Workshop signup: Website coding - under the bonnet with Dave Gash
Who, where, and when
A workshop by Dave Gash in collaboration with the ASTC - Australian Society for Technical Communication
Location: Novotel Surfers Paradise, QLD, Australia
Date and time: Monday, October 15th, 2018 at 9.00am – 5.00pm
Workshop description
Have you dabbled with HTML code to create or edit web pages, or wanted to?
Do some things in web page code seem complicated and hard to understand?
Is it hard to get things to look right?
Have you ended up employing a professional to do the job for you?
Did you buy expensive web page editing software and not have time to learn how to use it?

In one day you can learn enough HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) and its two partner languages, CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) and JavaScript to be able to create and edit basic web pages for yourself, using a simple text editor like Notepad.

Dave Gash is highly entertaining and a sought-after trainer, based in California, USA (and is, in spirit, really an Australian, accidentally born on the wrong side of the Pond, to American parents). He works for Google as a technical communicator.

In his one-day workshop, Web Coding—Under the Bonnet, Dave explains the mysteries of HTML, CSS and JavaScript (introductory) and shows you how to use them to create or edit the web pages, and how to learn more as you need it.

You will learn...
* How to structure the information in your web page using HTML to define regions, headings, lists and tables.

* The principle of separating page structure and content from its appearance—using Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) language you can define the appearance of your web page and make your coding simpler,

* How to create interactions using JavaScript (introduction only).

You will need...
* At least some very basic prior experience with HTML and an understanding of its purpose,

* To bring your own computer to use in the workshop (Windows or Mac), including a text editor (such as Notepad, EditPlus or similar for Mac), a non-IE browser (such as FireFox, Chrome, Safari), and an unzip utility.

Fee
The workshop fee is $360.00 (Australian dollars).
If you're a member of the Australian Society for Technical Communication (ASTC) you're entitled to a reduced fee. Please complete the form on the next page for more information.

ASTC Inc. does not charge GST.
We issue an official invoice and the workshop cost might be tax deductable, depending on the nature of your work.
Fee includes a light breakfast (ideal for those who’ve travelled to the workshop), morning and afternoon refreshments, a buffet lunch and online course notes.

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