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Modern Web Design using HTML and CSS

Learn to design stunning, modern and responsive websites from scratch using HTML and CSS in this free online course.

Publisher: Laurence Svekis ✔
As more and more individuals use the internet daily, websites have become a huge part of our lives and the demand for capable web designers is ever-increasing. This short course will introduce you to HTML and CSS, the two languages you need to learn to start building websites in a beginner-friendly manner. In under three hours, you will learn about HTML tags, adding images and tables, responsive web design and more.
Modern Web Design using HTML and CSS
  • Duration

    3-4 Hours
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Since its invention, the internet has grown in astronomical proportions, popularity and relevance. Barely a day goes by without your visiting a web page. While this has meant a rise in the demand for web developers, many interested individuals are discouraged as they are unsure where to begin. This course makes building websites easy. We will teach you to create a fully-functional, modern-looking website using HTML and CSS, the foundational blocks of web design. We begin by explaining HTML and the general structure of HTML code.

HTML defines the general structure of a webpage and you will learn to use its elements, also called ‘tags’, necessary to add and manipulate webpage components. We explore ‘div’, ‘span’, ‘paragraph’, ‘anchor’, ‘self-closing’ and other tags. Discover how to add images, lists, tables and use modern ‘semantic’ tags to design web pages. We will put all this knowledge together to help you create your first fully functional website. We will introduce you to CSS, used to style the components added using HTML.

The course will investigate CSS syntax and manipulate font and background colours. We will present the ‘box model’: the basis for applying styling to webpage elements and changing the values of properties like the display, position and margin properties. These alter the appearance of your webpage components. Finally, you will learn to use the ‘float’, ‘flex’ and ‘grid’ methods to design responsive websites that look superior on any screen size. Start today and develop your first working website!

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