What Students Are Saying
“This is the second class that I’ve taken with Patrick. The information is really laid out in a ‘non-confusing’ way. I went to school for design and wanted nothing to do with coding, but with these classes, he has made it much more understandable and almost a little bit fun.” — Briana N.
- Learn about HTML tags, attributes, semantics and page building
- Learn CSS syntax, values, selectors and properties
- Discover how to pull it all together to make something beautiful.
- Experienced print designers making the transition to web and interactive design
- Creative professionals unfamiliar with the language of the web
- Designers just starting to code websites
- Development tools
- File extensions
- What is HTML?
- What is a tag?
- HTML tags
- Tags for tabular data
- Tags to create structure in a layout
- Validating HTML
- Building a basic HTML page
- Separation of styles and content
- CSS Syntax
- Attaching a style sheet to an HTML page
- The Cascade
- Basic text properties
- Additional key CSS properties
- Working with color
- Some examples of CSS
- Some basic text styles applied to a paragraph
- Debugging code
- Selecting the right browser
- Finding typos
- Block versus inline
- Styling links
- Turning links into menus
- Turning our vertical menu into a horizontal one
- Image replacement
- Building columns
- What is CSS3
- Extending basic web typography
- Styling tables
- Stling forms
What students are saying about this course:
“It was the perfect course for reintroducing myself into HTML and CSS. I haven’t coded websites for quite some time; I learned HTML in 1996, so a lot has changed to say the least. This brought me up to speed on state of it all and what is involved. I feel like I now know better to find what I need for the projects that I work on.”— Dominick S.