Are you interested in web development? Cool, you can learn web development even as a complete beginner with no coding experience.
It's challenging to know the ideal way of learning coding, as there several resources out there. In any case, at this moment, all you want is the basics of web development–and overall clarification with some course on where to head straightaway.
What you should expect from this course
In this course, we'll cover:
- The basic principles of web development
- How to use HTML tags, elements and understand their syntax
- How to use CSS with stylesheets with best practices
- Principles of good web design
How to improve on this?
- This course does not assume any previous knowledge or experience with web development, mainly for beginners.
- All Articles will be a gentle introduction to the basic terminology and concepts of web development. After reading these topics, you should have enough knowledge to create your website using HTML and CSS.
Prerequisites for this course
- This course is designed for beginners who want to learn web development but have no prior language knowledge.
- The only thing you need to get the best out of this course is a computer, web browser and an Internet connection. Everything else will be taught within this course.
We focus on teaching how to get started with web development. We start from scratch and gradually move towards more advanced topics.
This ensures that you learn different aspects of web development at a pace that suits your needs to make sure that you understand everything step by step without feeling overwhelmed or lost at any point in time.
“Learning to write programs stretches your mind, and helps you think better, creates a way of thinking about things that I think is helpful in all domains.” - Bill Gates
List of topics published
I'll update this section at whatever point there is a related post, which can be an index.
Each of the articles referenced beneath is arranged in a specific order. Likewise, you can generally skip a particular topic and push ahead, yet I suggest you go through them once.