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Let's Break Stuff: Coding for Beginners with HTML5 and CSS3

Have fun getting started with web devolpment. Learn HTML5 and CSS3 by customizing the Google home page.
Free tutorial
Rating: 4.2 out of 5 (97 ratings)
4,225 students
59min of on-demand video
English
English

web design
html5
css3
dev tools
beginning as a coder
fun coding

Requirements

  • a laptop
  • A web browser - Google Chrome preferred

Description

Is starting something new kind of scary to you? It can be for me and I know the feeling. This course is meant to be a fun, non-technical introduction to web programming. Are you interested in learning to code? How about making basic edits on your website? Do you want to build websites? Do you want to work in a field connected to web development like digital marketing or even web data analysis? If you answered yes to any of these questions, this course was made with you in mind. It is tailored for beginners and is meant to be a fun, pain-free way for you to get started.

In this course you will be introduced to:

  • HTML5

  • CSS3

  • Dev tools - one of the tools that web developers use every day

  • Google Chrome extensions

  • Basics of web development

  • Web developer workflow

  • Asking questions as a web developer

Who this course is for:

  • beginning coders interested in making websites
  • A small business owner who wants to make edits to their website
  • Aspiring web developers
  • Aspiring Digital Marketers
  • Beginner developers with no HTML5 or CSS3 experience
  • Students interested in learning HTML5 and CSS3 to make websites

Instructor

Web Developer
Andrew Edwards
  • 4.2 Instructor Rating
  • 97 Reviews
  • 4,225 Students
  • 1 Course

HTM Hello! My name is Andrew.

Here's a little about my journey. I have experience as a front-end developer who is passionate about coding, HTML, CSS, sustainable code, and high quality solutions. I've been doing this professionally for over 5 years. and I've been blessed to build lots of different kinds of websites and have learned a lot about what not to do. There are so many different ways to make websites, and I've been blessed to gain experience in many of those avenues and others. From small business sites, to ecommerce, to custom-coded from scratch, to multilingual content-heavy, to SEO-lead-driving, to much more.

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