AWP is a complete web design and deveopment course especially made for educated job seekers, working people who wish to upgrade themseves.

Gone are the days when only one programming language or a very specific process was required from a developer.
Nowadays programmers must know a range of technologies across multiple platforms in order to do good work.

We cover almost all major web development components & techniques in the course which lets trainees to start working on live projects immediately once learnt.

In this program, trainees will be doing practical work regularly, and also work on real time group projects.

Course Details


Basic Computer Skills


6 Months (1½ hour/day on weekdays)


One-on-One : 24,000
Group (Employed): 17,500
Group (Student): 15,500


Course completion certificate which can be validated online

Become familiar with various web development techniques

Gives ability to build responsive website for both personal and business

Gives ability to develop rich and e-commerce websites

Gives ability to work efficiently within a team environment

Helps to be eligible to work as full stack developer in IT firms

Course Coverage
HTML, CSS, HTML5, CSS3, Javascript, JQuery, Bootstrap, WordPress, AJAX, PHP, MySQLi
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Getting Started

* Discussion on importance of having a website
* Understanding browser terms and the structure of a web page
* What is HTML / CSS / Javascript?
* What are plain text editors?

Pogramming with HTML

* Folder & HTML document structure
* HTML Elements
* How to create paragraph and headlines
* HTML Phrase Tags
* Comment, Break and Text Formatting Tags
* Adding images, links to a webpage
* Creating lists in HTML
* Chracter Entities to display reserved characters
* Iframe, embed and object elements
* Creating and processing HTML forms
* Complex table layouts
* Meta tag, SEO Intro
* Practical assignments - Tables, Forms

Pogramming with CSS

* The CSS Syntax Rule
* The color property and the value
* Ways to embed/link CSS to HTML
* Selectors - Tag, ID, Class
* Grouping Selectors
* Other various selectors in CSS
* Comments in CSS
* Units & Sizes
* Understanding box Model
* Block-level and inline elements
* Use of span and div tag
* Font properties
* Text formatting properties
* Shorthand vs longhand properties
* Background, Box - margin, border, padding, width, height
* Managing list and table with CSS
* Positioning and floating, CSS Layout
* Controlling list and table with CSS
* All CSS pseudo classes and elements
* Practical assignments - Menu, Sample webpage

HTML5 Starts

* What is HTML5 and why is it important
* Difference between HTML and HTML5
* HTML5 semantic elements
* Deprecated attributes & tags
* New tags in HTML5
* New Input types & attributes
* Tuning HTML5 for Cross Browser Compatibility
* Web Storage
* Animation with Canvas
* Geolocation
* Web Workers
* Practical assignments - HTML5 Form, Converting a webpage from HTML to HTML5

CSS3 Starts

* What is CSS3 and why is it important
* Introduction to reponsive web development
* CSS3 media queries
* New properties in CSS3
* Animated Buttons
* How to use custom fonts and icon fonts
* useful CSS libraries for web devlopment
* CSS box-sizing explained
* Understanding Responsive Patterns
* What is bootstrap and how it works
* Building responsive grid system
* Creation of responsive menu
* Browser specific CSS rules
* Practical assignments - Animated Buttons, Responsive Layout

Programming with Javascript

* JavaScript Syntaxt
* Where to place javascript
* Creation of variables
* Primitive Data types
* Operators: Arithmetic, Assignment, Comparison, Logical, Conditional, Bitwise, typeof
* Conditional and switch statements
* Functions, anonymous functions, closures
* Window Object, Built-in functions
* Built-in objects, functions
Events: Mouse, Keyboard
* Regular expressions
* DOM Methods
* Changing content with JS
* Error handling & Form validation
* Cookies
* Practical assignments - Form Validation, Slider, Tabbed interface, etc.


* Introduction - what, why
* Jquery Selectors, Events, Effects
* DOM Traversing
* Form Selectors
* Jquery Methods
* AJAX Methods
* JSON (AJAX Methods)
* Jquery UI Library
* Browser compatibility Testing


* Introduction to CMS
* Installation of WordPress
* Adding Content with page
* Managing Media files
* Wordpress Themes
* Working with Menus
* Configuration Settings


* Introduction - How it works
* Pros and Cons
* Typography
* Grid System
* Device wise
* Forms
* Inputs (Form Controls)
* Components of Bootstrap


* Introduction
* Variables + Constants and Data Types
* Arrays in PHP
* Comments in PHP
* Conditions and Operators
* Loops
* Forms submission and Request Methods
* Functions


* Forms submission and Request Methods
* Predefined / Built-in Functions
* Regular Expressions
* File Handling
* Sessions Control and Cookies
* Object Oriented Concepts
* Using cURL for Remote Requests


* Classes, Objects, Fields, Properties, _set(), Constants, Methods
* Encaptulation
* Inheritance and types
* Polymorphism
* Constructor and Destructor
* Static Class Members, Instance of Keyword, Helper Functions
* Object Cloning and Copy


* What is XML
* Create a XML file from PHP with Database records
* Reading Information from XML File


* Introduction
* MySQL vs MySQLi
* Connecting to Database
* Simple SELECTs
* Subqueries, Joins and Unions
* Output Query Results
* Escaping Characters
* Closing Connection
* Free Result
* Prepared Statements
* MySQLi Transactions


* CRUD Operations
* Sending Emails
* File Uploading
* Form validation
* Pagination

Final Project

* Develop a website for a business title which will be given at the end of course

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Frequently Asked Questions

Why can enroll in the course?

Designed for Students/Graduates/Workers who are interested in starting a career as a Full Stack Developer or who want to become a freelance web developer.

What does a full-stack developer mean?

The term full-stack means developers who are comfortable working with both back-end and front-end technologies.

To be more specific, it means that the developer can work with databases, PHP, HTML, CSS, JavaScript and everything in between, also, venturing as far as converting Photoshop designs to front-end code.

A full-stack developer doesn’t need to master all of the areas and technologies he needs to work it, because that just makes it nearly impossible, he just needs to be comfortable working with those technologies, and that’s a lot too.

What is the outcome of the course?

At the end of the course, you would have successfully completed minimum 2 projects which would be be very useful in creating your career portfolio.


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