Lessons


HTML, JavaScript, CSS for Beginners / Children Series

Create your base page and learn about the html, head, title, body, and h1 elements.

Learn the paragraph tag and heading tags. h1 - h6

Learn three HTML lists: Ordered list, Unordered list, and Description list

Learn about the Bold, Strong, Italics, and Emphasized HTML elements.

Watch us have Quiz time on notes from Lessons 1-4. Involves some great tasting jelly beans or not.

This lesson covers how to link to other web pages, what an attribute is, and telling browser that you programing in HTML 5.

This lesson covers Div, Span, and other HTML 5 grouping elements. Most important we use the Style attribute to format the sections.

This lesson covers using the Style tag to define style classes instead of using inline styles. It also covers adding images to your document.

This lesson covers using the Style tag to define style classes instead of using inline styles. It also covers adding images to your document.

In lesson 10, we teach you how to add a shadow on the edge of your banner and how to zip up your file to send to "the coding zoo".

In this weeks lesson, we create a small menu using the HTML 5 element NAV. We utilize a good bit of CSS for this and get ready to setup our second web page.

In this lesson, we create our second base html web page called tasklist.html. We make sure the index page and task list page can be navigated to back and forth. .

In lesson 13, we start creating our first HTML form. We use the form, fieldset, label, and input HTML elements to start our first form.

In lesson 14, we learn about the date and the text area input elements.

In lesson 15, we learn about the check box input type.

In this lesson, we learn how to use the Button Element and lots of CSS.

In lesson 17,we learn how to create tables with rows, columns, and column headers.