Or maybe you’re coding already and want to take things to the next level?
The course starts with the fundamentals. I’ll show you insider tips to work quickly and efficiently with web technologies like HTML5, CSS3 and Python. Once you’ve got that locked down, I’ll show you how to build your own responsive websites using more advanced techniques such as jQuery PHP 7, MySQL 5 and Twitter Bootstrap.
By then you’ll be developing blogs and eCommerce sites with WordPress, and learn smart ways to add dynamic content, using APls to connect to sites such as Google Maps and Facebook.
As we all know, the best way to learn is to do, so you’ll complete fun website challenges at every turn. Plus, as you fly through the course, you’ll use your skills to put a site together as you go. The final challenge is a full Twitter clone.
Over 12 chapters you will learn:
How does the web work?
Setting up your (free) hosting
CMSs and WordPress
Putting it all together: Making a Twitter clone
Bonus Chapter: How to make $10,000 while learning to code
Build Websites and Web Apps
Build HTML-based mobile apps
Get a job as a junior web developer
Bid for projects on freelance websites
Start their own online business
Be a comfortable front-end developer
Be proficient with databases and server-side languages
Duckett, J. (2014). HTML & CSS: Design and Build Web Sites. Wiley.