Fundamentals of Web Development One Day Course

September 8 | 9:00am - 5:00pm

At Grand Circus

Looking to learn programming?
Considering a career change into tech?
This class is for you!

Fundamentals of Web Development, brought to you by Grand Circus, will introduce the concepts and functions of HTML and CSS. This class is the perfect for students starting their journey in learning to code.

Upcoming class dates:
October 13
November 10
December 1

Tuition: $49

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What will I learn?

You should join this class if you are….

  • Interested in hands-on coding experience
  • Looking for your next step in coding after our Intro to Coding Workshop
  • Want more exposure to what a Grand Circus classroom is like
  • Preparing for a coding bootcamp

When: August 11 9am – 5pm

Where: Grand Circus Detroit. 1570 Woodward Ave. Detroit, MI

What is HTML?

HTML is defined as hypertext markup language. We like to describe this as the “skeleton” of your website. More technically, HTML defines the structure of your web page and is the building blocks of a website.

What is CSS?

CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is a style sheet. In nontechnical jargon, CSS is all the cool stuff that makes you *you*, your hair color, clothes choices, eye color, what awesome shoes you wore and which backpack you put on. CSS is what controls how the HTML is displayed on a website or application.

Web development is a broad term for the work involved in developing a website or web application for the Internet. This includes more code-related tasks such as coding HTML and CSS. This class will cover the basics of HTML/CSS including but not limited to:

  • HTML Elements
  • HTML Tags
  • HTML Attributes
  • Linking HTML & CSS
  • CSS Rules – Individual Components
  • CSS Selector – What element(s) to style
  • CSS Property – What aspect to style
  • The Box Model
  • CSS Layouts
  • CSS3 Properties
  • CSS Pseudo Selectors

Featured Instructor: Kevin Naughton

Kevin is a graduate of the June 2017 Front-End Coding Bootcamp working with Accenture Digital in their Detroit Office. Before becoming a developer, Kevin worked in education as a Math Teacher and Coach for ten years. When he is not working to improve his Front-End Development skills, Kevin enjoys golfing and training for the New York City marathon in November.

Frequently Asked Questions

Refund for Cancellation: An applicant requesting cancellation within three (3) business days after making an initial payment, but prior to seminar or workshop start date, is entitled to a refund of all tuition and fees paid with the exception of the non-refundable deposit (if applicable).

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