HTML and CSS training course for beginners, teaching how to code websites.
Whilst most websites today are created using a CMS like WordPress, or through a website builder like GoDaddy, there is another option – you can design and create a static website by writing your own HTML and CSS.
This pacy, practical course teaches how to write code in Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) and develop Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). You’ll learn skills to create and maintain flexible, accessible websites with Content Management Systems suitable for viewing on desktops, tablets and mobiles.
- Web standards, the W3C and WHATWG.
- Creating and testing pages.
- HTML and structure – why it matters.
- About hyperlinks.
- Images and HTML.
- About CSS.
- Publishing a website.
This course is ideal for anyone wanting to work with HTML and CSS for website development – marketeers, graphic designers, administrators, web content editors, and many, many more.
HTML and CSS – design and code a website training is available on-request only, i.e. one-to-one training or a ‘closed’ course for your group. We don’t currently offer scheduled (public) HTML/CSS courses.
We can host the training at one of our centres, or your venue anywhere in the UK.
The training can be tailored to take into account any existing knowledge you have, and the type of websites you’re going to be developing.
HTML and CSS – design and code a website courses are hosted by Andrew Moreton, a long-established consultant, web developer and trainer.
How will I learn?
HTML and CSS – design and code a website training is hands-on and practical.
There is plenty of time to ask questions, and you can take away all the files you create.
Training guide and certificate
Course delegates receive:
- Comprehensive training materials for HTML/CSS, to refer to throughout the course, and to use as a refresher afterwards.
- An e-certificate confirming successful completion of an HTML and CSS – design and code a website training course. Click here to see an example of the certificate you receive.
After course support
Following HTML/CSS training, delegates are entitled to 30 days’ email support from their trainer to help with any post-course issues. For further details, see Support.
No prior coding knowledge is necessary.
Whilst a little HTML or CSS knowledge will be beneficial, and experience using an HTML-based tool like Adobe Dreamweaver will come in handy, this is not essential.
Standard course times are 9.30am–4.30pm.
As we’d be hosting this as a ‘closed course’ for you/your group, there’s usually flexibility to change these times to suit you, e.g. start or end 30 minutes earlier or later.
Payment for HTML/CSS training can be made bank transfer or card.
We accept purchase orders from UK-registered companies.
If you’re self-funding your training, you can pay in staged payments, interest-free, over 12 months.
For further details, see training course payment options.
Cancellations and postponements
If an on-request HTML and CSS – design and code a website course booking is cancelled giving less than 20 working days’ notice, a cancellation fee is payable. View cancellation terms.
If an on-request HTML and CSS – design and code a website course booking is postponed giving less than 20 working days’ notice, a postponement fee is payable. View postponement terms.
Terms and conditions
Web standards, the W3C and WHATWG
- HTML 5
Creating and testing pages
- Creating HTML
- Testing HTML pages
- About DocTypes and rendering modes
- The vast world of browsers
- About Character entities
HTML and structure – why it matters
- Paragraphs and line breaks
- Other structural elements
- HTML5 and structure
- Structure and Accessibility
- Structure and Search Engine Optomisation (SEO)
- How links work
- Linking to other sites
- Linking to pages in your site
- Links within a page
- Email links
Images and HTML
- Graphics formats
- Adding images
- Images and accessibility
- Links and images
- About buttons
- How CSS works
- Understanding CSS style rules
- Linking to CSS
- About CSS selectors
- Basic CSS box models and properties
- Using CSS to layout web pages
Publishing a website
- Using FTP to publish and update a site
- About Search Engine Optimisation (SEO)
HTML and CSS courses are hosted by Andrew Moreton.
Andrew has been creating websites since the earliest days of the World Wide Web. He has written a book on HTML and CSS (published by Prentice Hall) and is a WordPress Theme developer and expert.
When he’s not doing digital things, he cooks, listens to loud music, reads and runs a kids comics club at his local library.