This article will help you to start a path to front-end development. In the last 10 year’s I didn’t pay any attention about programming and the way websites built. About 2 years ago, I started to spend more than 12 hours every day working as a remote tester for several platforms.

Every time I had a new website or application to test for bug’s or UI/UX or even usability studies, I was surprised by the number of common mistakes that have been made in building these website’s and applications and that forced me to enter the beautiful world of programming.

After searching for a while I understand that every web developer must know at least the basics of HTML and CSS so I downloaded a text editor and start playing around but I figured this will not a benefit for me at all so I participated in some courses to learn them professionally.

Where I started

So at first, I joined Codecademy it was a great place to start with a lot of free courses that will teach you the basics for almost everything in web and app development.

Then, after I learned the basics of HTML, CSS, and JAVASCRIPT I start to discover another website to enhance my experience because as I said in the free subscription you can just learn the basics so here are other websites that everyone should check before starting a new bath in web development or programming:

1- Freecodecamp this website is fantastic it will give you access to a lot of programming courses with certifications for everything you completed and it’s all free.

2- Codepen this website gives you access to examples of HTML and CSS codes and tricks and so many other languages and live examples how to use them and the most amazing thing is the live editor that you can use for any language.

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Steps to Become a Front-end Developer
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