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This certification program trains you to become a Front-End Certified Web Developer based on the World Wide WebConsortium (W3C) curriculum. Learn howto build beautiful, interactive websites based on the fundamentals building blocksof mobile-first web design. Learn the advanced technologies being used today to design and develop robust web-basedapplications.
Students need to complete the following Montgomery College courses or have equivalent experience.
ITI 499 - Mastering Windows Fundamentals or equivalent experience. (12 hrs)
Students are highly encouraged to complete the following LinkedIn courses after you have registered for the course.
Windows 10: Organizing Files and Folders
Please bring a Flash Drive/Memory Stick 512MB or larger to class which will enable you to save your class work.
Learn the basic building blocks of designing and creating websites optimized for modern computers, tablets, and mobile phones using HTML5. Topics include basic HTML5 elements and attributes, including hyperlinks, images, and tables. Advanced techniques to effectively create multiple column layouts using new HTML5 structural elements. Advanced HTML5 Application Programming Interfaces (APS's) will also be covered.
Cascading Style Sheets (CSS3) styles are used to format and control placement of HTML5 elements such as rounded corners, shadow effects, and color gradients. Advanced CSS3 media queries are also covered to handle a variety of devices including screen, printer, tablet, and mobile phone; and integration of scripts into a web page. Syntactically Awesome Style Sheets (SASS) and Leaner Style Sheets (less) languages will also be covered.
Topics include: layout using fluid, proportion-based grids, and flexible images. You will also develop a RWD compliant website. Frameworks to be covered include: Bootstrap and w3.css.
The certifying event sequence listed below will be used to conduct the evaluation of courses submitted by students for Front-End Web Development Certification.Some certification events may happen immediately or may be delayed until a course is completed.