NYLA Institute – Web Design: Introduction to CSS

The New York Library Association is pleased to announce the latest Continuing Education opportunity:

Friday, November 13, 2009

10:00 AM – 3:00 PM

Nassau Library System | Uniondale, NY

Why do some websites look amazingly professional while others appear like they were designed in Microsoft Word? Much has changed since the early days of the internet. Whether you want to bring a more modern look to your website or customize a WordPress theme, every detail of the appearance of a page is controlled by Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). This “hands on” institute will give you experience with key concepts and software tools that will help you begin using CSS with your HTML.

Prerequisite: basic knowledge of HTML

This is a hands-on workshop. Registration is limited to 19 participants to enable each attendee access to a computer workstation.

About the Presenter:

Luke Charde, a freelance web developer and technology trainer, has been involved in the design of scores of websites since the early days of the web. He enjoys helping people learn to use the ever-changing world of technology for better organizational and personal effectiveness. Because of Luke’s background in the educational field, he is adept at communicating technological concepts in an understandable manner and providing the tools and resources to enable continued learning.

Registration Note:
Preregistration is required. Space is limited. Registration is completed when your payment arrives at NYLA. You will be contacted by NYLA only if the workshop is filled. This will be a hands-on workshop.

This full-day workshop is $100 for NYLA members and $130 for non-members.

Promotional flier and registration form (pdf)

Register Online (credit card required)

Directions to the Nassau Library System

Contact the NYLA Office with questions about this program 1-800-252-6952 Ext. 102

Johanna Geiger
Deputy Director
New York Library Association
6021 State Farm Road
Guilderland, NY 12084
518-432-6952 Ext. 102

One response to “NYLA Institute – Web Design: Introduction to CSS

  1. Yeah, I think in these times CSS is getting more importance , thanks for the info.

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