Learn to Code in HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript
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Learn to Code in HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript

The absolute beginner's tutorial on beginning web development using languages such as HTML, CSS, and JavaScript!
4.4 (7 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
1,405 students enrolled
Created by Serv the Dev
Last updated 11/2014
English
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Includes:
  • 2.5 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • By the end of the course, you will be able to create websites.
  • You will learn how to use JavaScript, HTML, and CSS.
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Requirements
  • A computer with a text and image editor.
Description

(If you think this course is what you would like to purchase, be sure to get it as quickly as possible as prices will rise on December 1.)

This course is for those who are new to or have just started using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. You will be learning how to use these languages to develop a basic website. With enough work and effort, this course will take around 2-3 weeks to complete. The course will start out with the basics, eventually incorporating all the techniques you have learned into a full-blown website. If you are just wanting to learn a bit of programming, or you eventually want to take a profession in web development, this is the perfect place to start.

This course is split into three sections, a introduction and basics of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript section, a section for more intermediate topics, and finally, a cumulative section where we'll build a website from scratch.

Who is the target audience?
  • Anybody can take this course, however, this course is intended for those who have little to no experience with these languages.
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Curriculum For This Course
17 Lectures
02:15:01
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The Basics
5 Lectures 20:51

I'll introduce you to what we'll be doing throughout the course, everything you'll need to complete this course, and what you'll be able to accomplish at the end of this course.

Preview 02:12

I'll talk about what kinds of tools you'll need to create a website, and I'll also give you my personal recommendations.

Link to Brackets website: http://brackets.io/

Preview 03:28

In this lecture, I'll be teaching some basic HTML syntax, as well as building a simple webpage step-by-step for you.

Preview 04:46

I'll teach you the basics of CSS and why you'd use it. We'll continue the website we started building in the last lecture.

CSS Syntax
03:24

I'll teach you some of the basics of JavaScript, such as functions and variables, and I'll incorporate this once again into the simple webpage we were building.

JavaScript Syntax
07:01

Put It All Together
5 questions
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Intermediate Topics
9 Lectures 01:16:37

JavaScript has a class called Object, the usage of which I will be teaching to you in this lecture.

JavaScript Objects
04:14

I'll be teaching you about flow control statements such as if, else, for, and while.

JavaScript Flow Control
10:30

I'll be teaching you about the CSS box model, which is a model for CSS design and layout.

CSS Box Model
09:15

So we've learned about basic HTML so far, but in this lecture I'll be talking about a few more topics in HTML.

More HTML
16:44

New in HTML5
13:08

I'll be teaching you about the JavaScript Math class, which consists of functions and variables such as square root, Pi, and sine.

JavaScript Math
05:33

In this lecture, you'll learn about the JavaScript Date class, which consists of several date-related functions.

JavaScript Date
05:02

In this lecture, I'll be teaching you the many aspects of JSArray, including how to declare, manipulate, and use it.

JavaScript Array
07:56

JavaScript RegExp
04:15

Putting It All Together
10 questions
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The Compilation
3 Lectures 37:33

In this series of three lectures, we'll be building a website from scratch in Brackets. We'll be incorporating all of the topics that you've learned over the entirety of this course.

Building a Full Website, Part 1
14:33

In this series of three lectures, we'll be building a website from scratch in Brackets. We'll be incorporating all of the topics that you've learned over the entirety of this course.

Building a Full Website, Part 2
10:44

In this series of three lectures, we'll be building a website from scratch in Brackets. We'll be incorporating all of the topics that you've learned over the entirety of this course.

Building a Full Website, Part 3
12:16
About the Instructor
Serv the Dev
4.4 Average rating
7 Reviews
1,426 Students
2 Courses
iOS Developer

I am a middle school Grade 8 student who currently is situated in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. I am also an iOS developer with many years of experience. I started out with web development in 2009, teaching myself HTML, JavaScript and CSS, but about 2 years later, I took an interest in iOS development instead. In terms of programming languages, I have experience in Java, C++, C, Objective-C, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and Swift.

In my free time, I enjoy designing and implementing applications, whether it be on the web or standalone, mobile or desktop. I am currently working on an iOS application that I would like to be published to the App Store. I also run a blog on WordPress that features news about Apple and the Internet, called Apple and the Web.

I have always enjoyed teaching things that I myself am proficient and skilled in, such as mathematics and computer-related topics, and I would love to share this knowledge with all interested students on Udemy.