Course Code: GES317
Receive a quick overview of web development. Proceed to learn the basics of HTML including how to construct paragraphs, heading, text, links, images, lists, tables, and forms.
Take a crash course in CSS, covering basics like colors, backgrounds, fonts, text, borders, tables, and more. Move on to advanced offerings such as positioning and visibility, page layout, media queries, shorthand properties, backgrounds tricks, and best practices.
Understand how to lay out a page with HTML5. You’ll also explore HTML5’s uses for audio and video, forms, web storage, canvas, and integrated APIs.
Master jQuery basic concepts including core, events, effects, Ajax, plugins, and code organization.
Become able to independently design a mobile website. Move on to learning how jQuery is compatible with mobile and how to get started designing with jQuery for mobile devices.
Nat Dunn founded Webucator in 2003 to combine his passion for web development with his business expertise in order to help companies benefit from both. Nat began programming games in Basic on a TRS-80 at age 14. He has been developing websites and providing web development training since 1998. Nat is President and Chief Executive Officer of Webucator, is a Certified Technical Trainer (CTT+), and holds a BA (Pomona College) and an MBA (Harvard Business School).
There are no specific prerequisites for this program, but students should be reasonably knowledgeable about computers and using the internet.
This program is compatible with both the Windows and Mac operating systems. Full setup instructions and technical requirements are provided after accessing each module in the course. The following are the minimum system requirements necessary to access the modules included in the Mobile Web Developer course.
All of these items can be downloaded for free:
1. A Web browser. You will need the latest version of Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, or Safari.
2. Any text or HTML editor. Suggested editors for each platform are as follows:
a) Windows Crimson Editor (free) Adobe Dreamweaver Notepad (included in Windows) or Textpad
b) Mac OS X Adobe Dreamweaver TextMate, TextEdit (included in Mac OS X) or TextWrangler Manuals are included as downloadable PDFs throughout the program.
Yes, since ed2go programs are online, you never have to actually travel to the school. Most schools offer telephone or online registration.
|This program is self-paced and open enrollment, so you can start and finish at your own pace. Upon registering, you're given twelve (12) months to complete this program.|
All the materials you'll need are included, and their cost will be covered by your tuition. ed2go will ship all materials ground service upon enrollment.
ed2go courses are non-credit courses, so they do not qualify for federal aid. In some states, vocational rehab or workforce development boards will pay for qualified students to take our courses. Additionally, some students may qualify for financial assistance when they enroll, if they meet certain requirements.
ed2go programs will provide you with the skills you need to obtain an entry-level position in most cases. We don’t provide direct job placement services, but our facilitators and career counselors will help you build your resume and are available to give advice on finding your first job. Facilitators will also be available to use as a professional reference upon completion of the program. Potential students should always do research on the job market in their area before registering.
Yes, you can use a Mac for this program; however, the Mac should have Mac OS X.
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Our programs are all open enrollment. You can register and start the program as soon as you are ready.
Please note: Once the program curriculum is accessed online or through submission of a material shipment confirmation, refunds cannot be issued.
There are no specific prerequisites for this program, but you should be reasonably knowledgeable and very interested in computers and the Internet.
Web developers work both independently and with others on a variety of day-to-day tasks and projects in which coding, problem-solving, and attention to detail are key. Typically, web developers work in a traditional in-person office setting, though some work remotely, with Monday through Friday work schedules. Extra hours may be needed or required. Some web developers are contract, freelance, or self-employed and set their own hours but typically are available during their clients’ office hours, potentially working in-person in their clients’ offices. The specifics really depend on the company or institution’s size, work culture, and objectives.
The time allotted to complete your program has been calculated based on the number of course hours. If after a concerted effort, you are still unable to complete your program on time, your Student Advisor will help you work out a suitable completion date. Please note that a fee may be charged for an extension.