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Instructor Overview

These days, tools exist so that anybody can build a website, but that doesn't mean anyone will want to visit it. This workshop will get you hands-on experience with the underlying code it takes to develop a website (HTML & CSS) as well as website design considerations. The culmination of this workshop will be the launch of your own website!

Learning Objectives:

  • Insert hyperlinks into a web page
  • Embed multimedia content into a web page
  • Identify & use HTML tags to add content to a web page
  • Identify & use CSS tags to change the style and layout of a web page
  • Identify & use openly-licensed work
  • Iterate on a design after feedback from target audience
  • Identify different parts of a web page using industry-recognized terms
  • Identify & use JavaScript to add interactivity to a web page

Mozilla Web Literacy Map

The Web Literacy Map identifies competencies and skills that the Mozilla community believes are important to pay attention to when getting better at reading, writing and participating on the web. This lesson is primarily focused on the Write strand.