Designing a web page may seem like a daunting task to some, but the Waxahachie Lighthouse for Learning program is offering a course in web design for the fall semester.
The class will be 6-7:30 p.m. every Monday from Sept. 26-Oct. 24 at Waxahachie High School and is available to adults 18 years or older.
Course instructor Cameron Hawkins, a professional web developer, will teach the basics of setting up, building and maintaining your own website. HTML and CSS will be studied as well as basic design tips and tricks.
Hawkins’ hope is that everyone comes out of the class with the ability to create his or her own website or becomes more effective in his or her line of work through an acquired knowledge of web design concepts.
“The class will be informal but fast-paced,” Hawkins said. “There is always something to learn in web development so be ready for tons of knowledge in a short amount of time.” The only supply needed for this class is a USB thumb drive with at least 1GB of storage space.
The class costs $38 and has 15 spots available, so be sure to sign up quickly. Pre-registration with payment is required one week prior to the first class session.
You can register online at www.WISD.revtrak.net or stop by the Waxahachie ISD administration building from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday-Friday.
For more information or to view a catalog, log on to www.WISD.org or call 972-923-4631.