HTML & CSS Fundamentals
- Duration: 3 hours
- Maximum students: 20
Point Cook (Melb):
8 Nov 2017
Brunswick East (Melb):
9 Nov 2017
I really enjoyed this course.
What's in it for me?
Learn the fundamentals of web development in this 3 hour hands on intensive session.
Bring your laptop along and together we’ll build your very first web page in no time!
We don’t just teach you the basics in this workshop. You learn best practice approaches to web development and receive a solid list of resources to keep you motivated and interested well after we finish coding together.
What we'll cover
Together, we’ll cover the basics of HTML and CSS, the building blocks of the internet. We’ll remove the mystery and make it real and easy to understand.
We’ll talk all about HTML and create a web page. After that we’ll add style to it with CSS, explaining every step along the way.
We’ll finish up with a fantastic list of resources for you to continue with as well as an engaging and informative Q&A session.
At a glance:
- The building blocks of the internet and how webpages work
- Introduction to everything HTML and CSS
- How to write code by hand and modify the code of existing websites
- Learn how to build and design for all device types
- All about adding images
- Introduction to SEO and accessibility techniques
- Linking and all its glory
- Techniques to use at-home when stuck on code
Anything else I should know?
Nope, nada, nothing and zilch!
This course is made for anyone who wants to learn something new, and is geared for those who have zero experience coding.
An understanding of how computers generally work (installing software as well as opening and saving files) would be highly beneficial, but we’ll go through all that on the day anyway.
Who should do this workshop?
Business owners, creatives, hobbyists, bloggers, teachers, parents… anyone who wants to learn to code and start their learning in the best way possible.
What should I bring?
Bring a laptop (Mac, PC or Linux – it doesn’t matter!)
If you can, make sure you have the following software installed:
If you’re using a computer from your employer, try to make sure you’ve got admin rights before you come along. If you don’t have admin rights, get your IT peeps to install the above software for you.