HTML and CSS are the two dominant languages of the web and the backbone of all websites. Having a proficient understanding of HTML and CSS provides the ability to build websites and pairs well with other skill sets, be it entrepreneurial, user experience, or backend development. Knowing HTML and CSS also provides the capacity to update and maintain websites, an expertise always in demand.
What Will I Be Able to Build?
Learn HTML and CSS elements, structures and design patterns. Understand the fundamentals of what goes into front-end web development and be able to repeat patterns from across the web.
How to work with backgrounds and gradients using CSS
Semantically displaying and stylizing text
How to create forms to gather user input
Adding images, audio clips, and video clips to a web page
How to organize and display data with tables
Building and styling lists
Organizing code and site architecture
Why Should I Learn HTML & CSS?
Learn How to Build Your Own Website
Knowing how to build your own website is an expertise many desire, however only few obtain. In eleven weeks you’ll learn how to build your own website, taking a concept or design and turning it into fully functional HTML and CSS. Once launched, you'll learn what it takes to update and maintain your website as well as websites for others.
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 get started on your journey to becoming a talented front-end developer. Knowing HTML and CSS is a great advantage to an already skilled software engineer or web designer.
Expand Your Fundamental HTML & CSS Skill Set
Not only are beginners welcome but so are intermediate students looking to expand their fundamental knowledge of HTML and CSS. Our
Advanced HTML & CSS program
program is focused on helping those with an already basic understanding rise to the next level. The advanced program dives deeper into coding practices, techniques, and the latest additions to HTML5 and CSS3.