Learning Bootstrap – From HTML to WordPress Theme
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If you’re a web or graphic designer who has the desire to revamp your skills and take them it to a whole new level, learning to code your own static and dynamic websites can totally change the game!
Maybe you an entrepreneur or a startup owner who aims to have a world–class website to build your web presence? You can save yourself from the expense of hiring a web developer by learning how to put together a high–quality startup website by yourself!
Or perhaps you might be working now as an employee of a company and you’re aiming for a better position and a higher salary.
Learning how to code and develop CMS driven websites will improve your career opportunities, giving you the negotiating power for the position you’re aiming for.
Whether you are a professional or simply code as a hobby, it’s always fun and challenging to learn a new skill. This course will allow you to add dynamic websites to your skillset, create WordPress themes that can be sold on popular websites, and so much more!
Building both static and dynamic websites is a skill upgrade which can open doors of career opportunities for you! And you will learn how to do just that in this course.
Web developers are in high demand and get paid well, giving them the ability to start their own companies, work anywhere and whenever they want. If this is the career you’re aiming for, then this course is definitely for you!
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Specification: Learning Bootstrap – From HTML to WordPress Theme
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David Knight –
A good intro. Looking forward to more detail.
Nenad Mihelcic –
It has very good content, well explained.
Mark West –
So far all I have seen is the instructor nattering on about a worthless Website with too many gimmicky features. Hope it gets better than this!
Thomas Bischoff –
I have already little experience of boostrap (see http://www.bischoff.ovh). I appreciate these lessons very much. They contain a lot of very interesting information, not only what can be done with bootstrap but also with CSS in general.
Shelley Trump –
Lectures are too short and the long entry to each lecture is just a bit irritating. It feels as though there is more lecture introduction than actual lecture content. The instructor is, however, very knowledgeable and if you stay with the course it really is worth a lot!
Kwami Sitou Kudawoo –
So far so good
Thank you for that course. Great knowledge
Peter Fischer –
Horrible kind of explanation, repeating him self without real explanation
Ollee Ko –
I went through lots of other courses but none of them had such a consistency. Really recommend the course to who wants to succeed in WordPress dev. Must have! Thanks for instructors.
Randy Sandberg –
Course content is very comprehensive for learning first designing a website with Bootstrap 4 and then moving the content into WordPress. I felt that the Bootstrap 4 section was too long and tedious in this course, which is supposed to be about the conversion from HTML to WordPress. There are many courses on Bootstrap 4. For me the part about getting needed resources (Bootstrap, JQuery, and such was too fast. The instructor directs students to a website by speaking the site name, with no on screen text to help the student understand.
Calin Mihail Chituc –
Michael Munali –
Very interesting. Am able to follow through step by step and it’s amazing to just see everything unfolding. just that have an issue opening the project using xampp. But it’s working fine when i open directly in a brouser
William Samuel –
I’d taken other courses in developing web sites/pages in Bootstrap and migrating them to WordPress, but this course in particular explained things really well and cleared up confusion I had about php commands and syntax and creating pages/menus, users, etc on the backend.
Robert S Bradford –
Excellent detail, practical programming solutions, demonstrates attractive web design
Kevin Moore –
I liked the course but would have like a bit more explanation on some things and it felt a little under prepared.
Raza Ishtiaq –
it was really good, i am learning good form this course but, i am not able to download videos of course.
Edward Smith –
Instructor does not reply to messages, unclear why I’m habing errors when my code is exactly the same.
Bala Krishnan –
Actually it’s really helped me and it definitely helps to the beginner but the only things some of the feature he illustrates through the plugin. If he elaborate through code it will be an amazing lecture.
Jeff Sherling –
The WordPress section is good for understanding the process of creating a web page, but the instructor doesn’t display much attention to detail, so words/classes/tags are often misspelled and the CSS and HTML is often sloppy. There might be an argument for the initial get it to work first effort, but a lot of times, things don’t work because of that sloppiness, and it tends to be frustrating/distracting instead of informative. A separate issue is that a lot of lessons become blurry during playback, requiring a refresh, which doesn’t always work. I haven’t experienced this with other Udemy classes. I’ve ruled out browser and network/internet latency, so it adds fuel to an already frustrating course.