Introduction to HTML and CSS Coding: Part 2


Studies have shown that website design impacts how businesses are viewed, with presentation directly related to trust. With this in mind, it’s crucial for organizations to have well-designed websites. The basis of website design starts with knowledge of how to use computer programming languages, provided in Introduction to HTML and CSS Coding: Part 2.

Introduction to HTML and CSS Coding: Part 2 expands on the basics learned in Part 1, teaching additional skills that are useful for building websites. These include why performance and organization are important, how to shape and design a website, responsive web design, and best practices for HTML and CSS that help keep code clean and reusable.

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Course outline

About This Course

Course Prerequisites

Course Overview

Quick Review



Lesson 1: Performance and Organization

Activity 1-4: Writing Reusable Code

Lesson 2: HTML: How to Position Content

Activity 2-2: Combining Two and Three Column Layouts

Activity 2-3: Creating Columns with Inline-Block

Lesson 3: Complex Selectors

TOPIC A: Commonly Used Selectors

Type Selector

Class Selectors

ID Selectors

Child Selectors

Activity 3-2: Using Selectors

Lesson 4: Responsive Web Design

Activity 4-2: Using Dynamic Widths and Media Queries

Lesson 5: Writing Your Best Code

Activity 5-1: Applying Best Practices for HTML

Activity 5-2: Applying Best Practices for CSS


Review Questions

Lesson Labs

Lesson 1

Lesson Lab 1-1

Lesson 2

Lesson Lab 2-1

Lesson 3

Lesson Lab 3-1

Lesson 4

Lesson Lab 4-1

Lesson 5

Lesson Lab 5-1

Course Wrap-Up

Post-Course Assessment