Learn HTML & CSS: How To Start Your Web Development Career

Learn HTML & CSS To Jump Start Your Career In Web Development
Rating: 4.4 out of 5 (2,194 ratings)
49,357 students
Learn HTML & CSS: How To Start Your Web Development Career
Rating: 4.4 out of 5 (2,198 ratings)
49,357 students
Make Any Website Responsive & Mobile Friendly
Create Your Own HTML & CSS Websites From Scratch & Host Them For Free
Impress Employers With The BBC Website Clone You Will Make In The Course Project

Requirements

  • Internet Access
  • Google Chrome Browser
Description

UPDATE: This course is completely updated and current as of February 2017.

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Creating a career in development has been the best choice I've made in life so far. 

It has allowed me to be geek and get paid making awesome apps that help people.

There is an abundant number of tech jobs in every major city, so you can live in a lot of cool places.

The average web developer makes around $76k a year.

A lot of tech companies allow their employees to work remotely.

Needless to say, this industry has been great to me :-)

And I want you to experience that too.

The course is split into 4 easy to follow sections:

1.) HTML Section

2.) CSS Section

3.) Code Challenge Final

4.) Course Project


In the HTML and CSS sections you create websites using HTML and CSS.

Add these websites to boost your resume for job interviews.

There are numerous code challenges to practice what you learn, as well as quizzes to make sure you know what you have learned.

In the code challenge final you build a responsive website for a mobile device.

In the course project you build a clone of the UK BBC news website and host it on Github for potential employers to see. This is how I got my first job interview as a web developer!

By the end of this course you will have everything you need to land a web developer job.


Got questions?


I am with you every step of the way.

If you have a bug you can't figure out, post your code in the discussion tab and I will take a look at it for you.

Remember, I want you to be successful.


The web development industry is growing at an exponential rate. Don't get left behind!

This course is free.

What excuse do you have to not take this course then? :)

Join Now!


Onward to success and freedom!


Who this course is for:
  • Entrepreneurs
  • Beginner Programmers
  • People Seeking A New Career In Web Development
  • Web Designers Who Want To Implement Their Designs
Curriculum
6 sections • 60 lectures • 4h 32m total length
  • How To Sign Up For Codepen For Free - The Only Tool Needed In This Course
  • Learn What HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language) Really Is & How To Create Websites
  • Learn The Correct Structure Of A HTML Webpage - MOST PROGRAMMERS GET THIS WRONG!
  • Create Your First Website From Scratch - A Blog Post About Your Favorite Cakes
  • Learn The Secret On How To Instantly Increase Your Website Usability With Lists
  • Web Development Code Challenge #1: You Create A Website About Your Favorite Cars
  • Web Development Code Challenge #1 Solution & WalkThrough
  • How To Make Your Website Text Enticing To Your Visitors By Using Inline Tags
  • How To Use Void Tags - They Aren't Like Regular HTML Tags!
  • Learn To Use HTML Attributes In Your HTML Tags To Increase Website Functionality
  • How To Use Proper HTML Classes To Organize & Prepare Your HTML Code For CSS
  • How To Use Proper HTML IDs To Organize & Prepare Your HTML Code For CSS
  • Learn HTML Quiz - Make Sure You Have A Strong HTML Foundation Before Moving On
  • How To Use Images To Create Better Content For Your Websites
  • Instantly Increase Your Website Usability and SEO Rankings With Links
  • Web Development Code Challenge #2: You Create A Website For Your Selfies
  • Web Development Code Challenge #2 Solution & WalkThrough
  • How To Use HTML Forms To Grab Input From Your Users & Create Mailing Lists
  • Learn To Use HTML Tables To Display Information & Data To Your Website Visitors
  • How To Use HTML5 Semantic Tags To Organize Your HTML Code
  • Web Development Code Challenge #3: You Create A Mailing List Opt-In
  • Web Development Code Challenge #3 Solution & WalkThrough
  • HTML Key Takeaways & Cheatsheet - Print This & Post It On Your Wall
  • HTML Final: Make Sure You Understand Proper Naming For HTML Classes & IDs
  • HTML Documentation Resources For Further Examples And Clarification
  • How To Properly Use CSS Classes & IDs To Style Your HTML Code - GET THIS RIGHT
  • Learn To Implement The Mysterious CSS Div - The Foundation Of CSS Webpage Styles
  • Learn CSS Hierarchy & How To Grasp The Power Of CSS Specificity In Your Styles
  • Learn How To Make Your Website Content Even More Enticing With CSS Text Styles
  • Web Development Code Challenge #4: Align Me Correctly
  • Web Development Code Challenge #4 Solution & WalkThrough
  • How To Use Different CSS Measurements To Scale Fonts, Images, & Other Elements
  • Learn All About CSS Boxes - Margin, Padding, Border, Height, & Width
  • How To Make Your Webpage Flow Smoothly To The Eye Using CSS Document Flow
  • Web Development Code Challenge #5: Boxes In Boxes
  • Web Development Code Challenge #5 Solution & Walkthrough
  • How To Position Any Element AnyWhere On The Page Using CSS Positioning
  • CSS Boxes Quiz - Make Sure You Understand Margin, Positioning & Measurements
  • Web Development Code Challenge #6: Float Like A Butterfly, Position Like A King
  • Web Development Code Challenge #6 Solution & WalkThrough
  • How To Make Your Website Viewable Across All Modern Browsers Using CSS Resets
  • How To Make Your Website Responsive For Mobile Devices Using Media Queries
  • Learn How To Use CSS Frameworks To Quickly Development & Scale Your Websites
  • CSS Key Takeaways & Cheatsheet - Print This & Post It On Your Wall
  • CSS Documentation Resources For Further Examples And Clarification
  • Web Dev Code Challenge Final: Create A Responsive Mobile Website From Scratch
  • Web Dev Code Challenge Final Solution & Walkthrough Part 1
  • Web Dev Code Challenge Final Solution & Walkthrough Part 2
  • Web Dev Code Challenge Final Solution & Walkthrough Part 3
  • Intro To the Course Project: Clone The UK BBC Website By Hand
  • How To Create The Skeleton For the Website From Scratch
  • How To Recreate The Top Navigation Bar
  • Recreating The Top Navigation Bar Part 2
  • How To Recreate The News Header Bar Section
  • How To Recreate The Category Navigation Bar
  • How To Recreate The Location Navigation Bar
  • How To Recreate The Location Navigation Bar Part 2
  • How To Recreate The Content Section
  • How To Recreate The Media Sidebar
  • How To Host Your BBC Clone Project To Github For Employers To See for FREE!
  • Where To Go From Here

Instructor
Front End Web Developer & Local SEO Marketer
Michael Bowen
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I attended UT Austin for Computer Science from 2013-2015.

Currently, I work as a designer, front end web developer, and local SEO marketer for local businesses, such as septic tank systems and maid services.

My skillset includes HTML, CSS, Javascript, Swift, Sketch, and Xcode.

Check out my GitHub profile - username is mbowen13