Topic outline

  • Module01: Advanced HTML and CSS

    Selectors. Table-HTML. Table-CSS. Div - Span elements 

    Selectors. In this submodule, we will learn how to use CSS selectors to "find" and select HTML elements based on their name, id and class. We also learn to apply CSS rules to multiple classes and to specific content in a list.

    Table-HTML. Tables are used very often. We use them to display visually data organized in rows and columns. In this submodule and we will learn how to use HTML markup to construct a table.

    Pages: 2Books: 4
  • Module02: Introduction to WEB tools

    Tools, Version control, WEB Server

    Popular tools. In this submodule, you will be given a quick overview of several tools, terminal, node.js, Visual Studio Code.
    You will also see the way we use these.

    Page: 1Books: 3
  • Module03: Introduction to Bootstrap

    Introduction to Bootstrap

    Front-end frameworks. In this submodule, you will be given a quick overview of front-end UserInterface frameworks, and an introduction to Bootstrap and JavaScript frameworks.
    You will also be informed what “responsive web design” and "cross-browser compatibility" are.

    Page: 1Books: 3Files: 2
  • Module04: Bootstrap CSS Components I

    Bootstrap CSS Components

    Navigation - Icons. In this submodule you will be given an overview of navigation design and the importance of providing appropriate navigation support within your website.
    You will also be informed about the use of icon fonts in web page design

    Page: 1Books: 2
  • Module05: JavaScript I, Insert - Data types

    Introduction to JavaScript. Simple file. Data types

    Introduction to JavaScript. JavaScript is a programming language; this means that is able to make decisions based on data or to do things repetitively. Moreover, it adds interactivity to the browser and enables enriched browser-server communication. JavaScript is the most popular language among web developers.

    Page: 1Books: 3
  • Module06: JavaScript II, Decisions

    JavaScript with HTML and CSS. Making Decisions. Applying the “if” statements

    JavaScript with HTML and CSS. In this submodule , we will use JavaScript variables, a simple function and a simple event (onclick) to combine HTML and CSS with JavaScript. This model of event-driven programming—in which your code listens for some action on the page and then performs some function in response—is a common paradigm in JavaScript development.

    Page: 1Books: 3
  • Module07: JavaScript III, Arrays - Loops

    JavaScript arrays. Simple loops. Word counter.

    JavaScript arrays. JavaScript arrays are used to store multiple values in a single variable. In this submodule , we will learn to create arrays and methods to access and modify the arrays.

    Page: 1Books: 3