Molly Elizabeth at Udemy

Last week Molly Elizabeth of Udemy contacted me to ask if I would look over a new, free HTML5 guide recently posted on the Udemy blog by Mark Lassoff.

I’ve been mighty busy with my two sons, Aiden, 2.5 years old, and Joshua, just 8 months and I failed to respond. But Molly would not be deterred. She emailed me three times.

Good for you, Molly! I love that kind of persistence from anyone who is not a bill collector.

Udemy, for those who don’t know, is an online learning site replete with courses of all kinds, including a wide offering of coding courses. The link she sent me above lands on a really basic HTML guide for the rawest of beginners. It is essentially just a teaser for the paid course, but it does offer a starting point and is worth a look for total newbies. I liked that he included a bit about displaying media because newbies always seem to want to embed audio or video on day one.

So I want to thank Molly for pulling my coat to that and for inspiring me to take a fresh look at the entire course catalogue at Udemy. The number of free courses at Udemy is impressive. Below are some I intend to check out:

Thanks, Molly.

Web Tutorials

You can learn just about anything about Web development online for free.

For learning basic HTML, CSS and JavaScript, start at Codecademy. For me it was time well spent.

Other helpful general knowledge sites include:

Further Reading: