Below you will find all of our Crash Courses and Reference Pages.
We will be adding more Crash Courses over the coming months. Our Crash Courses cover a lot of the same information in our Reference Pages, but with more guidance.
Our Crash Courses are now hosted on Teachable. Click the link below to view our first course on Teachable. More courses will be coming soon.
Learn how to create basic webpages using HTML.
All of the pages below are our Reference Pages. Our Reference Pages are free to browse.
HTML is used to create content for web pages.
CSS is used to style web pages.
Learn how to use browser developer tools to test and debug your websites.
Bootstrap is a CSS library that contains pre-built CSS classes and components you can use to create great looking web pages with responsive layouts.
Markdown is a language used to create READMEs and create content in static site generators.
VS Code is an application that lets you write code.
Learn how to be more productive in VS Code and how to customize it.
The terminal lets you control your computer using text commands.
Git is a version control system that lets you back up your coding projects and work on multiple versions of your project.
GitHub is a website that lets you back up your coding projects and collaborate with other developers.
GitHub Desktop is an application that lets you work with local and remote repositories using a GUI.
More Web Tools
Less is a CSS preprocessor that lets you create more reusable CSS code.
Sass is a CSS preprocessor that lets you create more reusable CSS code.