This week we will be learning the building blocks of making basic web pages: HTML and CSS. We will also focus on using the command line and Git to create a daily workflow for our coding projects.
Everyone learns at a different pace. Understanding is the most important goal every day. If you feel like you will not be able to complete all of the lessons in a given day, talk to a teacher about ways to ensure that you are covering the day's objectives. And always focus on understanding the concepts at hand, not finishing the work as quickly as possible.
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We will begin this week by practicing the command line, Git, Github, and exploring basic HTML. We'll create READMEs to include extra information with our projects on Github. We'll also learn a formatting language called Markdown to format READMEs. Then, we'll explore basic CSS to add styling to our web pages, and actually publish our sites online! Later in the week we will dive deeper into CSS by using divs and spans, floats, cascading, classes, ids, and the box model. Finally, we'll explore a tool called Bootstrap that offers even more powerful styling capability. You're in for a great time!
At the end of this section, you will be able to:
At the end of this section you will complete an independent project. Your instructor will review this project for the following objectives:
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Last updated October 12, 2020