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Be the front end wizard with this unique course from Eduonix. We bring together a curriculum where you will learn all the tips and tricks of CSS and HTML design while building ten awesome projects. It will help you master different aspects of front end programming and will show you all the best development practices. The following projects have been specially selected to be part of this course.

Project 1 – Landing Page Design

Description: We will create an HTML5/CSS landing page which will feature a header & footer, a list with image bullet points, an HTML5 form and a testimonial block. The page will be completely responsive and will adapt to any screen size by using CSS3 media queries. We will be using the Eric Meyers reset file as well.

Features/Technologies: HTML5, CSS3, Web Forms, Lists, Reset Files, Responsive Web Design

Project 2 – Responsive Tableless Calendar

Description: We will create a web calendar page using HTML5/CSS. Unlike many calendars which use HTML tables for positioning and presentation, our calendar will use only CSS. The calendar will be completley responsive and will have a sub–layout for smaller screen sizes.

Features/Technologies: HTML5, CSS3, Lists, Responsive Web Design, Table–like layout using CSS only, Box Spacing, Padding & Margins

Instructor Details

Eduonix creates and distributes high quality technology training content. Our team of industry professionals have been training manpower for more than a decade. We aim to teach technology the way it is used in industry and professional world. We have professional team of trainers for technologies ranging from Mobility, Web to Enterprise and Database and Server Administration.

Specification: Projects in CSS

Duration 10 hours
Year 2018
Level All
Certificate Yes
Quizzes No

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    Tom Lewis

    very good content and presentation

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    Nathan Seekamp

    Some of the things he puts in the CSS he doesn’t explain why he’s doing it. Need to understand what he is adding and why.

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    David Krumholz

    All the code worked and he gave good explanations.

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    Fabrizio Lo Gioco

    Good course but outaded

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    Marioduilio

    I’m learning a lot. Very informative.

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    Stephen White

    Good class with lots of examples. I will be able to use a lot of the information on web sites that I will be creatiing.

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    Gavin Roberts

    Nice guy. Seems down to earth and not too geeky.

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    Hugo Saucedo

    si

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    Niek Mollers

    The first 5 sections where OK. The actual section, SASS Pricing Tables, started quite bad with the upset of Ruby, SASS and Scout. So I decided to ignore that part and do the SASS stuf with the SASS extension in Visual Studio Code.

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    Phil Gukowsky

    The concepts and rules of CSS are not being explained.

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    Dalia Mekel

    He gives a lot of good tips

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    Denis Ricard

    This is not very good. He types everything slowly (even I use emmet) and on a noisy keyboard. Instead of going straight to the core of the information we want to learn (the CSS part for instance) he spends time typing out data (multiple levels of menus that could have been pasted once, instead of being noisily typed over the course of a whole segment).

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    Tiffany Ray

    This is an extremely outdated course. In a lot of the videos, the instructor is scattered and often has repeat instruction because he said it wrong the first time.

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    Malcolm Harris

    I Love Brad Traversy s content.

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    kyria fatuma musafiri

    amazing!!!!!!!

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    Thierry Bresson

    good project.

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