What courses should i take to be a web developer?


#1

There are a lot of courses to take on code academy i was wondering which ones should i take to become a web developer? Any suggestions?


#2

html and css are fundamental, one (html) makes up the structure of a webpage using elements. The other (css) can position and style those elements

then there is JS, which can move the elements around, and more. Making your webpage a lot more interactive. That is front-end web development. Then there is also back-end web development. Do we need to talk about that as well?


#3

Hi @danielthecodecracker,

Codecademy has prepared a path to follow for anyone wishes to embark a web-development programming learning journey. I think it’s structured pretty well. You can head on to this link:

https://www.codecademy.com/catalog/subject/web-development

Start from the first course, which is HTML (a markup language), complete it and progress from that.

And when you get better, you can consider learning this:

https://www.codecademy.com/catalog/language/bash

to compliment your learnt skills from the web-development path. It’s inter-related that way.

All the best! :slight_smile:


Well, just noticed @stetim94 posted. Those links I posted just serve as filters. Learn those courses first eventually you will be good enough to know which other languages to add-on to your repertoire


#4

should i learn the sass and responsive design courses?


#5

sass is optional, make a website and responsive design are certainly good starting point if you want to become a front-end web developer