Requirements: No programming experience, at least 12 years old
Duration: 11 hours and 35 minutes
Standards: K-12 Computer Science Framework Core Concepts and Practices * Algorithms and Programming - Collaborating Around Computing - Recognizing and Defining Computational Problems - Developing and Using Abstractions - Creating Computational Artifacts - Testing and Refining Computational Artifacts
An Introduction to HTML
HTML is the language that the Web is built on. Whatever programming languages that websites used, they are ultimately integrated into HTML. Even if you don't pursue a career in programming, you can still find many uses for learning the language. You can use your HTML skills to format a blog post, tweak an email template, or create your own website.
This course introduces you to the language of the web. You will learn how to customize text, embed videos and images to a website, and use other languages with HTML. Hopefully, by the end of the lesson, you'll be able to build your own website.