IT Specialist HTML and CSS


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Gain hands-on experience in HTML and CSS with uCertify's course IT Specialist HTML and CSS. The course contains interactive lessons, practice tests, knowledge checks, quizzes, flashcards, glossaries, and live labs to comprehensively cover the ITSPC exam objectives. It equips the candidates with all the skills required to pass the ITSPC HTML and CSS exam.

Here's what you will get

The Information Technology Specialist program validates the candidates for entry-level IT skills that employers look for. The ITSPC HTML and CSS program covers the concepts of HTML and CSS fundamentals, Document Structure, Multimedia Presentation using HTML, Webpage Styling using CSS, and Accessibility, Readability, and Testing. The exam is designed for candidates who have the skills required to structure a webpage using HTML elements and create and apply styles using CSS.


13+ Lessons | 1+ Exercises | 125+ Quizzes | 170+ Flashcards | 170+ Glossary of terms


40+ Pre Assessment Questions | 2+ Full Length Tests | 40+ Post Assessment Questions | 80+ Practice Test Questions

Hands-On Labs

82+ LiveLab | 82+ Video tutorials | 02:08+ Hours

Video Lessons

98+ Videos | 03:06+ Hours

Here's what you will learn

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Lessons 1: HTML Fundamentals

  • Introduction to HTML
  • HTML5
  • Creating your First HTML Page
  • Introduction to Tags
  • Introduction to Elements
  • Introduction to Attributes
  • HTML Scripts
  • Summary

Lessons 2: Getting Started with HTML

  • Structure of an HTML Program
  • Headings in HTML
  • Paragraphs in HTML
  • Lists in HTML
  • Comments
  • Metadata Elements Used in HTML
  • Summary

Lessons 3: HTML Links

  • The Link Tag
  • Relative and Absolute Path
  • Linking with the Same Document
  • Linking Other Documents on the Web
  • Summary

Lessons 4: Formatting Text

  • Structural Elements
  • The Thematic Break
  • The Line Break
  • Summary

Lessons 5: CSS Fundamentals

  • Introduction to CSS
  • New Features Introduced in CSS3
  • Types of CSS
  • Summary

Lessons 6: CSS Syntax and Selectors

  • CSS Syntax
  • CSS Selectors
  • Browser Support
  • Summary

Lessons 7: Formatting Using CSS

  • The Box Model
  • Text Formatting
  • Font Properties
  • Border Properties
  • Adding Comments in CSS
  • Summary

Lessons 8: Using Images

  • Introduction
  • The <img> Tag
  • Adding Alternative Text to Images
  • Adjusting Image Size
  • Using Images as Links
  • Using Images as Background
  • Using Images as Bullets
  • Summary

Lessons 9: Creating Tables

  • HTML Table Tags
  • Adding Table Border
  • Setting Table Width and Height
  • Adding Color to a Table
  • Cell Padding and Spacing
  • Aligning Content of a Table
  • Formatting Table using Rowspan and Colspan
  • Advanced Tags
  • Summary

Lessons 10: Building Forms

  • The <form> Tag
  • Form Elements
  • Input Types and Restrictions
  • Summary

Lessons 11: Multimedia

  • The Video Element
  • The Audio Element
  • The Inline Frame Element
  • The Canvas Element
  • The SVG Element
  • Summary

Lessons 12: Positioning Elements Using CSS

  • The Position Property
  • The Float Property
  • Overlapping Elements
  • The Overflow Property
  • Inline vs. Block
  • The Visibility Property
  • Summary

Lessons 13: Responsive Web Design

  • What is Responsive Web Design?
  • Measuring Units
  • Percentage vs. Pixel
  • Custom Images
  • Media Queries
  • Framework and Template
  • Summary

Hands-on LAB Activities

HTML Fundamentals

  • Creating an HTML Page
  • Adding a Script to an HTML Document
  • Calling an External Script
  • Using the <noscript> Element in HTML

Getting Started with HTML

  • Using Headings in HTML
  • Using Paragraphs in HTML
  • Using an Ordered List in HTML
  • Using an Ordered List to Start with a Specific Number
  • Using an Unordered List in HTML
  • Using an Unordered List to Display Different Bullets
  • Using the Description List
  • Using a Nested List
  • Using Comments in an HTML File
  • Using Metadata Elements in HTML
  • Defining Character Encoding in HTML
  • Using Keywords and Description for Search Engines

HTML Links

  • Using the Target Attributes of Links
  • Creating a Bookmark
  • Linking with the Same Document

Formatting Text

  • Creating Structural Elements in HTML
  • Using the Thematic Break
  • Using the Line Break

CSS Fundamentals

  • Creating Inline CSS Styles
  • Creating Internal CSS Styles
  • Using External Style Sheets
  • Importing an External Style Sheet

CSS Syntax and Selectors

  • Using the Element Selector
  • Using the Class Selector
  • Using the Class Selector for the Specific HTML Element
  • Using an Id Selector
  • Using the Group Selector
  • Using the Universal Selector
  • Using the Pseudo Classes

Formatting Using CSS

  • Using CSS Dimension Property
  • Using the Padding Longhand Property
  • Using the Padding Shorthand Property
  • Using the Border Longhand Property
  • Using the Border Shorthand Property
  • Using the Margin Longhand Property
  • Using the Margin Shorthand Property
  • Using the Text-Color Property
  • Using the Text-Align Property
  • Using the Text-Decoration Property
  • Using the Text-Indentation Property
  • Using the Text-Transform Property
  • Understanding Text Spacing
  • Using the Text-Shadow Property
  • Using the Font-Style Property
  • Using the Font-Variant Property
  • Using the Font-Weight Property
  • Using the Font-Size Property
  • Using the Font-Family Property
  • Using the Font Property
  • Using the Border-Style Property
  • Using the Border-Width Property
  • Using the Border-Color Property
  • Using the Border-Radius Property
  • Adding Comments in CSS

Using Images

  • Adding Image to a Webpage
  • Adding Alternative Text to Images
  • Adjusting Image Size
  • Using Images as Background, Links, and Bullets

Creating Tables

  • Using the HTML Table Tag
  • Applying Table Border and Cell Padding to the Table
  • Formatting Table using Rowspan and Colspan
  • Using the <thead>, <tbody>, and <tfoot> Tags

Building Forms

  • Creating a Form using Form Elements
  • Using the Input Type File and Submit
  • Using the Inline Frame Element


  • Using the Video Element
  • Using the <canvas> Element
  • Using the SVG Element

Positioning Elements Using CSS

  • Using the Absolute Position Property
  • Using the Float Property
  • Using Overlapping Elements
  • Using the Overflow Property
  • Using the Overflow-x and Overflow-y Property 
  • Using the Inline and Block Values for the Display Property

Responsive Web Design

  • Using the Measuring Units
  • Using the Relative Length Property
  • Displaying the Difference Between Percentage and Pixel
  • Using Media Query

Exam FAQs

Pearson VUE

The exam contains 35-45 questions.

50 minutes

  • If a candidate does not achieve a passing score on an exam the first time, the candidate must wait 24 hours before retaking the exam.
  • If a candidate does not achieve a passing score the second time, the candidate must wait seven days before retaking the exam a third time.
  • A seven-day waiting period is imposed between each subsequent exam retake.
  • A candidate may not take a given exam any more than five times per year (12 months). This 12-month period starts from the first attempt. The candidate is then eligible to retake the exam 12 months from the date of the first attempt.