Introduction to Website Design and Building

Perfect for people who want to learn to build a site or take control of updating their existing site.

What does the course cover?
1. Build your 1st webpages (Intro to HTML)
2. Styling your website (Intro to CSS)
3. Design and Layout (CSS positioning)
4. Uploading your files (uploading via FTP)

Download the course-outline (word doc) for more detail of learning outcomes.

Pay securely now via Paypal to reserve your place.
Course Fee: €165

When: Mondays 6.30pm-8.30pm
13th, 20th, 27th of June and 4th of July


Venue:
A4Art,
Arts Supply Store,
Thomas Street,
Dublin 8

or email info@artistmakersonline.com

This course is designed to give a broad understanding of how web-pages are produced. Covering the basic code to the advanced styling, the course reveals many tricks of the trade to allow anyone to publish a website online. The course would be useful to anyone who wants to build their first website or even who wants to update their existing website.

Course Facilitator:
Niall Flaherty has lectured for NCAD and DIT in drawing, photography, video, new-media and sculpture.

Niall is a founder member of Blackletter Artists Group. Recently he started Artist-makers Online to assist artists and creative groups to improve their web-presence.

He has developed courses for the NCAD, DIT, Visual Artists Ireland, National Sculpture Factory, and Clare and Offaly County Councils.

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