Learn HTML5 and CSS3 and Build a Professional Website


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  • No prior coding experience is needed.
  • No paid tools involved to learn HTML5 and CSS3
  • Those with a will to learn can take this course anytime.


Are you ready to learn HTML and CSS to build a real world project?

If you have no prior coding experience or if you want to learn a new skill then this course will make you a pro in HTML and CSS in no time.

All age groups are welcomed to take this course as there is no defined age to learn a new skill!

Let HTML and CSS be among your new trophies of skillset.

For Kids and Parents:

2020 is a pandemic year, that means there is plenty of time for both parents and kids to learn coding as a skillset and why not? Programming is the most in demand as people are creating sites like e-commerce, blogs and portals to run their businesses. Now, imagine having the literacy of HTML and CSS (The very building blocks of the web ) in your hands! That’s what this course is all about!

You can move onto learning other skills once you are a pro in HTML and CSS.

Computers are everywhere and they are going to play a major part in transforming our future as basic coding is a must for every child nowadays. Many non-coders have shown great interest in coding because it is the need of the time. A few of these non-coders people have said wonderful things about coding:

“Learning to code is useful no matter what your career ambitions are.”

—Arianna Huffington, Founder, The Huffington Post

“Computer programming is quickly becoming an essential career skill. Learning to code is a fantastic opportunity equalizer—if you’re good at it, it can help you achieve your dreams.”

—Cory Booker, U.S. Senator, New Jersey

“Whether you want to uncover the secrets of the universe, or you just want to pursue a career in the 21st century, basic computer programming is an essential skill to learn.”

—Stephen Hawking, Theoretical Physicist, Cosmologist, Author

The Barrier

We all have moments where things seem almost impossible to conquer and that’s okay as long as we are willing to pass through that barrier. HTML or CSS might seem new and coding can be a little too overwhelming in the beginning but as you sharpen your saw with time, you will see great results and find yourself quite satisfied and improved than before.

This course covers:

  • HTML links that are essential for hyperlinking webpages with each other.
  • HTML lists that important to put items in an ordered or unordered format.
  • HTML <img> tag that is used to add images to your HTML pages.
  • CSS Box Model which is the most critical part of learning about elements.
  • CSS Positioning System
  • Creating a blueprint of the HTML project
  • Coding and Styling the Agency page with HTML and CSS.

Who this course is for:

  • Anyone who wants to learn coding: Teachers, Students, Professionals or Kids
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