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Wondrium Pilots: Building a Website with HTML and CSS

Claim your little corner of the world (wide web) by building your very own website.
Wondrium Pilots: Building a Website with HTML and CSS is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 9.
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Rated 3 out of 5 by from Building a website, goal driven way Website with HTML and CSS, the one chapter, is first about Dijkstra type "State your objectives clearly and in good English", to which "joy of programming" Alan Perlis and Gerry Sussman, and the "Rapid Startup" bunch would suggest severe caveats. The chapter then goes on to recommend not Visual Studio, not Azure and GoDaddy, not any of the AWS or Google site builders but an open-source product divorced from any of that, without comparison or detail about how that choice may limit upscale. I had hoped for a history of publishing Markup, through XML and HTML, which would show the unification of efforts by publishers, word processors, and later web site content. And the future of websites with the addition of media via JavaScript to HTML, and the various new possible targets including virtual reality headsets. I had also hoped for expression of the idea that Markup content is separate and orthogonal to style expression, via CSS. Harvard has a CS50 course, and I would love to see this very capable presenter do that content. If not, this would seem to be an open-source tutorial for generic small web sites.
Date published: 2022-09-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Off to a great start! It's a high-impact course. The web is ubiquitous but few of us know how to create content. I like the instructor and the practicality of her approach. It seems like her approach could lead to a practical website whereas on my own I would create an html file with my favorite editor and open it chrome. Issues like security are a barrier, they worry me. It would be nice to touch on subjects like client server and an application of javascript if possible. This will be a valuable addition to the wondrium offering.
Date published: 2022-03-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Let's move this to full production Obvious winner. Focusing on the core purpose of the website - form follows function. This is critically important since the “purpose” may remain the same but the “tools and supplies” used in building and delivering sites change over time. With so many websites consisting of nothing more than dancing baloney and the latest visual gimmicks, this course promises to deliver high quality upper level training content designed to actually achieve the goals of the site owner and user. Please get this course produced and on line! (30 year veteran in marketing and communications. Website and Internet Communications since 1996)
Date published: 2021-05-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I enjoyed this course EXCELLENT! This course is an excellent introduction on how to start thinking about building up a website. I think everyone who wants to be a web designer need to see this course.
Date published: 2021-03-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Looking forward to more lectures I am looking into building a website to promote my husband’s small business. I found this course to be very informative. Professor Jen White is engaging to watch and presents her material clearly. In her presentation she addresses both people who need a website to use but are not programmers and also those who would looking into self hosting. We will likely be using a web service such as Squarespace or Wix at least initially, since the learning curve for Wordpress or programming languages would delay the launch of a usable site. The advice for planning strategy, identifying goals as a beginning has given me a starting point. I hope this course will be continued with additional episodes.
Date published: 2021-02-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Looking forward to a full course I am self-taught in many things, such as web design, but I have a Computer Science degree from about 28 years ago. I look forward to watching this full course to refresh my knowledge of web design that has languished as I've taken a more creative route in graphic design and photo editing for much of the last 20 years
Date published: 2021-01-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Interesting and engaging. I enyjoyed the pilot lecture and hope more lectures in this series become available. The instructor clearly explained the initial steps involved with designing a website - the planning - what we are wanting to accomplish with the site and who we are trying to reach.! I think people probably want to jump right into the mechanics (the coding etc) and overlook this first step.
Date published: 2020-11-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Looks excellent! Really looking forward to this one! My knowledge is way out of date. I really like all the information about goals and who your audience is. I'm also eager to learn about how to structure a site's navigation -- I've always felt that was one of the most important elements. Is this course still on its way?
Date published: 2020-10-14
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Overview

Great websites don't happen by magic or by luck. Join Professor Jen Kramer to learn what components should be considered when building a successful website.
Building a Website with HTML and CSS

01: Building a Website with HTML and CSS

Professor Kramer demonstrates how websites have evolved from simply being a digital billboard advertising your message to now being dynamic destinations where people can learn, engage, consume, play, interact, and more. She then discusses what it takes to create an overall strategy for a successful website as she walks you through how to determine your goals, audience, message, interactive elements, platform, and other key details.

25 min