Training course: Accessible HTML and CSS

This course is suitable for:

For web developers or designers who want to know more about how to create accessible samantically correct HTML and CSS. The course assumes you already know the basics of HTML.

Suitable for people who work in the public sector or private sector, e.g Local council, voluntary sector or corporate environment. If you would like to create standards compliant accessible web pages this is a suitable course for you.

At the end of the course

  • Understand DOCTYPES, standards mode and quirks mode
  • Be able to create page layouts using CSS
  • Test for browser support using conditional statements
  • Create CSS based navigation bars
  • Be able to create flexible and fixed page layouts using CSS
  • Understand how a style sheet switcher works
  • Be able to create accessible flexible text

What you take away with you

Full notes from the course – with examples, exercises and lists of resources


£350 per person.

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Get in touch for a chat about your accessibility needs

If you have been thinking about a new accessible website or getting your website checked to ensure it is accessible and compliant with equality legislation, get in touch. Jim Byrne has been working with non-profits, charities, voluntary and public sector organisations and social enterprises for over 20 years. He fully understands the needs of this sector.

Get in touch today to take advantage of unrivalled experience and skills relating to accessible website design and WCAG 2 auditing. A website designer based in Glasgow but with clients all over the UK.

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