Introduction to HTML
Fundamentals of HTML
Build Your Own Webpage
Now that you know HTML, you can create your very own webpage. Let's get started!
HTML Structure: Using Lists
HTML Basics II
Now that you know how to build a webpage, let's learn how to make it look a little nicer. You can add lists, change fonts, and more!
Social Networking Profile
It's hard to believe, but you now know enough HTML to create your own basic social networking profile! Let's get started.
[OPTIONAL] HTML Structure: Tables, Divs, and Spans
HTML Basics III
Paragraphs and lists are great, but sometimes you want to lay your webpage out in a more complex way. Enter tables, divs, and spans!
Clickable Photo Page
Have you ever wanted to make a photo album or collection of images like the ones you've seen on Facebook or Pinterest? All it takes is a table.
In this project, we'll cover how to create a simple web form.
Introduction to CSS
CSS: An Overview
CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) are what give your HTML pages their beautiful appearance. You've got the HTML structure down pat—now it's time to make your website look great!
Design a Button for Your Website
Now that you know some CSS, you can style great-looking buttons for your webpages.
CSS Classes and IDs
You've learned a bit about CSS—now it's time to dive into the details of selectors, including multiple selectors, universal selectors, and class and ID selectors.
Sorting Your Friends
You've probably got a lot of friends on social networking sites, but they're not all your friends: you've probably got acquaintances, family members, coworkers, classmates, and so on. Let's sort them with CSS!
[OPTIONAL] CSS Element Positioning
Now that you know exactly how to style any HTML element you want, it's time to learn how to place them exactly where you want them to appear on the page.
Build a Resume
Ready to (wait for it)... reposition yourself?
Project: CSS Buttons
In this project, you'll learn how to make a variety of cool-looking buttons using CSS!
Introduction to jQuery
You know how to create websites, but not how to make them respond to user interaction. For that, we'll be taking advantage of a new tool: jQuery!
jQuery Functions and Selectors
Now that you know a little jQuery, let's dive into some details: how functions work and how we can select a wider range of HTML elements to manipulate.
Modifying HTML Elements
You know how to change the styling of an HTML element using jQuery. But did you know you could change the element itself?
We've covered a few jQuery events, such as .click() and .hover(). In this lesson, we'll take a closer look at jQuery events and introduce you to even more!
We've covered a few jQuery effects, such as .hide() and .fadeOut(). In this lesson, we'll take a closer look at jQuery effects and introduce you to even more!
Getting Started with Programming
Time to become a coding champ.
Choose Your Own Adventure!
Let's create your very own "choose your own adventure" game.
Introduction to Functions in JS
This course introduces functions, why we use them, and how to use them. The course also combines functions with other programming concepts previously learned.
Build "Rock, Paper, Scissors"
Make use of functions to program this game.
Introduction to 'For' Loops in JS
For loops are one of the most commonly used bits of code - it's so powerful and so useful!
Search Text for Your Name
Searching for YouTube Videos
Searching for YouTube Videos
Python & Ruby
This tutorial will introduce you to Python, a general-purpose, object-oriented interpreted language you can use for countless standalone projects or scripting applications.
Introduction to Ruby
This tutorial will introduce you to Ruby, an object-oriented scripting language you can use on its own or as part of the Ruby on Rails web framework.