Web Designing courses consist of different skills, disciplines in the production and maintenance of websites.
In this Complete Web Designing Course: Basic to Advanced Level you will learn to build Responsive Websites from Scratch. This course covers everything that you need to become a professional web designer.
At the beginning of the course, we will start by learning the essentials of Adobe Photoshop with image editing and manipulation. These skills will help you in designing and editing images for your website.
Then we will get in-depth about HTML5 & CSS, here you will learn to code your website from scratch. This skill will help you in developing your website just with HTML5 & CSS3.
Since you will now know the basic requirements of building a website, we will now get into learning about the CSS framework. More specifically Bootstrap 5. It is the most popular and advanced complete solution for building any kind of website in a matter of hours.
Then we will get into Adobe Dreamweaver CC 2015, Here you will learn how to create a complete website without code. We will go through some of the advanced settings and in-built CSS frameworks to build our web apps.
Now that most of the tools are covered we will later get into the most popular CMS in the world WordPress, by the way, CMS stands for Content Management System. Again here you do not need to code. We will learn how to build complete websites with Posts, Pages, Categories, Tags, the About page, and a contact form to collect user data.
Then at the end of the course, you will learn to build a complete full-fledged E-Commerce application from scratch. You will learn how to create products, receive orders, manage customers online, and also collect payments online via Payment Gateway
Outcome After completing this course:
Course Duration12 Weeks
Recognized CertificationEarn a certification on completion
Flexible SchedulesFlexible study schedules
Training DaysMonday, Wednesday and Friday
The following are required
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