We’ll start from the beginning, even if you don’t have a code editing application installed on your computer.
The quick version:
Here’s the quick version:
Friendly to newcomers:
Template literals, fat arrow functions, forEach function-based loops, object literals, node selectors, query selectors, and much more
This course includes A LOT of practice (hands-on coding). And you’ll be creating code as early as the first lesson!
This course also includes a very engaging assignment at the conclusion.
You will study the following important ideas in this course:
How to instruct a computer on what to do in particular situations (Conditionals)
The Object Model for Documents (DOM)
Customizing sentences with string concatenation and template literals
Why are data types and structures important? (Data structures)
How to construct a list and take action on each item on the list (Iteration)
How to Change and Select Elements on Your Website
Finally, there will be a final project that will require you to apply practically everything you have learnt in this course.
HTML and CSS Fundamentals
This course is for you if you have just finished learning HTML and CSS.
This course is NOT for you if you are familiar with features such as fat arrow functions and object literals.
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