Will learn about Markup language and also be shown how to convert it to HTML
Gain the knowledge of developer resources available for referencing HTML documentation
2 sections • 16 lectures • 1h 53m total length
Dev - Before we Begin Notes (video description)
HTML Quiz - Intro
HTML - Breakdown - part two
HTML Quiz - Breakdown
Dev - Markdown Explained
HTML - Basic Elements
HTML - Basic Elements - part two
HTML - Basic Elements - part three
HTML - Markup and Metadata
Create an HTML document
HTML Ending Cinematic
Intro to CSS
CSS - Breakdown
CSS - Breakdown - part two
Dev - Get a Code Editor
Add CSS and JS to your HTML file
Just need to know how to use a computer in general (e.g. being able to surf the internet)
Technology is growing and is having an impact on many industries along with the jobs of tomorrow.
Now has never been a better time to orient yourself towards development and give it a try! As a developer, you'll be better prepared and suited to tackle the increasing number of technical jobs. If you have an idea or manage something that revolves around tech, you'll be able to handle it much more efficiently since the technicals are now made clearer.
HTML is a simple language that is a great starting point for many beginners but can get you far as it is applicable for helping you structure almost ANYTHING you need, that needs to be shown a screen with clickable buttons to interact with it.
By learning HTML, you will start a path towards web development which not only just allows you to create any website you want, but can also help you create real mobile apps and desktop apps. This is because web developers also get the benefit of having developer services such as Ionic and Electron that allow them to repurpose their web code and automatically convert it to code that mobile apps and desktop apps need to use.
So try out web development and get to use it's advantages in helping you accomplish your goals! This course is geared for total beginners and is for ANYONE without any prior coding knowledge.
After learning this course you will have gained the knowledge to:
Have the proficiency to adequately code in HTML
Learn about Markdown as an added bonus
Be shown where to go when you need to reference HTML documentation
This course is intended to get people to try out web development and motivate them to pursue it.
Who this course is for:
Anyone who wants to learn how to code HTML
People interested in trying out development for the first time
I'm a developer that loves to code and I passionately enjoy learning new things. I've realized though that the web sometimes doesn't make it easy to learn code and at times can have scarce documentation for it.
I enjoy organizing, documenting and want to use my time to further do research into writing better documentation, better documentation apps for the community, and create educational content.