Top Front-End Web Development Courses

Find the perfect Front-End Web Development course for you. We’ve found 124 courses available in-person or live online with class duration ranging from 6 hours to 48 weeks and pricing ranging from $199 to $15,000.

  • Noble Desktop Front-End Web Development Certificate

    In this 72-hour certificate program, participants will learn the skills needed to become a front-end web developer. Students will learn to build webpages with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. Students will also learn developer tools such as Git to collaborate with developers in addition to learning modern web technologies such as Flexbox, Grid, and Bootstrap to efficiently create responsive websites. Attendees will learn the skills needed to start a career as a front-end web developer. The program includes a free retake, and each course includes a step-by-step workbook.

    Locations:
    • NYC
    • Live Online
    • $2,995
    • 72 Hours
    • Weekdays, Evenings, or Weekends
    • Beginner
    • Free Retake
  • Noble Desktop Front-End Developer (with React) Certificate

    In this 132-hour certificate, you'll learn the in-demand programming languages and frameworks to become a front-end developer. Learn HTML & CSS, JavaScript, React, and React Native with hands-on projects.

    Locations:
    • NYC
    • Live Online
    • $5,495
    • 132 Hours
    • Evenings
    • Beginner
    • Free Retake
  • Noble Desktop Flexbox, Grid, & Bootstrap

    In this 12-hour class, students will explore modern web page layout techniques using CSS Flexbox and CSS Grid to create responsive layouts that look phenomenal on screens of all sizes. Students will discover how the newest CSS technologies alter the layout of modern webpages and offer unparalleled flexibility compared to traditional techniques. Attendees learn how to rapidly build pages using Bootstrap: the world’s most popular front-end framework with its responsive grid and prebuilt components. The class includes a free retake and a step-by-step workbook.

    Locations:
    • NYC
    • Live Online
    • $650
    • 12 Hours
    • Weekdays, Evenings, or Weekends
    • Intermediate
    • Free Retake
  • Training Connection Mobile & Responsive Web Design

    Mobile & CSS Responsive Web Design course will teach you how to create websites that will appear great in desktop and mobile browsers. It covers viewport meta tags, properly using SVG, creating mobile-friendly forms, off-screen navigations, and different best-practices in creating websites with mobile devices in mind. Finally, this lesson takes a deepdive into making websites using Bootstrap.

    Locations:
    • Los Angeles
    • Chicago
    • $1,495
    • 3 Days
    • Weekdays
    • Advanced
    • Free Retake
  • ONLC Training Centers HTML5 & CSS Content Authoring: Level 1

    This 3-day HTML5 and CSS course is designed for individuals who are new to website development and are eager to learn the best practices around web design and development. This course starts out with an introduction to web development and moves onto HTML and CSS syntax, how to use HTML to format web pages, and how to use CSS to structure various elements of a web page. This course also covers a variety of page layouts, working with lists, links and navigation menus, using responsive web design, and using Flexible Box Layout for a better user interface.

    Locations:
    • Atlanta
    • Austin
    • Boston
    • Charlotte
    • Chicago
    + 64 more
    • $1,195
    • 3 Days
    • Weekdays
    • Beginner
    • Free Retake
  • BrainStation Web Development Certificate

    A crash course in web development, this course in web development will introduce students to HTML, CSS, Google Chrome Developer Tools, and more. After completing this course, you will be able to create a multipage website with CSS and HTML elements. This course can be taken online or on campus.

    Locations:
    • Live Online
    • $3,950
    • 30 Hours
    • Weekdays or Evenings
    • Beginner
  • General Assembly Front-End Web Development Course

    This front-end web development course is a flexible program designed to help individuals with little to no prior experience in web development gain exposure and build a solid footing in responsive website design. Through their blended learning model, students will gain access to pre-learning and setup videos to hit the ground running. Students in this course will learn the basics of how the web works, utilize HTML and CSS to build and style a website and learn how JavaScript can make a website interactive with a user. This course will also provide students with a keener insight on hosting a website on a server and some basic terminology to seamlessly communicate with various stakeholders and other front-end web developers. This course culminates with a final project where students showcase their newly acquired front-end website development skills by building an interactive website of their own.

    Locations:
    • Atlanta
    • Austin
    • Boston
    • Charlotte
    • Chicago
    + 27 more
    • $3,950
    • 60 Hours
    • Weekdays or Evenings
    • Beginner
  • American Graphics Institute Responsive Web Design Class

    In this 1-day Responsive Web Design course, students learn how to create websites that will respond to different screen sizes – whether PC or mobile. Students will learn how to evaluate user experience and best practices for design practices. They will also learn how to incorporate @fluidgrid and CSS3 in their design to ensure flexibility in user experience.

    Locations:
    • Boston
    • Philadelphia
    • Live Online
    • $495
    • 1 Day
    • Weekdays
    • Intermediate
    • Free Retake
  • Digital Workshop Center Frontend Web Development

    This 114-hour frontend web development program gives participants the tools they need to build and promote engaging websites that drive potential customers to your online business. This program, which leads to a frontend web development certificate, includes instruction in JavaScript, CSS, HTML5, Adobe Photoshop, business SEO, and Google Analytics. Specific topics include basic and advanced programming, improving design workflow, and monitoring web traffic. This program also includes a capstone component which enables participants to create a portfolio and make future job connections.

    Locations:
    • Denver
    • $8,414
    • 114 Hours
    • See provider
    • Beginner
    • Free Retake
  • NextGen Bootcamp Web Development Summer Certificate

    This 4-week course prepares high school and college students for a successful career as a web developer. Participants work on projects that simulate real-world scenarios. During the first half of this course, students master HTML, CSS, and FTP, so they learn how to build a website, customize its appearance, and launch it. Next, participants work with JavaScript, jQuery, as well as advanced CSS and Bootstrap. These programming tools help students take their skills to the next level.

    Locations:
    • NYC
    • Live Online
    • NJ
    • $2,495
    • 60 Hours
    • Weekdays
    • Beginner
  • NextGen Bootcamp Web Development Summer Course Level 1

    Build, customize, and publish websites in this 2-week course designed for high school and college students. Students become fluent in coding languages like HTML and CSS, which are the basis for all webpages. Attendees also get started with JavaScript and jQuery to add interactivity, animation, and logic. Participants also learn best practices for things like tagging, styling, and structuring website content. Students will learn how to launch a website via FTP and see their projects go live.

    Locations:
    • NYC
    • Live Online
    • NJ
    • $1,299
    • 30 Hours
    • Weekdays
    • Beginner
  • Digital Workshop Center Essential Web Tools

    This 14-hour course in Essential Web Tools is part of the Frontend Web Development program. Students will learn how to work with the Command-Line, use modern code editors, and implement Git. They will also be introduced to package managers and browser development tools. This course also offers free access to CoWorking space on class days and one month of technical support.

    Locations:
    • Denver
    • $1,325
    • 14 Hours
    • Evenings
    • Intermediate
    • Free Retake
  • Beachcoders Academy Front-End Web Development: CODEWAVE™

    This introductory 4-week front-end web development program was designed with beginners in mind to help them learn computer science basics and build the skills to create modern web content. The course covers a wide range of tools and technologies used for coding, including HTML, CSS, JavaScript, jQuery, Databases, Node, responsive web design basics, and more. The course concludes with a final project, where students will demonstrate the knowledge they gained in the program by building their own website.

    Locations:
    • Los Angeles
    • $2,477
    • 4 Weeks, 6 hr/wk
    • Weekdays or Evenings
    • Beginner
  • Claim Academy Front End Javascript Web Developer Immersive

    This program offers students a comprehensive foundation in front end coding. This 12-week summer program teaches students how to use JavaScript, HTML5, CSS3, and jQuery. They will also develop critical thinking and problem-solving competencies through skills-based learning. Students in this program will be prepared to begin work as a web developer.

    Locations:
    • St. Louis
    • $12,998
    • 12 Weeks, 45 hr/wk
    • Weekdays
    • Beginner
  • Claim Academy Front End Javascript Web Developer Evening

    This program offers students a comprehensive foundation in front end coding. This 12-week summer program teaches students how to use JavaScript, HTML5, CSS3, and jQuery. They will also develop critical thinking and problem-solving competencies through skills-based learning. Students in this program will be prepared to begin work as a web developer.

    Locations:
    • St. Louis
    • $13,998
    • 20 Weeks, 15 hr/wk
    • Evenings
    • Beginner
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