Time to completeApprox. 9 hours
Certificate of completionIncluded with paid plans
About this course
Everything you see on a website is a result of the combination of HTML and CSS. With these two languages, you will have the skills you need to bring your website design to life. Jumpstart that vision by using Bootstrap, a popular library that allows you to create beautiful, responsive pages with very little time and experience.
Syllabus5 lessons • 5 projects • 4 quizzes
Hands-on learningDon’t just watch or read about someone else coding — write your own code live in our online, interactive platform. You’ll even get AI-driven recommendations on what you need to review to help keep you on track.
Projects in this course
Common Cents PartyBuild two webpages for an up-and-coming band using fundamental HTML elements.
Cupful CafeUse CSS properties such as font-family, color and background-image to style Cupful Cafe's new homepage.
Amazing SpaceEnhance the CSS layout for a space adventure company's homepage.
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Frequently asked questions about How to Make a Website with NameCheap
Building a website is almost like building a house. HTML is used to create the structure — the scaffolding, walls, windows, etc — and CSS adds the decoration that makes everything look nice. Once the house is done, it needs an address (the domain name and hosting service); and there are also tools you can use to customize pre-built houses.