Programming for Non-Programmers Series: HTML Basics (Online Class)
Tuesday, November 12, 2013 from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM (EST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Programming for Non-Programmers Series: Get Started with HTML (Online Class)
Tuesday, November 12th from 11:00 - 12:00 pm EST
Adrian Bautista, Full-Stack Web Developer, General Assembly
Whether you work in teams with developers and like to speak their language or are looking to learn how to code, you can learn basic programming concepts in this series of classes.
The learning goal of the second class in the PFNP series is help students quickly dive into the world of HTML. Adrian will walk through "code-along" exercises that students can use to build their first personal or product "About Me" page. Rome wasn't built in a day - it takes hours of practice to become proficient in HTML. This class is designed to give students enough information about elements, tags, structure, and design to get started with simple webpages.
Future classes in this series will focus on CSS and Ruby.
Begin coding a simple webpage in HTML.
Know various tags and when to use them.
Understand the basic structure of webpages.
Learn techniques to use at-home when stuck on code.
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