Web Development for Non-Developers

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Many people are interested in creating websites but don't necessarily want to become professional developers. They may have an idea for a startup that they want to test out before hiring a developer, or they may want to create a site for their small business or organization. Other people may work with developers but want do more on their own, while they leave the full-scale programming to the professional.

Some people may be scared off by the programming knowledge needed to become a developer. There's too many technologies to learn: HTML, CSS, Javascript, a backend language, maybe a database language too, and it's not like programming is easy to begin with! However, there's no need to learn full-fledged programming for people to to get started with their own websites. People can start creating websites without any code at all, and learn the basics as they need it.

There are many tools they can use to setup an initial site or web app, and they can customize additional aspects afterwards. Some website-builder tools offer an easy way to set up a site, but are more difficult to customize later. Instead, one should use tools that create standard HTML-sites so the website creator or developer can edit any part of the HTML later on.

I created the Web for All Kickstarter Project to help non-developers easily create their own sites. The course will teach people how the web works and how to create standard-HTML websites without coding. It will then cover the basics of coding on the web and how to apply it. You can view free early sample content here:

Please check it out and share the Kickstarter!

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