Check out just a few key highlights for:
Web Development Masterclass.
Join a community of other students taking this course.
Each lecture is recorded in HD 1920x1080p with clear audio.
All courses are rated by fellow community members.
All YouAccel courses are recorded and produced in 1920x1080p HD Quality.
Have a question? Contact our support team at any time using our chat feature, or built-in messaging console.
All YouAccel courses come with a Certificate of Completion. This helps Showcase your proficiency in a subject to prospective employers.
All YouAccel courses include lifetime on-demand access. Class lecture are also available for offline viewing.
Join a community of over 600,000 learners. Connect & Communicate through YouAccel's networking tools.
YouAccel's integration with Indeed makes it easy to search through thousands of jobs and apply with just a click.
A comprehensive list of all sections & lectures for this course can be found below.
Web Development Masterclass - Introduction - 03:05 [Play]
Course Learning Objectives - 02:48
Locating Assessments and Course Files - 01:12
Web Development Process Overview - 02:46 [Play]
Introduction to CSS - 03:31 [Play]
Parts of a CSS Rule - 06:31
Types of CSS Rules - 02:55
CSS - Color Names and Codes - 02:17
CSS Classes and Spans - 05:44
CSS Divisions - DIVs - 02:53
CSS IDs - 05:54
CSS Margins - 03:53
CSS Padding - 02:12
CSS Text Properties - 08:29
CSS Font Properties - 03:00
CSS Borders - 02:19
CSS Backgrounds - 06:25
CSS Transparency - 02:53
CSS Text on Top of Images - 05:10
CSS Width and Height Properties - 06:04
CSS Display Properties - 02:10
CSS Static Positioning - 01:54
CSS Relative Positioning - 04:03
CSS Absolute Positioning - 02:12
CSS Fixed Positioning - 02:08
CSS Float Property - 02:23
CSS Clear Property - 01:09
CSS Z-Index - 01:40
CSS Styling Links - 02:01
CSS Tables - 02:16
CSS Project - Introduction - 01:23
CSS Project - CSS Rules - 05:36
CSS Project - Navigation Rules - 02:16
CSS Project - Responsive CSS - 02:37
CSS Project - Page Elements - 02:34
Introduction to Bootstrap - 02:12 [Play]
Embedding Bootstrap - 00:50
Bootstrap - Basic Page Structure - 05:29
Bootstrap Grid System - 05:32
Bootstrap Three Column Layouts - 02:24
Bootstrap Typography - 06:50
Bootstrap Tables - 03:00
Bootstrap Styling Images - 02:17
Bootstrap Jumbotron - 02:28
Bootstrap Wells - 00:59
Bootstrap Alerts - 02:25
Bootstrap Buttons - 07:12
Bootstrap Button Groups - 01:57
Bootstrap Justified Button Groups - 02:33
Bootstrap Glyphicons - 02:52
Bootstrap Badges and Labels - 03:13
Bootstrap Progress Bars - 02:54
Bootstrap Pagination - 02:24
Bootstrap Pager Pagination - 01:18
Bootstrap List Groups - 05:10
Bootstrap Panels - 02:33
Bootstrap Dropdown Menus - 04:37
Bootstrap Collapsibles - 03:24
Bootstrap Collapse Panel - 01:54
Bootstrap Collapse List Group - 00:57
Bootstrap Accordian - 05:01
Bootstrap Tab Menus - 04:47
Bootstrap Pill Menus - 03:13
Bootstrap Dynamic Tabs and Pills - 04:03
Bootstrap Navigation Bar - 06:24
Bootstrap Collapsible Navigation Bar - 03:31
Bootstrap Forms - Vertical and Inline - 03:36
Bootstrap Inputs - 04:28
Bootstrap Form Control States - 03:42
Bootstrap Input Sizing - 03:12
Bootstrap Carousel - 09:23
Bootstrap Modal - 04:02
Bootstrap Tooltip - 02:12
Bootstrap Popover - 02:52
Bootstrap Scrollspy - 05:41
Bootstrap Project - Themes Intro - 03:32
Bootstrap Project - File Overview - 02:15
Bootstrap Project - Script Overview - 08:47
Bootstrap Project - Script Overview Continued - 07:50
Introduction to jQuery - 01:31 [Play]
Embedding jQuery - 00:52
jQuery Syntax and Selector Intro - 03:32
jQuery ID Selector - 01:36
jQuery Class Selector - 01:08
jQuery Other Selectors - 01:54
External jQuery File - 01:43
jQuery Events Intro - 02:05
jQuery Events - mouseenter and mouseleave - 02:07
jQuery Events - mousedown and mouseup - 01:14
jQuery Multiple Event Handlers - 01:31
jQuery Hiding-Showing - 02:09
jQuery Toggle - 01:24
jQuery Fade In-Out - 04:09
jQuery Fade Toggle - 01:27
jQuery Fade To - 01:19
jQuery Slide Down - 03:06
jQuery Slide Up - 00:58
jQuery Slide Toggle - 00:47
jQuery Animate - 03:30
jQuery Animate - Multiple Params - 00:58
jQuery Animate - Relative Values - 00:42
jQuery Animate - Queue Functionality - 01:59
jQuery Stop Method - 01:52
jQuery Callback Functions - 02:10
jQuery Chaining - 02:39
jQuery Draggables - 02:23
jQuery Accordian Menu - 03:18
jQuery Get Content - text and html - 02:42
jQuery Get Content - Val - 01:07
jQuery Get Content - attr - 01:08
jQuery Set Content - text - html - val - 02:49
jQuery Set Attributes - attr - 01:48
jQuery Append and Preprend - 02:33
jQuery - After and Before - 01:19
jQuery Remove and Empty - 01:32
jQuery Filter Remove - 01:47
jQuery Add Class - 02:17
jQuery Remove Class - 01:53
jQuery Toggle Class - 00:44
PHP Introduction - 03:03 [Play]
PHP Preparation - 02:56
PHP File Test - 02:21
PHP Syntax - 05:37
PHP Variables - 03:46
PHP Variable Scope - 03:15
PHP Global Keyword - 02:04
PHP Static Keyword - 01:45
PHP Echo vs Print - 04:02
PHP Data Types - 05:47
PHP Objects - 02:59
PHP Strings - 01:51
PHP Constants - 03:05
PHP Operators - 08:53
PHP Conditional Statements - 02:32
PHP ElseIf Statement - 03:11
PHP Switch Statement - 01:45
PHP While Loops - 04:35
PHP For Loops - 01:40
PHP Functions - 03:29
PHP Functions Continued - 01:50
PHP Arrays - 04:51
PHP Multidimensional Arrays - 01:59
PHP Sorting Arrays - 02:51
PHP Superglobal Variables - 02:10
PHP Forms Introduction - 04:06
PHP POST vs GET Basics - 05:25
PHP Form Output and Validation - 09:36
PHP Form Required Fields - 04:40
PHP Validation Continued - 01:46
Introduction to MySQL Databases - 02:40 [Play]
Introduction PhpMyAdmin - 02:36
PhpMyAdmin Interface Overview - 01:13
MySQL Security and Root Superuser - 05:03
MySQL Creating a Database and Table - 05:24
MySQL Creating a New User - 05:34
MySQL Database and Table Specific Privileges - 03:05
MySQL Modifying and Deleting a Table - 04:31
MySQL Modifying and Deleting a Database - 04:08
Introduction to SQL - 01:35
SQL Statements in PhpMyAdmin - 04:05
Connect to MySQL Database using PHP - 05:03
MySQL Database - Import Data - 01:43
SQL Select - 02:27
SQL Distinct Keyword - 01:45
SQL Where Clause - 01:40
SQL And Operator - 01:43
SQL Or Operator - 01:01
SQL Order By - 01:37
MySQL Insert Into - 06:29
MySQL Get Last ID - 01:27
MySQL Insert Multiple Records - 01:44
MySQL Prepared Statements - 02:45
MySQL Delete Records - 07:49
PHP Header Function - 01:17
PHP Isset - 02:35
MySQL Update Records - 07:07
Development Overview - 06:47 [Play]
Project Setup - 03:20
Index Page Overview - 03:06
Home Page Mods - 04:36
About Page Mods - 07:33
Blog Page Mods - 08:05
MySQL Database Creation - 02:51
Creating a Registration Form - 07:48
PHP Validation - Encryption - Session - 10:43
Login Authentication - Part 1 - 01:40
Login Authentication - Part 2 - 05:41
Login Authentication - Part 3 - 02:53
Login Authentication - Part 4 - 03:18
Logout - Terminate Session - 03:07
Contact Page - Google Maps API - 05:35
Contact Form - AJAX Integration - 04:33
PHPMailer Installation - 02:46
PHP Form Validation and Email Transmission - 07:06
Production Server Migration - 10:42
Web Application Planning Overview - 04:37 [Play]
Introduction to HTML - 01:46 [Play]
Basic Structure of a Web Page - 03:36
HTML Head Tags - 07:59
HTML Body Tag - 03:18
HTML Paragraph Spacing - 02:57
HTML Line Breaks - 02:04
HTML Non-Breaking Space - 02:38
HTML Header Tags - 01:58
HTML Text Formatting and Decoration - 05:15
HTML Inline Text Formatting - 02:05
HTML Unordered Lists - 02:36
HTML Ordered Lists - 02:40
HTML Image Insertion - 03:57
HTML Embedding Videos - 02:51
HTML Absolute vs. Relative File Referencing - 02:01
HTML Link Creation - 06:35
HTML Anchor Tags - 06:17
HTML Tables - 11:29
HTML Nested Tables - 06:27
HTML Merging Cells - 01:00
HTML Text Wrapping - 01:17
HTML Table Background Image - 01:12
HTML Table Cell Alignment - 00:40
HTML - Introduction to Forms - 03:30
HTML Form Tags and Attributes - 04:00
HTML Forms - Post vs. Get - 02:09
HTML Forms - Input Text Fields - 03:52
HTML Forms - Select Menus - 05:32
HTML Forms - Check Boxes and Radio Buttons - 05:44
HTML Forms - Text Areas and Buttons - 05:49
HTML Iframes - 04:04
HTML Project - Introduction - 01:41
HTML Project - Header - 03:33
HTML Project - Callout - 03:19
HTML Project - Image Insertion - 01:34
HTML Project - Text Insertion - 01:23
HTML Project - Links and Form - 03:28
HTML Project - Tabular Data - 02:24
HTML Project - Footer - 01:22
Web Hosting Packages Overview - 05:19 [Play]
Shared Hosting - 04:37
Dedicated Hosting - 02:03
VPS Hosting - 01:24
Cloud Hosting and Case Study - 12:50
The Internet Overview - 05:26 [Play]
The HTTP Protocol - 03:34
The HTTPS Protocol - 03:12
The SMTP Protocol and Local Mail Delivery - 04:43
Outbound Mail Delivery - 02:08
Network Basics - LAN and WAN - 05:56
Network Ports and Firewalls - 05:01
Introduction to Domain Names - 02:48 [Play]
Domain Name Registrars - 02:41
Domain Registration - 02:35
Registration and Privacy Protection - 07:06
Control Panel Sign-In - 01:43
Auto-Renewal and Domain Lock - 02:23
Domain Forwarding - 02:18
Nameservers - 01:23
Update Registration Information - 01:15
Introduction to Testing Servers - 02:48 [Play]
Installing WampServer - WAMP - 05:12
Installing MampServer - MAMP - 10:32
WampServer Menu - 05:19
Localhost File Test - 01:42
Overview - 02:24 [Play]
Cloud Hosting Registration - 03:54
Creating a Virtual Server - 03:10
Linode Settings and Configuration - 01:24
Deploying an Image - Ubuntu 14.04 LTS - 03:37
Linode Dashboard - 02:27
Remote Access - 02:30
Download PuTTY and PuTTYgen - Windows - 01:00
Launch Terminal - MAC - 00:29
Intro to Command Console - 02:09
Connecting with PuTTY - Windows - 02:01
Connecting with Terminal - MAC - 01:08
Maintenance Commands - 02:39
File and Directory Commands - 02:58
Installing LAMP Stack - 04:29
Server Host Name and Date - 03:08
Creating a User - Ubuntu - 02:56
Ubuntu SSH Authentication - Windows - 07:46
Ubuntu SSH Authentication - MAC - 07:57
Web Root Permissions - 04:06
Remote Dekstop Connection - 10:48
Installing Tight VNC Viewer - Windows - 03:28
Installing RealVNC Viewer - MAC - 02:44
Ubuntu Desktop Basics - 03:54
Disable Root and Password Access - 03:51
Re-sizing a Linode Server - 02:20
Creating Backups on Linode - 04:05
Changing Root Password through Linode - 00:34
Linode DNS Manager - 10:11
Amending GoDaddy Name Servers - 04:08
FTP Client Installation - 02:21 [Play]
FileZilla Overview - 04:09
FileZilla Uploading - 03:20
FileZilla Interface Basics - 01:40
Introduction to XML - 04:40 [Play]
XML Basics - 04:23
XML Schema - 02:03
XML Parsing - 02:00
XML Parsing Continued - 03:58
Introduction to AJAX - 01:50
AJAX - Search Suggest Tutorial - 05:28
AJAX - Database Select Menu Tutorial - 09:18
DOM Introduction - 03:12 [Play]
DOM Manipulation - 01:18
Google Apps for Work - Introduction - 02:07 [Play]
Google Apps for Work - Registration - 07:02
Google Apps for Work - Admin Console - 03:45
The content is ideal for those interested in working as a web developer or launching a web based presence for a new or existing product or service. The concepts explored in this course are suitable for individuals of all skill levels. Each module starts with the fundamental concepts and gradually transitions into more complex material.
The development style taught in this course is specifically intended to address the importance of creating scalable web infrastructures on cloud hosting platforms that can accommodate any type of project, while maintaining the lowest overhead cost possible. This includes small informational websites of only a few pages to advanced 'big data' style, dynamic web applications. We go through several live examples of web development and Linux based server configurations on popular Cloud hosting providers such as Linode.com.
Section 1 & 2 (Introduction, How the Internet Works)
The course begins with with an overview of learning objectives. We then explore how the internet works, including the composition and transmission of data packets over both LAN and WAN Networks. Next we take a look at the HTTP and HTTPs protocols as applicable to client and server side communications - including DNS Lookups. This section will also teach students how email exchange works over SMTP and IMAP. The role of Network Ports and Firewalls are also introduced.
Section 3, 4: (The Web Development Process, Planning a Website)
Students will gain an understanding of all the steps involved in the web development process.
Section 5: Web Hosting and System Requirements
We conduct an in-depth case analysis of web hosting solutions including: Shared, Virtual Private, Dedicated and Cloud Hosting.
We provide an overview of various packages offered by different web hosting companies and weigh the pros and cons of each one.
Students are also introduced to the importance of web server scalability and the advantages of cloud hosting over traditional hosting services. We also examine the infrastructure requirements of popular, resource intensive applications such as Netflix and Facebook to emphasize the importance of avoiding costly mistakes in the initial stages of development.
Section 6: Domain Names
We provide an overview of the domain name registration process. This includes the role of registrars and TLD (Top Level Domain) administration by ICANN. ccTLD's (Country Code Top Level Domains) are also explored.
Students will gain hands-on experience with the registration process using popular domain registrars. We will provide a comparison of different registrars and register a sample domain name using GoDaddy.com. Other topics of discussion will include: domain name privacy and administration, auto-renewal, domain forwarding, and name server assignment.
Section 7: Testing Environment
Students will be introduced to configuring a local testing server on a PC or MAC system using WAMP (Windows, Apache, MySQL, PhpMyAdmin) or MAMP (MAC, Apache, MySQL, PhpMyAdmin). The lessons will provide a detailed guide on installation of the packages and an overview of the interface menu.
Section 8: Production Environment
Students will acquire the skills needed to optimally configure a live production environment for securely hosting web applications on a cloud server (Linode). The section will start with an overview of different cloud hosting providers such as Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, Linode and Digital Ocean.
We will then provide a live demonstration of server setup using Linode.com. This includes deployment of Ubuntu and installation of LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PhpMyAdmin) on the Linode Server using remote access consoles such as Terminal (MAC) and PuTTY for Windows.
Students will gain an in-depth knowledge of server maintenance, file and directory commands. We will also explore SSH Authentication for multiple users and file permissions to reduce security vulnerabilities. Remote Desktop connections for server administration will also be taught, using Tight VNC (Windows) and RealVNC (MAC).
A thorough overview of the Linode server management console will be conducted, to show students how to scale servers, change root passwords, manage the DNS Zone file and create back-ups.
Section 9: FTP Setup
Students will learn the role of an FTP (File Transfer Protocol) client to connect to a remote server, through a local machine. We will provide a live demonstration on file upload using FileZilla and explore the FileZilla Interface for connection management.
Section 10: HTML Development
Section 10 explores HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language). HTML is a key fundamental building block when learning to develop websites. Students will initially learn the basics of HTML page structure and gradually transition into working with spacing, text formatting, lists, images, videos, links, anchors, tables, forms and much more. We also include several projects, where students are shown first-hand, how to develop and code html web pages from scratch.
Section 11: CSS Development
Students learn to use CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) to create stylish, responsive web page layouts. We start by discussing the parts and types of CSS rules, followed by CSS classes, DIVS, and ID's. Students will gain significant exposure to various formatting options, including margins, padding, font properties, backgrounds, transparency, positioning, link styling and CSS tables. This section includes a hands-on web development project where students will utilize the concepts explored in the lesson.
Section 12: Document Object Model (DOM)
Section 14: JQuery Library
We explores the jQuery library and many of its unique features, used to create stunning, animated web pages. We start with the basics, from embedding jQuery into web pages to working with Selectors. Students then explore working with events, toggling, fading, sliding, and other forms of animation. The lessons also teach students how to work with callbacks, chaining, dragables, accordion menus and many other functions.
Section 15: Bootstrap Framework
Students are taught to use the Bootstrap framework for responsive, mobile-first - front-end development. As one of the leading open-source development libraries, Bootstrap is an essential part of the developers coding arsenal. The section begins with teaching students how to include essential Bootstrap files into web pages. It then explores the Bootstrap Grid system and popular layout strategies for optimal cross-device and cross-browser compatibility.
Students gain exposure to just about every Bootstrap component, from typography, tables and images, to jumbotrons, wells, alerts, buttons, glyphicons and progress bars. The section includes several hands-on exercises that will walk students through the process of creating stunning layouts, complete with modals, carousels, popovers, drop-down menus, forms and much more.
Section 16: PHP Development
Students gain exposure to creating dynamic web applications and functionality using PHP. We start with the basics, including variable declaration and data output. The lessons then transition into working with objects, conditional statements, loops, functions, arrays and form validation.
Section 17: MySQL Database Integration
Students learn to unleash the true power of web application development with MySQL database integration. We start with the basics from database and table creation, to user management. Next we explore the execution of commonly used SQL statements for database modification and administration. Students are also taught how to create database connections and execute SQL statements from PHP scripts.
Section 18, 19 (XML, AJAX, & Development)
We explore XML and AJAX integration to create dynamic content, without page refresh. The lessons will cover several hands-on training exercises that will encompass many of the exciting functions AJAX offers. Students will build a website complete with database integration, registration forms with server-side validation, user authentication, and a SMTP-based contact submit form.
Section 20: Google Apps for Work
Students learn to create a customized business email address using Google Apps for Work. Email administration is also explored, along with alias creation.
All course reviews are written by students who have completed the course or are currently enrolled.
This is a great course so far, looking forward to continuing!
The most important thing I took away from this course is the validation. I already had experience developing web apps but we were getting a lot of spam through our forms. This course will teach you how to make sure you don\'t get floods of spam emails through proper client and server side validation.
I took this course primarily to learn how to integrate databases into my web apps. They do a great job with teaching the material. Everything is well organized and the instructor moves along at a good pace.
Had a great time with the course. The programming parts cover just about everything. They cover conditional statements, loops, comparison ops? you name it. Can\'t go wrong with this one.
This was a great deal. Very happy with my purchase.
I finished this course last month and just wanted to leave some feedback. The course is great but what\'s AMAZING is the instructor support. They really gave me a lot of one-on-one attention which most online schools don\'t do. Without that I probably would have been lost. So big thank you to the team for providing this great product.
Very nice course if you are interested in learning how to make websites. I am doing this for my own business so it has been very helpful. Finally I can start taking advantage of getting customers from online.
Great Course! Love it!
I\'m new here and just finished configuring my first disk image onto a virtual machine. Very happy with what I have learned so far. I really wish I found this course before. Seems like they cover a lot more detail then most online web development courses. Doesn\'t break the bank either!
I feel like this course covers way too much. I should have started with one course at a time. Right now I feel way too overwhelmed. They say it\'s for beginners, but if you have never worked with these tools before, stay away!
I took this course to basically learn how to make websites in HTML. I skipped a few of the sections I didn\'t need, but the html lectures are great. They teach you all the important elements and how to embed CSS into your pages. Great for a beginner like me.
Super happy I took this course.
Finally I can move away from building websites using tables! I am a beginner and have been trying to wrap my head around CSS layouts. The instructor is very clear and easy to understand. I was able to learn what I needed to with no problems.
I like the course but have been getting stuck quite a bit. Everything was going smooth until having to configure the DNS settings for domain I registered. If I can\'t get that working, I can\'t see my site online which is pointless. Put in a request for help so hopefully they can help me sort this out.
This course is all you need. They don\'t just teach you how to throw your site onto a shared hosting package like most courses do. You learn how to set up scalable virtual machines that can accommodate big and small projects at a fraction of the cost of even shared hosting packages. Amazed and grateful for this course!
I took this course to learn how to setup SSH authentication for my Ubuntu server. They do a great job teaching server security and administration. Very happy I took the course and will definitely recommend it to others.
Great introduction to setting up a Linux server. I have always wanted to learn how to do that. It\'s hard following the tutorials online because each one is from a different source and you have to piece everything together. This is a one-stop-shop, which is great!
This course is everything you need to be an expert developer. They even cover remote server administration through command lines. I find that some of the material would be advanced for a beginner. The server setup is challenging but the coding exercises are much easier to digest. Either way, a big bang for the buck.
I\'m having a hard time with downloading putty to create the SSH keys. For some reason the installation file will not load. Have put in a request for help.
I have a MAC and found that some of the tutorials were hard to follow because they teach on a windows machine. I was able to figure most of the stuff out, but it would be better if they made a version where the instructor teaches on a MAC.
I had a great time with this course. I would have liked to see more about web marketing, but perhaps they will make a separate course for that. For example Facebook ads, twitter ads, adwords etc. I think tying those into a web development course is essential now. Keep in mind I am using this to start my own online business, so it would be different if you are looking to work for accompany that does marketing in a separate division.
I really wish I found this course sooner. I am pretty good with coding but server setup was going a bit over my head. The instructor makes learning very easy. Of course the demonstrations are invaluable. I mostly use Digital Ocean for my virtual machines. Although we learned on Linode they are basically all the same once you spin up a server/linode or instance if you are using AWS.
So far I am at the part where we register a domain name and administer it through GoDaddy. Very informative material and I\'m very excited to continue learning.
I have been struggling with all these concepts for years, trying to make sense of them. For the longest time I developed websites with just Photoshop and Dreamweaver. But as everything goes mobile, it just wasn\'t good enough to keep up with my client\'s needs. So I took this course to learn about Bootstrap, jQuery and PHP. I got a ton of useful information out of it. Thanks to youaccel for creating a fantastic tool for learning.
I took this course because I wanted to improve my skills in some of the client side languages. It was great to be introduced to server side programming with PHP as well. Overall I feel I am a much better developer after taking this course.
This course provides a great overview of web development. They actually show you how to setup a server on a cloud hosting platform. I have been using shared hosting and a bit of VPS. Cloud hosting much better and as the instructor suggests, you get a lot more control and save a bunch of money.
This course is good because they start off with showing you how the whole process works. The lesson on the web development process prepares you for what is ahead in the course. They teach a lot of material so be prepared to invest quite a bit of time into this. Beyond watching the lectures they also have quizzes, assignments and exams which you need to factor in time for.
I original took this course to learn more about cloud hosting. I was impressed to find the course covers a lot more. They basically start right from internet fundamentals and work up to PHP programming. The projects are great because you get real experience applying all the concepts.
Nice course at a great price.
The instructor is very passionate about teaching. He does a great job explaining the material. I am a musician and looking to build an online presence for my band. I feel I already have the skills to develop a decent website and I haven\'t even finished the course. Very happy I registered and look forward to more learning.
This course is full of practical skills and boosts your level of knowledge ten-fold. If you are new to web development, this course is a must.
This is a well-structured course. They start with internet basics and setting up servers before getting into coding and developing web applications. Lots of great tips.
I am about half way through the course and could not be happier. The content is very well organized and the videos are very clear and excellent quality. So worth it!
I often recommend this course as one of my top picks for web development training. I have taken dozens of online courses through different schools. This course is by far the most informative. They cover just about every topic you would need to know. Like others, I would suggest taking additional courses for more advanced level training.
Great instructor and very informative course. Look forward to taking more.
The hands on exercises are very useful. That was the best part for me.
The course is packed with information. I took it to increase my knowledge in HTML and CSS. By the end of it I had learned way more than originally anticipated.
The content is very simple and easy to understand. This course is a must for anyone interested in web development.
YouAccel is amazing.
Absolutely awesome course.
The projects the instructor go through make this course worthwhile. They are very easy to follow and by the end of it, you have actually developed complete web applications. They teach you how to do everything from blogs, forms, passwords, and database integration.
I had some slight issues in the beginning with configuring a server. The instructor helped me through remote desktop. I was very impressed with the level of support they offer. Excited to continue and keep learning!
For me this course is mostly a review. I have been development websites for 15 years.
The pace of this course makes it easy and simple to learn even for a complete new comer to web development.
Very good course.
I am really enjoying this series of videos. Lots of great tips and information to get you started in web development.
I am running a windows machine and I cannot install WAMP for some reason. I guess that means I will have to skip the section on setting up a local testing server which sucks.
This course is excellent so far. I am taking it mostly as a review, but have already learned a lot of new things.
This course is by far the best web development course I have ever taken. It is very challenging but definitely worth it in the end.
I almost fell asleep during the section on how the internet works. The instructor can do a lot more to keep students engaged. The content is good, but extremely boring. Hopefully the other sections are a bit more exciting.
youaccel is currently teaching 93 courses. All courses are currently open for enrollment.
youaccel currently has 574,171 global enrollments across 93 courses that are active on the platform.
youaccel has an average rating of 4.5/5 stars, across 93 courses.
YouAccel is a leading provider in online training, offering courses across numerous industries from IT and Development to Business, Marketing, Design, and Productivity. The e-learning experience provided by YouAccel is Dynamic. Each course is streamed in High Definition with corresponding assignments, quizzes, and exams that are delivered and graded electronically. All YouAccel courses are taught by certified educators that have numerous years of work experience in the field for which they provide instruction. The courses can be taken at one's own pace and are offered at several levels including beginner, intermediate and advanced. Online courses are also compatible with any mobile device for the ultimate in convenience. Taking the experience to a new personalized level, live communication with instructors is available through an online messaging console. All courses come with a certificate of completion and no age restrictions apply.
You have nothing to lose. Give the course a try. If it's not what you expected, get a full refund within 30 days of purchase.