Introducing Web Design
From taking assessments in computer science class to researching history projects and from watching videos on YouTube to posting in Instagram, scholars interact with browsers and the internet on a daily basis. The Internet allows us to almost instantaneously access to an enormous amount of information and communication with millions of people around the world. While we live in a society that actively engages with browsers on a daily basis, yet very few people truly know how the Internet works. This unit will start diving into the structure of the Internet. From there, scholars will begin building out their own websites using HTML and CSS. Scholars will learn how to integrate basic tags, lists, images, and links into a website and manipulate the color, background color, and alignment of their content through CSS. By the end of this unit, scholars will build out two full websites.