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Want to start learning the foundational language of the web? That's what our newbie HTML/CSS class is here for. We'll explore how to use HTML and CSS to build websites, introduce you to the tools you need for the job and put you on the path of using your new skills to work on more complex applications.

This class will be taught by Jen Myers.

We will meet Wednesday, February 27 from 7-9 PM at Neo Columbus and continue to meet for the following three Wednesdays (a four-week course in all) until March 20.

(Due to the restrictions of Meetup's registration, we can't schedule multi-day events, so keep in mind that this Meetup event serves as registration for the entire class.)

Students are asked to bring their own personal laptops to use. We can also offer free childcare and possible scholarships. If you have questions about any of this, please contact Jen.

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  • Suzy B.


    I'm interested in taking one of your classes, but I'll be out of town a couple weeks in March (which conflicts). Are you guys going to be offering more newbie classes in the near future?

    Thanks in advance for your help!


    February 27, 2013

  • Maria

    Hey Jen.

    I have some experience in html/css and have taught myself a lot, but want to brush up on my skills. I can only afford one class, if even that. I am not sure if I should do this class or java, or do you have another class that might fit me better?

    February 15, 2013

    • Jen

      Hi Maria! If you're looking to brush up, it might be better to take the HTML/CSS class. It may cover things you've already learned, but would be a good reinforcement. The JS class is a little more advanced. If you have any other questions, please let me know!

      February 20, 2013

  • Janelle

    I am very interested in taking this class but I have a concern about a conflict in schedule for the second to last class. I'm wondering if missing this class means I should wait until the next class or go ahead and take it now? I would really prefer to take it now because I've been wanting to for a long time and would rather not wait until the next class is scheduled. I would love any feedback. Thanks.

    February 7, 2013

    • Jen

      Hi Janelle! I think we can work with you to make up for that class. I always make the slides from each class available to students and I will probably have an extra lab class to take care of any extra questions or clarifications. Please go ahead and register and we'll work it out.

      February 7, 2013

    • Janelle

      That sounds great. Thank you for your response Jen!

      February 7, 2013

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