Coding for Kids (In Easy Steps)
Friday, 07 June 2019

This full-color book written to appeal to those aged 8 years and up, demonstrates coding for web pages in clear examples. It begins by explaining how to make and test a basic web page, then demonstrates how to add text, pictures, links, tables, lists, and buttons to a web page. Author Mike McGrath then goes on to how to specify content color, font, position, and visibility.

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Having shown how to add functionality so that web pages can react to user actions, the final chapter brings everything together with a step-by-step example that builds a fun web page containing an interactive game for PC, tablet, or smartphone.

Author: Mike McGrath
Publisher: In Easy Steps
Date: February 2019
Pages: 192
ISBN: 978-1840788396
Print: 1840788399
Kindle: B07NVQXYCG
Audience: Kids wanting to code
Level: Introductory
Category: Web design and development

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