Start your frontend development journey by implementing HTML5 and CSS3 concepts in complete hands-on based approach.

This course includes:

  • 9.5 hours on-demand video
  • 1 article
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of completion

Description

If you have been thinking about learning web development or you have been thinking of becoming full-stack developer then this is the course that will not just teach you rather make you implement each and every concept of CSS3 like a pro.

Many of the students just shy away from frontend technologies because they think it’s not their cup of tea, but this course will break that perception and will make you a developer by teaching you how to implement the concepts without the need of being remembering anything.

The topics that will be covered in the course are:

  • Introduction to web development
  • Client-server architecture
  • Three-tier architecture
  • What is HTML
  • What is CSS
  • What is JavaScript
  • Local development environment setup with industry-standard tools
  • Plugins and techniques to speed up development
  • Debugging skills
  • Structure of HTML page
  • HML tag and concept of attributes
  • Various components of HTML document
  • Meta tag and its importance
  • Head tag
  • Link tag
  • Script tag
  • Inline, Embedded, External styling
  • Linking external stylesheet in your Html
  • Using developer tools and knowing various components of it
  • Different types of CSS selectors
  • How to use fonts, colors, border, background style
  • Box model in CSS
  • How to solve problems due to box model
  • Margin and Padding in CSS
  • Display and Visibility
  • Different types of positions in CSS
  • Float and Clear
  • Usage of z-index property
  • Creating layouts using Flexbox
  • Responsive web design using media queries
  • Different types of pseudo-selectors and their usages
  • Box shadow and Text shadow
  • Animation and Keyframes
  • Transition and its types
  • Transformation and its types
  • You will get the complete source code so that if you get any doubts anywhere you can just refer the source code.