New to Learn website Development

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    lokeshjoshi94posted 12 months ago

    Hello everyone basically I am not from a programming background but I have an interest in website development, and i do not have so much knowledge about programming languages and, do not know where I can start, can anyone please suggest to me the best courses and tutorials so that I can start my learning?

    Thank You

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    Stanley Harrisonposted 2 months ago

    Familiarize yourself with the fundamental building blocks of web development, including HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) for content structure, CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) for styling, and JavaScript for interactivity.

    Learn HTML:
    HTML is the foundation of any web page. It provides the structure and content of your website. Start by learning the basic HTML tags, such as <html>, <head>, <body>, and <div>. You can find numerous online tutorials and resources to help you learn HTML.

    Master CSS:
    CSS is used to style your website and make it visually appealing. Learn how to select HTML elements and apply styles to them. Understand concepts like selectors, properties, values, and CSS box model. Experiment with different styles and layouts to gain hands-on experience.

    Dive into JavaScript:
    JavaScript adds interactivity and dynamic behavior to your website. Begin by understanding the basics of JavaScript syntax, variables, data types, functions, and control structures. As you progress, explore more advanced topics like DOM manipulation and event handling.

    Choose a Text Editor or IDE:
    Select a text editor or integrated development environment (IDE) for writing your code. Popular choices include Visual Studio Code, Sublime Text, and Atom. These tools offer features like syntax highlighting, auto-completion, and code debugging to streamline your development process.

    Practice and Build Projects:
    The best way to learn web development is through practice. Start by building small projects, such as personal websites or portfolio sites. As you gain confidence, take on more challenging projects and explore different technologies and frameworks.

    Learn Responsive Design:
    With the increasing use of mobile devices, it's crucial to create site that adapt to different screen sizes. Learn about responsive design techniques using media queries, flexible grids, and responsive frameworks like Bootstrap or Foundation.

    Explore Backend Development:
    To create dynamic websites and handle server-side functionality, consider learning a backend programming language like Python, PHP, or JavaScript (Node.js). This will enable you to build more advanced web applications and interact with databases.

    Learn Version Control:
    Version control systems like Git allow you to track changes in your code and collaborate with others. Learn the basics of Git and platforms like GitHub or GitLab to manage your code and work effectively in a team.

    Stay Curious and Keep Learning:
    Web development is a rapidly evolving field, so it's essential to stay up to date with the latest technologies and trends. Follow relevant blogs, join online communities, and explore new frameworks and libraries to expand your skills.

    Remember, learning web development takes time and practice. Start small, be patient, and celebrate your achievements along the way. Good luck with your journey into website development!


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