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Build A Website – Using HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and Node.js

Learn to build and launch a website by building a stunning portfolio website using HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and Node.js

Build A Website – Using HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and Node.js – UDEMY 24

Learn to build and launch a website by building a stunning portfolio website using HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and Node.js

What you’ll learn?

Build A Website – Using HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and Node.js – UDEMY 24

  • Learn to build and launch modern websites online
  • HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Node JS
  • How a website works
  • How to set up your computer to code
  • Responsive web design (how to build a website that works on desktop and mobile)
  • Host your website at a live domain
  • Build a website with a front-end and a back-end
  • Add images
  • Add unique fonts
  • Add icons
  • Build a sliding menu
  • CSS animations
  • Input forms
  • Send data in JSON format
  • Work with Node JS packages
  • Implement reusable components
  • JavaScript functions


  • No prior programming experience is required. I explain how to set up your computer to write code, and I explain the code itself beginning with the basics.
  • Any computer works – macOS, Windows, or Linux
  • You don’t need to buy any software (we will use the best free code editor in the world)


Did you see the simple, clean portfolio website in the introduction video?

What if you knew how to code and design a website juke that one completely from scratch? Wouldn’t that be amazing?

That’s where I come in. I’m here to teach you HTMLCSSJavaScript, and Node.js step-by-step so you can build that website and more.

See Also: The Front-End Web Developer Bootcamp: HTML, CSS, JS & React

What if you want to build a completely different website – maybe for a client or a personal venture? No problem! This course will teach you the skills to build clean, simple websites at the drop of a hat and host them online.

I studied computer science at university, learning to code countless algorithms and data structures, which is extremely intellectually rigorous, and I can still say learning to build and launch a website in less than a few hours is the single most empowering skill that I’ve learned as a developer.

Are you ready to begin or do you want to know more? If you need more reasons to learn to build websites, then read on.

See Also: Full Stack Web Development with Vue Js, NodeJS, MongoDB, JS

1) Why should you learn HTML, CSS, and JavaScript?

Building websites allows you to do creative work from anywhere in the world, and with improvements in skill, it can become a lucrative career. HTMLCSS, and JavaScript are the most functional and modern languages to learn if you want to become a web developer.

This course will take you from knowing nothing about computer science to building and launching your very own website in under 6 hours. After seven years of coding, I designed a course that I think is the most useful, practical, and simple introduction to learning how to code.

2) Why should you choose this course?

Reason #1: You’ll learn by building a portfolio website

I believe the best way to learn is by doing. This course teaches the essential web development languages of HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and Node.js by having you build a highly practical project – a portfolio website.

By the end of the course, you’ll have a live portfolio website where you can showcase your work as a web developer, designer, photographer, product manager, painter, or any other theme you can think of! You can change the fonts and text to fit your style and have something tangible to show to the world.

Reason #2: I’m the right teacher for you

I struggled A LOT when I was learning to code. I am not the smartest person on Earth. For that reason, I explain things simply and carefully. I am good at explaining things in a way that anyone can understand. Coding is hard! Debugging (solving errors in your code) can be frustrating and take tons of hours of Googling! I empathize with my students because I was there once too, learning to code just like you.

I have a bachelor’s degree from Brown University in Computer Science and Visual Art. I’ve worked as a software engineer and as a user experience designer for over seven years.

Learning to easily build websites has been one of the biggest breakthroughs I’ve made as a developer, so I want to share that knowledge in an accessible format with new developers.

3) This course is for you if:

  • You’re a complete beginner and you want to learn to build websites
  • You already checked out some free resources online on HTML and CSS, but you’re struggling to build a full website with best practices and launch it live
  • You are a designer who wants to expand your skills in HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and Node.js
  • You are a professional who is tired of Squarespace, Wix, and other web builder tools and wants to easily and simply build a website yourself from scratch
  • You’re an aspiring software engineer and you want to take a course that will be a great introduction to coding

See Also: Mega Web Development Course: Full stack web application 2023

Who this course is for?

  • Anyone who wants to learn to build websites and launch them online
  • Designers who want to expand their skill set into HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and Node JS
  • Computer science students studying at university who want to learn to build modern websites in contemporary programming languages like JavaScript and Node JS
  • Anyone who is tired of using Squarespace, Wix, and other web builders to build websites and wants to build one from scratch

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