Strong Text
  • Text Abbreviation
  • Acronym Element
  • Text Direction
  • Special Terms
  • Quoting Text
  • Short Quotations
  • Text Citations
  • Computer Code
  • Keyboard Text
  • Programming Variables
  • Program Output
  • Address Text
HTML Meta Tags
  • Adding Meta Tags to Your Documents
  • Specifying Keywords
  • Document Description
  • Document Revision Date
  • Document Refreshing
  • Page Redirection
  • Setting Cookies
  • Setting Author Name
  • Specify Character Set
HTML Comments
  • Valid vs Invalid Comments
  • Multiline Comments
  • Conditional Comments
HTML Lists
HTML Unordered Lists
The type Attribute
HTML Ordered Lists
The type Attribute
The start Attribute
HTML Definition Lists
HTML Text Links
  • Linking Documents
  • The target Attribute
  • Use of Base Path
  • Linking to a Page Section
HTML Frames
Disadvantages of Frames
Creating Frames
The <frameset> Tag Attributes
The <frame> Tag Attributes
Browser Support for Frames
Frame's name and target attributes
HTML IFrames
The <Iframe> Tag Attributes
HTML Blocks
  • Block Elements
  • Inline Elements
  • Grouping HTML Elements
  • The <div> tag
  • The <span> tag
HTML Backgrounds
  • Html Background with Colors
  • Html Background with Images
  • Patterned & Transparent Backgrounds
HTML Colors
  • HTML Color Coding Methods
  • HTML Colors Color Names
  • W C Standard Colors
  • HTML Colors Hex Codes
  • HTML Colors RGB Values
  • Browser Safe Colors
HTML Fonts
  • Set Font Size
  • Relative Font Size
  • Setting Font Face
  • Specify alternate font faces
  • Setting Font Color
  • The <basefont> Element:
HTML Forms
  • Form Attributes
  • HTML Form Controls
  • Text Input Controls
  • Single line text input controls
  • Attributes
HTML Marquees
  • The <marquee> Tag Attributes
HTML Header
  • The HTML <title> Tag
  • The HTML <meta> Tag
  • The HTML <base> Tag
  • The HTML <link> Tag
  • The HTML <style> Tag
  • The HTML <script> Tag
HTML Stylesheet
  • External Style Sheet
  • Internal Style Sheet
  • Inline Style Sheet
HTML Javascript
  • External Javascript
  • Internal Script
  • Event Handlers
  • Hide Scripts from Older Browsers
  • The <noscript> Element
  • Default Scripting Language
HTML Layouts
  • HTML Layout Using Tables
  • Multiple Columns Layout Using Tables
  • HTML Layouts Using DIV, SPAN
Module 3: HTML5
  • Main structure
  • The <head>
  • Using new HTML structural elements
  • Styling HTML with CSS
  • When to use the new HTML structural
  • elements
  • Structuring main content areas
  • Adding blogposts and comments
  • Working with HTML outlines
  • Understanding WAI-ARIA
  • Even more new structures!
  • Redefined elements
  • Global attributes
  • Features not covered in this book
  • New input types
  • New attributes
  • Putting all this together
  • Backwards compatibility with legacy browsers
  • Styling new form fields and error messages
  • Overriding browser defaults
  • Using JavaScript for DIY validation
  • Avoiding validation
Video and Audio
  • Native multimedia: why, what, and how?
  • Codecs—the horror, the horror
  • Rolling custom controls
  • Multimedia accessibility
  • Canvas basics
  • Drawing paths
  • Using transformers: pixels in disguise
  • Capturing images
  • Pushing pixels
  • Animating your canvas paintings
Data Storage
  • Storage options
  • Web Storage
  • Web SQL Databases
  • Pulling the plug: going offline
  • The cache manifest
  • How to serve the manifest
  • The browser-server process
  • applicationCache
  • Using the manifest to detect connectivity
  • Killing the cache
Drag and Drop
  • Getting into drag
  • Interoperability of dragged data
  • How to drag any element
  • Adding custom drag icons
  • Accessibility
  • Sticking a pin in your visitor
  • API methods
Module 4: Java Script
Java Script Basic And Programming Concepts
  • The String class
  • The instanceof operator
  • Operators
  • Unary operators
  • Bitwise operators
  • Boolean operators
  • Multiplicative operators
  • Additive operators
  • Relational operators
  • Equality operators
  • Conditional operator
  • Assignment operators
  • Comma operator
  • Statements
  • The if statement
  • Iterative statements
  • Labeled statements
  • The break and continue statements
  • The with statement
  • The switch statement
  • Functions
  • No overloading
  • The arguments object
  • The Function class
  • Closures
JavaScript in the Browser
  • The <script/> tag
  • External file format
  • Inline code versus external files
  • Tag placement
  • What Is the DOM?
  • Introduction to XML
  • An API for XML
  • Hierarchy of nodes
  • Using the DOM
  • Accessing relative nodes
  • Checking the node type
  • Dealing with attributes
  • Accessing specific nodes
  • Creating and manipulating nodes
Browser and Operating System Detection
  • The Navigator Object
  • Methods of Browser Detection
  • Object/feature detection
  • User-agent string detection
  • Mouse events
  • Keyboard events
  • HTML events
  • Getting form references
  • Accessing form fields
  • Form field commonalities
  • Focus on the first field
  • Submitting forms
  • Submit only once
  • Resetting forms
  • Retrieving/changing a text box value
  • Selecting text
  • Text box events
Module 5: jQuery
jQuery Basics
  • Including the jQuery Library Code in an HTML Page
  • Selecting DOM Elements Using Selectors and the jQuery Function
  • Selecting DOM Elements Within a Specified Context
  • Filtering a Wrapper Set of DOM Elements
  • Finding Descendant Elements Within the Currently Selected
Wrapper Set
  • Returning to the Prior Selection Before a Destructive Change
  • Including the Previous Selection with the Current Selection
  • Traversing the DOM Based on Your Current Context to Acquire a
New Set of DOM Elements
  • Creating, Operating on, and Inserting DOM Elements
  • Removing DOM Elements
  • Replacing DOM Elements
  • Cloning DOM Elements
  • Getting, Setting, and Removing DOM Element Attributes
  • Getting and Setting HTML Content
  • Getting and Setting Text Content
  • Using the $ Alias Without Creating Global Conflicts
Selecting Elements with jQuery
  • Selecting Child Elements Only
  • Selecting Specific Siblings
  • Selecting Elements by Index Order
  • Selecting Elements That Are Currently Animating
  • Selecting Elements Based on What They Contain
  • Selecting Elements by What They Don’t Match
  • Selecting Elements Based on Their Visibility
  • Selecting Elements Based on Attributes
  • Selecting Form Elements by Type
  • Selecting an Element with Specific Characteristics
  • Using the Context Parameter
  • Creating a Custom Filter Selector
Beyond the Basics
  • Looping Through a Set of Selected Results
  • Reducing the Selection Set to a Specified Item
Configuring jQuery Not to Conflict with Other Libraries
jQuery Utilities
  • Detecting Features with jQuery support
  • Iterating Over Arrays and Objects with jQuery each
  • Sliding and Fading Elements in and out of View
  • Making Elements Visible by Sliding Them Up
  • Creating a Horizontal Accordion
  • Simultaneously Sliding and Fading Elements
  • Applying Sequential Effects
  • Determining Whether Elements Are Currently Being Animated
  • Stopping and Resetting Animations
  • Using Custom Easing Methods for Effects
  • Disabling All Effects
  • Using jQuery UI for Advanced Effects
  • Attaching a Handler to Many Events
  • Reusing a Handler Function with Different Data
  • Removing a Whole Set of Event Handlers
  • Triggering Specific Event Handlers
  • Passing Dynamic Data to Event Handlers
  • Accessing an Element ASAP (Before document ready)
  • Stopping the Handler Execution Loop
  • Getting the Correct Element When Using event target
  • Avoid Multiple hover() Animations in Parallel
  • Making Event Handlers Work for Newly Added Elements
HTML Form Enhancements from Scratch
  • Focusing a Text Input on Page Load
  • Disabling and Enabling Form Elements
  • Selecting Radio Buttons Automatically
  • (De)selecting All Checkboxes Using Dedicated Links
  • (De)selecting All Checkboxes Using a Single Toggle
  • Adding and Removing Select Options
  • Autotabbing Based on Character Count
  • Displaying Remaining Characte

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