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Web Development: Complete Training to Become a Professional Web Developer

Become a Professional Web Developer

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Become a professional web developer with the most comprehensive online training on the web

Product Description

We call this Become a Professional Web Developer not because we think we’re great, but because this is hands down the most in depth course on web development in town.

With over 24 hours of content, the design and structure of this course follows elite college curriculum. You will be learning the basics of each programming language and technology web developers use, and you will be able to create your own projects for both personal and commercial purposes.

Who Should Take This Course

You should take this course if web development as a profession sounds good to you, or if you’re looking to brush up on your web development skills in any area. There is so much content in this course that even experienced developers will benefit from it.

What is Covered in This Course

  • HTML/HTML5
  • CSS/CSS3
  • JavaScript
  • Ajax
  • jQuery
  • JSON
  • PHP
  • MySQL

Source codes are included for the entire course so you can learn by running the actual code and modifying it as needed.

About Stone River Elearning

At Stone River eLearning, we’re very passionate about teaching everyday people topics that they are interested in. From technology, to business, to education, we have you covered.

We deliver only high quality courses that take you from beginner to expert in a matter of hours on any of the topics we cover.

Curriculum

  • M1 - Introduction
  • M1 - Getting the Browser
  • M1 - Getting the Editor
  • M1 - Setting up the Editor
  • M1 - Structure - Hello World
  • M1 - The DOM
  • M1 - Customizing the Editor
  • M1 - Self Closing Tags - Environment
  • M1 - Validation
  • M1 - Comments
  • M1 - Block Level Elements
  • M1 - Line Break and Spacing
  • M1 - Span Text Modifiers
  • M1 - Anchors
  • M1 - Linking to the Top of the Page
  • M1 - Images
  • M1 - Tables
  • M1 - The Basics of Forms
  • M1 - Placeholder vs Value
  • M1 - Radio Buttons, Checkboxes
  • M1 - New HTMLS Inputs
  • M1 - HTMLS Attributes
  • M1 - Action Attribute
  • M1 - Get vs Post
  • M1 - Using an image for the Submit Button
  • M1 - Hotel Booking Form
  • M1 - Semantics
  • M1 - Meter and Progress Elements
  • M1 - Audio
  • M1 - Video
  • M2 - What is CSS3
  • M2 - Understanding CSS
  • M2 - How HTML and CSS is used together
  • M2 - Selectors Part 1
  • M2 - Selectors Part 2
  • M2 - Selectors Part 3
  • M2 - Selectors Part 4
  • M2 - Links
  • M2 - Widths and Heights
  • M2 - Positioning
  • M2 - Centering a Container
  • M2 - Display Types
  • M2 - Hiding an element
  • M2 - Margins and Padding
  • M2 - Overflow
  • M2 - Index
  • M2 - Cursors
  • M2 - Box Sizing
  • M2 - Colors
  • M2 - Fonts
  • M2 - Floats
  • M2 - Clearfix
  • M2 - Forcing text to uppercase or lower case
  • M2 - Text Alignment
  • M2 - Text Indenting
  • M2 - Backgrounds
  • M2 - Multiple Background images
  • M2 - Background size
  • M2 - Borders
  • M2 - Border Images
  • M2 - Vertical Menu
  • M2 - Horizontal Menu Part 1
  • M2 - Horizontal Menu Part 2
  • M2 - Creating A Css Button
  • M2 - Basic Site Layout Part 1
  • M2 - Basic Site Layout Part 2
  • M2 - Basic Site Layout Part 3
  • M2 - Pure CSS Drop down Menu
  • M2 -Dropdown list Part 1
  • M2 -Dropdown list Part 2
  • M3 - Introduction
  • M3 - Script Tags
  • M3 - Boxes
  • M3 - Console
  • M3 - Variables
  • M3 - Undefined, Typeof, Nan
  • M3 - Concatination
  • M3 - Comparison Operators
  • M3 - Logical Operators
  • M3 - Mathematical Operators
  • M3 - Commenting
  • M3 - Arrays
  • M3 - Array Prototype
  • M3 - Looping Over Arrays
  • M3 - Introduction to Objects
  • M3 - Creating an Object
  • M3 - Dates and Times
  • M3 - Intervals
  • M3 - Countdown (Example Application)
  • M3 - Callbacks
  • M3 - Callback in Countdown
  • M3 - Dom Elements
  • M3 - Query Selector
  • M3 - Event Handlers
  • M3 - Input Fields
  • M3 - Creating Elements
  • M3 - Styling Elements
  • M3 - Linting
  • M3 - Minification
  • M4 - Introduction
  • M4 - Getting Jquery
  • M4 - Basic Functionality
  • M4 - User Interaction
  • M4 - Get and Post
  • M4 - Mini Application
  • M4 - Introduction to Json
  • M4 - Working with Json
  • M4 - Mini Application Search
  • M5 - What is PHP?
  • M5 - What is PHP Used for?
  • M5 - Commenting Code
  • M5 - Setting up a Web Server
  • M5 - Your First PHP File
  • M5 - Echo/Print
  • M5 - Variables
  • M5 - If Statements
  • M5 - Arithmetic Operators
  • M5 - Comparison Operators
  • M5 - Switch Statement
  • M5 - Arrays
  • M5 - Multi-dimensional Arrays
  • M5 - While Loop
  • M5 - Do While Loop
  • M5 - For Loops
  • M5 - Foreach
  • M5 - Functions
  • M5 - Functions with Undefined Parameters
  • M5 - Formatting Numbers
  • M5 - $_POST
  • M5 - $_GET
  • M5 - Embedding PHP within HTML
  • M5 - A better way to display HTML
  • M5 - Arrays Part 1
  • M5 - Arrays Part 2
  • M5 - Cookies Part 1
  • M5 - Cookies Part 2
  • M5 - Checkboxes
  • M5 - Radio Buttons
  • M6 - Installing MySQL
  • M6 - Accessing the MySQL Monitor
  • M6 - Using PHPmyAdmin
  • M6 - Creating Databases
  • M6 - Deleting Databases
  • M6 - Creating Tables
  • M6 - Listing and Describing Tables
  • M6 - Inserting Records
  • M6 - Selecting Records
  • M6 - Renaming Tables
  • M6 - Auto Increment IDs
  • M6 - Updating Records
  • M6 - Deleting Records
  • M6 - Limiting Records
  • M6 - Ordering Records
  • M6 - Joins
  • M6 - Like Clause
  • M6 - Counting Records
  • M6 - Introduction to MySQLi
  • M6 - Introduction to PHP Data Objects
  • M6 - Getting Connected
  • M6 - Basic Queries
  • M6 - Getting Results
  • M6 - Looping Through Results
  • M6 - Getting Result Counts
  • M6 - Variables in Queries
  • M6 - SQL Injections
  • M6 - Escaping Values
  • M6 - Prepared Statements
  • M6 - Introduction
  • M6 - Creating a Test Database
  • M6 - Basic Functionalities
  • M6 - Adding More Functionalities
  • M6 - Project Introduction
  • M6 - Creating the Table
  • M6 - Inserting Your Records
  • M6 - Outputting the Data

Course Requirements

A web browser, a code editor and an Internet connection
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