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Web Design: An Introduction


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Course content

34 Lessons

Introduction to Web Design and Programming

Introduction to Web Design
Introduction to Web Development

Web File Management


HTML Attributes and Images

CSS – Styling Tags

CSS – Page Layout

Nav Bars

Publishing Websites

Designing with Sections


Responsive Design

Front End Frameworks

Content Management Systems


Welcome to a brand new series on web development. I will be teaching you how to become a web developer through this course. We will be learning HTML, CSS, Javascript for frontend development and PHP for backend development.

I will focus on making this series a practical one with including just the needed theory behind it. We will focus on making a personal website using all the technologies we have on our disposal.

These Course includes Practical and Assessments in a Digital Programing Lab for further Coding Experience

This beginner’s roadmap lays out all the basics for web development. We’re going to go through each step–from figuring out what code editor to use, to what JavaScript framework or back-end language you can pick up. And we’ll also include links to resources where you can learn these skills.

The fact is, if you’re just starting out, all you need to know right now are the basics. You really don’t need to know every single technology, tool, or language in existence right from the get-go. (You’ll cross that bridge when you come to it, believe me!)

By the end of this guide, you’ll have an understanding of the basics of web development, what skills you need to know, and where to find them!

1: What is web development: How websites work, front-end vs back-end, code editor‌‌

2: Basic front-end: HTML, CSS, and JavaScript‌‌

3: Tools: Package managers, build tools, version control‌‌

4a: Additional front-end: Sass, responsive design, JavaScript frameworks‌‌

4b: Basic back-end: Server and database management, programming language

In this roadmap, I recommend doing Steps 1, 2, and 3 in order. Then, depending on whether you want to focus on more front-end or back-end, you can do steps 4a or 4b in any order.

What to learn?

Students will learn and practice web design using HTML and other programming language


  • Students must have background knowledge on basic computer applications and more ability to think and be creative

Target Audience

  • Students and Workers


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