Learn HTML in 59 Minutes - Your intro to front-end dev
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Learn HTML in 59 Minutes - Your intro to front-end dev

BRAND NEW COURSE AND CONTENT! You'll learn HTML and how to set up your own webpage in under and hour.
4.8 (15 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
333 students enrolled
Created by Ben Eveloff
Last updated 7/2015
English
Current price: $10 Original price: $35 Discount: 71% off
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Includes:
  • 1 hour on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Code an HTML web page
  • Feel comfortable working with HTML
  • Be able to set up an HTML document
  • Understand the difference between inline and block level elements
  • Be able to embed a YouTube video
  • Understand how HTML and CSS work together
  • Format HTML text and page elements
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Requirements
  • You won't need to know anything before taking this course
  • The only equipment you will need will be a computer so you can go through the course and a web browser
Description

BRAND NEW COURSE AND CONTENT!

"Learn HTML in 59 Minutes" will introduce the basics of working with HTML and creating a website. And yes, you'll learn them in under an hour -- that's one minute less than with those other guys!

In this course, you'll learn everything you need to know to be able to design your own HTML web page, add images, format text, add links and understand HTML code when you are looking at it. And since "Learn HTML in 59 Minutes" is geared toward beginners, you won't need any prior experience working with HTML or web development technology.

What you need to take this course: All you need is a computer with a web browser to use. I'll show you where to download a free web text editor.

About me: I'm a highly experienced instructor who has taught web design at the University level for over seven years. I also currently work as a web designer and developer. Join me in exploring the exciting world of HTML and web development.

.**PLEASE FEEL FREE TO CONTACT ME WITH ANY QUESTIONS OR PROBLEMS YOU HAVE!**

Who is the target audience?
  • You should take this course if you are new to HTML
  • You should take this course if you would like to learn HTML
  • You should take this course if you don't think you can learn HTML
  • This courses in not intended for people who have a lot of HTML experience. It's focused toward beginners.
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Curriculum For This Course
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Introduction - Let's get started with HTML!
2 Lectures 04:23
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Creating your HTML document
3 Lectures 13:27

Setting up your HTML document (Part 1)
02:36

Setting up your HTML document (Part 2)
06:28
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Formatting Text
2 Lectures 10:41
HTML Text Tags
06:25

HTML Lists
04:16
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Linking
2 Lectures 11:38
Linking to external websites
07:42

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Adding elements and structuring your page
4 Lectures 12:58
Adding images
03:06

Adding block level and inline elements
04:11

Adding HTML tables
03:50

Embedding Videos
01:51
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Intro to CSS
1 Lecture 06:20
CSS and styling your page
06:20
About the Instructor
Ben Eveloff
4.3 Average rating
99 Reviews
6,603 Students
2 Courses
Web Developer, Designer, Strategest & University Instructor

I'm a web developer, designer and digital strategist based in Denver, CO, with over 8 years of experience. My main focuses include responsive web design and development, WordPress, SEM, SEO and social media.

Additionally, I spent seven years as a Communications professor. I taught and developed courses covering website design, web applications, social media, web analytics, multimedia journalism, mobile media, and blogging. I also designed a new major in Interactive Media, which has been offered since the Fall 2014 semester.