HTML-CSS and Command Line
In this module you will learn HTML and CSS. HTML is the language in which you define the structure of the content of your pages (e.g. headings, paragraphs, links and images). CSS is used to write down how everything should look (e.g. font sizes, colors and positions). While learning the basics of these two languages, you will also get familiar with text editors and the developer tools of your browser.
The command line (cli, shell) is the interface between you (the user) and the operating system which interprets your commands and allows the computer to respond to your command. In this module you will be introduced to the command line, in this module we will mainly use it to navigate our file system and creating files. Throughout the entire program you will have to use these skills and build on top of it.
So since this is your first module, what can you expect the next three weeks?
Planning for Current Class
|1.||DOM, HTML/CSS syntax||Week 1 Reading||Homework week 1|
|2.||CLI, Responsive design, media queries, developer tools||Week 2 Reading||Homework week 2|
Please get yourself familiar with this repository by navigating your way through the different README files. Kind note: make sure to read assignment requirements properly for handing them in, in the end this saves both you and your teacher a lot of time. If you have any questions or something is not entirely clear ¯\_(ツ)_/¯, please ask/comment on Slack!
Learning goals for HTML-CSS:
• Basic understanding of HTML and CSS • Know how to organize your files • Know your way around your text editor • Feel comfortable working with the inspector • Properly indent your code • Properly naming classes, id's • Responsive, mobile first development • Know good and bad practices when it comes to HTML • Get an understanding of where to find information on the web • Give receive/feedback from/on fellow students • Presenting and explaining your work to others
Learning goals for CLI
• To know the terminal/bash/command line for UNIX based systems. • Navigate the file system without using a UI explorer. • Copy, rename and move files with terminal commands. • Learn output redirection, piping on the terminal. • Write basic shell scripts to ease the programming life.