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Over 20,000 new web developers will be needed by 2020. Are you ready? Learn to code, from fundamentals to more advanced application development in LaGuardia Community College’s free web development training program. Find out how to get a job in the tech industry with networking opportunities and job search assistance. Take advantage of this great opportunity to enroll in professional level coding classes to get you going in the world of tech. FREE TUITION to eligible students!

Tuesday, July 17, 2018 - 12:15pm
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In the current age, using the Internet has become essential to communication and gaining access to information, much like the telephone and newspapers were to earlier generations. Familiarity with the Internet comes with a certain level of expectation regarding the attractiveness and ease of use of web pages. Web designers need to create effective and successful websites. If users find your website difficult to navigate, they may not visit it again. HTML5 and CSS3 are some of the most integral and evolving web technologies that enable you to structure content and present it on the web.

Tuesday, September 4, 2018 - 10:00am
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In the current age, using the Internet has become essential to communication and gaining access to information, much like the telephone and newspapers were to earlier generations. Familiarity with the Internet comes with a certain level of expectation regarding the attractiveness and ease of use of web pages. Web designers need to create effective and successful websites. If users find your website difficult to navigate, they may not visit it again. HTML5 and CSS3 are some of the most integral and evolving web technologies that enable you to structure content and present it on the web.

Tuesday, September 4, 2018 - 10:00am
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This hands-on course that teaches you HTML5 and CSS3 from scratch, showing you how you can't use one without the other nowadays. Learn how to enhance a site with audio and video clips, forms with HTML5 data validation, or CSS3 transitions and animations. See how JavaScript and jQuery add features like accordions, tabs, and slide shows to a page, or create a mobile site when a responsive site is impractical. You will learn the principles of web design, as well as how to deploy your finished sites.

Tuesday, August 21, 2018 - 10:00am
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This course is a continuation of Web Development - Level 1. In this course you will learn more complex page layouts by using div tags and positioning. You will take CSS beyond text styling and use it to align div tags, relative positioning, float elements and create rollovers. Who Needs to Attend Anyone who wants to take their webpages to the next level. This course can be taken on either a Windows or Mac computer using multiple browsers. You will also need to download the MAMP server on a Mac computer or the WAMP server on a Windows based computer. However, the setup will be guided in class.

Monday, August 27, 2018 - 10:00am
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In this course you will learn the basics of building a website from scratch using HTML (HyperText Markup Language) and CSS (Cascading Style Sheets). We will focus on best practices and how to lay a webpage out, styles, background images, CSS-based navigation, multi-column layouts, forms, uploading files to a server via FTP. Who Needs to Attend Anyone who will need to build or manage a website in the near future. This course can be taken using either a Windows or Mac computer.

Monday, August 20, 2018 - 10:00am
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Learn how to quickly and easily create a website even if you don't have prior programming experience! This hands-on course will cover creating web pages, organizing content with tables, planning a site structure with a site map, linking web pages, implementing navigation, publishing content to the web, and web hosting. Note: Classroom location listings are also posted outside the CAPS office and the lobby of the 17 Lexington Avenue building.

Wednesday, September 26, 2018 - 6:15pm
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In this class, youll learn best practices for executing a responsive email design that will ensure an excellent user experience for desktop, webmail, and mobile users. Well show you how easy it is to set up a single-column email with a fluid layout that will work across devices and email clients. Well also show you how to create a more complex newsletter that, with the help of media queries, will go from a 2-column layout to a single column on most mobile devices.

Thursday, October 25, 2018 - 9:00am

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