Hand-Coding Your First Website: HTML and CSS Basics | Rich Armstrong | Skillshare

Hand-Coding Your First Website: HTML and CSS Basics

Rich Armstrong, Product Designer

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14 Lessons (1h 27m)
    • 1. An Introduction

      0:52
    • 2. What we gonna make, learn, do?

      0:48
    • 3. Download these 3 free apps

      1:24
    • 4. Install the apps

      1:04
    • 5. Make and share your first webpage

      10:06
    • 6. HTML box theory (easy I promise)

      2:42
    • 7. Start writing your own HTML

      8:02
    • 8. CSS theory (very short)

      0:44
    • 9. 3 ways to skin this CSS cat

      19:35
    • 10. Planning first :)

      3:10
    • 11. Let's write our website's HTML

      14:22
    • 12. Let's write our website's CSS (the funner part)

      20:09
    • 13. Oh how versatile CSS is!

      3:11
    • 14. Thank you, and next steps

      1:04
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Project Description

Build your favourite cartoon hero's website

ASSIGNMENT

You'll be learning how to write HTML and CSS by making a one-page website for your favourite cartoon hero!

DELIVERABLES

Share links to test websites as well as a final link to your character's hand-coded website! A finished website includes the following:

  • Your favourite character’s profile image.
  • The name of your favourite character in a heading.
  • An about paragraph.
  • A numbered list of his/her characteristics.
  • A link to your Skillshare profile page or your Twitter profile.
  • Anything else your heart desires.
  • All of the above should look nice-ish!

We go from:

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To this:

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If you're keen, read on!

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APPS TO DOWNLOAD

We do go through downloading and installing the apps in the class, but eager beavers will always be eager beavers... So here they are

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