Python is an on-demand programming language that can help you open the door to well-paid jobs. Whether you're a new programmer looking to switch careers or an experienced coder looking to expand your fitness capabilities in a challenging job market, this path will give you the basic skills to code Python. You can learn how to build and run the Python program and also the best practices for coding and building applications in Python
HTML and CSS are at the heart of any web site, so understanding exactly how they work and how they work together to create interactive and responsive Web content is a key focus of this course.
If you didn't know much or nothing about HTML and CSS before, but you want to be able to create your own site exactly as you want, and have complete control over all aspects of the site, then this course (running for two days in a row) is for you.
During the training, we will be based on your understanding of the syntax and terminology involved in HTML 5 and how to display any type of content correctly. We'll then look at how to integrate external resources into your HTML files, and how to build documents and files to effectively apply styles.
You'll learn how to use CSS to add colour and design to your pages, use fonts, and manipulate content layouts in different ways. We'll show you trading tips that allow you to write CSS so that you can design the page accurately with the minimum code you need.
You'll also gain technical and framework knowledge to help you create responsive websites that look like they're designed for mobile, tablet, and desktop displays.
At the end of the course, you'll know how to add any type of content to your site and how to manipulate a presentation of that content so that your users can easily access your site from any device.
Like most things in life, it's best to start with a solid plan, including starting a business. This chapter provides an overview of how entrepreneurs develop and implement business plans. Our mentors have taken the time to break this chapter down into steps and topics that you understand to understand the planning process.
You can browse through all the steps in the rendering order, or you can use the chapter menu to find specific topics to explore. At the end of this chapter, you should know enough to:
Summarize the needs of the business plan
• Outline the steps to write a business plan
• Review techniques for preparing business task sheets
• Show examples of market analysis
• Identify the processes involved in the financial planning
• Establish stock type considerations
• Outlines how to include key personnel profiles in your business plan
• Evaluate the steps to develop a feasibility plan
• Find examples and definitions of enterprise goals
• Apply the Extended Elevator Spacing method to create a company description