Web Basics 101 is essential for anyone just starting out their path to becoming a web developer or designer. In this class, you will learn the basics of HTML and CSS even if you have no prior training or experience. Web 101 will start you off on your first web site layout.
This first course in the Web Basics series is your first step to learning about the web. We will provide you with a strong foundation to build your skills and create your own website using HTML and CSS. Whether you want to develop a web presence for your business or find a new career in web design, this course will get you started.
This course will be held 1-day per week for 4-weeks for a total of 4-sessions. Each 2.5 hour session is from 6pm-8:30pm.
This course will be held in Conference A at the Flagship (475-A East Bay) and students are required to bring a laptop.
After finishing this course, you will have the fundamental knowledge of HTML and CSS to style your own web site.
While some knowledge of Web development is helpful, as a long as you have the basic knowledge of how to use a computer and the desire to rapidly learn about Web development, you qualify for this course.
The main tools we'll be using in Web 101 are Atom, which is a syntax-highlighting and highly customizable text editor, and also Chrome (Google's web browser). Feel free to download Atom and also Google Chrome prior to the start of class.