HTML and CSS are the building blocks of every website. HTML is to create the content of a site. For example, this very paragraph is written in HTML. CSS is used to style websites. All colors and fonts, like this on websites are written in CSS. Together, they can be used to build functional and beautiful websites.
The Rails Girls KL tutorial also uses HTML and CSS. If you want to learn how to style your web application differently and make it prettier, this is the class for you!
** Do apply even if you didn’t attend the previous Rails Girls Ruby on Rails workshop! You won’t be any disadvantage as this is for beginners with no coding experience.
|Date:||Oct 11, 2014 (Saturday)|
The Penthouse, Level 19, Uptown 1
Jalan SS21/58, Damansara Utama
47400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia
|Application page:||Apply here|
|Application deadline:||Oct 3, 2014|
|Acceptances informed by:||Oct 6, 2014|
If you are selected for the class, we will email you with a invitation email. You need to complete the form to confirm your seat.
Please be on time. Plan to arrive at least 15 mins before the event to allow time to find the venue. For security reasons, we will have to tag you into the building. As such, we cannot allow entry for latecomers.
Yes! Suitable for beginners and ideal for secondary school students and above. We do ask that participants be at least 13 years old to join this class.
If you are a parent and would like to sign up for a younger child, please get in touch with us to ensure that the pace of the class would be suitable for them.
Absolutely! You won’t be at any disadvantage as we will not be using Ruby on Rails during the workshop.
Nope, though we’ll be doing a quick demo of how you can change the html/css in your Rails Girls KL web application.
Yes! But we are not providing any food/coffee.
Yup! Men are welcomed as +1. Please let us know which female friends you’re applying with.
We will be building a static website from scratch! By the end of the class you will have the basics to further venture out in the world of web design and development. Here is an example of a simple homepage. Some of the topics we’ll be covering are the basics of HTML/CSS, website design and how to upload a website.
Yourself, a laptop, charger and enthusiasm to learn.
Any type of laptop or operating system (Mac, Windows, Linux, etc) can be used for this class. Please make your own arrangements to borrow a laptop for this class if you do not own one.
Sher Minn is a freelance front-end web developer and designer. Having developed her interest in web design out of her passion for building things, she hopes to share this knowledge with others who would like to build their own web projects.
Wunmin is a product manager at JobStreet.com. She self-taught web development, and tinkers with HTML/CSS, Python and a bit of Ruby on Rails during her free time. She's currently building her own website and hope it'll be ready by the time this class commences!
Code Equality is a non-profit with the purpose of educating Malaysian students about coding and Computer Science. We hold affordable coding classes, company visits and other events that are open for all.
To find out more about us, check out our About section .
Sure! We’re always on the lookout for tutors to assist students during the class. All of our instructors and tutors are volunteers. Just drop us an email at hello@CodeEquality.org and we’ll get back to you!
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