- Internet Connection
- Willingness to Learn
- A Text Editor (Free Resources Provided)
HTML and CSS are the two most important languages for a new web developer to learn. They are also the easiest. If you’ve always wanted to build webpages, but were intimidated by the code, this course will help you learn your first two languages quickly and easily.
Taking a step-by-step approach, this course will have you learning by doing, building several mini-websites from scratch.
Learn the Two Most Important Languages to Web Design Quickly and Easily.
- HTML Foundations
- Parent/Child Structure
- CSS Foundations
- ID Selectors
- Coding and Styling
- What Web Pages are Built Of
Every webpage that you see on the net is built using a language or code. There are many different programming languages that can make your website do various things, but the two most important to learn are HTML and CSS. In fact, even people who plan on allowing someone else to build their website should have a basic grasp of both languages. This way you can tweak things behind the scenes, or change some of your formatting without having to always rely on others.
Contents and Overview
This course of more than 77 lectures and 8 hours of content gives you a basic, yet thorough understanding of both HTML and CSS. The course focuses on having you begin writing code right away so you can learn through doing, and build your own completely functional HTML and CSS webpage at the end.
You’ll begin by learning what HTML and CSS are, so you can get an understanding of what it is that they do. During the course you’ll build several mini-websites that take what it is that you’ve learned and apply it to real world exercises to help cement the skills.
Everyone from aspiring web designers to bloggers, programmers to business owners can benefit from learning some HTML and CSS. Learn to begin building your own dynamic webpages or manage the page that you already have. If you plan on becoming a web programmer or a web designer yourself, HTML and CSS are the first two languages you’ll need to succeed. In fact HTML is required for anyone that wants to get into web development from any angle. Learning it simultaneously with CSS allows you to hit the ground running with page design.
Who this course is for:
- Total Beginners
- Web Design Students
- Web Design Beginners
- Computer Programmers
- Aspiring Web Designers
- People who desire a new career path
Created by Brad Hussey, Code College
Last updated 9/2015
Size: 1.04 GB