This is one of the most impressive beginner-friendly HTML and CSS courses available. Well made, effective, engaging, and a lot of fun.
By Per Harald Borgen
This course teaches HTML and CSS by building five different websites. Each tutorial in this course builds on one another, and applies increasingly advanced concepts as you progress.
The entire course curriculum is available for free, so you could choose to learn entirely for free. But we highly recommend purchasing a Pro subscription for a month or two while going through this course in order to get a certificate, full access to the community, and code reviews.
This free Intro to HTML and CSS is the first real module of Scrimba’s Frontend Developer Career Path. While this course is a good starting point, and an incredible value for a free course, this course on its own isn’t enough to prepare you to work with HTML and CSS professionally.
To learn some of the more robust fundamentals of CSS like transitions and responsive design, you’ll want to purchase a subscription in order to access some of the additional courses on the Frontend Developer Career Path, including Essential CSS Concepts and Responsive Design.
For a limited time, if you use the coupon code curricular-dev (automatically applied if you follow our links), you'll get 15% off a Scrimba subscription.
Our course reviews are conducted by a team of technical professionals, course developers, and lifelong learners.
The lead of this project, Brian Green, has worked in developer education since 2009. He built the content development teams at Pluralsight and Udacity, implementing quality standards and tutorials to improve course quality and working with hundreds of authors to create courseware. Most recently, he built the product team at App Academy. As of writing, he estimates he has spent nearly a year of his life taking or reviewing online courses, on topics ranging from Web Development, Networking, Server Administration, DevOps, Cybersecurity, Machine Learning, and Artificial Intelligence.
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