HTML and CSS: Introduction to Frontend Web Development

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HTML and CSS are the building blocks of any website. This is a comprehensive course designed to introduce you to the fundamentals of web development. Whether you’re a complete beginner or looking to solidify your understanding of HTML and CSS, this course is a great starting point.

Through a series of practical exercises and real-world examples, you’ll dive into HTML tags and elements, discovering how to structure content, create headings, paragraphs, lists, and images. Mastering CSS, you’ll explore styling techniques, apply custom fonts, colors, and backgrounds, and develop responsive designs that adapt to different screen sizes.

But this course goes beyond just the basics. You’ll also learn best practices for organizing your code, optimizing website performance, and ensuring accessibility for all users. Plus, we’ll cover essential techniques for troubleshooting and debugging, equipping you with the skills to overcome common coding challenges.

By the end of this course, you’ll have the knowledge and confidence to build your own professional-looking websites from scratch.



About this Course

You’ll learn how to create beautifully structured web pages, style them with customized layouts and colors, and bring them to life with engaging visuals.


  • Are there quiz multiple choice questions?

There are 40 Questions (20 HTML and 20 CSS) that rigorously test your understanding.


  • Are there practice problems?

Towards the end of the course, we will recreate a couple of dribble shots (images provided) to apply what you’ve learned.


  • Where can I ask you questions?

You can leave a comment under the “Q and A” tab in the lecture related to your question.


  • What is the best way to learn from this course?

You can adjust the video playback speed according to your preference. I would advise you to keep it x1.5 in case I talk too slow. Also, try to challenge yourself by attempting to recreate the dribble shots at the end of the course on your own, then compare your code with the solution.


What’s next?

I’m thinking of making a course on JavaScript to complete the three main front end technologies, then move on to WordPress. After that, I may offer a course on SQL, a programming language designed for querying (accessing, modifying or extracting) information from a database. Then, a backend server side programming language course on PHP, which allows you to dynamically place content in your html based on your SQL queries.

Who this course is for:

  • Beginners who want to learn how to build and design websites

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