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Ladies Learning Code

HTML & CSS for Beginners: Learn to Build a Multi Page Website From Scratch

A full day introductory HTML & CSS workshop.

This workshop covers HTML and CSS basics and is intended for complete beginners.

Quick Links

Preview Slides: http://ladieslearningcode.github.io/llc-html-css-multi-page-site/slides.html#slide1

Attributions

Created by Christina Truong for Ladies Learning Code. Email questions & comments to content@ladieslearningcode.com.

This content was created with the advisory of and in collaboration with educators, industry representatives and technologists. These individuals have helped us to ensure that lesson content represents the technology landscape and educator needs, with learners in mind. If you'd like to contribute to future lesson content development, let us know here.

We're really happy to see others leverage our content in their community - we’ve developed it to be used by others with attribution through a Creative Commons (CC BY-NC 4.0) license.

Here's an easy way to attribute content back to us - please include it wherever you use or make reference to our content.

"Please note that this is not a Canada Learning Code affiliated event, but we want to acknowledge the organization for the creation of the content being delivered under Creative Commons license"

Contributing

Our general Rule of Thumb is that it's okay to add examples if you feel it could provide more context for your community. However, we ask that instructors do not remove anything, as the content is designed with intention, whether that be meeting specific learning objectives, or maintaining our organization’s culture through the design. Any suggestions for revisions or updates can be submitted in Github via issues and pull requests. If submitting an issue, please include the slide number(s) in the title.

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