3 February 2021
What is the session about?
If you’re interested in exploring how to create websites, the most logical first step is learning the core components used to display information in a browser. In this workshop you will start by getting hands on experience with HTML, and see how to use tags to identify certain sections of a page, and allow the user to enter information. You’ll then play with CSS, which will allow you to format the page’s content and determine where everything goes.
Who is it aimed at?
This session is for learners who are just beginning their web development journey and want to learn the basics of HTML and CSS.
Why should you attend?
This is a hands-on workshops where you will learn the basics of Web Development. If you're new to HTML and CSS this will give you the building blocks you need to build and design websites.
Prior to her career as a technical trainer, Dr. Wyatt spent 13 years on the Computer Science faculties at the University of North Texas, Texas Christian University and Texas A&M University where she taught classes in programming languages, database systems, simulation techniques, operating systems, computer architecture, and problem solving. During this time, she received an ASEE fellowship from NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, where she worked on distributed database problems.
Throughout her career, Dr. Wyatt has put her knowledge into practice by working as an architect and/or programmer building desktop applications, web applications. mobile apps and back-end systems.
Dr. Wyatt co-authored two books on Visual Basic.NET for Prentice-Hall and has authored or co-authored 50+ courses on a variety of computer topics.
No pre-requisites for this event.