Do you want to keep up-to-date on the current best practices for video delivery on the web? In this course, instructor Tom Green walks you through a collection of the latest best practices and the history underpinning them. Tom begins with the history of web videos, then covers browsers and video encoding formats. He explains how a video moves from the web server to the user’s browser and walks you through several tools you can use to encode and convert videos. Tom discusses the HTML5 video element, applying autoplay, adding controls, resizing videos, and more. After stepping through the prototyping process and tools you may use in the process, he goes over ways you can use Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) to draw the user’s attention to video content. Plus, Tom shows you ways to have a webpage’s background be a full-screen video, add captioning, create cinemagraphs, prepare a video for social media, and more.