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New Web Design In-Browser Coding Practice

  


Our Web Design lessons are being updated with live, in-browser coding panels. Like our existing Python, C# and Java courses, students can now (when appropriate) type HTML or CSS code directly into the web browser and observe the immediate results.

Students will still continue to do offline work on the local file system to complete "Work with Me" exercises and graded chapter activities.

These lesson updates do not impact any videos, graded activities, quizzes or tests, nor do they modify the concepts taught in any lesson. They merely provide a more interactive and dynamic way to explore the HTML and CSS concepts within the lesson text pages. Some previously "static" code examples are now live code boxes that the students can modify and observe directly in the web browser.

For an introduction to the in-browser coding engine and important "how-to-use" notes, please see Chapter 2, Lesson 3 Text.

Work is currently ongoing to upgrade the lessons on a gradual basis. The list below describes the current progress.

  • 11/25/2019 - Chapters 1 - 7 updated
  • 12/10/2019 - Chapters 8 - 10 updated

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