New course on edX: CSS Introduction

Logo for the Microsoft / W3C class on edX, 'CSS Intro'. Graphic: Microsoft

Enrollment just opened for a new course on CSS that we’re doing with the W3C on edX, taught by Kasey Champion. Here’s the quick description:

Kasey Champion is a software engineer turned teacher. She graduated from the University of Washington with a degree in Electrical Engineering, but worked for the Computer Science Department as a Teaching Assistant for 3 years. After graduation she joined Microsoft as a software engineer, but spent her mornings volunteer teaching computer science at local high schools through the TEALS program. Photo: Kasey ChampionLearn how to take your Web pages from bland to bold with the power of CSS styling. Join the Microsoft team and experts from the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) for a step-by-step look at CSS, so you can create Web sites with a professional look and feel. Explore basic selection of CSS properties, fundamental CSS selectors, page layout through relative positioning, and best practices in Web design. Bring your basic HTML experience, and add to your Web dev skill set.

Registration is open now: CSS Introduction. The course is five weeks long, and the first module is available on 7 November 2016.

With CSS turning 20 years old soon, it’s a great time to get some web design skillz, if you’re a n00b like me.

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