Responsive Navbar using HTML, CSS and JavaScript

Learn how to make a responsive navbar using pure HTML, CSS and JavaScript (no frameworks or library)
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Learn how to make a responsive navbar using HTML, CSS and JavaScript
Learn how to use font awesome
Learn the basics of HTML, CSS and JS
Get familiar with SEO friendly SVG logos
Learn how to toggle using JavaScript toggle method
Learn how to use querySelector and addEventListener in JavaScript

Requirements

  • There is no need for prior knowledge of HTML, CSS and Javascript

Description

Welcome to the course for learning how to create a responsive navbar using pure HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. my name is Sahand and I'm a web developer with over 15 years of programming experience. I created this course to share my experience with you. This course is made to help you get familiar with responsive designs.

By the end of this course, you'll be able to create a responsive navbar with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, which let the users toggle the menu by clicking on the bars. This course starts with a direct and simple guide on how to install the VScode and its essential extensions. Then we create the svg logo and write the HTML part. Once you finish the HTML, you'll then begin to work on the CSS and learn how to use font awesome. This project will teach you many skills like how to make a seo friendly logo and Font Awesome as well as some essential JavaScript methods like addeventlistener method and toggle which are being used in most websites. It is completely fine if you have no prior knowledge of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. A summary of the basics of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript is provided in the course. This is a short course that will teach you about HTML, CSS, and JavaScript while building a simple but practical navbar.

If you are excited as I am to learn about how to create a responsive navbar and learn the basics of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, then let’s get started.






Who this course is for:

  • The students who want to learn how create a responsive navbar using pure HTML, CSS and JavaScript

Course content

2 sections9 lectures37m total length
  • What you're going to get from this course?
    01:34
  • Installing Vscode and its extensions
    03:54

Instructor

Web Developer
Dr. Sahand Ghavidel
  • 3.6 Instructor Rating
  • 75,902 Reviews
  • 236,119 Students
  • 8 Courses

Sahand Ghavidel holds degrees in Mathematics, Electrical, and Computer Science, and earned a doctoral degree from Faculty of Engineering and IT, University of Technology Sydney.

Sahand has researched for more than 10 years about artificial algorithms and  optimization. He has won several awards for his outstanding research and has published more than 40 ISI journals and attended to many international conferences.

The number of people using and citing Sahand's publications is significantly high which is more than 1600 citations, according to google scholar (April, 2021). He was also awarded the outstanding reviewer in the international journal called "International Journal of Electrical Power & Energy Systems" with CiteScore of 5.79 in recognition of his contributions added to the quality of the journal.

Sahand has more than 15 years of programming experience. The first programming language he learned was visual basic when he was just 12 years old. Since then, he has made hundreds of websites, and apps with different programming languages like JavaScript and Python.