The Web Developers Course For Beginners

The Web Developers Course For Beginners

English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 22 Hours | 7.52 GB

Learn web development from scratch using HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Php, MySQL And Bootstrap. The Web Developers Course For Beginners. In this course, I’ll teach you all the basics that I think you need to know before choosing your long-term learning path in web development. After taking this course, you will understand how the web works and how you can take part in building it. We’ll also go over some of the tools and languages necessary for web development including:
  • HTML,
  • CSS,
  • Javascript,
  • Php,
  • MySQL and
  • Frameworks such as bootstrap and jQuery
Go from zero-code to an in-demand junior web developer. The introduction to web development courses aims to give you the knowledge and skills to start developing your own websites and web applications. The website development course also effectively focuses on the practical application of the technologies used in web design and development. Further, we teach the best skills you need to kickstart your career as a UI developer, Front-end developer and a web programming expert. From web application development fundamentals to launching full-stack web apps, you’ll learn to solve problems with code while applying top industry practices in a collaborative environment. What you’ll learn
  • Learn front-end and back-end dev
  • Build and style interactive sites
  • Communicate with web developers
  • Learn bootstrap development with HTML, CSS AND JAVASCRIPT and More!
  • Learn deeply php and mysql
  • Styling web pages using CSS
  • Layouts in CSS, including the box model and responsive design
  • Explain the advantages of CSS compared to inline styling
  • Model web pages using the box model
  • Using JavaScript to make interactive web pages
  • The Document Object Model
  • Use the Document Object Model (DOM) to modify pages
  • Apply responsive design to enable page to be viewed by various devices
  • Demonstrate how to use the Document Object Model (DOM) to access an element of a web page
  • Live projects demonstration
+ Table of Contents

Getting Started
1 Tools

HTML
2 Introduction
3 My First Web Page Explanation
4 My First Web Page
5 HTML – Line breaks, spacing, and comments
6 HTML – Ordered and Unordered lists
7 HTML – Creating a table
8 Creating a web link
9 HTML – Creating links within same web page
10 HTML – Adding a image to a web page
11 HTML – Resizing and sizing images
12 HTML – Nested elements
13 HTML – One-line text box
14 HTML – Add label to text box
15 HTML – Multi-line text box
16 HTML – Radio buttons
17 HTML – Checkbox
18 HTML – Number input box
19 HTML – Drop-down list
20 HTML – Date and number box
21 HTML – Fieldbox and Legend elements
22 HTML – Attributes
23 HTML – The meta element
24 HTML – Escape characters
25 HTML – Bold and italic elements
26 HTML – iframe element
27 HTML – sup and sub elements
28 HTML – Title and alt attributes
29 HTML – Audio element
30 HTML – Audio element attributes
31 HTML – Video element
32 HTML 5 – doctype

Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)
33 Introduction
34 Changing font type, color, and size
35 Multiple selectors and writing rule for more than one element
36 Add a line to header and border property
37 Inheritance and overriding
38 Using Classes in CSS
39 More on Classes in CSS
40 Font Family
41 The Font Weight Property
42 Using an external style sheet
43 Text-decoration property
44 Italic fonts
45 Web Colors
46 Using inline style
47 More on Font sizes
48 Line height property
49 CSS Box Model Part 1
50 CSS Box Model Part 2
51 CSS Box Model Part 3
52 CSS Box Model Part 4
53 Background image property
54 The ID Attribute
55 The text align property
56 Border Property Part 1
57 Border Property Part 2
58 The DIV element
59 The SPAN element
60 Add content page and reuse some of our CSS classes
61 Special effects
62 Block and Inline elements
63 Block and Inline elements Part 2
64 Block and Inline elements Part 3
65 Floating an element
66 Absolute position for an element
67 Fixed position for an element
68 The overflow property
69 The cursor property
70 Custom cursor
71 Text and images
72 Relative positioning
73 Vertical menu
74 Vertical menu Part 2
75 Horizontal menu
76 A nice button
77 The inline-block
78 Web Forms Part 1
79 Web Forms Part 2
80 Review and descendant selector – Selectors Part 1
81 Child selectors – Selectors Part 2
82 Strategies – Selectors Part 3
83 Sibling selector – Selectors Part 4
84 Attribute Selector – Selectors Part 5
85 nth child Selector – Selectors Part 6
86 Working against a DIV
87 not Selector – Selectors Part 7
88 first Selector – Selectors Part 8
89 Linear gradients
90 Lets combine opacity and gradient
91 text shadow
92 box shadow
93 CSS Layout – Introduction
94 CSS Layout – Styling the body
95 CSS Layout – Adding header and navigation section
96 CSS Layout – Adding the main content section
97 CSS Layout – Adding the sidebar
98 CSS Layout – Adding additional content panels
99 CSS Layout – Image sidebar
100 CSS Layout – Add effects to the Image sidebar
101 CSS Layout – Adding the footer
102 CSS Layout – Organizing the stylesheet
103 CSS Layout – Navigation bar and buttons
104 CSS Layout – Finishing the buttons
105 CSS Layout – Working in the header
106 CSS Layout – Working in the footer
107 CSS Layout – Source control
108 CSS Layout – The Fixed Layout
109 CSS Layout – The Fixed Layout Part 2
110 CSS Layout – The Fixed Layout Part 3
111 CSS Layout – Adding a logo to the layout
112 CSS Layout – Media queries
113 CSS Layout – Media queries Part 2
114 CSS Layout – Media queries Part 3
115 CSS Layout – Media queries Part 4

JavaScript
116 Introduction
117 Statements
118 Variables Part 1
119 Variables Part 2
120 Using an external file
121 Functions
122 Functions Part 2
123 Operators
124 Conditionals Part 1
125 Conditionals Part 2
126 Loops
127 Loops Part 2
128 Function and if statement
129 Return statement
130 Global and local variables
131 Pass by value
132 Arrays
133 Objects
134 Objects Part 2
135 Objects Part 3
136 Objects Part 4
137 String Object
138 Math Object
139 Date Object
140 Document Object Model
141 getElementById method
142 getElementsByTagName method
143 getElementsByTagName Part 2
144 getElementsByClassName
145 Replace content using innerHTML
146 Reading content using innerHTML
147 Changing an image
148 Intro to events
149 The mouseover event
150 Change image with mouseover
151 Creating a new element
152 Creating a new element Part 2
153 Remove element
154 Create attribute
155 Traversing the DOM
156 Traversing the DOM Part 2
157 Traversing the DOM Part 3
158 Form Validation Part 1
159 Form Validation Part 2
160 Form Validation Part 3
161 Form Validation Part 4
162 Form Validation Part 5
163 Placement of script tag
164 Follow up session
165 Confirmation box
166 More on Objects
167 Windows object

Php
168 Installation
169 macconfig
170 mactexteditor
171 Php Myadmin
172 Windows Installation
173 Configuring
174 The text editor
175 Viewing PHP configuration information
176 Embedding PHP
177 helllo world!
178 The operational trial
179 Comments
180 If statements
181 Else and elseif statements
182 Logical operators
183 Switch Statements
184 While loops
185 For loops
186 Foreach loops
187 Break
188 Continue
189 Understanding Array Pointers
190 Defining Functions
191 Using Functions
192 Returning values from a function
193 Setting global varibles
194 Setting Default Variables
195 Debugging and troubleshooting
196 Links and URLs
197 Using GET values
198 Encoding GET Values
199 Encoding for HTMLs
200 Building forms
201 Setting cookies
202 Establishing session
203 Headers and page redirection
204 Including and requring page

MySQL
205 Introduction
206 Creating a database in MySQL
207 Populating a MySQL Database
208 phpMyAdmin
209 Connecting to MySL with php
210 Accessing data in MySQL with PHP
211 Blueprinting your application
212 Building the CMS database
213 Understanding relational database
214 Establishing your work area
215 Creating your first page
216 Making page assets reusable
217 Connecting your site to a database
218 Building dynamic navigation
219 Refactoring the navigation
220 Adding links to your navigation
221 Determining which page is selected
222 Displaying HTML based on the selection
223 Finding a subject the database
224 Finding a page in the database
225 Creating a page for a new subject
226 Creating a subject entry form
227 Adding subjects
228 Escaping values for MySQL
229 Form validation
230 Additional form validation
231 Editing a subject
232 Using single page submission
233 Updating a subject in the database
234 Sending form results as messages
235 deletign a subject
236 CRUD review and assignment
237 CRUD assignment results
238 The public appearance
239 Navigation in the public context
240 Functions in the public context
241 Text encoding and transforming
242 User access overview
243 Encryption
244 Creating a login system
245 Checking athorization
246 Using sessions to maintain login status
247 Creating logout page

Bootstrap
248 Introduction
249 Download and setup
250 The Grid Layout
251 The Grid Layout Part 2
252 The Grid Layout Part 3
253 The Grid Layout Part 4 – Multiple Rows
254 The Grid Layout Part 5 – Offsets
255 The Grid Layout Part 6 – Nesting
256 The visible class
257 Push and Pull
258 Hidden and multiple classes
259 Typography
260 Buttons Part 1
261 Buttons Part 2
262 Buttons Part 3
263 Dropdown
264 Dropdown Part 2
265 Navigation bar
266 Add logo to navigation bar
267 Add search bar
268 Glyphicons
269 Collapse navbar
270 Images
271 Image Gallery

Extra Bonus
272 LIVE PROJECT STEP BY STEP DEMONSTRATION