Now that you’ve covered the basics in our
Beginner HTML & CSS program
, or you already have a solid foundation in the basics, you're ready to tackle the next step in front-end web development. This 11-week program will cover the latest elements and styling available with HTML5 and CSS3.
What Will I Be Able to Build?
Learn to build a rich interface for the front-end of a web application. Work with Rails developers in the Web Development program to build out robust, fully functioning web applications.
Advanced front-end coding techniques and practices
CSS3 transitions, transforms, and animations
Building mobile responsive pages with CSS media queries
HTML and CSS compilers HAML, SCSS, and SASS
Leading-edge CSS selectors
Advanced semantics including microformats and WAI-ARIA roles
Working with different frameworks, including Twitter Bootstrap
CSS sprites and working with data URI images
Progressive ways to position and clear elements
Designing in the browser
(slideshows, tooltips, drop down menus, modals, etc.)
Why Should I Learn Advanced HTML & CSS?
Build Websites Right
Knowing how to build websites in HTML and CSS is one thing, knowing how to do it properly is another. Correct semantic value, DRY (Don’t repeat yourself) code are important lessons, necessary to put into practice.
Work to Become a Front-end Developer
Whether you're looking for a job or looking to build out your own understanding of HTML and CSS, the Starter League will help you gain the abilities to be a talented front-end developer. Knowing HTML and CSS is a great advantage to an already skilled software engineer or web designer.
Become a Better Collaborator
Gain a deeper appreciation for both front-end development and software development. Take the opportunity to pair and work with both designers and Ruby on Rails developers. Understand what it takes to lead a career in Front-end development while building the portfolio to get you started.