This course contains 31 interactive screencasts
31 lessons - 4 hours
What is HTML and CSS?
Terminology and syntax
File naming and project setup
strong and emphasis
Classes and Ids
Internal & external CSS
The box model
Margin & padding
Styling your page
Dinosaurs are awesome, but so are centering things on the page. In this project, you'll learn about both.
A full web page with header, main content, footer, columns and more. It's a great start on your web development journey.
Are you curious about web development but don't know where to start? Would you like to be able to build your own websites? Have you tried learning HTML and CSS, but found other courses too boring or difficult?
If your answer is YES to any of these questions, then this is the course for you!
Why is this course great?
This course features a one of YouTube's most popular instructors, Kevin Powell, along with Scrimba's unique and interactive code-learning experience. It's a magical combination that you won't find anywhere else. The lectures are built to both entertain and teach you, as we believe you learn faster if you aren't bored.
Why is it easier to learn here?
Unlike normal videos, Scrimba screencasts are interactive. This means that whenever you're confused, you can simply pause the screencasts and interact with the code yourself. This will help you sort out your confusions.
You'll also be given interactive challenges along the way, as this is critical for the knowledge to stick with you. Once you've tried solving the the challenge, your instructor Kevin will show you his solution. It's almost as if you're programming together with Kevin!
So what are you waiting for? Claim your free spot today, and start your adventure as a web developer!
This course is also a part of our hugely popular Front-End Devloper Career Path.
It varies. This course is 30 lessons long, with just over 4 hours of material. Ideally, you should spend at least double that practising. That amounts to 12 hours of course work. We do not recommend cramming and 1-2 hours a day might be manageable depending on your schedule. So in about 2 weeks you will be pretty comfortable with beginner's HTML and will be able to move on to more advanced concepts.
Best way to learn is to build small projects. Before starting the project you need to learn some basic principles and rules of HTML and CSS. This course is exactly the place where you can learn them.
Yes, both HTML and CSS form the fundamentals of the modern web. Everything you see online in your browser is made of HTML and CSS and is your bread and butter of web development.
HTML and CSS are relatively easy to learn. While it may seem daunting at first, you don't need to have any kind of programming experience and it's where most people start.
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