Introduction to CSS3 and HTML5

Introduction to CSS3 and HTML5

University of Maryland, Baltimore County

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Instructor-Led Course
Hours: 24
Duration of Access: 6 weeks
Start Dates: Jul 16, Aug 20, Sep 17, Oct 15
15,416 Students
have taken this course.

Reviews

Best class I have taken. Alan really explains the concept so well that I actually GET IT! I think Alan Simpson is an excellent instructor, and would recommend him to anyone. I look forward to taking more of his classes.

Both the course and instructor were exceptional. Thorough, easy to understand, prompt responses, good discussion.

I appreciate how much effort the instructor put into responding to questions. He made an online course feel like there was human presence, and that he cared about how much you were getting out of the class. I have really enjoyed this course, and I learned a lot.

Thank you for taking the time to make it understandable. This has helped me so that I do not need to depend on others to create and manage my website.

This was an EXCELLENT class. I really was able to relate to the instructor's teaching style which made learning CSS/XHTML interesting and fun. I plan to continue my studies. Thank you very much!

This was a very well prepared and informational class. The instructor was great with his responses to the discussion area. He responded almost immediately.

I went through lesson 1, while overlapping with the end of "Intro to Creating Web Pages", and it was a great review for the "Creating Web Pages" final. I find your approach so fantastically organized and well explained! I feel confident I'll be caught up with everything when the new lesson comes Wednesday. These topics are brand new to me, so I am simply delighted to be catching on. Thanks for making everything so accessible!

Without a doubt, this is the best online class of any kind that I've taken. You explained the material so clearly and concisely - it was just a joy! As a former educator myself, I just can't praise you enough.

Teaching a class in person is hard enough and takes a skilled instructor. Teaching a course online adds that much more of a challenge. You're a talented instructor to be able to convey technical information in a manner that is easy to understand and relate to, especially when it's all virtual!

I must admit, I was a little skeptical about the returns of online courses (for me personally). I am a little more geared to real people in real classes or just pick up a book and read it, but I have been pleasantly surprised. I am impressed by the organization and flow of the material, with special thanks for including the supplements of useful internet support available (yes, you can always search yourself, but the narrowing and filtering of the choices is of value). The best compliment I can give is that I would recommend it to others and will be picking up another class coming up in a couple of weeks. Thank you.