On successful completion of this course, students will achieve:
- Strong fundamental knowledge of Hypertext Markup Language (HTML)
- Good knowledge of Cascading Stylesheet (CSS3)
Our Web Developer Fundamentals course is divided into three sections, each area focusing on a different goal.
Section 1: HTML.
We will start with how to set up web pages. During this part of class, we work with HTML markup tags including text, lists, links, images, tables, forms, video, and other elements. This is the starting point for any successful website launch
Section 2: CSS
We will focus on beautifying the web pages through CSS, starting with an explanation of how CSS allows styling and layout of web pages. We will learn how to control things like color of text, size of fonts, background colors, and images, as well as how to control where elements are positioned on the screen. These are the same techniques that professional web developers use to make websites attractive and pleasing
This course will be very hands-on and will require the student to perform various programming activities. Students will build a website for a non-profit as part of this course. At the culmination of part 3, they would have built a fully functioning website.
This course is meant for anyone who wants to learn how to build websites from scratch. It starts from the basic concepts, so prior programming or markup experience is not assumed. However, an aptitude for programming will go a long way in being successful in this course. A laptop computer is required for this course. Every class will have hands-on activities.
Future Career Opportunities:
- Junior Web developer
- User Interface developer
- Junior frontend developer
- Email developer
- Digital Marketing Technologist
- Web developer
- Web Intern
Please complete the following application form for the training program. Once the application has been submitted, a representative from Yoodle will contact you to schedule an interview.
The interview is about an hour in length and will be divided into two components. The first component is structured in a traditional interview style with questions followed by answers.
The second component consist of a short programming aptitude test involving some algebra, basic reasoning and logic. The test results will help identify whether our program is the right fit for you. While programming skills are not required, it is our intent to see our students reach a desired level of accomplishment.