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Introductory Guide To Web Development (2)
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WELCOME TO THIS COURSE ON WEB DEVELOPMENT!
This series is a beginners guide to web development, so if you are someone that knows nothing about this topic but your interested, feel free to join :)
No pre-requisites are needed for this series, all beginners are WELCOME :)
These sessions will span over the course of 5 weeks and each week we will meet two times. By the end of these sessions, you would have learnt about the basics of HTML & CSS and you would also have created several website projects. Please do take note this course will have extra work for you to do after the session as that is the best way to practice and not forget how to code.
HTML & CSS are the basic and backbones to a website, adding Javascript will make it more interactive. As learners finish this course, they can move on in my next series on Advanced Guide To Web Development.
HTML & CSS is everywhere, you can see it anytime you go on a website, even schoolhouse is build on both of these languages. It is a very important skill to learn
This is my fifth time hosting this series, I will be incorporating all feedback from previous series to make this series as fulfilling as possible
Please see below the calendar for when our meetings for this course will occur, after each session a lesson page will be open to you for further improving your skills here and looking at the notes.
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REQUIRED SOFTWARES FOR THIS COURSE
For this course, two main softwares are required, please see below
Visual Studio Code, IDE or code editor we will use ()
Sublime Text, a text editor that can be used to code ()
Google Chrome, how we will see the results of your webpage ()
Alternatively, if you have a different software IDE or code editor that supports html and css, and it can also support multiple pages/files of html and css, you can also use that, but please note that I would not know how to use some softwares as I just never heard of the software before.

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