Web Development with HTML, CSS and JavaScript

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Web Development

About this course

Children of the 21st century are surrounded by technology at all of the important steps of their lives and programming is at its core. The pace at which the world is moving, one can safely say that knowing how to program is fast becoming one of the most popular and sought-after skills. Not only does it prepare them for the future but it also boosts their creativity, logical thinking ability, and expands the horizons of their minds.

In this course, you’ll learn to make websites using HTML, to style your HTML websites using cascading style sheets, and to make your website interactive using JavaScript.
You’ll learn the box model that describes how websites are laid out by browsers in detail and then learn about the Document Object Model,
which your JavaScript code will interact with to dynamically change your web pages.
You will have quizzes and projects after every new topic will be introduced. You will create multiple web applications during this course like the “About Me” webpage, photography website, calculator application, MCQ quiz application, weather prediction application

What you will learn

  • HTML tags and attributes
  • Styling web pages using CSS
  • CSS classes and ids for styling web page elements
  • Layouts in CSS, including the box model and responsive design
  • Using JavaScript to make interactive web pages
  • The Document Object Model

By the end of the course, you‘ll be able to…

Produce HTML web page using suitable tags and attributes
Add styling to HTML code using CSS
Explain the advantages of CSS compared to inline styling
Apply classes and ids to style a website
Model web pages using the box model
Demonstrate how to use the Document Object Model (DOM) to access an element of a web page
Produce interactive web applications using JavaScript

Who is this course for?

This course is for anyone who wants to learn web development from scratch it requires very minimal knowledge of software development concepts as a prerequisite. It is designed for teachers delivering lessons and for beginner programmers looking to start using HTML and JavaScript.

To take this course, you need to be familiar with basic programming structures such as loops and if statements, but you don’t need any experience of HTML, CSS, or JavaScript.

What will you get on completion?

  • Certificate of Achievement for completing the course.