I Don't Fear Code (or Zombies): More HTML and CSS for Writers, Editors and Beginners

John Rhea, Web Designer/Developer/Storyteller

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11 Lessons (43m)
    • 1. Introduction

    • 2. Zombie Tools (skip if you took "Code isn't as Scary as Zombies")

    • 3. Undead Markup

    • 4. Editing Zombie Moans

    • 5. Symbolic Apocalypse

    • 6. Zombie Fragments & Other Links

    • 7. Multimedia Hordes

    • 8. Smacking Zombies with an (HTML) Table

    • 9. Zombie Selection

    • 10. Zombie Polka

    • 11. Conclusion


About This Class

Whether you write for a living or blog here and there, knowing HTML and CSS can help you stand out in the post-apocalyptic landscape of the Internet. This course will expand your HTML and CSS knowledge and help you kill zombies wherever they may appear.

We’ll cover more HTML tags you can use to mark up content, display edits on a web page, add SEO richness, and embed audio and video. We'll also discuss creating your own tables and accordion menus. On the CSS side we’ll further explore CSS selectors including some more complex selectors and pseudo classes.

You should have at least a beginner understanding of code such as how HTML and CSS code is written and where to put it for greatest affect. If you don’t have that, check out the first class in this series: Code Isn’t as Scary as Zombies: HTML and CSS for Writers, Editors, and Beginners

Get your content looking exactly the way you like (plus you get to kill zombies.) What more could you want?


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