Introduction to HTML and CSS Coding


Introduction to HTML and CSS Coding: A well-designed website provides customers with information about a company, details on how to find or contact them, and the ability to make purchases and place orders. Businesses of all sizes can use websites to help drive traffic and to reach more customers than ever before. The basis of many webpages – a collection of webpages from a website — is the HTML and CSS computer programming languages. Learning how to use these languages, which are used to build and style the content of a webpage, is an important step to creating your own well-designed webpages.

The Introduction to HTML and CSS Coding course is intended as an introduction to using these computer programming languages – teaching the basics of these languages, and then continuing to explore various ways to use these languages to create an effective webpage.

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Course outline

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Lesson 1: Getting Started with HTML

Activity 1-1: Inspecting a Webpage

Activity 1-2: Using HTML to Add Basic Elements

Activity 1-3: Creating an HTML List

Lesson 2: Doing More with HTML

Activity 2-1: Adding an Image in HTML

Activity 2-2: Adding a link

Activity 2-3: Creating an HTML Table

Lesson 3: Getting Started with CSS

Activity 3-1: Creating a Styling Area Using the <style> Tag

Activity 3-2: Adding CSS Colors in a Variety of Ways

Activity 3-3: Using an ID Name for Styling

Lesson 4: Styling Text with CSS

Activity 4-1: Changing the Font Family in CSS

Activity 4-2: Changing the Font Size of Text

Activity 4-3: Customizing Text Using Additional Properties

Activity 4-3: Using the CSS Font Shorthand in Practice

Lesson 5: Extended Styling Techniques using HTML and CSS

Activity 5-1: Using the <span> and <div> Tags to Group Webpage Elements

Activity 5-2: Adjusting the Style of a Div Block

Activity 5-3: Adjusting the Style of a Div Block

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