Are you looking for HTML coding for beginners? Do you want to learn CSS3? Our web development courses are perfect for you! From hands-on, instructor-led live online HTML and Cascading Style Sheet training for individual employees to private online or on-site group training, we provide the best option for your company. Our live online HTML classes and Cascading Style Sheet classes are task-based and focus on real-world scenarios and challenges faced by students in their day to day environments. The online HTML Training Classes that we offer are a great way to quickly build upon the necessary skills within the privacy of your own home or office. If you are looking for local HTML lessons and CSS courses, you can check one of our many computer labs around the United States.
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› Target Audience: Our instructor-led courses are primarily for employees of organizations. There are some states where we allow self-paying individuals to attend. Find out more. ‹
Prefer a self-paced learning solution to fit your own schedule? Certstaffix® Training offers eLearning courses bundled together:
eLearning Bundle - Web Design
HTML5 & Cascading Style Sheets 3
Responsive Web Development with HTML and CSS
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HTML / Web Development Instructors
Learn HTML / Web Development from a live instructor so you can ask questions & interact with peers.
Complete Lab Environment
Access to all software required is provided in a lab environment during public classes.
Learn HTML / Web Development hands on live online - you learn by actually doing.
Multiple Attendance Options
Live Online From Your Location or Our Computer LabsOnsite at Your Organization
› Our instructor-led courses are primarily for employees of organizations. There are some states where we allow self-paying individuals to attend. Find out more. ‹
Group Onsite Training At Your Organization
Private Online Training Live Online Instruction
Public instructor-led HTML / Web Development course prices start at $1790 per student. Group HTML / Web Development training discounts are available.
Self-Paced HTML / Web Development eLearning courses cost $350 at the starting point per student. Group purchase discounts are available.
Certstaffix® Training collects detailed HTML / Web Development class reviews via a formal post-class evaluation in all our training sessions. Below are a sample of abbreviated reviews from real students from our past HTML / Web Development courses. If you would like more reviews or ones with even further detail, please contact us and we would be happy to show you the high quality of our training services.
5.00 out of 5
The instructor (Mic) was absolutely amazing! She covered all of the material and spoke very clearly. The size of the class was very small (only two class mates). She was able to provide the materials as well as provide tips and tricks that she had picked up along in her career which was very helpful. I would definitely look into taking another course with Certstaffix and would love to see about taking another one of Mic's classes. Amazing Job!
Jordan L. - attended our HTML5 & Cascading Style Sheets 3 class
4.94 out of 5
I think more than 4 days are needed for this course
Carmen W. - attended our HTML5 & Cascading Style Sheets 3 class
I appreciated all the resources and references created during this course. I look forward to taking another class.
Olivia G. - attended our HTML5 & Cascading Style Sheets 3 class
Candyce was a phenomenal instructor.
Alex O. - attended our HTML5 & Cascading Style Sheets 3 class
4.88 out of 5
Candyce did an amazing job presenting the information, recapping and making sure we understood.
Brenda B. - attended our HTML5 & Cascading Style Sheets 3 class
Sean W. - attended our HTML5 & Cascading Style Sheets 3 class
4.83 out of 5
Stephanie H. - attended our HTML5 & Cascading Style Sheets 3 class
Culley L. - attended our HTML5 & Cascading Style Sheets 3 class
4.41 out of 5
Mabet S. - attended our HTML5 & Cascading Style Sheets 3 class
Amy H. - attended our HTML5 & Cascading Style Sheets 3 class
4.60 out of 5
Franklin H. - attended our HTML5 & Cascading Style Sheets 3 class
More Information on the Education Requirements and Skills Needed to Become a Web Developer.
A: For many, the best way to learn HTML and CSS is at the same time and with the guidance of a live instructor. Students who sign up for courses taught by professional, knowledgeable teachers can often learn HTML and CSS in as little as a few days. While practicing HTML and CSS may require a time investment of a few more weeks before students’ skills are good enough to implement in a professional setting, high-quality training can give you the knowledge necessary to build websites, design blogs, create corporate newsletters, and more.
More Information on How to Learn to Code HTML and CSS and How Long it Takes
A: Web design schools can offer two-year associate degrees or four-year bachelor’s degrees, but a degree in Web design is not required to become a Web developer. The amount of time that it takes to become a Web developer can depend on whether you want to pursue front-end, back-end, or full-stack development. There’s no one standard path to becoming a Web developer, but building your knowledge of coding and programming languages, earning certifications, and enrolling in Web development courses and boot camps can put you on the fast track to becoming a professional.
More Information on How Long it Takes to Become a Web Developer
A: The necessary laptop specs for programming or coding will depend on the type of programming language that you intend to work with. While each programming language can have its ideal hardware requirements, certain specifications can be used as a baseline when buying a machine for coding. A laptop with a CPU featuring an i5 processor, at least 8 GB of RAM, and a 500 GB SSD may help you complete basic coding tasks. Depending on your specific needs, you may also need to consider screen size and resolution, keyboard attributes, HDMI ports, USB hubs, and card reader components.
More Information on the Best Laptop Specifications for Programming and Coding
A: The minimum system requirements needed for Web development tasks will depend on the type of Web development that you intend to learn. For example, appropriate computer specs for coding can differ from those that are suitable for Web design. Generally, when configuring a computer for Web development, you'll want a system that has a screen (or two) large and crisp enough to read easily, at least 8 GB of RAM, and a quad-core i5 or i7 processor that has a speed of at least 3GHz. Check with your instructor or employer for guidance regarding computer spec requirements.
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