Brand new to HTML & CSS and can't quite get it do what you want it to? This course will help you change that.
We'll start at the very beginning, covering the important things you need to know before you dive deeper into the wholesome world of crafting beautiful web pages.
Please note that the course is currently full for May 2011. If you would like to join the September 2011 intake add your name to the waiting list > http://jmcrl.com/fjdpz
- Understand the tools needed to author HTML & CSS
- Understand what HTML is and what it does
- Understand what CSS is and what it does
- Develop a working knowledge of HTML syntax and terminology
- Develop a working knowledge of CSS syntax and terminology
- Get you to understand why writing good quality code is important for you and the world
- Gently introduce you to some of the core concepts of HTML & CSS & without breaking your mind in half.
Firstly, you must be dedicated to learn.
Secondly you'll need to be able to use a text editor to create and save files into specific folders
Any of these text editors will do, but if you're having a hard time choosing one then a text editor such as TextMate, TextWranger (Mac) or E - TextEditor Notepad ++ (windows), gVIm, kedit or gedit, emacs etc ( linux )
Notepad (windows) / Textedit (Mac) will not be suitable for this course as they have their own nuances that may get in the way of your learning at this stage.
That's 4 hours of commitment each week that you need to be able dedicate to the course.
- I understand html
- I understand the concepts behind HTML
- I understand how to view the source of web pages
- I understand how to structure a HTML document correctly
- I understand the anatomy of a html tag
- I understand how to use the right tag for the right purpose
- I understand the difference between classes and id's
- I understand what makes a good class name and a good id
- I can 'think in html'
- I understand css
- I understand the concepts behind CSS
- I understand how to view the source of CSS documents
- I understand the best method to attach CSS to a HTML document in any given context
- I understand how to apply style rules to a HTML document
- I understand the general syntax of CSS
- I understand the basic CSS selectors
- I understand the advanced CSS selectors
- I understand how different browsers interpret CSS
- I can 'think' in CSS
- I am able to bend spoons with my mind
- I understand the quirkiness of browsers
- I am motivated to learn
- I am enjoying myself
- Why do you want do this course?
- What you expect to learn?
- Why did you give yourself the marks you did in task 2?
- What do you already know?
- What makes you happy?
- What are you passionate about?
I may not reply straight away, but I will answer everyone who submits via the signup form.