Complete Beginner to Advanced HTML Developer
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Complete Beginner to Advanced HTML Developer

The Complete Guide to Go From HTML Tadpole to Bullfrog
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Created by Martin Kenny
Last updated 1/2016
English
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  • 10.5 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Understand the integration between HTML and CSS
  • Understand the meaning of front-end web development
  • Know the evolution and path to go from HTML JavaScript
  • Student will feel confident writing their own websites from scratch
  • Know the three HTML tags that are essential for every HTML document
  • Know the difference between inline tags and void tags
  • Understand how to use HTML tags
  • Students will have the confidence to make changes in the browser without fear
  • Students will be able to use the fundamentals of HTML to organize their content
  • Be familiar with some of the newest features added to HTML5
  • Use their understanding of HTML to make changes in the browser
  • Have the skills to be able to put together websites using HTML fundamentals
  • Use the tools that real web developers use every day to write their code
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Requirements
  • Students will be asked to apply their knowledge and engage in course exercises
  • Students must be willing to get out of their comfort zone and try new things
  • Students must be willing to conquer their fear of technology and computers
  • Students must be dedicated to the front-end journey
  • Students must be interested in how to create a rich user experience
  • Students must be eager to learn about web development fundamentals
  • Students need to have experience surfing the internet
  • No prior knowledge is needed to participate in this course
Description

We all surf the web.

We browse facebook and social media without much regard for where we're headed and where we’ve just been. It’s easy to get lost in the sea of clips and links taking you on a current and before you know it you’re headed out to sea.

In this course we're gonna talk about what to expect from HTML and what you need to get started and headed in the right direction.

Diving into HTML can be tricky - especially if you don't have any experience with web development.

Let’s go to the surf shop and fit you for a board and get you up to speed on everything you need to know before hittin’ the waves!

Who is the target audience?
  • Students eager to begin styling websites
  • Anyone interested in beginning their journey to JavaScript
  • Students interested in exercises that will give them authentic experience as a web developers
  • Anyone interested in creating their own website featuring their own content
  • Web developers who want to get into front-end web development
  • Developers who want to brush up on their understanding of the basics of HTML
  • Those who have personal blogs or write articles interested in taking control of their websites
  • Students interested in a bite-sized approach to web development
  • Students interested in learning why HTML is such a vital part of front-end web development
  • Anyone unsure about getting started in web development who wants a course the will take them through the basics
  • Anyone interested in taking their understanding of HTML to the next level
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Curriculum For This Course
Expand All 48 Lectures Collapse All 48 Lectures 10:38:56
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Getting Your Feet Wet
13 Lectures 02:27:27


Setting the Stage Part 2
16:03

Humble Beginnings Part 1
15:00

Humble Beginnings Part 2
07:47

Humble Beginnings Part 3
16:13

Humble Beginnings Part 4
06:00

Powering Down and Suiting Up
16:06

Tools For Success Part 1
13:05

Tools For Success Part 2
06:47

Meeting the Console Part 1
17:08

Meeting the Console Part 2
08:43

Wrapping Up
09:18
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Balancing Act
13 Lectures 02:55:19
Making Waves
19:55

Making Strides Part 1
12:44

Making Strides Part 2
12:52

Codepen and Content
13:52

Lists
18:23

Inline Tags
10:39

Basic HTML Structure
16:23

Void Tags
06:55

Grouping Part 1
12:59

Grouping Part 2
09:58

Grouping Part 3 and Naming Part 1
16:14

Naming Part 2
15:59

Naming Part 3 and Conclusion
08:26
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Riding It Out
18 Lectures 04:11:56
Getting Set
17:19

Learning the Rules
14:47

Learning the Rules Part 2
15:59

Learning the Rules Part 3 and Measurements
09:07

CSS Boxes Intro Part 1
14:30

CSS Boxes Intro Part 2 and Border Box Part 1
18:22

Border Box Part 2 and Frameworks Part 1
13:24

Frameworks Part 2
16:28

Specificity Intro
11:27

Classes
15:34

Best Practices
10:53

The 3 Digit Rule Part 1
08:49

The 3 Digit Rule Part 2
18:17

Resets and Developer Tools Intro and Resets
16:31

Other Nuggets of Gold Part 1
12:58

Other Nuggets of Gold Part 2
16:06

Document Flow Part 2
12:56

Conclusion
08:29
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Sharpening the Saw
4 Lectures 01:04:14
A Sharp Edge
14:29

Up to Speed
14:24

Coast to Coast
18:41

Web Workers to Conclusion
16:40
About the Instructor
Martin Kenny
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Author of "Malibu Code: Learn HTML, CSS and JavaScript"

Martin Kenny is the author of "Malibu Code: Learn HTML, CSS and JavaScript," a book that teaches the fundamentals of web design and interactive website programming through the metaphor of surfing. The original phrase, "surfing the web" comes from surfing, and yet no other web design or programming courses explore the power of the surfing metaphor beyond this common phrase.

In Martin's courses you will learn coding skills faster by building on top of ideas you already understand, instead of learning things from scratch. Much like surfing, many people give up on trying to learn how to code after their first few experiences with failure. Martin's courses are different because they explain everything in simple English and don't assume that you know anything about computers or programming or have any prior experience.