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Intro to HTML and CSS

Code and Supply Workspace 5648 Friendship Ave, 3rd Floor , Pittsburgh, PA (map)

This event is two days, Saturday, April 8, 1-5PM and Sunday, April 9, 1-5PM.

Always wanted to learn how to build your own website, but didn’t know where to start? We’ve got a class for that! Our Intro to HTML & CSS class will introduce you to the building blocks of the web, and give you the skills and confidence to start crafting your own websites from scratch.

At the end of this two day class, you’ll have made a unique, personal, handbuilt site that’s ready for screens of all sizes.

This is an introductory class, so the only things you need are a laptop and the desire to learn!

You should only attend if you can make both days. If you can’t make both days, Girl Develop It Pittsburgh will be offering this class again soon.

Students are required to bring their own laptop for classes. If you do not have a laptop, please contact us at [masked] to arrange to use our loaner laptop.

Prerequisite: None! This is a great class to start your web development journey. 

Please install the following prior to the class: 


One of the following browsers:

• Chrome - Recommended

• Firefox with the FireBug Extension 

A text editor for working with HTML/CSS. Below are some suggestions:

• Sublime Text (freeish; OSX, Windows, Linux) - Recommended

• Atom (free, OXS, Windows, Linux) - Recommended 

• Notepad++ (free; Windows) 

About the instructor:

Tracey Berg-Fulton is Community Manager for AuthenticJobs.com, where she solves problems, spins all the plates, and keeps customers happy. Tracey is a graduate of Otterbein University and the University of Glasgow. In her free time, she runs marathons and works on restoring a 1959 Nash Metropolitan. She and her husband share their home with an adopted giant schnabrador named Walter.

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