Modern organizations depend heavily on the web to perform core business operations such as marketing, advertising, and selling products, providing services, and communicating with customers, partner organizations, and employees. Whatever you're creating on the web, HTML, CSS, and JavaScript™ likely play an important role. These three languages provide the core toolkit for anyone looking to perform web development work. This course covers the fundamentals of web development using these three languages.

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Learning Objectives

In this course, you will develop web content in HTML, enhance its formatting and layout using CSS, and add interactivity using JavaScript. You will:
Set up the tools and resources you need to perform Web Development.
Create web pages in HTML, constructing valid, well-formed elements, including navigation links, sections, titles, and semantic markup.
Enhance HTML content with tables, images, movies, and audio.
Apply styles to HTML elements using CSS.
Use CSS to format the edges, size, position, and layering of HTML elements.
Apply complex style rules using advanced CSS selectors, including pseudo-class selectors, structural selectors, and pseudo-element selectors.
Create complex layouts using CSS newspaper style columns, grid layouts, and flexible box layouts.
Improve the quality of web content, including adaptability (different displays and devices), searchability, usability, and accessibility.
Submit data through URL query strings and web forms for processing by a web application server.
Write JavaScript code to make web pages more interactive, perform data processing tasks directly in the browser, and manipulate items in the current web page.
Write JavaScript code to iterate through collections of elements in a page to get and set their attributes and add event listener code.
Use third-party libraries and frameworks for web front-end development.

1
  • Setting Up Your Web Development Environment

  • Topic A: Prepare Your Web Platform
    Topic B: Prepare Your Web Development Tools and Processes
    Topic C: Monitor the Web Request-Response Cycle

2
  • Creating Web Content in HTML

  • Topic A: Create a Basic Web Page
    Topic B: Provide Navigation Links Between Web Pages
    Topic C: Improve Web Page Structure and Navigation

3
  • Adding Tables and Multimedia Content to a Web Page

  • Topic A: Create a Table
    Topic B: Embed Images, Movies, and Audio in a Web Page

4
  • Applying Styles to Web Content

  • Topic A: Apply Styles to HTML
    Topic B: Create a Style Sheet
    Topic C: Use Web Fonts

5
  • Controlling Edges, Size, and Position

  • Topic A: Format Element Edges and Corners
    Topic B: Control an Element's Height and Width
    Topic C: Control an Element's Position and Layering
    Topic D: Normalize and Reset Browser CSS Defaults

6
  • Applying Complex Style Rules

  • Topic A: Use Advanced Selectors
    Topic B: Manage User Interface States
    Topic C: Make Structure Apparent to Users
    Topic D: Use CSS Pseudo-Element Selectors

7
  • Creating Complex Layouts

  • Topic A: Use CSS to Create Newspaper Style Columns
    Topic B: Use CSS to Create Grid Layouts
    Topic C: Use CSS to Create Flexible Box Layouts

8
  • Improving Web Content

  • Topic A: Adjust the Layout for a Wide Variety of Devices
    Topic B: Perform Basic Search Engine Optimization
    Topic C: Test Your Website

9
  • Submitting Data to a Web Server for Processing

  • Topic A: Submit Data Through a URL
    Topic B: Submit Data Through a Web Form

10
  • Writing JavaScript Code

  • Topic A: Add JavaScript to a Web Page
    Topic B: Perform Operations on Data
    Topic C: Program Repetitive Tasks
    Topic D: Manipulate DOM Objects

11
  • Enumerating and Processing Collections of Elements

  • Topic A: Enumerate Elements
    Topic B: Attach Events Through Code

12
  • Using Third-Party Libraries and Frameworks

  • Topic A: Use a Third-Party JavaScript Library
    Topic B: Create a Web Page Based on a Third-Party Framework

Audience

This course covers a broad scope, giving students a general understanding of the tools and processes involved in web development, while focusing on HTML, CSS, and JavaScript—the core languages used in front-end web development. Therefore, this course will be of interest to anyone looking to get started in web development. While no prior programming or web development experience is required, target students should have good foundational computer skills. This course is designed for any business professional with solid Windows-based end-user computing skills who would like to gain a firm technical understanding of the core languages and tools used in web development. Because web technologies are used in many different types of organizations and job roles, this course will appeal to many different types of people.

Language

English

Prerequisites

This course assumes that students have strong experience working with computers. Previous experience programming in other languages is helpful, but not required for students to benefit from this course.

$1,580

Length: 4.0 days (32 hours)

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