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Web Designing

WEB DESIGNING: Do you envision yourself crafting stunning and user-friendly websites that not only look great but also engage and convert visitors? Then embark on a rewarding journey into the world of web design with Shaksham!

Saksham's Web Design course equips you with the essential skills and knowledge to:

  • Master the basics: Grasp the fundamental principles of web design, including layout, typography, color theory, and user interface (UI) design.
  • Become proficient in design tools: Learn how to utilize industry-standard tools like Adobe Photoshop, Figma, and Sketch to bring your design ideas to life.

Build responsive websites: Design websites that adapt and optimize flawlessly across various devices, from desktops to tablets and smartphones.

Why Choose Web Design?

Exploring web design opens doors to exciting possibilities:

  • High Demand: Skilled web designers are in high demand across various industries, offering promising career opportunities.
  • Creative Expression: Unleash your creativity and design visually appealing and user-centric websites that leave a lasting impression.
  • Problem-Solving Approach: Develop skills to solve complex design challenges while ensuring user experience is a top priority.
  • Lucrative Career Path: Build a fulfilling and rewarding career in a rapidly growing and dynamic field.

Saksham's Web Design course provides a comprehensive and interactive learning experience:

  • Engaging Video Lectures: Gain clarity with concise and engaging videos delivered by experienced instructors.
  • Interactive Exercises   and   Projects: Put   your   knowledge   into   practice through challenging exercises and real-world projects, building your design portfolio.
  • Supportive Learning Community: Connect and collaborate with fellow learners and instructors in a friendly and encouraging environment.

Become a web design whiz with Shaksham! By mastering essential skills and gaining valuable experience, you'll be equipped to design websites that not only look stunning but also function flawlessly and captivate users.

Enroll today and start building your web design future with Saksham!

Course Overview

Web programming in Python involves developing web applications or websites using Python as the primary programming language.
  • Architecture of a website
  • Different technologies in making the website
  • Web Development Introduction
HTML used for creating the structure and content of web pages.
  • History of HTML
  • What you need to do to get make your first HTML page
  • What are HTML Tags and Attributes?
  • HTML Tag vs. Element
  • HTML Attributes
HTML provides a range of basic formatting tags that allow you to control the appearance and structure of text and content on a website.
  • HTML Basic Tags
  • HTML Formatting Tags
  • HTML Color Codingconcession
HTML provides two essential elements, <div> and <span>, for grouping and organizing content on a website.
  • Div and Span Tags for Grouping
HTML offers three types of lists for organizing and presenting content on a website:
  • Unordered Lists
  • Ordered Lists
  • Definition list
HTML provides the <img> tag to insert images into a website.
  • Image and Image Mappin
  • Adding Images
  • Adding Border to an image
HTML for creating connections between web pages and enabling navigation within a website.
  • URL - Uniform Resource Locator
  • URL Encoding
  • Why links fail?
HTML tables are used to present structured data in rows and columns on a website.
  • < table >
  • < th >
  • < tr >
  • < td >
  • < caption >
  • < thead >
  • < tbody >
  • < tfoot >
  • < colgroup >
  • < col >
The <iframe> tag in HTML is used to embed another HTML document or web page within the current document.
  • Using Iframe as the Target
HTML forms are an essential component of website development that allow users to input and submit data.
  • < input >
  • < textarea >
  • < button >
  • < select >
  • < label >
HTML headers are used to provide a hierarchical structure and organize the content of a webpage.
  • Title
  • Base
  • Link
  • Styles
  • Script
  • Meta
HTML audio and HTML video elements are used to embed and play audio and video content within a webpage.
  • HTML audio Tags
  • HTML video Tags
CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) is a styling language used to describe the presentation and visual appearance of HTML documents.
  • CSS Syntax
  • CSS Id & Class
  • CSS How CSS Styling
  • Styling Backgrounds
  • Styling Text
  • Styling Fonts
  • Styling Links
  • Styling Lists
  • Styling Tables
The CSS Box Model is a fundamental concept in CSS.
  • CSS Border
  • CSS Outline
  • CSS Margin
  • CSS Display
  • CSS Positioning
  • CSS Floating
  • CSS Navigation Bar
  • CSS Image Gallery
  • CSS Image Opacity
  • CSS Align
Borders in website development refer to the visual lines or outlines that surround HTML elements, such as divs, images, buttons, and tables.
  • border-radius
  • Border Images
They play a crucial role in web design and help create visually appealing and engaging websites.
  • Background Size
  • background-origin
Text effects in CSS allow you to apply visual enhancements and decorative styles to text on a webpage.
  • text-shadow
  • box-shadow
  • Text
  • text-overflow
  • word-wrap
  • word-break
Font transforms in CSS allow you to modify the appearance and style of text by applying various transformations.
  • 2D Transforms
  • 3D Transforms
  • font-weight
  • font-style
  • line-height
  • letter-spacing
  • font-family
  • font-size
  • word-spacing
  • text-align
  • white-space
  • text-decoration
  • text-transform
  • transform
  • scale(x,y)
  • translate(x,y)
  • matrix()
  • rotate(angle)
  • skew(x-angle,y-angle)
Transitions in CSS provide a way to smoothly animate the changes in CSS properties over a specified duration.
  • transition-delay
  • transition-duration
  • transition-property
  • transition-timing-function
Animations in CSS allow you to create dynamic and interactive effects on webpages.
  • animation-direction
  • animation-delay
  • animation-name
  • animation-duration
Media queries in CSS allow you to apply different styles and layouts to webpages based on the characteristics of the user's device or viewport.
  • Media Queries
  • Fluid Layouts
  • What is Responsive Web Design
  • Tablet Styles
  • Intro to the Viewport
  • The Viewport Tag
  • Making a Mobile Drop-down Menu
  • Mobile Styles
  • Responsive Images & Polyfills
JavaScript is a high-level, interpreted programming language that is widely used for developing dynamic and interactive web applications.
  • Statements
  • Syntax
  • Comments
JavaScript is typically enabled by default in most modern web browsers.
  • Prompt
  • Confirm
  • Alert
In JavaScript, variables are used to store and manipulate data.
  • Arithmetic
  • Assignment
  • Comparison
  • Conditional
  • Logical
Conditional statements in JavaScript are used to perform different actions based on different conditions.
  • if
  • if...else
  • if...else if...else
  • Switch
Loops in JavaScript are used to repeatedly execute a block of code until a certain condition is met. They allow for efficient iteration and repetition of tasks.
  • for
  • while
  • do...while
  • Statement
  • Break
  • Continue
Functions in JavaScript are blocks of reusable code that perform a specific task.
  • Built-in Functions
  • paraseInt and parseFloat
  • User-defined Functions
  • Function Syntax
  • Function with Arguments
  • Returning Values from Functions
JavaScript allows you to respond to these events and execute specific code when they occur.
  • Introduction
  • Keyboard Events
  • Mouse Events
  • Document/Window Events
  • Form Events
JavaScript provides the document.cookie property to work with cookies.
  • Introduction
  • Arrays
  • Math
  • Strings
  • Number
  • Associative Array
  • Date
  • Regexp
  • Array Properties and Methods
  • Boolean
JavaScript is a versatile and powerful programming language that is commonly used for web development.
  • Form Validations
  • Validating Radio Buttons
  • Basics of Form Validation
  • Validating Select Menus
  • Validating Checkboxes
  • Validating Textareas
The Document Object Model (DOM) is a programming interface for HTML and XML documents.
  • Introduction
  • DOM Events
The Browser Object Model (BOM) in JavaScript provides a set of objects and APIs that allow interaction with the web browser.
  • JS Window
  • JS Location
  • JS Cookies
  • JS Time
  • JS Popups
React.js is an open-source JavaScript library for building user interfaces.
  • What is React JS? What is SPA? DOM vs Virtual DOM Advantages and Disadvantages Key Features
  • What is SPA?
  • Advantages and Disadvantages
  • DOM vs Virtual DOM
  • Key Features
To set up your development environment for React.js, you will need a few tools and dependencies.
  • Installation of CLI
  • Setup Project
  • Node | NPM Installation of CLI Setup Project Directory Structure Code Editors How React JS Application Boot
  • Directory Structure
  • How React JS Application Boot
  • Code Editors
Object-Oriented Programming (OOP) is a programming paradigm that allows the creation of objects that encapsulate data and behavior.
  • literal and keys object functions
  • Object Prototypes
  • nested objects
  • setter and getter methods
  • Object functions
JavaScript library for building user interfaces, offers several key features that make it a powerful tool for front-end development.
  • JSX and TSX
  • Render Elements
  • React Concepts
  • Handling Events
  • Props and State
  • Function and Class Components
  • Dynamic Data Rendering
  • Property Binding
React uses a virtual representation of the DOM to optimize performance by minimizing actual DOM manipulations.
  • List and Keys
  • Forms Handling
  • Conditional Rendering
  • Forms Validations
React.js, component lifecycle hooks are methods that allow you to execute code at specific points during the lifecycle of a component.
  • All Lifecycle Hooks
  • Understanding component lifecycle
React provides a streamlined and declarative way to handle events in components.
  • Passing arguments to event Handlers
  • Understanding React Event System
React.js, making network calls, such as fetching data from an API, is a common requirement for building dynamic applications.
  • Axios
  • Fetch
Custom services abstract away the complexity of handling API calls, allowing for cleaner and more modular code.
  • Introduction to Services
  • Building a Service
React.js, you can utilize various methods for local data storage.
  • Session Storage
  • Local Storage
  • Cookies
React Router is a popular routing library for React applications that allows you to handle routing and navigation in your web application.
  • Configuring route with Route Component
  • Setting up React Router
  • Making routes dynamic with Route Params
  • Link and NavLink
  • Working with nested routes
  • Redirect Routes
UI components are reusable building blocks that encapsulate a specific piece of user interface and its functionality.
  • PrimeNG
  • Material Design
Redux is a popular state management library for React.js applications.
  • High order Components
  • Why Redux
  • Install and setup
  • mapStateToProps and mapDispatchToProps usage
  • Store ,Reducer , actions Dispatcher
Advanced Redux concepts build upon the foundational knowledge of Redux and provide additional capabilities and patterns for more complex scenarios.
  • Middleware
  • Async Actions
  • Redux Thunk and Redux Saga
State management and lifecycle methods were primarily available in class components.
  • Why We Need Hooks.
  • Different Types Of Hooks
  • Using State And Effect Hooks
  • Custom Hooks
  • Usereducer , Useref Etc.
  • Rules Of Hooks
These modules can significantly enhance the development process and help you build robust and feature-rich React applications.
  • Pagination
  • Social Login
  • Filter
  • Search
  • Many More
  • JWT Token
  • File Upload
RESTful APIs are commonly tested using various testing frameworks and libraries in JavaScript.
  • Jest with Enzyms
PHP, arrays and strings are fundamental data types that allow you to store and manipulate collections of data.
  • Array functions and manipulation
  • Working with arrays (creating, accessing, modifying, and iterating)
  • Regular expressions in PHP
  • String manipulation and functions
One popular database management system is MySQL.
  • Introduction to databases and SQL
  • Connecting to MySQL database using PHP
  • Executing SQL queries with PHP
  • Inserting, updating, and deleting data in the database
  • Fetching and displaying data from the database