The Web Content Design curriculum is designed to teach students how to create modern, effective, well-designed, responsive websites. The required courses progress logically, building upon each other. 

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EXPLORING HTML5 AND CSS

Exploring HTML5 & CSS is for all IS and non-IS professionals who are interested in learning how to code webpages using HTML & CSS.  This course consists of a comprehensive overview of HTML and an introduction to CSS. HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) is the “language of the Web”. In this course students learn how to build Web pages using semantic HTML5 tags for content and structure, and basic CSS for formatting and some page layout.

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advanced CSS

This course focuses on advanced features of CSS. Students will learn essential information about CSS, including selectors & data types, both of which are critical to understanding CSS. From there, we’ll dive into various deep subjects, such as layout, styling shapes, animation, & media-specific styles for printing & responsive web design (covered extensively in another course).

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responsive web design with bootstrap

Responsive Web Design is a method for designing & developing websites that provide optimal viewing experiences (in terms of reading, navigation, & layout) across a wide range of traditional & mobile devices. After quickly reviewing key concepts you need in HTML & CSS, we look at why Responsive Web Design is needed, & then we spend the bulk of our time examining Bootstrap, the most widely-used responsive framework.

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comprehensive web design

This intensive 5-day course provides everything you need: we start with a broad overview of HTML, then continue into a deep dive into CSS, & finish with how to use Bootstrap, the most widely-used responsive framework.  Responsive Web Design is a method for designing & developing websites that provide optimal viewing experiences (in terms of reading, navigation, & layout) across a wide range of traditional & mobile devices. In order to fully understand the concepts & code, however, you first need a good grounding in HTML & CSS. 

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Mastering effective website design

Throughout earlier Web Content Development Curriculum courses, students have learned how to use the necessary tools for developing websites. In Mastering Effective Website Design—the final course in the Web Content Development Curriculum—students learn how to design useful, effective, & attractive websites.

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