About Course

In today’s world, more and more people want to learn some HTML and CSS. Joining the professional web designers and programmers are new audiences who are required to know a little bit of code at work and also those who want to make their personal blogs and websites more attractive. Many courses teaching HTML and CSS are dry and only created for those who want to become programmers, which is why this course takes an entirely new approach.

Created by leading teachers in the field and designed for everyone, this course is a practical approach and comprehensive insight into the practice of web development. It covers HTML & CSS structure like text, images, tables, links, forms, useful options, fonts, colors, thinking in boxes, adding style with CSS, styling lists and tables, formatting, layouts, and grids. It also includes the required ACM web development topics, aligned with real-world web development best practices. You will also learn how to use fluid design and media queries to implement Responsive Web Design so your pages will look good and work right on any screen, from phone to tablet to desktop

Enroll now and master the fundamentals of web development!

What you’ll learn in this course:

· Master the fundamentals of HTML & CSS

· Build and design professional looking websites

· Learn simple web design tips to make your website stand out from the rest

· Kickstart  your web developer career easily

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What Will You Learn?

  • HTML & CSS
  • You will have a basic understanding of HTML
  • Learn to create static HTML sites
  • We will improve our knowledge step by step by learning the basics of CSS
  • We will learn to place pages in the easiest way by talking about all layout models in CSS
  • Create a beautiful, responsive landing page for any one
  • It will be much easier to prepare web pages with Grid CSS and Flexbox features
  • You will learn to use basic tags which are used commonly
  • You will be able to prepare lists in different formats
  • Learn the difference in usage between block level and inline elements in HTML
  • By learning the use of HTML table, you will be able to create different designs of your own
  • You will be able to create commonly used user login and registration pages by learning the form structure.
  • In the developing world, we will talk about all the details about web design compatible with different screens.
  • As with all of our courses, you will learn by doing too many hands-on examples.
  • HTML, or hypertext markup language, is computer code used to create web pages and emails. Web developers, email marketers, web writers, and many others use HTML
  • HTML stands for hyper-text markup language. Whether on a mobile device or a computer, every website that you browse is designed with HTML.
  • HTML isn’t a “programming language,” but rather a “formatting language.” It tells a browser how to display text, images, and other media elements.
  • HTML is a formatting language, not a programming language. Javascript is often necessary to make HTML “dynamic.”

Course Content

Introduction To Website Development

  • Introduction
  • What Is a Website

HTML Environment

Introduction to HTML

HTML Basics






Text Formatting

Quotation and Citation Elements








Block and Inline Elements

class Attribute

id Attribute


File Paths

Layout Elements and Techniques

Responsive Web Design

Using Emojis in HTML


HTML Media

Using CSS in HTML

Using Java Scripts in HTML

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Material Includes

  • Articles
  • Videos
  • Downloadable files


  • A laptop or Desktop
  • Notepad++


  • Students
  • Web developers
  • Enterprenuers

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