Learn how to build a website with HTML and CSS.
Learn the fundamentals of design, front-end development, and crafting user experiences that are easy on the eyes.
Getting Started with HTML and CSS 0/2 Complete
HTML and CSS are the languages you can use to build and style websites. In these courses, you’ll learn the basics of HTML and CSS, build your first website, and then review some of the current HTML5 and CSS3 best practices.
Move past the basics and learn the latest versions of HTML & CSS
Intermediate CSS 0/2 Complete
Simple CSS can get you pretty far, but once you start getting serious about front-end development, you need to get exposed to more advanced topics, such as specificity, floating, and responsive design. These courses teach you some best practices for working with CSS and building responsive websites.
Master the fundamentals and core foundations of CSS.
Learn mobile-first, adaptive, and responsive web design.
CSS Frameworks 0/1 Complete
Once you’ve built your fair share of web pages, you might notice much of your time is spent reinventing components like grids, navigation, and calls to action. In these courses, you’ll learn how using a framework can speed up your site creation process and help you write more maintainable code.
Use the Bootstrap framework to quickly add style and functionality to your website.
CSS Preprocessors 0/2 Complete
Many front-end developers prefer to use a CSS preprocessor to organize and speed up their workflow. There are several options, but we prefer the popular Sass variety.
Improve your front-end CSS workflow with Sass.
Expand your Sass abilities with the Compass add-on.
Design 0/1 Complete
A front-end developer with good design sensibilities can dream up the way things should look and work, and then use the power of HTML and CSS to implement those designs.
Learn design principles for improving the appearance of websites and apps.