HTML 5 on EP All-in-One

Other Computer Courses – coding, Microsoft, and more

Credit: 0.5 or 1.0  There are a half year of lessons, but there is another course linked to continue with that students can use to watch, then imitate, and then recreate each lesson. That would complete a full year.

Course Description:

This course covers basics of HTML, CSS, and Javascript. Here are examples of what you’d be able to make.

one  (This was a project from the course in coding that I took. Move your cursor around the page and make your screen smaller, like a cell phone, and see how the page adjusts.)

two  (I’ve made several versions of different types of matching games for EP.)

three  (This last one was for my son, until he decided to make it himself. It’s incomplete, but you can see on the main page some more of what you’ll be able to do!)

This course isn’t to get you a job, but it can get you coding your own sites. This learn-to-read website I coded and then turned into an app. That was after I learned what was in this course.

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What is HTML?

We’re going to give this a try. I will delete it if people abuse it. This is a forum where you can ask each other questions, hopefully get help, and share the links to your completed projects. This is ONLY for students taking this class. By using the forum, you are stating that you have parent permission to share on the forum. The forum is for ages 13+. You still should have parent approval. NEVER share your full name, any type of address or handle, etc. I will remove anyone who shares personal info or who posts anything not suitable for ALL ages. E for everyone content only. Also, only ask and share about content made for this course. Title your post with the lesson number. That will make it easy for others to find a post that might help them or to share the same type of topic. You will need to login to the site to post on the forum. Do NOT give out this forum address. It’s just for our students. I will have to remove the forum if we don’t use it well. Let’s do a great job with it!

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  • Github  (You get online with this lesson! It’s longer than the others. Be patient.)

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Here’s a free course that will get you a lot deeper into Javascript and give you a lot more code to use to help you build your own projects.