‘One-Day Website’ class to be offered at WCU

Local residents will have an opportunity to learn how to develop a website in “The One-Day Website,” a class that will be offered from 9 a.m. until 4:30 p.m., Aug. 17, by Western Carolina University’s Office of Continuing Education.

The class will meet in Room 137 of the Cordelia Camp Building. The cost of the class is $59, which includes lunch.

Participants will learn to design, create, publish and maintain the files needed for a free personal website by establishing a free account on Tripod.com. Using the features, options, templates and tools available in their accounts, students will define text, images and tables according to their needs. No book, program download or special computer skills are required.

learn.wcu.edu or 828.227.7397.

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