HTML, CSS, and JavaScript Projects: Sidebar & Navbar Menus

Construct responsive sidebar and navbar menus while learning the fundamentals of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript (JS)
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Learn how to create a Responsive Sidebar and Navbar menus from scratch using only HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, and without the use of any third-party libraries.
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Welcome to the course which is intended for anyone who is interested in learning about creating a Responsive Sidebar and a Responsive Navbar using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.

Greetings, everyone. My name is Sahand, and I've been working as a programmer for more than fifteen years.

This course was developed to allow me to share my knowledge and experience with you.

This course is intended to help you become more familiar with the concept of responsive design, and I hope you will find it to be beneficial.

After completing this course, you will be able to complete two projects: the first will be a beautiful and responsive sidebar created entirely with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, which will allow website users to add and remove (toggle) the sidebar by clicking on the bars and removing the Sidebar using the closing button; and the second project will be a Responsive Navbar created entirely with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, which will allow website users to toggle the menu by clicking on the bars.

Introduction to Visual Studio Code and its necessary extensions is covered in detail in the first section of this course, which is straightforward and easy to follow.

Afterwards, we'll create an SVG logo and write the HTML code for it.

As soon as you have finished with the HTML, you will move on to the CSS section and learn how to use the Font Awesome extension.

This project will teach you many skills, such as how to create an SEO-friendly logo and use Font Awesome, as well as some essential JavaScript methods used on most websites, such as the addeventlistener method and toggle.

Even if you do not have any prior knowledge of HTML, CSS, or JavaScript before beginning the course, you will be perfectly fine. 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 Sidebar and Navbar.

So, if you're as enthusiastic as I am about learning how to create a Responsive Sidebar and a Responsive Navbar, as well as the fundamentals of HTML, CSS and JavaScript, then let's get started.

Who this course is for:

  • Students who wish to design a visually appealing sidebar and navbar menus using only HTML, CSS, and JavaScript are encouraged to participate.
  • Students who are new to JavaScript and would like to learn the fundamentals of the language will benefit from this course.

Course content

3 sections14 lectures1h 8m total length
  • What you're going to get from this course?
  • Installing Vscode and its extensions
  • Creating the logo of the website


Web Developer
Dr. Sahand Ghavidel
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  • 227,341 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.