Web Development: HTML and CSS (Spring 2015)

Interactive Design and Marketing Online

In this class, students learn how to create visually appealing, well-organized web pages using HTML and CSS, the fundamental languages for creating content and style on the web.

The class begins with HTML and is introduced to tags, links, lists, tables, forms, web standards (old, new, and evolving), and the foundation of web page construction. Then, using CSS, students apply style sheets to HTML, using fonts, colors, divs, spans, layout, and positioning to create a well-crafted web page.

This class is geared toward the beginning to intermediate web developer or designer. / Open to students ages 18 and above.

Required Software: Image Manipulation Software such as Adobe Photoshop Elements; SFTP Client such as Transmit or WinSCP.

Required Textbook: Head First HTML and CSS, 2nd Edition, Robson and Freeman (ISBN: 978-0596159900).

Online Learning classes are not eligible for the early registration or multiple class discounts.

MCAD also offers a Post-Baccalaureate Interactive Design and Marketing geared towards busy working professionals who are looking to enter the design field. Learn more today.


Contact MCAD Continuing Education at continuing_education@mcad.edu or call 612.874.3765.

Course Details

Course Number: IDM 6610
Dates: Jan. 20 – May. 12
Online - Asynchronous
Online - Asynchronous
James Johnson
Online - Asynchronous
Non-Credit Tuition: $1140.00
3 Credit Tuition: $2328.00

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