Beyond the Basics of HTML / CSS (from Girl Develop It Boston)

Presented by Girl Develop It Boston

Price: $90 for 4 part series: 

RSVP here, maybe we can carpool (RSVP's close June 15)

This 4-part Beyond the Basics with HTML/CSS course runs for two consecutive weeks. All classes will run from 6:30pm - 8:30pm. 
(It is the follow up course to Intro to HTML/CSS. )

Week 1: 
Tuesday, June 17th 
Wednesday, June 18th 

Week 2: 
Tuesday, June 24th 
Wednesday, June 25th

You took Intro to HTML/CSS, and learned a great foundation...now what? In this class, we'll be building a single-page website with all the new hotness: HTML5 for semantical structure and CSS3 for sweet visual flourishes like gradients, rounded corners, and drop shadows. The latest CSS specification provides advanced selectors, graphical enhancements, and better font support that make our sites more visually appealing without using font image replacement techniques, complex JavaScript, or graphics tools.

We'll also try out some more advanced techniques, like CSS animations and responsive design, and we'll talk about some flashy HTML5 features that do require JavaScript.

To get the most out of this class, you should have a working knowledge of basic HTML and CSS. You may have taken Intro to HTML through Girl Develop It, or maybe you have built a site for fun.

HTML/CSS Knowledge Requirements:

To help you gauge whether or not this class is a good fit given your current skill set, you must take this mandatory quiz. Anything better than 70% should allow you to follow along in the class. A review will be provided before we start the new material and you can view the material from our class on our website (look under the "Intermediate HTML/CSS"). If you have additional questions, feel free to post them below.

About your Teacher:

Jamie is a designer and front-end developer working and living north of Boston. She studied Graphic Design at Massachusetts College of Art & Design and began a career within the print world. She eventually got bored and frustrated that there was a limit to what she could create - that’s when she decided to learn to code. Jamie has a passion for building a beautiful and useable web and is excited to share this with the amazing members of the GDI community.

https://twitter.com/jamieleeconnor 



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