Official Community Event: Beginner Workshop: Intro to CSS


Web development is one of the premier paths for beginners to start their journey towards becoming a software engineer. Unsurprisingly, web development is a giant field that goes from very basic fundamentals to extremely complex and interconnected technology. When you are just getting started, it can all sound very confusing and overly complicated.

Join us in this workshop as we talk about CSS, the cornerstone of how sites are styled in today’s World Wide Web. This workshop will cover the basics of CSS syntax, and then move onto beginner topics such us display and positioning, typography, colors and the box model


When: Tuesday, June 13, 2023, from 1-2 pm EST

What: Workshop: introduction to CSS with Fede, community manager.

Where: On Zoom (you must RSVP to receive the video link)

Steps to Attend

  1. Follow event link to the Official Community Events event page
  2. Log in into the site (if you aren’t already)
  3. Click the RSVP button below the event description to get a ticket for the event.
  4. Your RSVP will guarantee your entry, whether you have a free or paid subscription. However, failure to attend the event will decrease your chances of attending events with limited availability.

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Attendance Disclaimer

At Codecademy, we are committed to empowering all people, regardless of where they are in their coding journeys, to continue to learn, grow, and impact the world around them. By participating in our event, you agree to the following:

Be Respectful: Harassment, bullying, or threatening will not be tolerated. We welcome learners of all backgrounds here, and we ask that you respect each others’ viewpoints and assume positive intent.

Be Authentic: While you are not required to provide your name and are always welcome to go by a username, please refrain from misrepresenting yourself in the community in a misleading way.

Adhere to the Law: Please only share your code (if relevant to the event) or content unless you are crediting the original author or source. Do not share code that infringes on others’ intellectual property. Do not share harmful code or anything that violates local, state, federal, or international laws.

Questions? Comments? Email [email protected]. And if you can’t attend this event and would like to attend more in the future, join our chapter.

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