Advanced Web Development Course

Online businesses have made more room for websites than physical stores. Even businesses that have a physical presence maintain an online presence to grab potential customers' attention and get them interested in their products and services.

Starting from: January 2023

About this Course

The Advanced Website Development course is the perfect way to make yourself more marketable in today's job market. You will learn how to create a website from scratch, how to code and customize it, and how to manage your site after it's live. Anyone interested in working in web development should seize this chance.

  • COURSE DETAILS
  • Tiers: 8

  • Duration: 4 Months

  • Time Flexibility

  • Professional Instructors

  • COURSE FEATURES
  • Professional Certification

  • Premium Assets

  • Resume Preparation

  • Hand-on Labs

Before: 51,600

Skills you'll learn

  • HTML, CSS, JAVASCRIPT

  • JQUERY

  • Angular JS

  • BOOTSTRAP 3

  • DREAMWEAVER

  • PSD TO HTML CONVERSION AND WORDPRESS

  • PHP WITH MYSQL

  • WORDPRESS

  • SEARCH ENGINE OPTIMIZATION

Reasons to Enroll

  • Learn on latest modules.

  • Job-ready certification.

  • Valuable deliverables.

Entry Requirements

  • No minimum age requirement.

  • Basic level English.

  • Mid-level computer operating skills.

  • Basic Web Development Course.

Tiers

  • Introduction

  • Editors

  • Headings

  • Paragraphs

  • Type of CSS

  • Formatting

  • Tables and Div

  • Class and Id differences

  • HTML Links

  • HTML Images

  • HTML Lists

  • HTML Web Layout

  • HTML5 New Tags

  • HTML5 Canvas HTML5-GRAPHICS (2D and 3D Effects)

  • Introduction

  • What is Canvas?

  • Create a Canvas

  • Canvas Coordinates

  • Canvas – Paths (lines, circles)

  • Canvas – Text

  • Canvas – Gradients

  • Canvas – Images

  • Create Linear Gradient

  • Create Radial Gradient

  • HTML5 SVG HTML5-GRAPHICS (2D and 3D Effects)

  • Introduction

  • What is SVG?

  • SVG Advantages

  • Differences Between SVG and Canvas

  • Comparison of Canvas and SVG

  • Why SVG?

  • SVG Shapes

  • Rectangle

  • Circle

  • Ellipse

  • Line

  • Polyline

  • Polygon

  • Path

  • HTML5 Form Controls

  • HTML5 validation (required and pattern tags)

  • HTML5 local storage

  • HTML5 Geo Locations

  • CSS 3 Advance Topics

  • CSS 3 animation

  • CSS 3 transition

  • CSS 3 gradients

  • CSS 3 menus

  • HTML JavaScript

  • Client Side Scripting

  • Events and Objects

  • Validating JavaScript

  • Form Validation using JavaScript

  • HTML Forms

  • HTML Form Elements

  • Resume-making and interview preparation (Bonus)

  • HTML Input Types

  • HTML Input Attributes

  • jQuery Introduction

  • jQuery Get Started

  • jQuery Syntax

  • jQuery Selectors

  • jQuery Events

  • jQuery Get

  • jQuery Set

  • jQuery Add

  • jQuery Remove

  • jQuery CSS Classes

  • jQuery css()

  • jQuery Dimensions

  • jQuery Traversing

  • jQuery Ancestors

  • jQuery Descendants

  • jQuery Siblings

  • jQuery Filtering

  • Angular JS History

  • Angular JS Reference

  • ng-app

  • ng-bind

  • ng-blur

  • ng-bind-html

  • ng-change

  • ng-class-even

  • ng-class-even

  • ng-class-odd

  • ng-click

  • ng-app Directive

  • ng-init Directive

  • ng-model Directive

  • Repeating HTML Elements

  • Number

  • String

  • Objects

  • array

  • Modules

  • Controllers

  • One-way binding

  • Two-way binding

  • Display with order By Filter

  • Using the Dreamweaver Workspace

  • Working with the Document Window

  • Setting Your Preferences

  • Getting Help

  • Understanding the Site Creation Process

  • Creating the Site Structure

  • Defining the Site

  • Understanding HTML and CSS

  • Creating a New Document

  • Defining Page Properties

  • Creating a Layout

  • Adding Text

  • Importing a Word Document

  • Including Existing HTML Documents

  • Creating a Template

  • Using a Template

  • Understanding Objects

  • Exploring the Assets Panel

  • Inserting Images

  • Creating Rollover Images

  • Previewing a Document

  • Using AP Elements to Create Interactive Images

  • Attaching Behaviors to AP Elements

  • Using Library Items

  • Creating a Table

  • Adding Elements to a Table

  • Creating a Form

  • Adding Form Controls

  • Inserting Multimedia Objects

  • Adding a Flash Button

  • Understanding Links

  • Creating a Text Link

  • Creating an Image Link

  • Creating an Image Map

  • Inserting a Navigation Bar

  • Adding a Jump Menu

  • Working with the Site Map

  • Understanding Text Formatting Options

  • Formatting Text

  • Creating Lists

  • Formatting Tables

  • Creating Frames

  • Using Frames

  • Introduction to CSS

  • Creating and Applying CSS Styles

  • Working with Style Sheets

  • Modifying CSS Styles

  • Using CSS Layouts

  • Adding AP Elements

  • Checking Links

  • Validating Tags

  • Checking Target Browsers

  • Publishing to a Remote Site

  • Using Check In/Check Out

  • Updating Published Files

  • Synchronizing Files

  • What is Twitter Bootstrap?

  • History

  • Why use Bootstrap?

  • What Bootstrap Package Includes? Checking Target Browsers

  • Publishing to a Remote Site

  • Using Check In/Check Out

  • Updating Published Files

  • Synchronizing Files

  • Grid options

  • Responsive column resets

  • Offset columns

  • Nesting columns

  • Column ordering

  • Bootstrap CSS Overview

  • HTML5 doc type

  • Mobile First

  • Responsive images

  • Typography and links

  • Normalize

  • Containers

  • Bootstrap Typography

  • Headings

  • INLINE SUBHEADINGS

  • Emphasis

  • Abbreviations

  • Addresses

  • Block quotes

  • Lists

  • Bootstrap Tables

  • Basic Table

  • Optional Table Classes

  • STRIPED TABLE

  • BORDERED TABLE

  • HOVER TABLE

  • CONDENSED TABLE

  • Contextual classes

  • Responsive tables

  • Bootstrap Forms

  • Form Layout

  • VERTICAL OR BASIC FORM

  • INLINE FORM

  • HORIZONTAL FORM

  • Supported Form Controls

  • CHECKBOXES AND RADIOS

  • SELECTS

  • Form Control States

  • Form Control Sizing

  • Help Text

  • Bootstrap Buttons

  • Button Size

  • Button State

  • DISABLED STATE

  • Button Tags

  • Bootstrap Images

  • .img-rounded

  • .img-circle

  • .img-thumbnail

  • Bootstrap Helper Classes

  • Close icon

  • Carets

  • Quick floats

  • Center content blocks

  • Clearfix

  • Showing and hiding content

  • ∙ Screen reader content

  • Bootstrap Responsive utilities

  • visible-xs

  • visible-sm

  • visible-md

  • visible-lg

  • Print classes

  • visible-print

  • hidden-print

  • Bootstrap Glyphicons

  • What are Glyphicons?

  • Where to find Glyphicons?

  • Bootstrap Dropdowns

  • Options

  • ALIGNMENT

  • HEADERS

  • Bootstrap Button Groups

  • Basic Button Group

  • Button Toolbar

  • Button Size

  • Nesting

  • Vertical Buttongroup

  • Bootstrap Button Dropdowns

  • Split Button Dropdowns

  • Button Dropdown Size

  • Dropup variation

  • Bootstrap Input Groups

  • Basic Input Group

  • Input Group Sizing

  • Checkboxes and radio addons

  • Button addons

  • Buttons with dropdowns

  • Segmented buttons

  • Bootstrap Navigation Elements

  • Tabular Navigation or Tabs

  • Pills Navigation

  • Vertical Pills

  • Justified Nav

  • Disabled Links

  • Dropdowns

  • Pills with Dropdowns

  • Bootstrap Navbar

  • Default navbar

  • Responsive navbar

  • Forms in navbar

  • Buttons in navbar

  • Text in navbar

  • Non-nav links

  • Component alignment

  • Fixed to top

  • Fixed to bottom

  • Static top

  • Inverted navbar

  • Bootstrap Breadcrumb

  • Bootstrap Pagination

  • Pagination

  • Default Pagination

  • States

  • Sizing

  • Pager

  • ALIGNED LINKS

  • STATES

  • Bootstrap Labels

  • Bootstrap Badges

  • Bootstrap Jumbotron

  • Bootstrap Page Header

  • Bootstrap Thumbnails

  • Bootstrap Alerts

  • Dismissal Alerts

  • Links in Alerts

  • Bootstrap Progress Bars

  • Default Progress Bar

  • Alternate Progress Bar

  • Striped Progress Bar

  • Animated Progress Bar

  • Stacked Progress Bar

  • Bootstrap Media Object

  • .media

  • .media-list

  • Bootstrap List Group

  • Adding Badges to List Group

  • Linking List Group Items

  • Add Custom Content to List Group

  • Bootstrap Panels

  • Panel with heading

  • Panel with footer

  • Panel Contextual alternatives

  • Panel with tables

  • Panel with Listgroups

  • Bootstrap Wells

  • well

  • Sizing

  • Bootstrap Plugins Overview

  • Data Attributes

  • Events

  • Bootstrap Transition Plugin

  • Bootstrap Modal Plugin

  • Bootstrap Dropdown Plugin

  • Bootstrap Scrollspy Plugin

  • Bootstrap Tab Plugin

  • Bootstrap Tooltip Plugin

  • Bootstrap Popover Plugin

  • Bootstrap Alert Plugin

  • Websites structure.

  • What Is PSD To Web Conversion?.

  • Photoshop layer and slicing.

  • Build structure of Html5/CSS3/JavaScript Complete website.

  • Introduction to WordPress Themes.

  • Using WordPress Themes to convert HTML to WordPress.

  • Introduction to PHP

  • Websites .

  • Types of websites

  • Types of scripting

  • Difference between server side and client side scripting .

  • PHP: The big picture

  • Installation and management of PHP.

  • Syntax, Strings, Variables, Data types (variants) Operators Constants

  • Storing text as strings .

  • Joining strings.

  • Doing calculations with PHP .

  • Basic String Function.

  • Making decisions with conditions and comparisons.

  • Using switch statements and the ternary operator

  • Using loops for repetitive actions

  • Array, Types of Array .

  • Array Sorting

  • Storing multiple values in arrays

  • Looping through the contents of an array

  • Forms, Form Elements

  • Post data using Get and Post Method

  • MySQL Database

  • MySQL Connect

  • MySQL Create DB

  • MySQL Create Table

  • MySQL Insert Data

  • MySQL Select Data

  • MySQL Delete Data

  • MySQL Update Data

  • MySQL Limit Data

  • Connecting with MySQL database

  • Mysql_query, mysql_fetch_array, mysql_fetch_assoc_array commands

  • Display data from database

  • Using the built-in functions of PHP

  • Understanding PHP documentation

  • Creating custom functions

  • Including external files

  • Passing values by reference to a function

  • Session management

  • Create simple login and logout system using session

  • Create a custom CMS (Front end , Back end)

  • CMS contain dynamic menu, pages, and categories

  • User management in CMS

  • Handling radio button groups

  • Handling single checkboxes

  • Handling checkbox groups

  • Handling select menus

  • Handling multiple-choice lists

  • Eliminating unwanted backslashes

  • How PHP sends email

  • Displaying error messages conditionally

  • Making sure required fields aren't blank

  • Preserving user input when a form is incomplete

  • Adding headers and automating the reply address

  • Building the message body

  • Sending the email

  • Using PHP's email functions

  • Sending simple emails

  • Sending HTML emails

  • Working with web forms

  • Connect MySQL database using PDO

  • Ajax Overview

  • Ajax on the Server

  • Ajax on the Client

  • HTTP Request and Response Fundamentals

  • The XMLHttpRequest Object

  • XMLHttpRequest Properties

  • Cross-Browser Usage

  • Sending a Request to the Server

  • Basic Ajax Example

  • Bringing in the Ajax: GET vs. POST

  • Passing Values

  • Client-Driven Communication, Server-Side Processing

  • Basic Examples

  • Expanding and Contracting Content

  • Auto-Complete

  • Form Validation

  • Tool Tips

  • JSON, Ajax and PHP

  • Intro

  • Creating first object

  • Overloading with Magic Methods

  • Understanding PHP classes and objects

  • Deciphering error messages

  • Accessing classes without instantiation

  • Class relationships and interactions

  • Built-in PHP objects

  • Design Patterns

  • Basic introduction of MVC

  • Some basic examples of MVC pattern in PHP

  • Advantage of using Framework

  • Introducing CodeIgniter Framework

  • Create first project with Code Igniter Framework

  • Advantage of using Framework

  • Active Record Class:

  • Insert Data

  • Client Side Validation

  • RegExp

  • Server side validation

  • Captcha image verification

  • Active Record Class:

  • Selecting Data

  • Session

  • Email system

  • Active Record Class:

  • Method Chaining- Deleting Data

  • Database Normalization

  • Active Record Class:

  • Updating Data

  • Database relationship

  • Database Model Description

  • Basic database design concept

  • CodeIgniter Methods

  • CodeIgniter Classes

  • Lecture on secure path SSL

  • Email Manager

  • Include file & file upload

  • PayPal Standard

  • Authorize.net

  • Introduction of WordPress

  • Define word press?

  • WordPress installation

  • What is the difference of WordPress, WordPress.com, and WordPress.org?

  • Create word press sit

  • Use WordPress Dashboard

  • Use WordPress toolbar

  • Difference between posts and pages

  • Add new post

  • Use categories and tags

  • Use text formatting

  • Creating and managing links

  • Adding images

  • Adding an image gallery

  • Using Featured Image

  • Adding images from external sources

  • Publishing posts

  • Using the More tag and excerpts

  • Defining post formats

  • Creating a basic page

  • Using page templates

  • Organizing page hierarchy

  • Navigating the Dashboard index pages

  • Using Quick Edit

  • Using Bulk Edit

  • Understanding how WordPress handles media content

  • Selecting and changing themes

  • Using the Theme Customizer

  • Using a custom header image

  • Creating custom menus

  • Changing the front page from a blog view to a static page

  • Installing themes from the WordPress Theme Directory

  • Installing custom themes

  • WordPress Themes

  • Themes depository & theme structure

  • How to search, preview and install a new theme

  • Editing and customizing theme

  • Create & add a new logo

  • Set up Permalinks – the name of the page (URL)

  • Create a custom theme

  • How to use Widgets

  • Create Custom menu

  • Using theme frameworks and parent-child Themes

  • Understanding Post versus Pages.

  • Organize Post with categories

  • Connecting posts together with tags

  • Managing Lists of Links

  • Create a blog page to display all Posts (articles)

  • Create some generic pages – about us, contact us, map

  • Delete pages

  • Add sub pages

  • Blog

  • Add a post

  • Delete a post

  • Custom post types and custom Taxonomies

  • Upload images

  • Add Images To a post

  • Add Images To a page

  • Edit Images in WordPress

  • Plugins

  • Show Plugins depository

  • Finding and installing plugins Quickly and Easily

  • Extending WordPress With Plugins

  • Add WordPress Security plugin

  • Add a database backup plugin

  • Add an Advanced Text editor plugin

  • Manage Content

  • Insert and Format Text

  • Add a basic Contact Form plugin

  • Add a Google Map

  • Downloadable Files in WordPress

  • Alternatives to Using WordPress for Managing Media Online

  • WordPress Photo Galleries

  • Creating Online Store using WordPress Plugins

  • Manage Stock and Variations

  • Managing Shipping

  • Online Payments

  • Using Advanced form plugins

  • Visual form builder

  • Gravity form

  • Donation Forms

  • A checklist for WordPress SEO

  • Using SEO Plugins and SEO friendly WordPress themes

  • Mastering Google webmaster Tools

  • Writing and Linking for SEO

  • Avoiding Black Hat SEO

  • Fetch data in custom templates using different queries.

  • Managing database security

  • WP-DB Manager

  • Updating and upgrading WordPress itself

  • Updating Plugins and themes

  • Managing site Backup

  • Managing archives using WordPress blog

  • Securing WordPress Passwords

  • Updates and patches to keep your website secure

  • Connecting securely to your WordPress website

  • User Management

  • Understand different types of users and theirs roles

  • Explain different types of advanced plugins according to client requirements

  • Final overview of WordPress

  • Review all course in last class

  • Working different plugins of e-commerce

  • Working on woo commerce

  • What is a Search Engine Optimization

  • Keyword Density

  • SEO friendly URL

  • Title, Meta and Description

  • Link building

  • On-site /off-site optimization factors

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