Welcome to our Coding for Websites course! Website development is an ever-expanding field, and the demand for knowledgeable coders is increasing daily.
Our short course will equip you with the fundamental skills you need to code in HTML and CSS. If HTML is the bricks-and-mortar structure of a house, then CSS is the paint, curtains and other finishes that make it beautiful.
By the end of the course, you’ll be able to code your own Web page using the latest version of HTML to structure your data, and CSS to position and style it.
The dynamic and ever-expanding digital economy has plenty of room for people with coding skills. The coding basics taught in this course will give you the satisfaction of creating a unique website from scratch while developing your logical, problem solving, and digital literacy skills.
0 | Orientation Module
1 | HTML5 Data Structuring Fundamentals
2 | HTML5 Structural Elements
3 | Styling and Positioning with CSS
4 | Code CSS Box Model and Float Theory
5 | Adding Content to a Web Page and Styling it
6 | Tables
7 | Responsive Page Layout
8 | HTTP Wrap Up
Jacques Roux has been lecturing web languages at CityVarsity for the past 16 years.
He developed and teaches the full-time programme in New Media Development. Jacques has an MA in Social Sciences and is currently a doctoral candidate in Computer Science, where he is combining his passion for coding with his interest in human nature.
This online short learning programme will be facilitated by an industry subject matter expert, who will share their experience and in-depth knowledge throughout the programme. Your Online Course Facilitator will contribute to Discussion Forums and provide you with in-depth feedback on all your assessments.
To successfully access and complete this course, you will be required to have a registered email account, access to a computer/laptop/tablet and stable internet connection. You will be required to be familiar with using a computer as you may need to be able to read and download documents in Adobe PDF Reader, view Microsoft PowerPoint presentations, and read and create documents in Microsoft Word.
Please note: Google and YouTube may be used in our online course delivery. If any of these services are blocked in your jurisdiction, you may have difficulty in accessing our course content.