This HTML5 & CSS QuickLook Guide is FREE to all MPV members! In this 20-tutorial introduction course, expert trainers Eric Freeman and Elisabeth Robson will teach you the basics of building websites...
Learning a new language can be very fun and rewarding. With the right tools and the right resources, you set yourself for success right away! This is exactly what Elisabeth Robson and Eric Freeman give you in this HTML5 & CSS QuickLook Guide.
Armed with your favorite text editor and a keyboard, watch and learn as our web design experts teach you, step by step, the language of the web. You'll quickly become familiar with its unique terminology and "grammar". You see, web browsers speak fluent HTML & CSS, and so will you after watching this tutorial!
HTML (HyperText Markup Language) is to text what CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) is to formatting and layout. CSS gives your web site a universal structure and form. Beth and Eric show you how to style your content, add borders to images on your page and then make them stand out and look their best.
But this just the beginning... there are many more courses on HTML & CSS on the way, where our MPV web design experts teach you to how to create a fully functional and interactive web site. Check out our growing library of web design courses below:
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Gerald B. wrote on January 23, 2018
Both instructors are very good. It is amazing what HTML and CSS can do. Nothing short of magic.
A Spooner wrote on September 10, 2015
Great introductory overview of HTML and CSS.
Clear, concise and easy to understand - even if you have no prior knowledge of HTML/CSS.
Looking forward to the next course in the series.
Tom Cheung wrote on January 28, 2015
Your HTML & CSS 100 (Quick Start) is really great. After watching it, I now have an idea of what designing a web page is all about. Two important points for you to consider for improving the tutorials, especially for novices: (1) You should clarify what is the relationship between the text editor and the browser. For example, which browser can you use for testing the pages and how do you present the files to the browser. (2) Since you are jumping so rapidly in and out of a design text to add new tags, etc,. It is important to explain which part of the text a newly-added tag may have effects on. Otherwise, students may add the tag in a wrong position
Simtech16 wrote on November 29, 2014
Very viewer-friendly, and well paced introduction to CSS & HTML.
Switching between two presenters helps keep it fresh.
Mr Taylor wrote on December 5, 2013
The HTML and CSS quickstart course was indeed a good course, I learned a lot and feel more comfortable with the HTML/CSS language after just this course alone, and I am looking forward to learning more.
Mike wrote on December 3, 2013
The information is taught very well and the graphics "in-between" lessons were more than effective at recapping and introducing the lessons. I look forward to completing the series!
R. Stull wrote on October 27, 2013
This course is exactly what the title says; a quick look guide, good for a simple refresher and introduction to HTML and CSS.
Zyhon wrote on September 22, 2013
This is an amazing introduction to HTML5 and CSS. I was used to work with tables 15 years ago and know I prefer this way much better. Will catch the next course for sure.
mark L74 wrote on June 22, 2013
Great intro to html. After watching this tutorial i understand the basics of html! Highly recommended for beginners.
HayronW wrote on June 16, 2013
Good Intro to HTML and CSS. Just dove right into setting up an environment and coding out a webpage