Certificates of Completion at Build a Module.com and 12 New CSS Videos

Example of a Certficiate of Completion

Have you been up all night, alone, plugging away at one of Build a Moudle.com's extensive video courses and find yourself a little giddy to be watching that last video, wishing that somehow you could share the awesomeness of this moment with the world, this moment where you graduate from Viewer to Doer? Maybe no one will see you do the little happy dance, maybe no one will see you wag your finger at the screen and say "Ha! I own you!" But, with our new Certificates of Completion (slash Awesomeness) you can at least share the achievement.

When you finish a course, or if you've already completed some courses, just head over to the certificate page and select the courses you've completed. We'll in turn e-mail you a high-resolution, printable PDF stamped with your name, the course you completed, and the date. And the certificate looks official enough to hang next to your doctorate on your wall of impressiveness.

One of the reasons we put together this feature is because some companies will reimburse their employees for training material only if there is some kind of certificate of completion involved. If you haven't already and are currently employed, consider checking with your company to see if they have the same kind of offer.

Check out the Certificates of Completion (slash Awesomeness) page

Send us a photo with you and your certificate and get $10 off your next purchase!

For the next 2 weeks only, if you send us a photo with you and your Certificate of Completion, we'll send you a coupon for $10 off your next purchase at Build a Module.com, good on Memberships, DVDs and Downloads.

12 New videos on working with CSS

A new chapter in the "Build Your First Drupal 7 Web Site" collection focuses on creating blocks with custom content and displaying them only in certain places. We also look at Image Styles, a Drupal feature that allows you to automatically crop, resize, or perform other modifications to images on the fly. If you've never seen Image Styles in action before, this will be a lot of fun.