Creating a Website is Easy — The Nuts and Bolts of HTML5 and CSS3

Creating a Website: Creating a Website Made Easy course title art.
Creating a Website: Creating a Website Made Easy course title art.
Creating a Website Made Easy course title artwork. Available at Udemy.com.

All programming is basically simple. It may not look that way at first glance, especially for those who’ve never done any programming. But like any skill, you start out small and build on it. You wouldn’t ask an infant to press 500 pounds of iron, yet one day, that very same infant might grow up to lift that much in weights.

Consider the following:

This is a simple example of
HTML <bold>Bold</bold> text.
Creating a Website: CWME Screen Shot
Creating a website is easy and this simple HTML code shows you what I mean. Photo: screen shot from the course Creating a Website Made Easy

When this line of text is shown in a web page, it includes Bold text right where the tags surrounded it. Anyone can do this. It’s easy. The more practice and the greater your familiarity, the easier it all becomes. Some people may lack the understanding, but gain skill in it simply by repetition. So, whatever IQ God gave you should never be a barrier to outstanding accomplishments. Faith can conquer even this. I love teaching, and I love the idea of everyone finding out how true it is that creating a website is easy.

Creating a Website is Easy and a Course to Prove it

A couple of years ago, I created a course on this topic at Udemy.com. It has 34 lessons, including about 5 hours of video and 4 handouts packed with resources, plus 2 quizzes to help reinforce what you learn. Each of the main lessons includes hands-on, step-by-step projects to let you create your own web pages. Sound like fun? See, I told you. Creating a website is easy.

Creating a Website: Happy because creating a website is easy.
Happy because creating a website is easy. Photo: Gratisography.com.

For my loyal fans, this course is available at a discount. Instead of the regular $20, I’m knocking off 25% to give you the course for only $15. Udemy includes printable certificates with all its courses, so you can have a physical record of your accomplishment. There are a few lessons that you can preview just to see if the course is right for you. Udemy even offers a 30-day, money-back guarantee, so your satisfaction is assured. More than that, though, I want your feedback so I can make the course be the best it can possibly be.

Why am I giving such a big discount? These are 3 reasons:

  1. Udemy pays me a larger share of the course fee if students come from my website. The more I make, the more time I can spend helping students. I can also spend more time improving the course by adding more modules. You can take them at any time later for free.
  2. For the discount, I’m asking for something in return: A few seconds of your time when you’re done to give the course a 5- Star review, or add Discussion to tell me what’s missing.
  3. Your loyalty as a visitor. I want to reward that.

Sound good? Then go for it. Here’s the link: Creating a Website Made Easy.

This article was originally published 2015:0624 on RodMartinJr.com.

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