The majority of people in the world use the internet every day, but few possess the knowledge or abilities required for any type of web development.
I created a website for a member of my family a few months ago using Weebly. I was dropping and dragging components onto the website. I was so proud of myself after I was done building the site, even though I didn’t actually code it. My quest started when, two months later, I made the decision to begin studying web programming.
You may learn all the foundational skills required to become a web developer from this article if you want to pursue that career path but are unsure of where to begin or what to study.
The Essential Technologies
HTML: The most fundamental component of the web, HTML, also known as Hyper Text Markup Language, is frequently referred to as the “nouns” of a web page. It outlines the structure and layout of a web page. HTML is not a programming language since it lacks logic. Only elements on a web page are displayed using this markup language, which it is.
CSS: Cascading Style Sheets, sometimes known as CSS, is a stylesheet language used to describe how an HTML content is presented. Your website’s appearance is controlled by CSS. You can do a lot of different things with it, including alter the font size and add borders and background colors. To make your web page attractive, you can add styles to your HTML elements. As the “adjectives” of a Web page, CSS is what we refer to as. You can learn Flexbox, a CSS3 web layout concept used to organize your website in a straightforward manner, if you want to take CSS a little further.
Next Things You Need to Know
The HTML and CSS framework known as Bootstrap was created by Twitter. Similar to Sass, Bootstrap facilitates and speeds up CSS coding. For typography, forms, buttons, navigation, and other interface elements, it includes HTML and CSS-based design templates.
Sass is a preprocessor for CSS. It enhances CSS’s functionality and makes it easier to write and maintain. Learning is also a breeze. After learning Sass, you won’t want to use standard CSS again.
As a side aside, learning how to utilize Github may be a good idea if you want to keep track of your progress and make your life as a web developer more manageable ↓
Git and Github:
Git is referred to as a “version control system,” and GitHub is the most well-known Git service.
Git enables collaboration with other developers, project saving, file backup, sharing, and work sharing.
The Full Web/Front-End Developer Roadmap ↓
When I look at where I am now, I occasionally recall the day I first began programming. I’m giddy with excitement at what I’ve discovered and want to keep developing in that area. You should definitely enroll in Colt Steele’s course, “The Web Developer Bootcamp.” This course is incredibly informative and includes nearly all of the information you need to get started in web programming.
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