Learn the basics of Web Development, HTML, CSS and more
- Just the willing to learn about web
Do you have contact with websites, blogs, landing pages, other web platforms? Are you working with developers?
Is your work based on the internet but you're still insecure about many web development concepts?
Or maybe you're just a curious person who wants to know more about the web and maybe become a developer?
Then this course is for you. I'm teaching the basics of web development in an easy-to-follow manner.
This course is not only about coding, you'll learn important fundamentals about websites, the process of building a website, caching, IP address, front-end, and back-end development, CSM, site builders, analytics and much more.
What I want to achieve with this course is making people more confident when talking about web development. I remember when I first started my journey in coding, how everything seemed so confusing, I had no idea what the difference between frontend and backend meant, what is caching, and I was very insecure about getting into a conversation about any on this topics. But this doesn't have to happen with you, too. In just 30 minutes, you will be able to understand the basic concepts about web development and will understand the implications of HTML and CSS on a web page.
You won't finish this course as a developer, but you'll have the knowledge and the understanding of how everything is connected in the web development world.
Who this course is for:
- Marketeers or business people who have contact with websites, landing pages, blogs, analytics ad want to understand how web works
- Anyone who wants to learn more about web, understand basic web concepts and be able to code with HTML and CSS
I'm a solution architect and web developer with a background in Marketing.
I was always passionate about web so after college I immediately started working in Digital Marketing as a freelancer. I had to opportunity to gain skills in data analysis, SEO, social media, graphic design, branding and many more.
I soon realised that I need to learn more about web in order to master digital marketing. That's how I got to love Web Development and now my purpose is to build the bridge between Marketing and Web Development.
I'm currently working as a Solution Architect, and I notice everyday how smart, experienced marketeers and managers are not even familiar with basic concepts about web, so it makes it very hard for them to understand the complexity of an implementation.
Having a background in marketing and the experience in web development, I'm planning to bring these 2 worlds closer to each other and share my knowledge with as many people who have contact with the web.
Internet is here to stay and we should all invest more time in understanding how web works.