Introductory Markup and Scripting with HTML and CSS
6 March to 27 March 2024 (Wednesdays) | 4:00 PM-5:30 PM ET
Registration closes on 5 March 2024
This course will introduce participants to introductory markup and scripting with HTML and CSS. The course will also introduce students to readings, resources, and tools available to help develop basic coding skills through practice.
Each session will feature a different topic (HTML Syntax, Working with Text Editors, Tables and Semantic Markup, Form Building, Integrating HTML and CSS, CSS Syntax, Working with Positional CSS) and will also challenge students with weekly practice assignments to help them develop their coding skills. Students also will be encouraged to present their work in progress and receive constructive feedback from the instructor and their peers.
The goal of this course is to provide students with an understanding of the wide range of skills, methods, and techniques used basic content markup and scripting for the Web. The course is also designed to prepare students for more advanced or specialized study in other topics related to markup and scripting in Web development.
Learning objectives and takeaways
- Describe the process of developing markup and scripting using text editors.
- Understand the rules, syntax, and basic coding techniques of HTML and CSS.
- Apply coding skills in the development of basic Web page content.
- Identify key differences in the features, functions, and use of HTML and CSS.