To Build And Launch A Website from a Template Using HTML and W3-CSS
Be ready for an adventure into basic HTML and W3-CSS code
Able to use a computer effectively
Lots of people need a website and want a website. They have very little money. Many have very little content of their own when they start a website. The best option for a starter website is a one page website that contains enough content to tell people who you are, what you do, how much and where they can reach you.
This course teaches you how to build a one page eye-catching starter website by using a W3schools W3.CSS template and changing parts of the code HTML and W3.CSS, to create a web page that looks and feels like a website built for you and to represent your business.
This step by step approach will help beginners begin to understand the basis structure of a web page, the different tags used to structure or layout a web page and insert text, images and other items. It will set the student on a path to being able to identify W3.CSS and where it is used.
The aims of the course are to begin to remove the fear of using HTML & W3.CSS to build a web page and make learners more curious about learning more about them; build a web page for the leaner and or their business that they can put online immediately and to create a buzz in the student to want to know more.
Who this course is for:
Beginners who need a website
Businesses who want to create a website on a budget
Home business owners who need a simple web presence
14 sections • 43 lectures • 4h 4m total length
Why And What Of The Website Tool Kit
Add A Logo And Images To Your Tool Kit
Select Social Media Icons And Font Awesome Icons
Decisions To Be Made
Setup Your Folders
Get A HTML Editor
Complete Your Website Tool Kit
Copy Template Code To Begin To Create Your Own Website
Exploring And Understanding The Different Parts Of The Template Code
I believe that the growth and development of individuals is hinged on what they learn. What an individual learns is dependent on how they are taught. I desire to be instrumental in the growth and development of everyone by teaching and imparting knowledge in a way they will be able to understand and build upon.