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The Complete Front-End Web Development Course!

Get started as a front-end web developer using HTML, CSS, JavaScript, jQuery, and Bootstrap!
Instructor:
Joseph Delgadillo
197,824 students enrolled
English
Build a simple HTML text site
Style web pages using CSS
Program websites with JavaScript
Build a Pipboy using Bootstrap
Build and publish a Google Chrome Extension

If you would like to get started as a front-end web developer, you are going to LOVE this course! Work on projects ranging from a simple HTML page to a complete JavaScript based Google Chrome extension. We will cover the following technologies in this course:

  • Web development basics with HTML
  • Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)
  • JavaScript programming
  • jQuery JavaScript library
  • Bootstrap framework

We will work on 3 class projects throughout this course:

Simple text site – We will use what we learned in the HTML sections to create a simple text site. This project will help you learn HTML structure and the essential elements.

Fallout inspired Pip-Boy – We will take what we learned in the CSS and Bootstrap sections of the course to code a Pip-Boy from the game Fallout. This project will help you learn the design elements of modern web development.

Google Chrome extension – We will finish the course by programming a JavaScript based Google Chrome extension. This project will help you understand the logical parts of web development.

This course covers the most popular web development frameworks, and will get you started on your path towards becoming a full-stack web developer!

Still not sold? Check out a few of the awesome reviews this course has received!

“Excellent Course! Highly Recommend It! Such a great hands on experience with this course.”

“Very nice course, covers all the stuff you need, good voice and good explanation makes it perfect for people that are new to HTML. Also there’s some best practices recommendations which are useful even for advanced developers.”

“Excellence in giving the optimal set of tools for web development beginners seeking a well-rounded start for professional web development.”

Thank you for taking the time to read this, and we hope to see you in the course!

Welcome to the Course!

1
Introduction to the course
2
Atom setup

Web Development Basics - HTML

1
HTML document structure
2
HTML elements - div and span
3
HTML elements - i, b, p, and a
4
HTML elements - ul, li, and ol
5
HTML elements - header and footer
6
HTML elements - section, main, and article
7
HTML elements - h1-h6 and aside
8
HTML tables
9
Project #1 - HTML text site

Advanced HTML Concepts

1
Images
2
Forms
3
Inputs
4
Checkboxes
5
Radio buttons
6
Select, option, and buttons
7
HTML5 videos
8
HTML5 audio
9
Doctypes
10
Meta tags

Introduction to Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)

1
Targeting color and background
2
Element specificity
3
ID targeting, margin, and border
4
Padding, margin, and float
5
Max-width and background-image
6
Switching over to an IDE
7
Font weight, style, and family
8
Text decorations
9
Text spacing
10
Text decoration modification
11
Text shadow

Advanced CSS

1
Pseudo-states
2
Border radius
3
Positions
4
Pseudo-elements
5
Z-index
6
Viewpoint width and height, overflowing content
7
Transition property

JavaScript for Beginners

1
Intro to JavaScript
2
Alerts and console logging
3
Integers, strings, and variables
4
Undefined variables and modifying values of variables
5
Boolean operators
6
Comparing values
7
If statements
8
For loops
9
Defining functions
10
Event handling
11
Setting an elements innerHTML

More JavaScript Concepts

1
Arrays pt.1
2
Arrays pt.2
3
Arrays pt.3
4
Textareas and getting the value of inputs
5
Functions - parameters and return values
6
Multiple parameters in functions
7
Flexible function parameters
8
Exercise - find the missing number
9
Exercise solution
10
Classes explained
11
Class constructor, instance variables, and static variables
12
Extending classes

Getting Started with jQuery

1
jQuery setup
2
Targeting elements
3
Event handling
4
Dropdown menus
5
Making our dropdown disappear
6
Multiple targets, events, and attr method
7
Prepend, append, and html
8
preventDefault
9
event.which and switch properties
10
Custom context menu, pageY, and pageX
11
is method

More jQuery

1
Writing our own version of jQuery
2
Find method
3
First and last
4
Focusin and focusout
5
Contains, is, and hasClass
6
Each method
7
Callbacks
8
CSS

Bootstrap Basics

1
Bootstrap setup
2
Navbar pt.1
3
Navbar pt.2
4
Forms pt.1
5
Forms pt.2
6
Buttons

Project #2 - Pipboy from Fallout 4

1
Setup
2
Navbar
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