Webmaking 101: Build your own Website with HTML, CSS, Javascript and WordPress

Brenton Strine, Web Guru

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55 Lessons (4h 6m)
    • 1. Trailer

      1:17
    • 2. Understanding the Internet 1

      3:50
    • 3. Understanding the Internet 2

      6:38
    • 4. Get Your Free Domain and Web Hosting

      8:05
    • 5. Interoperability

      3:03
    • 6. Hyperlinks

      2:18
    • 7. Plaintext vs. Rich Text

      1:11
    • 8. Advanced Plaintext Editor - Brackets

      3:10
    • 9. Loading Plaintext in a Browser

      4:32
    • 10. Frontend vs. Backend

      1:44
    • 11. FTP Upload

      10:26
    • 12. Teaching Browsers to Understand

      2:02
    • 13. Anatomy of a Webpage

      4:05
    • 14. Live Editing with ShiftEdit

      7:59
    • 15. HTML Syntax Lesson 1 - Tags

      6:14
    • 16. HTML Exercise

      7:38
    • 17. HTML Exercise Review

      5:15
    • 18. HTML Syntax Lesson 2 - Attributes

      2:19
    • 19. HTML Links

      8:37
    • 20. HTML Syntax Lesson 3 - Nesting

      3:43
    • 21. HTML Document Structure

      6:17
    • 22. HTML Tips and Secrets

      18:20
    • 23. CSS and HTML Sitting in a Tree

      3:45
    • 24. CSS Syntax 1: Properties and Values

      4:12
    • 25. CSS Syntax 2: Multiple Declarations

      3:17
    • 26. CSS Syntax 3: Selectors

      3:52
    • 27. CSS Syntax 4: Classes

      7:53
    • 28. Introduction to the DOM

      5:16
    • 29. Chrome DOM Inspect

      0:37
    • 30. Firefox DOM Inspect and Firebug

      4:14
    • 31. Internet Explorer DOM Inspect

      2:17
    • 32. Safari Mac DOM Inspect

      2:10
    • 33. Safari Windows DOM Inspect

      1:30
    • 34. Using the DOM Inspect Tool

      8:39
    • 35. Intro to Scripting

      2:12
    • 36. Javascript Variables

      3:55
    • 37. Javascript Strings

      2:38
    • 38. The Javascript 'if' Condition

      6:46
    • 39. The Javascript 'else' Condition

      3:17
    • 40. Backend Scripts

      2:34
    • 41. PHP

      7:04
    • 42. Content Management Systems

      3:04
    • 43. How servers handle multiple HTTP requests

      6:00
    • 44. The Network Timeline tool

      2:15
    • 45. WordPress on the server

      4:21
    • 46. Backing up your current site

      3:57
    • 47. Installing WordPress

      6:42
    • 48. WordPress administration

      6:09
    • 49. Permalinks

      2:22
    • 50. Moving the blog page off the home page

      2:06
    • 51. Installing themes

      4:20
    • 52. Customizing the sidebar and menu

      3:15
    • 53. Editing themes

      1:52
    • 54. Plugins

      2:35
    • 55. Concluding WordPress thoughts

      1:57
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20 of 22 students recommend this class
Went from knowing nothing about web site coding to making one in less then few hours, pretty cool!
Perfect for people who are interested on front end development but have no idea where to start! It won't teach you how to program your entire website but will give you very powerful tools to get started!
This is a great class that teaches the basic of HTML and CSS. It helped me immensely as I was setting up my WordPress site. As I like to tell people, the class is very much like trying to learn a new language a month before heading to a foreign country. At the end of the month, you won't be fluent in the language, but at least you'll be able to find the restroom! This is exactly how I felt after this class--I'm far from fluent in these coding languages, but I can understand them enough to get by with some basic changes to my WordPress theme. For that, I give it a huge Thumbs Up!
Brenton is a great teacher! I really loved his approach, both with the video lectures and the assignments. If you want to understand the basics of building a website, take this class!
KB Joseph

Artist/Designer learning Web Developement/Design

Amazing course! I learned so much about web design and development! I thought Brenton Strine explained things calmly and I was able to understand and learn from him! Great Class!