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#IT-03-15 Learn to Code for the Web

  • Categories IT
  • Duration 12h
  • Total Enrolled 6
  • Last Update September 27, 2021

About Course

University of Leeds


Experiment with coding in different programming languages

Ever thought about learning how to code? Now’s your chance to learn the languages of the future.

On this course, you’ll be introduced to the basics of code types. You’ll explore the role that the coding languages of HTML, CSS and JavaScript play in making web pages and sites.

You’ll also have the opportunity to try it for yourself by applying your new coding skills to a project of your own.

Who will you learn with?

Tom Armitage

I’m a technologist and designer. I make things out of hardware, software, and the internet. When not making technology and art, I also write music and build instruments. I originally studied English.



Who developed the course?

University of Leeds

As one of the UK’s largest research-based universities, the University of Leeds is a member of the prestigious Russell Group and a centre of excellence for teaching.

What Will I Learn?

  • Summarise the structure and terminology of the internet.
  • Define the roles of HTML, CSS and JavaScript in making web pages and sites.
  • Experiment with the code of existing web pages using browser developer tools.
  • Produce basic HTML (with guidance) using browser-based tools.
  • Produce basic CSS (with guidance) using browser-based tools.
  • Describe how real-world sites and apps build upon the basics.

Topics for this course

12 Lessons12h


Before you get started, take some time to meet Mark Martin MBE, who will guide you through the course. You'll also have the opportunity to meet your fellow learners and plan your learning journey.
Welcome to the course00:02:22
Introduce yourself

What is the internet and how does it work??

In this activity, you’ll get a high-level overview of the internet itself. You’ll also explore how data travels around the world every time you click a link and where the code that you’ll be writing later in the course sits.

Do you speak code??

Now it’s time to start looking at the types of code used on the web. You’ll explore what different coding languages are used for and why they’re so important – not just to web developers, but to anybody working with the web.

Investigating source code?

In this activity, you’ll look at HTML in action. You’ll explore more about how HTML works and use the functionality built into your web browser to explore the code of real websites.

Styling web pages?

It’s now time to look at CSS in action. In this activity, you’ll look at the CSS language in more detail, before going on to explore the CSS of actual web pages using the development tools you met in the previous activity.


You’ve now reached the end of course of Learn to Code for the Web. In this activity, we’ll sum up what you’ve learned and look ahead to next.

Student Feedback


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Lecturer Tom Armitage did a great job on the course. I loved it. It was great.

In this course, I learned to innovate and apply my new coding skills to my own projects to try it by myself. It was so interesting and I enjoyed it very much.

In this course I learned the basics of code types. Explore the role that coding languages such as HTML, CSS, and JavaScript play in creating Web pages and sites. The course is really great.

I have always been interested in programming. This course has given me a lot of details about programming, which is a very good course.


Material Includes

  • Official Certificate

Target Audience

  • This course is designed for people who have digital skills but would like to build confidence in using digital technology in the workplace.
  • This may include those studying for A-levels, those who have a degree, or those who want to improve their career prospects.
  • The course will also be useful for anyone in employment who wants to boost their digital skills or anyone returning to the workplace who’d like to gain confidence in how working practices have evolved.
  • You might also be interested in the other courses in the Digital Skills for the Workplace collection from the University of Leeds and the Institute of Coding.