Create your first portfolio and host it live - for beginners
What you'll learn
- Develop static website
- Apply styles using css
- Basic Programming Concepts - Conditional Statements
- Basic Programming Concepts - Iterative Statements
- Arrays And Functions
- Various Events
- Should know how to use computer
HTML And CSS
Do you know! what ever you see on a website in your browser is purely html and css. If you are really interested in learning website development using any technology weather it is Asp.Net, Java or Php, the basic thing that you should know is HTML and CSS. More over if you want to develop your own static website with contact us form then this course teaches you the best.
In this course we will start with the concept why we need HTML then we dive into tags river and will cover comments, page information, document structure, links, text markup, lists, forms and images. We take start of css with why and goes for various types of styling techniques in web design and move ahead with various selectors and design a beautiful menu from scratch and finally end with designing and hosting a static web site.
So, no worries! we made it damn simple for you to master it :)
TypeScript : Yes! TypeScript is the base for Angular2+ , If you want to enter into the world of Angular 2, 4, 5, ... then the first step is to understand TypeScript.
I am going to make it very simple for you to learn and implement it.
What are you waiting for? just join into this course and make the buzz word of the market a part of your profile.
Who this course is for:
- Any one who is interested in web development.
Manzoor is a Microsoft Certified Trainer who has been working on MS .Net technologies for more than a decade. Apart from development he is also passionate about delivering training on various MS .Net technologies and he has 10+ years of experience as a software development teacher. He writes articles for code-project as well. His YouTube channel has 1 million hits. He is the founder of ManzoorTheTrainer portal.
"I focus on simplifying, complex concepts..." - ManzoorTheTrainer