Web design doesn't have to be complex, especially when you are just starting out.
Web Design - CSS & HTML For Beginners simplifies the learning process. You get step by step detailed tutorials on how to build and layout a webpage. These foundational skills will allow you to create more complex websites.
The course includes the following:
We start with HTML, the structural component of a webpage. Then we'll go into CSS and webpage layout.
You'll also pickup some valuable webpage debugging skills. This skill set alone will help you become an efficient web developer.
To start building webpages now, just click the Take This Course button to your right and I'll see you in the first course.
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