First, students learn the structure of a web page and how to create mobile responsive sites that adapt to different screen sizes and devices. This will include an introduction to HTML, which is the markup language used to create basic web page structure. Students will learn various HTML elements and how to use them to create headings, paragraphs, lists, images, and other static content.
Next, students explore CSS, the language used for styling and layout customization. CSS works in conjunction with HTML to create visually appealing site designs that stand out. Here, students learn to effectively use CSS selectors, properties, and values. This will include an introduction to responsive web design and using CSS media queries to create web pages that adapt to different screen sizes.
The course will also cover more advanced topics such as building navigation components using HTML, creating forms using the post vs. get method, and working with DIVs, and IDs. We also cover styling images, backgrounds, borders, and text on top of images in CSS. Students will learn the different CSS positioning options (static, relative, absolute, fixed, float) and how to use them to create complex web page layouts.
This course is designed for students with little or no previous experience in web development, but it can also be beneficial for students who have some experience and are looking to improve their skills. With the knowledge and skills gained in this course, students will be prepared to take on more advanced web development projects and to continue learning about new web development technologies.