[Hidden-tech] Need HTML5 and CSS Classes

Jennifer Bedell jbedell at uhs.umass.edu
Thu Jun 9 10:35:50 EDT 2016

I took some excellent courses through this program at GCC:
Would recommend.

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On 6/9/16, 10:23 AM, "Lesley Schneider" <lesley at hthconsulting.com> wrote:

>I have created and maintained simple websites with Dreamweaver over the
>years. I have taken basic HTML and CSS classes so I can maintain a site
>someone else created without ruining it. I know enough to not be
>dangerous. I now work for a company with three very large websites, one
>for each product line. In order to maintain these I think I need a little
>more knowledge under my belt. So I am looking for HTML5 and CSS classes.
>I prefer in-person classes. The basic HTML class I took 15 years ago was
>online. Does anyone know of any local classes in the valley? I don't mind
>driving to Greenfield. I live in Florence and work in Enfield. Would
>prefer a class closer to where I live rather than in CT., but I'll go
>where the classes are.
>Thank you,
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