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  • CSS and CSS3 Programming For Absolute Beginners
    • CSS and CSS3 Programming For Absolute Beginners
      • 1.1 Introduction And The Basics
      • 1.2 Installing Notepad Plus Plus
      • 1.3 Widths And Heights
      • 1.4 Margins And Padding
      • 1.5 Borders
      • 1.6 Centering A Container
      • 1.7 Display Property
      • 1.8 Hiding An Element
      • 1.9 Positioning
      • 1.10 Font Basics
      • 1.11 Text Alignment
      • 1.12 Styling Links (Hyperlinks)
      • 1.13 Styling Headers
  • Fundamentals of Ajax Development
    • Fundamentals Of Ajax Development
      • 1.1 Course Materials
      • 1.2 What Is Ajax
      • 1.3 How To Execute Ajax
      • 1.4 Requests
      • 1.5 Response
      • 1.6 readyStates And Status
      • 1.7 Putting It Together
  • Fundamentals of CSS
    • Fundamentals Of CSS
      • 1.1 Course Material
      • 1.2 What Is CSS
      • 1.3 Syntax
      • 1.4 Using Style Sheets
      • 1.5 External Style Sheets
      • 1.6 ID s And Classes
      • 1.7 Styling Elements
      • 1.8 Comments
      • 1.9 Background Colors
      • 1.10 Background Image
      • 1.11 Text Color
      • 1.12 Text Formatting
      • 1.13 Font Properties
      • 1.14 Text Properties
      • 1.15 Links
      • 1.16 Lists
      • 1.17 Width And Height
      • 1.18 Borders
      • 1.19 Margin And Padding
      • 1.20 Cursor
      • 1.21 Display
      • 1.22 Overflow
  • Fundamentals of CSS3
    • Fundamentals Of CSS3
      • 1.1 Course Materials
      • 1.2 What Is CSS3?
      • 1.3 Border Radius
      • 1.4 Border Image
      • 1.5 Box Shadow
      • 1.6 Background Size
      • 1.7 Text Shadow
      • 1.8 Custom Fonts
      • 1.9 Rotate
      • 1.10 Resize
  • Fundamentals of HTML
    • Fundamentals Of HTML
      • 1.1 Course Materials
      • 1.2 What Is HTML
      • 1.3 Editors
      • 1.4 Elements
      • 1.5 Block Elements
      • 1.6 Attributes
      • 1.7 Line Breaks
      • 1.8 Headers And Paragraphs
      • 1.9 Links
      • 1.10 Images
      • 1.11 Formatting (Part 1)
      • 1.12 Formatting (Part 2)
      • 1.13 The Style Attribute
      • 1.14 Comments
      • 1.15 The Div Element
      • 1.16 Lists
      • 1.17 Tables (Part 1)
      • 1.18 Tables (Part 2)
      • 1.19 Forms
      • 2.20 IFrames
  • Fundamentals of JavaScript
    • Fundamentals Of JavaScript
      • 1.1 Course Materials
      • 1.2 What Is Javascript
      • 1.3 Internal Vs. External
      • 1.4 Comments
      • 1.5 document.write()
      • 1.6 Alert And Confirm
      • 1.7 Prompting For Info
      • 1.8 Variables
      • 1.9 Conjugation
      • 1.10 Arithmetic
      • 1.11 Redirecting And New Windows
      • 1.12 Empty Links
      • 1.13 String Manipulation
      • 1.14 Comparisons
      • 1.15 If Else Statements
      • 1.16 Else If Statements
      • 1.17 Switch Statements
      • 1.18 Functions
      • 1.19 Events
      • 1.20 getElementById()
      • 1.21 Escaping
      • 1.22 Arrays
      • 1.23 For Loops
      • 1.24 While Loops
      • 1.25 Breaking Out Of Loops
      • 1.26 Skipping A Loop Cycle
  • Fundamentals of jQuery
    • Fundamentals Of jQuery
      • 1.1 Course Materials
      • 1.2 What Is jQuery
      • 1.3 Installing jQuery
      • 1.4 Syntax
      • 1.5 Selectors
      • 1.6 Events (Part 1)
      • 1.7 Events (Part 2)
      • 1.8 When A Key Is Pressed
      • 1.9 Effects
      • 1.10 Callbacks
      • 1.11 .html()
      • 1.12 Changing CSS
      • 1.13 Animations
      • 1.14 Attributes
      • 1.15 jQuery.Ajax
      • 1.16 Finishing jQuery
  • Fundamentals of MySQL
    • Fundamentals Of MySQL
      • 1.1 Course Materials
      • 1.2 What Is SQL
      • 1.3 Setting Up A Database
      • 1.4 Introducing phpMyAdmin
      • 1.5 Syntax
      • 1.6 Tables And Rows
      • 1.7 Connecting To A Database
      • 1.8 Creating A Table And Columns
      • 1.9 Inserting Information
      • 1.10 Cleaning Information
      • 1.11 Pulling Info From A Database
      • 1.12 Where
      • 1.13 And Or
      • 1.14 Limits And Ordering Data
      • 1.15 Updating Rows
      • 1.16 Deleting Rows
      • 1.17 Secure Your Password
      • 1.18 Finishing Upv
  • Fundamentals of PHP
    • Fundamentals Of PHP
      • 1.1 Course Materials
      • 1.2 What Is PHP
      • 1.3 Installing PHP
      • 1.4 Syntax And Hello World
      • 1.5 Comments
      • 1.6 Variables
      • 1.7 Strings And Conjugation
      • 1.8 String Replacement
      • 1.9 String Manipulation
      • 1.10 HTML Entities
      • 1.11 Arrays
      • 1.12 Explode And Implode
      • 1.13 Operators
      • 1.14 If Else Statements
      • 1.15 Elseif
      • 1.16 Switch
      • 1.17 For Loops
      • 1.18 While Loops
      • 1.19 Break From Loops
      • 1.20 Continue, Is Array And Quotes
      • 1.21 Including Files
      • 1.22 Functions
      • 1.23 Constants
      • 1.24 Checking If It Exists
      • 1.25 Forms (Part 1)
      • 1.26 Forms (Part 2)
      • 1.27 New Lines
      • 1.28 Date And Time
      • 1.29 Ternary Logic
  • HTML and CSS for Beginning Web Developers
    • Module 1 - Introduction To HTML
      • 1.1 The Basics Of HTML
      • 1.2 What Is HTML
      • 1.3 Getting The Browser
      • 1.4 Getting The Editor
      • 1.5 Setting Up The Editor
    • Module 2 - HTML Basics
      • 2.1 Structure Hello World
      • 2.2 The DOM
      • 2.3 Customizing The Editor
      • 2.4 Self Closing Tags - Environment
      • 2.5 Validation
      • 2.6 Comments
    • Module 3 - Block Level Elements
      • 3.1 Block Level Elements
    • Module 4 - Line Breaks And Spacing
      • 4.1 Line Breaks And Spacing
    • Module 5 - Inline Elements
      • 5.1 Span Text Modifiers
      • 5.2 Anchors
      • 5.3 Exercise - Linking To The Top Of The Page
      • 5.4 Images
    • Module 6 - Tables And Forms
      • 6.1 Tables
      • 6.2 The Basics Of Forms
      • 6.3 HTML5 Input Attributes
      • 6.4 New HTML5 Inputs
      • 6.5 Action Attribute
      • 6.6 GET vs POST
      • 6.7 Using An Image For The Submi Button
      • 6.8 Exercise - Hote Booking Form
      • 6.9 Placeholder Vs. Value
      • 6.10 Radio Buttons, Checkboxes, Selsct Elemnets And Text Areas
    • Module 7 - Sematic HTML5 Elements
      • 7.1 New Elements
      • 7.2 What Are Semantic Elements
      • 7.3 Semantics Elements In Practice
      • 7.4 Meter And Progress Elements
    • Module 8 - Multimedia
      • 8.1 Audio
      • 8.2 Video
  • JavaScript for Absolute Beginners
    • Module 1 - Introduction To JavaScript
      • 1.1 Introduction To JavaScript
      • 1.2 Script Tags
      • 1.3 Boxes
      • 1.4 Console
      • 1.5 Variables
      • 1.6 Undefined, typeof, NaN
      • 1.7 Concatination
    • Module 2 - Operators
      • 2.1 Comparison Operators
      • 2.2 Logical Operators
      • 2.3 Mathematical Operators
      • 2.4 Commenting
    • Module 3 - Arrays
      • 3.1 Arrays
      • 3.2 Array Prototype
      • 3.3 Looping Over Arrays
  • JavaScript for Beginning Web Developers
    • Module 1 - Introduction To JavaScript
      • 1.1 Introduction To JavaScript
      • 1.2 Script Tags
      • 1.3 Boxes
      • 1.4 Console
      • 1.5 Variables
      • 1.6 Undefined, typeof, NaN
      • 1.7 Concatination
      • 1.8 Comparison Operators
      • 1.9 Logical Operators
      • 1.10 Mathematical Operators
      • 1.11 Commenting
    • Module 2 - Intermediate JavaScript
      • 2.1 Arrays
      • 2.2 Array Prototype
      • 2.3 Looping Over Arrays
      • 2.4 Introduction To Objects
      • 2.5 Creating An Object
      • 2.6 Dates And Times
      • 2.7 Intervals
      • 2.8 Countdown (Example Application)
      • 2.9 Callbacks
      • 2.10 Callback In Countdown
    • Module 3 - Working With JavaScript Elements
      • 3.1 Dom Elements
      • 3.2 Query Selector
      • 3.3 Event Handlers
      • 3.4 Input Fields
      • 3.5 Creating Elements
      • 3.6 Styling Elements
    • Module 4 - Bonus JavaScript Tips
      • 4.1 Linting
      • 4.2 Minification
  • Learn MySQL Database In Under an Hour
    • Section 1 - Introduction
      • 1.1 Introduction To MySQL Database
    • Section 2 - Getting Started With MySQL
      • 2.1 Windows Command Prompt
      • 2.2 MySQL Monitor
    • Section 3 - Working With Databases
      • 3.1 Showing Databases
      • 3.2 Creating A Database
      • 3.3 Selecting A Database
    • Section 4 - Working With Tables
      • 4.1 Creating Tables
      • 4.2 Showing Tables
      • 4.3 Describing Tables
      • 4.4 What Is NULL
      • 4.5 Adding Table Columns
    • Section 5 - Working With Records
      • 5.1 Inserting Records
      • 5.2 Selecting Records
      • 5.3 Counting Records
      • 5.4 The WHERE Clause
      • 5.5 Searching Records
      • 5.6 Updating Records
      • 5.7 Deleting Records
    • Section 6 - Deleting And Updating
      • 6.1 Custom Column Names
      • 6.2 Removing Table Columns
      • 6.3 Deleting Tables
      • 6.4 Deleting Databases
  • Learn MySQL From Scratch
    • Section 1 - IntroductionTo MYSQL
      • 1.1 What Is MYSQL
      • 1.2 Installing MySQL
      • 1.3 Accessing The MySQL Monitor
      • 1.4 Using PHPmyAdmin
    • Section 2 - The Basic Of MYSQL
      • 2.1 Creating Databases
      • 2.2 Deleting Databases
      • 2.3 Creating Tables
      • 2.4 Listing And Describing Tables
      • 2.5 Inserting Records
      • 2.6 Selecting Records
      • 2.7 Renaming Tables
      • 2.8 Auto Increment IDs
      • 2.9 Updating Records
      • 2.10 Deleting Records
      • 2.11 Limiting Records
      • 2.12 Ordering Records
      • 2.13 Joins
      • 2.14 Like Clause
      • 2.15 Counting Records
    • Section 3 - Introduction To MYSQL And PHP
      • 3.1 Introduction To MySQLI
      • 3.2 Introduction To PHP Data Objects
    • Section 4 - MYSQLI Basics
      • 4.1 Connecting
      • 4.2 Basic Queries
      • 4.3 Getting Results
      • 4.4 Looping Through Results
      • 4.5 Getting Result Counts
      • 4.6 Variables In Queries
      • 4.7 SQL Injections
      • 4.8 Escaping Values
      • 4.9 Prepared Statements
    • Section 5 - Project Creating A Database Wrapper
      • 5.1 Wrapper - Introduction
      • 5.2 Creating A Test Database
      • 5.3 Basic Functionalities
      • 5.4 Adding More Functionalities
    • Section 6 - Project Bulding A Contact Form
      • 6.1 Contact - Introduction
      • 6.2 Creating The Table
      • 6.3 Inserting Your Records
      • 6.4 Outputting The Data
  • Learn PHP Programming From Scratch
    • Module 1 - Getting Started
      • 1.1 Introduction
      • 1.2 Setting Up A Web Server
    • Module 2 - PHP Basics
      • 2.1 Basics Echo Print
      • 2.2 Variables
      • 2.3 If Statements
      • 2.4 Arithmetic Operators
      • 2.5 Comparison Operators
      • 2.6 Logical Operators
      • 2.7 Switch Statement
      • 2.8 Arrays
      • 2.9 Multi - Dimensional Arrays
      • 2.10 While Loop
      • 2.11 Do While Loop
      • 2.12 For Loops
      • 2.13 Foreach
      • 2.14 Functions
      • 2.15 GET
      • 2.16 POST
      • 2.17 Commenting Code
      • 2.18 Embedding PHP Within HTML
      • 2.19 A Better Way To Display HTML
      • 2.20 Triple Equals
      • 2.21 Checkboxes
      • 2.22 Radio Buttons
      • 2.23 Splitting A String By Spaces(Whitespace)
      • 2.24 Generate A Random Number
      • 2.25 Explode (String To Array)
      • 2.26 Implode (Array To String)
      • 2.27 Formatting Numbers
      • 2.28 Arrays (Part 1 Of 2)
      • 2.29 Arrays (Part 2 Of 2)
      • 2.30 Quickly Return True Or False
    • Module 3 - Advanced Topics
      • 3.1 Sessions
      • 3.2 Cookies (Part 1)
      • 3.3 Cookies (Part 2)
      • 3.4 Ternary Operator (Inline IF Statement)
      • 3.5 Functions With Undefined Parameters
    • Module 4 - Creating A Contact Form
      • 4.1 Contact Form (Part 1 Of 3)
      • 4.2 Contact Form (Part 2 Of 3)
      • 4.3 Contact Form (Part 3 Of 3)
    • Module 5 - Easy Pagination
      • 5.1 Easy Pagination (Part 1 Of 3)
      • 5.2 Easy Pagination (Part 2 Of 3)
      • 5.3 Easy Pagination (Part 3 Of 3)
    • Module 6 - PHP Data Objects
      • 6.1 PDO Connecting To A Database
      • 6.2 Query Database Access Results
      • 6.3 Affected Row Count
      • 6.4 Binding Values To Queries
      • 6.5 Error Detection
      • 6.6 Return Last Inserted ID
      • 6.7 PDO Transactions
    • Module 7 - Sending Email
      • 7.1 Send Email Quickly And Easily (HTML Format)
      • 7.2 Sending Email With Attachments (Part 1 Of 2)
      • 7.3 Sending Email With Attachments (Part 2 Of 2)
      • 7.4 Sending Email From A Local Server
      • 7.5 Connecting To And Sending Email Via An SMTP Server
    • Module 8 - Course Conclusion
      • 8.1 Course Conclusion
  • MySQL and PHP Fundamentals
    • MySQL And PHP Fundamentals
      • 1.1 MySQL An Introduction
      • 1.2 Create Database
      • 1.3 Inserting Data
      • 1.4 SQL Injection
      • 1.5 Select Queries Part 1
      • 1.6 Select Queries Part 2

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  • What is this course about?

    Fundamentals of Web Development Suite is a comprehensive training program that equips candidates with the fundamentals of web development with extensive practice in coding of functional web applications. With constant technological advancements in this competitive era witnessing continuously changing programming platforms, trained web developers are highly sought after.

    This program provides training on a series of server-side and client-side programming languages and techniques to develop websites that are more responsive to the audience, thereby generating greater user engagement. The programming languages covered here are highly scalable and can be used with great ease while creating web applications, writing codes and in serving web pages.

    Fundamentals of Web Development Suite is comprehensive and can be taken up by both beginners as well as advanced learners. It is best suited for system engineers, mobile app developers, web application developers, software engineers and candidates with technical background.


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