Welcom inside dis class ontop Complete CSS Course for Nigerians with PiusJoe
CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheets. This is the language for designing websites to look colorful and beautiful.
Congratulations for your continued interest to push on in your web programming journey. According to a surveys, only about 10 to 12% of all the people that wants to learn coding actually go on to do so. Leaving about 60 to more than 80% of coding enthusiasts dropping out. You are not part of the later statistics. Well done!
This course is not only for beginners. Existing CSS developers who wants to brush up their skills will equally find this course useful. Whether you’re interested in web design or want to add this valuable skill to your resume, this course will equip you with both the knowledge and practical experience you need to accomplish your goal.
My goal is that by the end of this course, you are ready to combine your knowledge of HTML with CSS to create any kind of website from beginning to finish. You will be able to do this exactly the way experts developers do it. Your codes will be consistent with industry conventions or paradigms. This mean you will be able to monetize your skills right away by being able to work in a team and freelance as a trusted CSS Developer. To this end, you will learn through hands-on exercises that will help you to build portfolios along the way.
Nigerians will not need to worry about big grammars and jargons. Apart from the fact that I break every jargon down to basics, the entire course is available in Pidgin. You can always switch to Pidgin to learn it the Nigerian way.
As far as this course is concern, “nothing spoil”. Check out the specific objectives for the Complete CSS Course for Nigerians below and let’s get started.
Wetin You Go Learn
After completing this Complete CSS Course for Nigerians, participants will be able to:
- Master the core knowledge and skills of CSS, such as the syntax and format of CSS, how to apply styles to elements, and how the box model defines the size and position of elements.
- Write clean and consistent CSS scripts that implement key concepts.
- Use media queries and flexible layouts to create responsive designs that adjust to different screen sizes.
- Use keyframes and transforms to create animations and transitions that engage the viewers on different screen sizes.
- Style common web elements such as buttons, forms, and navigation menus with custom CSS.
- Use best practices and tools like SASS to improve the performance and maintainability of your CSS code.
- Apply all the skills you learn throughout the course to create a real-world project from scratch.
- Use browser developer tools to debug code and fix common CSS problems.
- Learn CSS libraries and frameworks like Bootstrap, Tailwind, Animate, Skeleton, Foundations, Bulma, etc. with ease.
- Basic understanding of HTML.