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Please note: We are in the process of updating this page and not all technology classes offered at the Denver Public Library will appear in this list. If you're looking for a class not displayed here, please visit the Events & Classes calendar.

Are you interested in learning how to create or customize a website? Learning HTML and CSS will let you build pages from scratch and customize platforms like WordPress. This is a four part class. 

HTML and CSS I: Learn what HTML is and how to format text, insert images, and create links in HTML. Must have an email account and intermediate internet skills to attend this class.

HTML and CSS II: Learn what CSS is, how it relates to HTML, and start styling backgrounds, text, and fonts. Must have an email account and intermediate internet skills to attend this class.

HTML and CSS III: Concentrate on webpage layout with the box model. Must have an email account and intermediate internet skills to attend this class.

HTML and CSS IV: Tie together all we've learned of CSS and HTML and discuss website planning and hosting. Must have an email account and intermediate internet skills to attend this class.

 

Learn how to use WordPress.com to create your own blog. We will cover making new posts, adding photos, links, and videos, managing comments, changing your site’s appearance with themes, and using tags and categories. You must have an email address to attend. Please sign up for a free account at wordpress.com before coming to class.

Building on the skills learned in Wordpress I, students will learn how to customize their Wordpress blog more or use WordPress to create a more robust website. We will explore creating pages, static homepages, custom menus, and integrating social media with your WordPress site. You must have a Wordpress account to attend and attending the Wordpress.com I class first is highly recommended.