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Just 3 Things: HTML and CSS w/ Curt Rode

Friday Sep 20 | 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Hey TCU!

The time has come to announce our next “Just 3 Things” Workshop. Due to the strong response we had last time around, we’re going to focus again on the very basics of HTML and CSS, the foundational languages for web site development. No experience needed whatsoever.

Curious (or need a refresher)? Then please join us on Friday, September 20th, 2019 (from 12 to 1). Seats are limited and a simple lunch will be provided, so please RSVP no later than noon on Monday, September 16th, 2019 (

You’re more than welcome to use the CDEx’s laptops for the workshop, but feel free to bring your own machine if you prefer. If you do plan to use your own laptop, please make sure a current version of Brackets is fully loaded before you arrive. It’s free and available here: Unfortunately, we won’t have time during the workshop itself to help you load or update your software.

Questions, please send them to Otherwise, see you all at 12:00 pm on September 20, 2019 in Schar 2003.

And while I have you on the line, please keep an eye out for our second “Just 3 Things” Workshop of the semester, this time on Friday, October 25th. On that day, Jason Helms will take use through the basics of Frakencoding. What exactly is Frankencoding? Stay tuned to this channel to find out!

One last thing! Not really into into HTML and CSS but have another digital project you’d like our help with? No problem. Just let us know how we can help by completing this blissfully short request form:

Thanks for your interest in and support of the CDEx (the Center for Digital Expression).

Scharbauer Hall

Scharbauer Hall
2855 Main Drive
Fort Worth, TX 76129

About AddRan College of Liberal Arts

Just 3 Things: HTML and CSS w/ Curt Rode
Mission To advance life-long learning and discovery in the humanities and social sciences and to develop critical thinking, analytical, and communication skills that prepare students for successful careers in our global society.  Vision To become a liberal arts college nationally recognized for innovative learning and critical inquiry that enhances our environment, improves the human condition, and develops ethical leaders.

Questions about this event?

Kelli Gill


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