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Advanced Web Development Using Bootstrap

10 weeks
10 weeks
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Course description

This short course covers installation of Bootstrap, the key components of Bootstrap and how to use them effectively.

In addition, the course covers website design good practice, designing sites with usability and accessibility in mind, and creating websites with a ‘mobile first’ approach.

During the course you will build a small website that includes these features, and you will learn how to test sites using industry standard tools to ensure that best practices are conformed to.

If you are already familiar with HTML, this course will enable you to build a website using an industry standard framework, with a professional look on all devices.

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Assessment and certificates

You will be awarded an official City, University of London certificate if you attend over 70 per cent of the classes.

  • The course is not formally accredited.
  • The course will be taught online.
  • Class time consists of a theory, live coding, code exercises and class discussions.
  • Additional work outside the sessions is provided, with individual feedback provided, but completion of this is optional, not a requirement.
  • This course has no assessment or exam component.

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