Frontend Web Developer

Master Program1034 Ratings

Front-end developers project to create a Website / Web app designs created by web designers. The code what Front-end web developers write runs inside the user's browser.

Differences b/w Front-end web developer & Backend web developer:

Back end developer is like the engineer who designs and creates the systems that make a functionality work while the front end developer is the one who creates the layout of the page and makes sure everything is connected properly so people can use the system's functionality. They're also in charge of making sure that there are no errors or bugs on the front end, as well as making sure that the design appears as it's supposed to across various platforms and browsers.

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Who can choose this career

If front end web development sounds pretty awesome to you, you’re probably wondering where to actually get started.

If you’re pumped about working as a front end developer but not sure where to get the skills, you’re in the right place! ITLearn360 Front End Developer course will help you to grow

In the course you’ll get a solid foundation en route to landing the developer job you’re after. You’ll start with skills like HTML and CSS, then move on to more advanced skills, like responsive web development, Git, and JavaScript.

You will learn

  1. HTML
  2. CSS
  3. BootStrap
  4. JavaScript
  5. CMS - Wordpress

Requirements

  1. Creativity
  2. Laptop
  3. Internet
  4. Dedication

The demand for Front-End Developer

Front-end web developers have one of the most bankable skill sets on the job market today. According to Glassdoor, the national median salary for front-end developers tops more than $76,000.

Because of high demand, strong salaries, and loads of flexibility make front-end development a great choice for a career, whether you’re just starting your professional life or embarking on a new chapter. If you’re thinking about making a change, be aware that there’s a lot to learn—but plenty of reasons to learn it.

Learning Path

  • Course 1

    Learn Bootstrap

    Bootstrap Framework allows web designer, web developers & individuals (who are interested in web development or design) to create their websites that automatically reflect each user's screen resolution, different device size with the responsive web design techniques. This course will help in creating responsive sites using CSS3, HTML5, jQuery, and JavaScript.
    Course curriculum

    Module 1: Bootstrap Introduction

    • 1.1  Bootstrap Grid
    • 1.1  Bootstrap Utilities
    • 1.1  Border, Colour and Radius
    • 1.1  Bootstrap Alerts
    • 1.1  Blockquotes
    • 1.1  Interview Questions

    Module 2: Bootstrap Buttons and Card

    • 2.1  Bootstrap Buttons
    • 2.1  Bootstrap Card
    • 2.1  Interview Questions

    Module 3: Bootstrap Collapse

    • 3.1  Bootstrap Collapse
    • 3.1  Interview Questons

    Module 4: Display and Embeds

    • 4.1  Embeds - aspects ratio
    • 4.1  Bootstrap Figures
    • 4.1  Bootstrap Flex
    • 4.1  Headings and Paragraph
    • 4.1  Bootstrap Images
    • 4.1  Interview Questons

    Module 5: Jumbotree & List

    • 5.1  Bootstrap Jumbotree
    • 5.1  Bootstrap List
    • 5.1  Interview Questions

    Module 6: Bootstrap Navs, Options, Events

    • 6.1  Bootstrap Navs
    • 6.1  Bootstrap Options and Events
    • 6.1  Popover

    Module 7: Bootstrap scrollspy, tables, text

    • 7.1  Bootstrap Scrollspy
    • 7.1  Bootstrap Tables
    • 7.1  Bootstrap Text
    • 7.1  Interview Questions

    Module 8: Miscellaneous Interview Q&A

    • 8.1  Q&A
    • 8.1  Quiz
  • Course 2

    Introduction to jQuery

    jQuery is all around us, wherever you see a slider, photograph exhibition, route menu, enhancements, fly up boxes with photographs or recordings with modules like lightbox or pretty photo or anyplace you see decent liveliness on any site, jQuery its there.
    Course curriculum

    Module 1: First Steps

    • 1.1  Introduction
    • 1.1  Working Files - Download These First
    • 1.1  What You Will Learn
    • 1.1  Need To Know
    • 1.1  Code Editor And Some Settings
    • 1.1  What is jQuery
    • 1.1  Web Browsers
    • 1.1  Web Tools

    Module 2: Quick introduction To jQuery Coding

    • 2.1  jQuery Basics
    • 2.1  Include jQuery
    • 2.1  First jQuery Program
    • 2.1  jQuery Chaining
    • 2.1  When Not To Use

    Module 3: Selectors

    • 3.1  CSS Selectors Introduction
    • 3.1  Select By name,id, and class
    • 3.1  Attribute Selectors
    • 3.1  Advanced Selectors
    • 3.1  Efficient Selectors
    • 3.1  Traversing Filtering
    • 3.1  Your Own Selectors
    • 3.1  Selector Answers

    Module 4: Animation

    • 4.1  Show and hide elements
    • 4.1  Fading
    • 4.1  Hover Effects
    • 4.1  Toggle
    • 4.1  Sliding
    • 4.1  Custom Animations
    • 4.1  Easing Functions
    • 4.1  Queues Scheduling/Cancelling

    Module 5: Manipulating The Page

    • 5.1  DOM Introduction
    • 5.1  Get/Set Attributes
    • 5.1  Get/Set Classes
    • 5.1  Get/Set Form Values
    • 5.1  Get/Set Text
    • 5.1  Get/Set HTML5 Data
    • 5.1  Get/Set Positions
    • 5.1  Insert/Replace HTML
    • 5.1  Wrapping HTML
    • 5.1  Copying HTML
    • 5.1  Deleting HTML
    • 5.1  Modify Your Page
    • 5.1  Page Modification Answers

    Module 6: Event Handling

    • 6.1  Events Introduction
    • 6.1  Load Events
    • 6.1  Basic Events
    • 6.1  Event Object
    • 6.1  Delegation Live Events
    • 6.1  Triggering Events
    • 6.1  Deregistering Events
    • 6.1  Your Own Events
    • 6.1  Event Answers

    Module 7: jQuery Utility Functions

    • 7.1  Browser Feature Detection
    • 7.1  Array Functions

    Module 8: AJAX

    • 8.1  AJAX Introduction
    • 8.1  Web Services And Data Formats
    • 8.1  AJAX HTML Example
    • 8.1  AJAX JSON Example
    • 8.1  AJAX Errors

    Module 9: jQuery Plugins

    • 9.1  Plugin Introduction
    • 9.1  Your First Plugin
  • Course 3

    HTML for Beginners

    Step by Step introduction to HTML Explore HTML coding and how you can get started building your own Web Content pages.
    Course curriculum

    Module 1: Introduction

    • 1.1  HTML Introduction
    • 1.1  HTML Editors
    • 1.1  HTML Elements
    • 1.1  HTML Attributes
    • 1.1  HTML Headings
    • 1.1  HTML Paragraphs
    • 1.1  HTML Links
    • 1.1  HTML Images
    • 1.1  HTML Tables
    • 1.1  HTML Lists
    • 1.1  HTML Forms
    • 1.1  Interview Questions

    Module 2: HTML Graphics

    • 2.1  HTML Canvas
    • 2.1  Interview Questions

    Module 3: HTML Media

    • 3.1  HTML Media/Video/Audio
    • 3.1  Interview Questions

    Module 4: Skill Path/ Projects

    • 4.1  Create your resume in the form of a webpage?
    • 4.1  Create your portfolio with following: 1) Introduction/ Biography 2) 3 Images of yours 3) Link your social media profile

    Module 5: Miscellaneous Exercise

    • 5.1  Interview Q&A
    • 5.1  Quiz
  • Course 4

    CSS for styling website

    With our "CSS for styling website" course, you can learn to make high-quality, graphically amazing and thoroughly impressive websites. All it takes is a little creativity and a strong understanding of CSS design and code and your website will look exactly the way you want it to. We bring you this dynamic and comprehensive CSS course.
    Course curriculum

    Module 1: Introduction

    • 1.1  CSS Introduction
    • 1.1  CSS Syntax
    • 1.1  CSS Version
    • 1.1  CSS Id & Class
    • 1.1  CSS Styling
    • 1.1  Interview Questions

    Module 2: Borders & Background

    • 2.1  CSS Border
    • 2.1  CSS Background
    • 2.1  Interview Questions

    Module 3: CSS Text Effects & Fonts

    • 3.1  CSS Text Effects
    • 3.1  CSS Fonts
    • 3.1  Interview Questions

    Module 4: CSS 2D & 3D Transforms

    • 4.1  CSS 2D Transforms
    • 4.1  CSS 3D Transforms
    • 4.1  Interview Questions

    Module 5: CSS Transitions & Animation

    • 5.1  CSS Transitions
    • 5.1  CSS Animation
    • 5.1  Interview Questions

    Module 6: CSS Multiple Columns

    • 6.1  Introduction
    • 6.1  Column-gap, rule, color
    • 6.1  Column-rule-style, width
    • 6.1  Interview Questions

    Module 7: Miscellaneous Exercise

    • 7.1  Interview Q&A
    • 7.1  Quiz
  • Course 5

    WordPress for Entrepreneur/Beginner

    In 2018, build a beautiful responsive Wordpress site that looks great on all devices. No experience required.
    Course curriculum

    Module 1: Wordpress Overview

    • 1.1  What is Content Management System (CMS)?
    • 1.1  Features
    • 1.1  Advantages & Disadvantages

    Module 2: Wordpress Installation

    • 2.1  System Requirements for WordPress
    • 2.1  Download WordPress
    • 2.1  Create Store Database
    • 2.1  Set Up Wizard

    Module 3: Wordpress Dashboard

    • 3.1  Dashboard Menu, Screen Options, Activity

    Module 4: Wordpress Theme

    • 4.1  Choosing Theme

    Module 5: Wordpress Pages

    • 5.1  Creating Pages

    Module 6: Wordpress Post

    • 6.1  Writing a Blog Post
    • 6.1  Blog Post Categories

    Module 7: Media Library

    • 7.1  The Media Library
    • 7.1  Adding Media to a Post or a Page

    Module 8: Wordpress Menu

    • 8.1  Setting Up Menus

    Module 9: Wordpress Widget & Plugin

    • 9.1  Widgets
    • 9.1  Plugins

    Module 10: Users

    • 10.1  Create User

    Module 11: Wordpress Settings

    • 11.1  All Wordpress Settings

    Module 12: Wordpress Discussion Settings

    • 12.1  Step by Step Discussion Settings

    Module 13: Wordpress Reading Settings

    • 13.1  Step by Step Reading Settings

    Module 14: Wordpress Writing Settings

    • 14.1  Step by Step Writing Settings
  • Course 6

    Learn Java Script

    JavaScript is the programming language of HTML and the Web. JavaScript is easy to learn. It is designed for creating network-centric applications. It is complementary to and integrated with Java. JavaScript is very easy to implement because it is integrated with HTML. It is open and cross-platform.
    Course curriculum

    Module 1: Java script

    • 1.1  Introduction
    • 1.1  Why Study JavaScript?

    Module 2: Java Script Where to

    • 2.1  JavaScript Functions and Events

    Module 3: JavaScript Syntax

    • 3.1  JavaScript Values
    • 3.1  JavaScript Literals
    • 3.1  JavaScript Variables
    • 3.1  JavaScript Operators

    Module 4: JavaScript Variables

    • 4.1  JavaScript Data Types
    • 4.1  Adding Strings and Numbers

    Module 5: JavaScript Operators

    • 5.1  JavaScript Arithmetic Operators
    • 5.1  JavaScript Assignment Operators
    • 5.1  JavaScript String Operators
    • 5.1  Adding Strings and Numbers

    Module 6: JavaScript Assignment

    • 6.1  Assignment Examples
    • 6.1  JavaScript Assignment Operators

    Module 7: JavaScript Data Types

    • 7.1  Concept of Data Types
    • 7.1  JavaScript Types are Dynamic.
    • 7.1  JavaScript Strings
    • 7.1  JavaScript Numbers
    • 7.1  JavaScript Booleans
    • 7.1  JavaScript Arrays

    Module 8: JavaScript Functions

    • 8.1  JavaScript Function Syntax
    • 8.1  Function Return
    • 8.1  The () Operator Invokes the Function0

    Module 9: JavaScript Objects

    • 9.1  Real Life Objects
    • 9.1  Properties and Methods
    • 9.1  JavaScript Objects
    • 9.1  Object Methods
    • 9.1  Object Definition

    Module 10: JavaScript Scope

    • 10.1  JavaScript Function Scope
    • 10.1  Local JavaScript Variables
    • 10.1  Automatically Global

    Module 11: JavaScript Events

    • 11.1  HTML Events
    • 11.1  Common HTML Events

    Module 12: JavaScript Strings

    • 12.1  String Length
    • 12.1  Special Characters
    • 12.1  Strings Can be Objects

    Module 13: JavaScript Numbers

    • 13.1  JavaScript Number Methods
    • 13.1  The toString() Method
    • 13.1  The toExponential() Method
    • 13.1  The toFixed() Method

    Module 14: JavaScript - The Math Object

    • 14.1  Syntax
    • 14.1  Math Method
    • 14.1  Math.min() and Math.max()

    Module 15: JavaScript Dates

    • 15.1  JavaScript Date Formats
    • 15.1  Creating Date Objects
    • 15.1  Date Methods
    • 15.1  JavaScript Date Input

    Module 16: JavaScript - Switch Case

    • 16.1  Flow Chart
    • 16.1  Syntax

    Module 17: JavaScript For Loop

    • 17.1  Introduction
    • 17.1  Flow Chart
    • 17.1  Syntax

    Module 18: JavaScript Type Conversion

    • 18.1  The typeof Operator

    Module 19: JavaScript Regular Expressions

    • 19.1  Introductions
    • 19.1  Syntax
    • 19.1  Using String Methods
    • 19.1  Using String search() With a Regular Expression
    • 19.1  Use String replace() With a Regular Expression

    Module 20: JavaScript Errors - Throw and Try to Catch

    • 20.1  Introduction
    • 20.1  JavaScript try and catch
    • 20.1  Syntax Errors
    • 20.1  Runtime Errors

    Module 21: JavaScript Debugging

    • 21.1  The console.log() Method
    • 21.1  The debugger Keyword

    Module 22: Javascript Projects

    • 22.1  Hex Change Background Color JavaScript Project
    • 22.1  Background Image Slider JavaScript Project
    • 22.1  Calculator JavaScript Project
    • 22.1  Filter JavaScript Project

    Module 23: Miscellaneous Exercise

    • 23.1  Interview Questions
    • 23.1  Quiz