Author: Camryn Williams and Cassidy Williams
There are lots of tutorials on web development with HTML and CSS, but if you're just starting out on this path, this video course from sisters Cassidy and Camryn Williams is the one for you: it makes learning easy, accessible, and definitely fun. You'll quickly learn the basics of designing and building your own web pages. Cassidy and Camryn have both taught in-person HTML and CSS workshops to students ranging from middle school to college. In this video, you'll code along with them as you learn how to build web pages with HTML and define the look and format with CSS. Along the way, you'll learn a host of best practices as well as how to avoid common pitfalls. - Explore HTML's basic tag and text structure - Learn individual HTML tags for images, line breaks, and tables - Dive into CSS elements, such as background color, floating, positioning, margins, and padding - Learn about new capabilities in HTML5 and CSS3 - Consider various HTML and CSS frameworks - Understand how to host and maintain a website Cassidy Williams is a software engineer and developer evangelist at Venmo. A graduate in Computer Science from Iowa State University, she has a passion for helping STEM students excel. Cassidy has spoken at the Grace Hopper Celebration for Women in Computing, the National Center for Women & IT Summit, the United Nations, and the U.S. Science and Engineering Festival, and other events. Camryn Williams, a Computer Science student at Iowa State University, holds computer science and web development workshops for middle school, high school, and college students. An intern for Microsoft, Google, and (soon) Apple, she attended the White House Tech Inclusion Summit hosted by CTO Todd Park and loves mentoring young women in technology.
- Supported OS: [Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows]
- Processor: Any
- RAM: Any
- Hard Disk: 1GB
- Video Card: Any
Features & Highlights
- This visual training method offers users increased retention and accelerated learning.
- Breaks even the most complex applications down into simplistic steps.