What You Will Learn
- Develop web sites using the latest web standards
- How to code with modern HTML5 tags, draw and animate fun Web graphics and play audio and video elements
- CSS best practices for web page design
- Understand why accessibility and internationalization are important
Courses in this Program
Courses areIntroductory to Advanced.
Effort:5–7 hours per week, for 5 weeks
Learn how to take your Web pages from bland to bold with the power of CSS styling.
Effort:4–6 hours per week, for 6 weeks
Learn how to build Web sites using HTML5 and basic CSS, directly from W3C, creator of the latest Web standards.
Effort:6–8 hours per week, for 5 weeks
Effort:6–8 hours per week, for 6 weeks
Learn how to write Web pages and Web sites by mastering HTML5 coding techniques and best practices.
Effort:6–8 hours per week, for 4 weeks
Today, developers are increasingly moving from native to HTML5-based apps. Increase your ability to design and deliver innovative services on the Web!
- Web application development is one of the most exciting fields to be in!
- Whether you are just starting your professional life or embarking on a new chapter, career prospects are endless and include: Front End Developer, Web App Developer, Web Designer, Web Integrator, Web Content Strategist, and many more.
- The average salary for front-end web developers in the US is $104,745.
"As a search engine focused on promoting internet users rights, Qwant values open standards which are essential to making information freely readable and shareable on the Web. Therefore, Qwant welcomes the "Front-End Web Developer" W3C Professional Certificate that teaches core W3C Web standard technologies. From now on, everyone will be empowered to author better Web sites and as such to strengthen trust, transparency and privacy on the Web for all Web users, aligning to our mission."
- Eric Leandri, President, Qwant