Step by step guide to becoming a modern frontend developer
Get the basic understanding of internet, browsers, networks and other relevant knowledge.
HTML provides the skeleton of a webpage. Learn the basics of HTML; learn the basic tags, learn how to write semantic HTML, understand basic SEO, learn how to divide your pages into sections that will help you style them.
Please know that I have put multiple links for each resource. While you may pick something new while going through each, you don't need to go through all of them - if you feel like you have understood the concepts and are just repeating what you learnt, you may skip the resource and move to exercises section.
Version control systems allow you to track changes to your codebase/files over time. They allow you to go back to some previous version of the codebase without any issues. Also, they help in collaborating with people working on the same code – if you’ve ever collaborated with other people on a project, you might already know the frustration of copying and merging the changes from someone else into your codebase; version control systems allow you to get rid of this issue.
In this section, you will learn what version control systems are and understand how to use Git which is the de facto VCS.
Now that you know what git is go ahead and create an account on GitHub and push everything that you do from now on to GitHub so that you can get the practice and get it reviewed from the other people in the community.