Learn HTML and CSS: Live Webinar

Written by Michael Lee on March 19, 2014

Can I share a frustration I’ve had about myself? I’ve been wanting to teach since relaunching my site, almost a year ago. And I’m embarrassed to say that I haven’t done much to make that desire a reality.

I’ve made excuses that I don’t have time, I don’t know enough to teach or that people won’t enjoy learning from me, so why start? I’ve made so many excuses that has kept me from trying and seeing if I’m even good at teaching or have something worth teaching.

Tonight, I’m tired of being frustrated and making excuses. Tonight, I’ve decided to embark on the journey to teach and I’ve decided to commit to it for a month.

For the next month I’ve decided to teach the basics of building a website which is HTML and CSS. The only way to get the ball rolling and create a sense of urgency is to set hard deadlines and set expectations.

So to start off this month long journey to see if I’ve got the chops to teach, I’m holding my very first live webinar next Tuesday. And the best part of this webinar is that it will be absolutely free!

More details about the webinar and a sign up form are below.

Free Live Webinar

The live webinar will take place Tuesday, March 25, 2014 at 8PM EST and did I mention it is absolutely free?

What Will I Learn?

You’ll learn how to make a simple personal page with HTML and CSS. During the live webinar you’ll be watching me make the site pictured below from start to finish.

How Will the Webinar be Structured?

  • Quick introductions
  • Overview of personal page design
  • Getting started
  • Building the website
  • Q/A

What If I Can’t Join the Webinar?

The whole webinar will be recorded. The recording will be made available for purchase a couple of days after the webinar.

Sounds Good! Where do I Sign Up?

Sign up for the webinar using the form below. On Tuesday morning, I’ll shoot out an email to let you know where the webinar will take place so you can tune in.

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