HTML/CSS Advanced

Building off the beginner course, you'll explore more advanced concepts in HTML & CSS, the foundation of all web pages. This course will explore more uncommonly used HTML tags and CSS styles. By the end, You’ll be able to set up the complex page structures and styles to create attractive and engaging production quality layouts.

Education team

Hossein, or Unclecode as he prefers, is a Computer Science expert specializing in Natural Language Processing, Data Science, and AI.

Course Creator

Arash is experienced in leading the entire development process of Kidocode's new products, projects and programs.

Course Moderator

Ahmed is an energetic and passionate instructor and trainer, specializing in basic and advanced web development.

Course Trainer

Firdaus is mainly involved in the Web Development department but also does projects using Raspberry Pi and Arduino.

Course Trainer

HTML/CSS Advanced course for kids

What will you learn?

The Mysterious Meta Tags
Meta tags are used to provide information about a web page, but they can be mysterious if you don't know what they are for. This module will explore the different types of meta tags and how to use them.
Fun with Fonts
Fonts are an important part of web design, and this module will show you how to use them effectively. You'll learn about different font styles and how to choose the right one for your project.
Creating Cool Layouts with CSS
CSS is a powerful tool for creating layouts, and this module will show you how to use it to its full potential. You'll learn about different CSS properties and how to use them to create responsive layouts that look great on any device.
Advanced HTML Techniques
There are many HTML tags that are not commonly used, but can be very useful in certain situations. This module will explore some of these less common tags and how to use them in your own projects.
Putting it all Together
In this module, you'll put everything you've learned together to create a production-quality web page layout. You'll learn how to integrate all of the different elements into a cohesive design that looks great and functions well."

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