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Malibu Surf Code School: Intro To HTML

Go from knowing nothing about web design to understanding the basic structure of any website by learning HTML.
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Created by Martin Kenny
Last updated 7/2015
English
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  • 1.5 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What Will I Learn?
Learn how to use HTML to build a website
Use HTML to structure content for CSS styling
Create HTML files for uploading to a hosting platform
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Requirements
  • How to use an internet browser like Google Chrome
  • Optional: A text editor like Notepad++ or Sublime Text
  • Optional: A hosting account to upload web site pages
Description

Welcome to my new California CodeRush Intro Series.

In this series of introductory courses you will be learning the fundamentals of programming languages starting with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript all the way up to the more sophisticated Ruby and even Python.

The purpose of this California CodeRush Intro Series is to whet your appetite for the vast riches and abundance of opportunity that come from building a solid foundation of web development understanding and from there progressing into even greater triumphs of the wealth and treasures that this series will provide.

The first course in this series is the intro to HTML course where you will get your feet wet and learn to conquer your fear of coding while familiarizing yourself with some of the basic features and overwhelming new horizons that this skill opens for you.

From there, we will move to the next stepping stone, CSS. CSS is where we begin to sift through the mud and find those shiny nuggets of gold. The CSS introductory course is where the skills from our understanding of HTML start to pay dividends.

Next, it's time to separate the wheat from the chaff with my introductory to JavaScript course. Here, we'll go into depth on a tremendously valuable programming language that may seem daunting at first, until we realize that it was created and completed in a matter of 10 days!

The mining continues as we delve deeper into the hidden treasure trove of Ruby and even take down the ferocious beast, Python, that lies deep within the cavernous lair of Silicon Valley atop its mountainous hoard of abundant riches.

So grab your pickax and head west in my new California CodeRush Intro Series.

The California Valley is still full of gold and it's your time to get your share!

Who is the target audience?
  • Students who are completely new to web design
  • Coders who want to learn front end web development
  • Professionals who want to add front end coding to their resume
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Curriculum For This Course
Expand All 9 Lectures Collapse All 9 Lectures 01:18:53
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Introduction
1 Lecture 02:35
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HTTP
4 Lectures 36:43


2.3 Toolkit Part 1
08:40

Toolkit Part 2
16:20
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Hypertext Markup Language
4 Lectures 39:35
Intro
04:39

HTML
08:53

HTML Tags
11:59

HTML Void Tags and Grouping
14:04
About the Instructor
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Author of "Malibu Code: Learn HTML, CSS and JavaScript"

Martin Kenny is the author of "Malibu Code: Learn HTML, CSS and JavaScript," a book that teaches the fundamentals of web design and interactive website programming through the metaphor of surfing. The original phrase, "surfing the web" comes from surfing, and yet no other web design or programming courses explore the power of the surfing metaphor beyond this common phrase.

In Martin's courses you will learn coding skills faster by building on top of ideas you already understand, instead of learning things from scratch. Much like surfing, many people give up on trying to learn how to code after their first few experiences with failure. Martin's courses are different because they explain everything in simple English and don't assume that you know anything about computers or programming or have any prior experience.

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