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Today, W3C opens registration for a new free session of the W3C course on Responsive Web Design. This course leads students step by step through an approach that focuses on HTML and CSS to make Web sites work across diverse viewport sizes. These are the fundements you need to understand in the most logic and efficient way what responsive design is about and how to create responsive designs that work.
Sponsored by Intel® XDK and taught by acclaimed trainer Frances de Waal, this Responsive Web Design course starts Friday 20 January for 4 weeks, and is free of charge. Use the voucher code INTELRWD2 when registering to the course. The number of seats is limited to 100 so register quickly!
During this course, you are invited to use, develop, emulate, test-on-device and build responsive Web sites and apps thanks to the Intel® XDK, developed by Intel®, the sponsor of this course. The Intel® XDK is a free, integrated, and front-to-back HTML5 app development environment for true cross-platform apps for multiple app stores, and form factor devices.