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Beginner’s Web Development Class with Shazia Mistry


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For those of you interested in learning more about web development, regular reader Shazia Mistry is running a web development class for beginners:

This is a practical web development class for beginners, discussing the basics of html and website design, and then focusing on how to set up a blog, online store, and forum, and customize the look and feel of it.

It’s a great class for bloggers who want to maintain their own site, or for online store owners, or for someone who is interested in web development as a business but just wants to try it out first, without too much of a commitment.

For those of you interested in learning more about this class, check out the course registration page. And keep us posted on what you learn! :D

Any questions, get in touch with Shaz.

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    On May 16th, 2007 at 12:49 am, lornadoone said:

    Wow. That class looks totally awesome! (Forgive my 1980s linguistic regression.) I’m going to see if I can scrape together enough money for that. It looks so perfect for me . . . I’m such a “big picture” person, so I love to know how all the little pieces fit together and what they add up to. I’ll bet it’s a tax write off at the end of the year, too! Thanks for the information.

    On May 17th, 2007 at 9:02 am, Amanda said:

    That is actually really helpful for a lot of people. Very nice!

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