With Treehouse, your learning journey starts with comprehensive online courses. These courses are designed to help you get your feet wet in HTML and advance your knowledge. With an HTML basics course, you’ll be able to start off at your own pace and grow your skills whenever and wherever you see fit.
The variety of HTML courses available means you can pick and choose what skills you want to brush up on. Treehouse’s courses can be taken a la carte, so there’s no rush on you. You’re able to learn at whatever pace works best for you.
Our courses provide ample practice, hands-on projects, quizzes, workshops, exercises and challenges. It’s not just the education you gain with Treehouse; you will go into your high-paying career with a portfolio filled with curated, real-world projects.
Text and images have always been the foundation of web content, but more than ever, video and audio are also a part of that content mix. Fortunately, we can now create standards-based video and audio players that don't require the use of plugins. Adding video and audio to a webpage is almost as easy as adding an image or formatting some text.
Learn HTML (HyperText Markup Language), the language common to every website. HTML describes the basic structure and content of a web page. If you want to build a website or web application, you'll need to know HTML.
Accessibility is a process that specifically considers the needs of people with disabilities. In this course, you’ll learn about the standards in place to guide developers in creating experiences that are accessible to all users as well as tools and techniques to ensure your projects are up to those standards.
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With Treehouse’s courses, you can learn the basics, try something more advanced, or pick a skill that you’re not 100% comfortable with yet. HTML is incredibly useful in the real world, and having access to these courses is sure to give you an edge when you’re looking to apply your newly learned skills.
Whether you’re a full-time mom, full-time worker or have a number of other demands, Treehouse’s focus on working at your own speed makes your education a customized experience. You can fit it in your schedule where you need to. Even with a busy schedule, you can do a course in as little as three months, or you can take longer if you need to. It’s all up to you. Once you have finished a course, you can move up to the next one. Each course has tracks that also help you break up and master the information you are learning.
Expert teaching staff provides the curriculum to help you learn what you need to know for your career. The best way to learn is through practice, and the best way to reinforce what you have learned is to tap into the information you have stored away. By the end of each course, you will not only have a whole new set of skills, but you will also be confident in what you have learned.
Taking a Treehouse course means you’ll also have access to the resources of Treehouse students. You can reach out to the Treehouse Slack community, student specialists, other students, teachers, Treehouse staff and other resources to find what you need with real-time assistance. Beyond the help that’s available to you, you have peers to network with as well.
You will learn about design basics. Design is about visuals, branding, wireframes, interaction flows, etc. You need to know about design for websites to design a web page, web browser or an app. Whether you want to be a computer systems engineer, database administrator, computer systems analyst, software quality assurance engineer or computer programmer, you will learn the skills you need with Treehouse’s courses.
If you’re a beginner — or even if you are more advanced, you should keep up to date on coding languages. Things evolve quickly, and so do coding language preferences and applications. You can also use Treehouse’s programming courses for your degree, so that you can go into your career armed with what you need to do a great job.
A fully browser-based code editor designed to make learning with Treehouse a breeze.
The built-in code editor will assist you with your markup. This will help you identify any potential issues as you practice your coding skills. This ensures you will pick up on any mistakes you make early on, which will help you to correct these mistakes and give you a good foundation from which to progress. This is just one of several available tools to help you be successful.
It’s never been easier to take a course with Treehouse. You can try out Treehouse for free, learn at your own pace, get the precise help you need, network with others and get started on your chosen high-paying career path! Start your seven-day trial to jump-start your learning journey right away.
Recently started the Treehouse Front End Web Development Techdegree and it's by far one of the best things I've ever done.— Sheldon George (@sheldonjg) September 2, 2019
Day 18 of #100daysofcode. SO ready for the JS unit in the #treehouse FEWD Techdegree. I feel like JS, HTML, and CSS represent the three virtues in the Triforce. Now that I'm getting into JS... I'm feeling balanced ⚖️⚔️!— JoJo (@jowebdev2020) April 28, 2020
The @treehouse #techdegree gets you a much more in-depth experience, access to the Slack channel, peer-review, & building a (graded) portfolio of projects, PERFECT if you're a first-timer looking to get momentum to (as in my and @shilvia_88's case) make a career change. 🙂🏢👩💻— Ryan Whitney (@spaceman_ryan) February 14, 2020
11/100 #100DaysOfCode Working on JS form validation. So happy to be a part of the community @teamtreehouse techdegree. Fantastic to have some specific individuals to reach out to when stuff doesn't make sense to me and I don't have a teacher/mentor to ask😅 2/301 #301DaysOfCode— Maren Lilleberre (@MarenLilleberre) May 13, 2019
In Interactive Lessons in Elements & Structure, you will learn HTML and CSS, which are useful for web design. When you learn HTML, you will learn how web browsers interpret images, text and other visual or audible material in a web page. You will also learn how CSS is used to determine layouts, colors and fonts.
Each course offers interactive lessons. For instance, you can engage in a number of workshops, such as Hello UX, Responsive Design and Designing Dynamic UI States, among others. Practice allows you to practice creating UX content, practice using a design system, practice sketching, practice wireframing and more. You also have interactive videos that help you learn.
Within each course, you can segment your learning with tracks as well. Each track is like a miniature program that is designed to teach a particular set of skills. If you want to learn a new skill set, all you need to do is enroll in a track. From there, your learning path is mapped out for you.
Compass can help you to test out the subjects you already know. You will be able to find all the instructions you need to get an entry-level tech job, and you will learn the languages, principles and frameworks for your chosen career. If you want to be a developer or designer, you will find in-demand topics to stay up to date.
Interactive lessons will help you to learn new information in an easy way and build on that information to learn new skills. In addition to practice, workshops, hands-on exercises and other tools used for learning, being quizzed or going over reviews of learned information helps to reinforce what you have learned. This speeds up the brain in recovering this information and makes you highly proficient in whichever field you have chosen for your career.
Imagine what you can do with 30 minutes a day. You can begin transforming your life with 100 Days of Code. On top of the many resources the program offers, you will receive email reminders and motivational podcasts to help you on your journey. You will receive personalized feedback on your projects too. The bi-monthly Tech Explorer’s Toolkit’s free resources will help you with your chosen tech degree.
In Treehouse's blog, you can find a wide variety of topics that can further help you in your learning and application of new skills. For instance, you can look up “What Is Front-End Web Development?” And “Intro to Design Thinking” can help you tackle design.
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