Front-end Developers create the side of websites that the user sees. They will work closely with Web Designers when creating the interactive and visually appealing pages that we browse through on a daily basis. The typical duties of a Front-end Developer include designing the code for user-facing pages, the creation and optimisation of web applications and creating immersive user experiences.
Upon completion of these courses, you will be able to start compiling your portfolio for perusal by prospective employers and clients. This will prove to prospective clients that you have the skill set that is needed to create experiences using the latest technologies and tools.
- HTML Essentials
- CSS Essentials
HTML (HyperText Markup Language) is used to structure and present web pages in the way that users see them when visiting a site. It allows developers to embed images and scripts and to create forms that are interactive with the user.
CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) is used by Developers to create the format and presentation of a page. This includes the fonts and colours that users see on web pages.
Who is this course for?
Anyone looking to start a career in web design or -development.
There are no prerequisites to studying the courses contained in the Front-end Developer Library.
- Web Designer
- Web Developer
- Front-end Web Developer
- Software Developer
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