This course takes you from coding newbie to web developer in 28 hours

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By the end of this course, you’ll have built 14 websites.

What does it take to become a pro web developer? About 28 hours of high-quality video lessons. (And a lot of practice.)

The Complete Web Developer Course is aimed at folks who want to learn how to code from scratch. It teaches all the primary languages used for building websites, along with WordPress and ecommerce skills. You get access to a whopping 236 hands-on tutorials, in the process building 14 real, working websites. And at $14 to enroll, that’s less than $0.06 for each tutorial.

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The videos start with HTML, the basic framework of the Web, then offer instruction on how to style your code with CSS. On top of that, you’ll add JavaScript and JQuery to your programming arsenal, with lessons on how to add simple, conditional design features to your projects.

The course advances to teach MySQL, and Twitter Bootstrap techniques required for building outstanding responsive sites, along with tutorials on developing blogs and online stores. There is also content on integrating third-party apps via APIs.

By the end of the course, you’ll have an employable skill set and a great portfolio to show to potential clients. You’ll also get a certificate of completion.

Through the Daily Dot store, you can currently enroll for $14. The price, which is currently 92 percent off,  includes lifetime access to all the content. It’s available for streaming on desktop and mobile, meaning you can learn in your own time.

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Christine Burkson

Christine Burkson

Christine Burkson is the Senior Ecommerce Manager of the Daily Dot. Her work focuses on product reviews, Amazon deals, and online shopping. She previously served as an editor at Mashable, where she helped build the site's viral news section, and Yahoo, where she focused on DIY culture. Her work has also appeared on Bustle.