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Website Development

Website Development

Introduction to Web Development is a one-stop course that covers all of the tools you’ll need to create websites. The course contains in-depth discussions of each of “The Big Three” tools used for Website development: Hypertext Markup Language (HTML), Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), and JavaScript as well as getting started with GitHub and Node.js. This course gives you the skills you need to be a professional web developer. Course materials can be found at https://bit.ly/1jXij63 This Specialization covers how to write syntactically correct HTML5 and CSS3, and how to create interactive web experiences with JavaScript. Mastering this range of technologies will allow you to develop high quality web sites that, work seamlessly on mobile, tablet, and large screen browsers accessible. During the capstone you will develop a professional-quality web portfolio demonstrating your growth as a web developer and your knowledge of accessible web design. This will include your ability to design and implement a responsive site that utilizes tools to create a site that is accessible to a wide audience, including those with visual, audial, physical, and cognitive impairments.

Modules

Modules on a website are a lot like Legos. Think of modules as Lego pieces which enable you to build your website. When you connect them together in the right way, they form web pages. To build websites like Legos, you have to think of websites as a collection of independent modules. This article will help you do just that with your front-end development and design. Once the client is happy with the module collage and the mockups I have designed, I can start coding and define the real look and feel of those elements. Modular design is intertwined with modular development in an iterative process. I code up a module, then try it out in the browser to see how it works, then iterate if needed. Again, this process is much like building the Legos — you basically design and develop at the same time and try out different variations until you feel good about it.