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HTML, JavaScript, & Bootstrap - Certification Course - usually £19.99 now free with code @ Udemy
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HTML, JavaScript, & Bootstrap - Certification Course - usually £19.99 now free with code @ Udemy

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Posted 10th Feb

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In case you wanted to pick up some HTML, CSS and JavaScript skills then this course from Udemy could come handy.

As always you can either get it for free using the Get Deal link, or if that doesnt work then add the course to the basket and then apply the code E3E6C45DB930ACF854E0 to get it for free


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Description

A Comprehensive Guide for Beginners interested in learning HTML, JavaScript, & Bootstrap. Build Interactive Web Pages.

Rating 4.4
Students Enrolled 27,294

What you'll learn
  • Master HTML and code customized, stylish web pages
  • Add interactivity to Static HTML elements using JavaScript
  • Learn to build mobile responsive web pages, using the Bootstrap Framework
  • Create modern, stylish websites using the latest scripting languages
  • Learn to work with variables, conditional statements, arrays, and loops in JavaScript
  • Master the Bootstrap Grid system, so your Web Pages fit all devices, and screen sizes.
  • Learn to build stylish forms in Bootstrap with complete JavaScript enabled validation
  • Learn to create stylish navigation bars and menus using Bootstrap theme elements

Hope it helps someone.
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Excited, then found out I already have the course bought in early 2019. I probably was excited to start at that time too.
Oh dear, I should write a in depth course on procrastination. 😔
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Isn't it usually £199.99?
RaiKush10/02/2020 22:04

Isn't it usually £199.99?


That price felt so inflated I just couldn't bring myself to even mention it
Genuine question... Does anyone ever actually pay Udemy for a course?
DingIs10/02/2020 22:07

Genuine question... Does anyone ever actually pay Udemy for a course?


Genuine answer - I don't know and I hope not
matwalaboy10/02/2020 22:04

That price felt so inflated I just couldn't bring myself to even mention …That price felt so inflated I just couldn't bring myself to even mention it


Haha fair enough. I signed up..... just need a refresher on Javascript
Thanks!
Heat added!

Anyone google cloud courses?
Excited, then found out I already have the course bought in early 2019. I probably was excited to start at that time too.
Oh dear, I should write a in depth course on procrastination. 😔
Nice one, Ive tried a few other JavaScript courses and still haven’t got the hang of it yet. Hopefully this will be the one where it clicks
floydeth10/02/2020 22:51

Nice one, Ive tried a few other JavaScript courses and still haven’t got t …Nice one, Ive tried a few other JavaScript courses and still haven’t got the hang of it yet. Hopefully this will be the one where it clicks


Good luck with it
I must have close to 100 courses I’ve enrolled on for free at Udemy over the past 18 months.


do they ever expire
floydeth10/02/2020 22:51

Nice one, Ive tried a few other JavaScript courses and still haven’t got t …Nice one, Ive tried a few other JavaScript courses and still haven’t got the hang of it yet. Hopefully this will be the one where it clicks


Hope it does.click() for you this time.
They will ask for certificate price in the end. Free to download but pay for the proper certificate
england198210/02/2020 23:04

I must have close to 100 courses I’ve enrolled on for free at Udemy over t …I must have close to 100 courses I’ve enrolled on for free at Udemy over the past 18 months.do they ever expire


Did they offer a free proper certificate to you ?
england198210/02/2020 23:04

I must have close to 100 courses I’ve enrolled on for free at Udemy over t …I must have close to 100 courses I’ve enrolled on for free at Udemy over the past 18 months.do they ever expire


Here's another 100 for you: hotukdeals.com/dea…025
Tallons11/02/2020 00:04

Did they offer a free proper certificate to you ?


Upon completion of a course?
Do you need to buy any software for this?
this course was free so many times on hotukdeals
boyzie11/02/2020 07:21

Do you need to buy any software for this?


Nope you can use any standard text editor for this.

I recommend VS Code from Microsoft
Expired.
matwalaboy10/02/2020 22:11

Genuine answer - I don't know and I hope not


Udemy do not produce their own courses. The course are produced by individuals and are hosted through Udemy. Why do you hope "no one pays for courses"? These instructors need an incentive as they design, develop, edit and record their courses and then provide ongoing support by answering any questions. The process to develop a course often takes many months and the courses are created in their own time. Many instructors also keep their courses updated and relevant without charging anything more.

I have bought tens of courses in the past and feel that paying for something that furthers my career at a cost of two cups of coffee is a bargain (no one pays full price as there are always promotion codes). Saying someone shouldn't "pay" or expect it to be "free" is like saying you expect authors to spend time writing books and should issue them for free.

All that will happen is that people will stop producing content. If you feel something is worth purchasing or you're getting something in return (e.g. knowledge) then rewarding someone for their efforts is little to ask.
Edited by: "sb1987" 17th Feb
DingIs10/02/2020 22:07

Genuine question... Does anyone ever actually pay Udemy for a course?


They sure do. They have 50m students and around 25% of those purchase courses regularly. Udemy do not produce courses, they host courses. I've found that most of the highest rated courses are paid for. Any new free courses from March this year will be capped to 2 hours long.

You're paying for the effort/ time/ and sharing of knowledge of professional individuals. Some of the courses can take over a year to develop and profit is split between Udemy (cost of hosting/ marketing etc.) and the instructor who develops and maintains the content.

The reason there's so much great content on that website is due to their being an incentive to devote time producing content.
Edited by: "sb1987" 17th Feb
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