All the Beginner Classes
These classes are for complete web design beginners. If you have never built a website before, these classes will get you up-and-running.
Are you absolutely new to building websites? Then this class is for you. Follow these videos and you will create your very first website. You'll learn about the 3 things you need to put your site online: code, a domain name, and hosting. If you've joined OSTraining before and have never built a website before, take this class before you watch anything else.
This class provides an introduction to HTML, tags, elements, HTML5 and much more.
This class is the perfect introduction for anyone who is learning CSS. You'll learn about classes, IDs, styles and all the key CSS techniques you need to know.
This class teaches you everything you need to get started with WordPress. This is a Beginner class and is aimed at people who are completely new to WordPress.
This class teaches you all of the essential concepts and knowledge you need to get started with Joomla 3.
This class teaches you all of the essential concepts and knowledge you need to get started with Drupal 8.
A Learning Management Systems or LMS allows content creators to deliver online training just like we do here at OSTraining. LifterLMS is a full-featured WordPress LMS.
We'll get you up and running with a complete overview of the system from installation to reports and analytics.
Jen Kramer walks you through setting up a HTML and CSS webpage. Learning the fundamental structure concept of HTML layout and CSS styling can help you work with templates in CMS sites, such as WordPress, Joomla, and Drupal.
Learn from the ground up on what Responsive Design is and how to start implementing it in your HTML and CSS. This base understanding, will help you even when working in Content Management systems. In this course, Jen Kramer shows you how to structure your HTML and CSS for different screen dimensions using media queries and how to work with images in responsive design.
This course teaches you all of the essential concepts and knowledge you need to get started with Drupal 9.
When the Gutenberg editor was introduced to WordPress, it revolutionized how easily bloggers and editors could add posts and pages to their websites. In Drupal, this has always been difficult. Drupal 8 introduced Layout Builder but unless you have access to the theme to add advanced CSS, this module is incomplete for the typical site builder. Well, Gutenberg is now available in Drupal 9 and it brings LOT of flexibility to editing your nodes.
In this course Rod covers the all the basics of Gutenberg, Gutenberg Cloud, and when you may or may not want to use it in your Drupal site.