[Noisebridge-discuss] another class request:CSS, HTML
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Wed Feb 23 01:01:34 UTC 2011
I agree that DWW is a good book. Not everyone can learn coding from
books though. I can't, in most cases.
I'm happy to give you a rundown on HTML/CSS design, and to answer
questions in the future. I worked as a web standards consultant and UI
designer for five years before I went back to school. It's been a few
years, but now I'm redoing our lab website and beginning to build some
internal web resources, so I've been doing that sort of work again.
There's been some progress on the browser compatibility front but not
as much as I hoped.
On Sun, Feb 20, 2011 at 00:01, Patrick Keys <citizenkeys at gmail.com> wrote:
> I can, will, and have already taught this class to others. "Designing
> with Web Standards" is effectively the class textbook. Seriously. Just
> Standards-based web design is exactly three things:
> * Structure (HTML)
> * Presentation (CSS)
> Well-defined structure and presentation are what make web-based
> Just choose a date and gather an audience. I will gladly teach this.
> On 2/19/2011 9:01 PM, meredith scheff wrote:
>> Can anyone do a class with this? I do need it. Conversely, if no-one
>> else wants a class, I'd love a tutor.
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