Session #1: Monday, June 18 @ 6pm - 9:30pm
Session #2: Tuesday, June 26 @ 6pm - 9:30pm
In this workshop, you'll take your HTML & CSS learning to the next level by working with HTML5 features like semantic elements and forms, and you'll learn new CSS3 properties and abilities including transformations, transitions, and animation. Finally, we'll dig into responsive design and browser compatibility. You'll leave with readily-applicable skills and we'll be there to answer any questions you may have along the way!
NOTE: You are not required to take our introductory workshop before taking this one, but it is recommended if you have no previous HTML/CSS experience. If you are unsure if you should take Intro or Intermediate, use the topic list below to help to determine which class is more suited to your skills or post a question in the comments. We have a 2-Part Intro class scheduled Tuesday, May 29 and Tuesday, June 2 (https://www.meetup.com/Girl-Develop-It-Tampa-Bay/events/250548227/)
• Review of HTML conventions and naming
• Review of CSS basics, including: reset, floating, the box model, and
• HTML form elements
• New semantic HTML5 elements, advantages and disadvantages to
HTML5, and the history of HTML5
• CSS3 properties and abilities, including: rounded corners, drop
shadows, gradients, opacity, and @font-face
• CSS3 transitions, animations and transformations (!!!!!!)
• New CSS3 selectors and pseudo-selectors
• Microdata and how it relates to SEO and accessibility
• Multimedia, geo-location, and storage
• Responsive design using media queries
• Cross-browser compatibility
Sean Walker is a Front-end developer at Progressive Insurance. He has been the front-end architect for many of their newest Property products and has recently graduated from St. Petersburg College with a Computer Programming Specialist Certificate. When he isn't sitting at a computer he can usually be found at a local concert or sitting on his front porch with his dog and a Budweiser.
• Your laptop (Mac or PC are both fine).
• A text editor installed before class. We recommend Visual Studio Code or Sublime Text (They're free and available for both Mac and PC).
• Google Chrome web browser installed before class.
Thank you to Bank of the Ozark's Innovation Lab for hosting our event!
FINDING THE MEETUP
Finding Bank of the Ozark's entrance can be tricky. Download this PDF to make sure you can find the door http://bit.ly/ozark-directions
Unemployed or in financial distress and interested in taking this workshop? A limited number of full and partial scholarships are available. Please fill out THIS FORM ( http://goo.gl/forms/v6omXXyeBRaYvUHA3 ) and we will do our best!
Please note: If we have less than 5 students enrolled, the class is subject to be canceled and your money will be refunded.
At Girl Develop It, we make every effort to keep costs low. Most of the fees collected go to paying our teachers and covering overhead costs. Chapters use excess funds to build scholarship funds.
Because of transaction and labor costs of processing refunds, we have a "No Refunds" policy. We will refund class fees paid when a class is canceled. Otherwise, please make every effort to sell your seat to a friend.
We're here to help! If you have any questions or anything you'd like to discuss before signing up for the workshop, please post in the comments below, or contact us at [masked]. All attendees are expected to abide by the Girl Develop It Code of Conduct (https://www.girldevelopit.com/code-of-conduct).