Coding & Tech
Code, Style, and Launch an HTML Website! (Part 4)
In this one-time class (3 students max), you will learn more about CSS and we will introduce more HTML tags. Most importantly, we will demystify the core concepts behind websites and how they work.
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This is a one-time, 50-minute class, we will cover the basics of creating and deploying an HTML website to the web. This class is designed to show the learner how easy it is to get started coding real web pages. We will program together and go at a comfortable pace. We will cover: - Review: File structure of an HTML website - Review CSS classes - Review Spacing (Margins / Padding) - Review HTML tags - Introduce how change our website based on the device size (Mobile,...
Students will become more comfortable with CSS classes as we demystify the concepts and file structure of a website.
Students will need to create a (www.replit.com) account prior to our class. This will allow us to code right away, without installing or downloading anything. Replit.com is also the way we will be launching our websites so it is a key part of the class. Learners will also need a computer to write code (use Zoom on the same computer so we can share screens). An iPad will not work for this class. A big part of this class is sharing our screens. This allows me to take a look at your code and offer suggestions and correct errors. For these reasons, please turn on this feature if it is not already allowed.
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Hunter B Stevens
Software Developer + Educator
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
331 total reviews
932 completed classes
Hey there! I am Hunter Stevens from Houston, Texas. Currently, I am a software engineer building a learning management system for language acquisition. Programming offers children a way to expand their minds and experiences while learning...