Build a Portfolio Website with Basic HTML and CSS

In today’s digital era, having a responsive website is crucial for any business or individual looking to create an online presence. With users accessing websites on various devices with different screen sizes, it is essential to ensure that the website adjusts and adapts to different screen sizes seamlessly. This is where the basics of HTML and CSS come into play. Our Web & Software Development Tutor and Study Coach, Emmanuel, recently conducted a webinar on how to create a responsive portfolio website from scratch using HTML and CSS.

Emmanuel’s webinar is specifically designed for beginners and provides step-by-step guidance on compiling every element of HTML and every property of CSS to develop a fully responsive website. The webinar starts with an introduction to HTML and CSS, followed by a detailed explanation of each element and property. Learners are provided with free, downloadable resources that include instructions and screenshots, making it convenient for them to follow along.

The first step in creating a responsive portfolio website is to write the HTML code. This includes defining the structure of the website by adding headings, paragraphs, links, and images. HTML provides the foundation for the website and is used to define the content of the website.

Once the HTML code is written, it is time to style the website using CSS. CSS is used to define the layout, colours, and fonts of the website. It provides a way to separate the content of the website from the presentation of the website. This allows for easier maintenance and updates to the website in the future.

Emmanuel’s webinar provides learners with the knowledge and skills to create a visually appealing and responsive portfolio website. The website is designed to adjust and adapt to different screen sizes seamlessly, making it accessible to users on various devices. The website also includes a navigation menu that allows users to easily navigate through the website.

Overall, Emmanuel’s webinar provides valuable guidance for beginners on the basics of HTML and CSS in web development. The step-by-step approach and free resources make it accessible and easy for anyone to learn and create a responsive website from scratch. With the increasing demand for online presence, having the knowledge and skills to create a responsive website is an asset for anyone looking to pursue a career in web development or enhance their online presence.

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