Lawrence (Larry) Pfaff \ 'faf \

Office: DB-201T


The preferred method of contact is text. You may also phone or email, but you will get a quicker response if you text first.

Office hours via Zoom

Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays: 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm (text me first, so I know to join)

details for your class may be accessed on the courses home page


The first thing to do is to Check out the syllabus.


Murach's HTML5 and CSS3, 5th Edition, by Anne Boehm and Zak Ruvalcaba, Murach Pub. ISBN: 978-1-943872-86-2 (You must purchase the 5th Edition, previous versions are not compatible)

Lab Manual

Electronic Lab Manual for Murach's HTML5 and CSS3, by Anne Boehm and Zak Ruvalcaba, Yuzu Pub. ISBN: 978-1-943872-92-3

Laptop Loan

Students who need a laptop or webcam can apply for one by visiting and completing the form.

How the course works here in Canvas

  • Go to the Modules area (see the navigation bar on the left) and read the information under Module 1.
  • Check the Calendar for due dates.
  • Use the Assignments area to find the DropBox you should use to submit your work.
  • Check back at least twice a week to see if there are any new announcements, if you have received feedback on an assignment, or if any other information has been sent to your Inbox.


This course is challenging but also a lot of fun. I'm sure you'll agree with me once you start creating your web pages, culminating in a whole website you design and build yourself!

Textbook Information

Please note that the textbook (Murach's HTML5/CSS3) and the Lab Manual are required for this class. You will need the e-version of the lab manual. There is a printed version of the lab manual, but it does not provide you with color versions of the images required to complete the homework assignments. You can purchase the printed lab manual as an additional resource, but you will need to buy the e-version of the lab manual.

The best place to purchase the textbook and lab manual is at the Santa Fe College Bookstore: