Course Description

"Foundations of Front End Web Development" is a comprehensive course designed to teach the fundamental concepts and skills needed to build modern, interactive websites. The course covers a wide range of topics, including HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and responsive design. Students will start by learning the basics of HTML, including the structure and syntax of HTML documents, and how to create various types of elements such as headings, paragraphs, links, and images. The course then moves on to cover CSS, which is used to style and format web pages. Students will learn how to use CSS to create layouts, apply colors and typography, and add visual effects to their web pages. The course also covers CSS frameworks such as Bootstrap and Materialize, which provide pre-built styles and components to help developers build responsive and consistent websites quickly. In addition to HTML and CSS, the course also covers JavaScript, which is used to create interactive and dynamic web pages. Students will learn how to write JavaScript code to handle user events, manipulate the DOM, and create animations and effects. They will also learn about jQuery, a popular JavaScript library that simplifies the process of writing JavaScript code. The course concludes with a focus on responsive design, which is the practice of designing websites that work well on a variety of devices and screen sizes. Students will learn how to use media queries and flexible layouts to create responsive websites that adapt to the size and orientation of the device they are viewed on. Throughout the course, students will work on several hands-on projects that reinforce the concepts and skills learned in each module. They will build simple web pages, create a responsive website, and develop an interactive web application using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. By the end of the "Foundations of Front End Web Development" course, students will have a solid understanding of the fundamental concepts and skills needed to build modern, interactive websites. They will have the ability to create web pages from scratch, apply styling and effects, and write JavaScript code to make their websites more dynamic and interactive. This course is an essential starting point for anyone looking to pursue a career in front-end web development. Author: Davide Molin (Udemy)