About this course
Thank you for participating in the course "FRONT-END WEB DEVELOPMENT" is. We hope you will really enjoy this course, and true to its name, you will set yourself up to be the first website.
Through this course, we will lead you to set the first steps into the world of programming. Although this is the simplest form of programming, you will still learn a lot of things and that will be the foundation for you to learn good programming in the following subjects. Although now with the development of web technology, you can completely design a website that does not have to know programming, simply drag and drop operations. But that way you can just create the website according to the fixed form, if you want to control any component of the site according to their own, then you need to learn this sport.
Front-End Web Development
Duration estimated study:
- Build one website from clueless.
- Initially be familiar with programming in a simple
- Write scripts with user interaction
Part 1: Introduction and working with HTML
- Introduction to the basic concepts related to website design; instructions on how to create a site structure based on HTML.
- Use the main source from Codecademy courses - HTML & CSS (UMass Amherst same - Journalism Online and W3Schools - HTML)
Part 2: Introduction and working with CSS
- Guide the stylesheet (decoration) components of the site; how to create a layout for the site.
- Use the main source from Codecademy courses - HTML & CSS (UMass Amherst same - Journalism Online and W3Schools - CSS)
Part 3: Introduction to JS JS And Fundamentals
- About JavaScipt scripting language, writing some simple scripts.
- Using resources from UMass Amherst Main - Journalism Online and Youtube
List mentorYou can view information here
Below is the list of all free massive open online learning sources (MOOC) used for this course by FUNiX: UMass MOOC, eHow, Chris Walker, LearnToProgram: Become a Web or Mobile Developer, programminghelporg, thenewboston.
All open learning sources used in FUNiX training program are public, constantly updated and freely used. FUNiX is always willing to receive and discuss any comments, suggestions and responses related to our learning sources via email firstname.lastname@example.org.