Have you been thinking about learning HTML? If so, you’re not alone: These days, it seems like nearly everyone — including New York City’s former mayor, Mike Bloomberg, who tweeted his New Year’s resolution to learn to code a few years back — is intent on learning programming languages. If you want to learn HTML, a fundamental building block for front-end web development, there’s no need to delay. Workshops and on-demand classes make it easy to learn HTML, regardless of your budget, schedule, or prior knowledge.
Learn HTML on your own time
Got a complicated schedule? Work best after midnight? Online classes and tutorials may be your best option.
If prefer learning with peers and an instructor, try GA’s 12-week, mentor driven Web Design Circuit. In this course you’ll learn core skills, like HTML, as well as web design basics, while working on a project-to-project basis with peers.
Be a weekend warrior
If you do better with in-person classes, and want to quickly learn and absorb basic HTML concepts, a weekend workshop may be the best way to go. These immersive workshops cover a lot of ground in just one day.
During General Assembly’s Fundamentals of HTML, CSS and Web Design workshop, you’ll do a deep dive into the principles of coding and web design, and build your own portfolio.
Or, if you want a more targeted HTML and CSS workshop, with less focus on overall design principles, try the Coding for Beginners workshop, where you’ll master the basics, learning the terminology and creating a basic site.
Both workshops are intended for a non-programmer audience, and do not assume prior programming knowledge.
Learn HTML online with GA’s 12-week, mentor driven Web Design Circuit.