By Jordan Haywood
CSS, CMS, HTML . . . what does it all mean? In a tech-savvy world, knowing a thing or two about the web can prove quite beneficial. It can help whether you deal directly with the online world and its tools in your office or if you are simply determined to finally start that blog you’ve been planning over a glass of wine on your couch.
While there are many templates and shortcuts out there, if you plan to dive deep into the World Wide Web, you should start with the basics. That’s what Technology Manager Paula Jacobs helped members do on October 24th at JL Boston headquarters. Paula led members through the step-by-step process of creating an HTML webpage and included tips on customizing your page with special fonts, pictures and features, leaving members ready to launch personalized websites.
Even if you don’t plan on becoming the next Mark Zuckerberg, being able to speak and understand hypertext markup language (HTML) may just help take you to the next level. You can do it from your own computer, Mac or PC, so give it a try. If you need help, reach out to Paula for the slides from her presentation.
The Junior League of Boston is dedicated to developing the potential of women, and more trainings are available to members throughout the year. Members can find the calendar and sign up here.