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  • 22 complete Web Development courses
  • Advanced HTML, CSS, Javascript & PHP
  • Python Django, CodeIgniter & SASS
  • Build a CMS, image upload website, HTML5 videoplayer and Realtime Chat application
  • Course Completion Certificate

Course description

  • What is this course about?

    Advanced Web Development Suite is a comprehensive training program that equips candidates with the all the necessary tools and techniques of web development with extensive practice in coding of functional web applications. With the continuous advancement in the Internet the need to develop search-engine friendly pages is on the rise. Employers are now seeking trained web developers who are capable of making the website accessible user friendly for a huge audience.

    Using cascading style sheets such as CSS and CSS3 for controlling web page layouts enables the development of pages that are more user friendly for scree-reader users. Client-side scripting languages such as JavaScript entailed here enable the creation of interactive effects among the web browsers.

    Advanced Web Development Suite is comprehensive and can be taken up by both beginners as well as advanced learners. It is best suited for system engineers, mobile app developers, web application developers, software engineers and candidates with technical background.

  • What learning benefits do you get from Simplilearn’s training?

    Here are some of the major learning benefits that come with this training:
    • This comprehensive course is highly recommended for professionals as it entails advanced CSS, advanced HTML, advanced JavaScript, advanced PHP development as well as an Introduction to CodeIgniter.
    • Trained candidates will be able to develop a complete CMS with PHP and integrate database using MySQLi extension of PHP.
    • PHP Object Oriented Programming, PHP Model View Controller Pattern (PHP MVC), an overview of PHP Data Objects, PHP Object Oriented Programming - building a Login System, Setting up PayPal Instant Payment Notification with PHP and advanced PHP development are also covered in this training.
    • Learn Python Django from Scratch training covered in this suite provides a detailed understanding of this robust programming language.
    • This comprehensive course is highly recommended for beginners as well as experienced professionals as it entails fundamentals and Advanced CSS and CSS and CSS3 Crash Course.
    • Build Your Own HTML5 Video Player covered in this training empowers the participants to develop their own HTML5 video interface from the scratch. This includes video embedment using HTML5 and creating custom controls.
    • CSS Floating Layouts, Introduction to SASS as well as Understanding HTML5 Input Types are also covered in this training program.

  • What are the career benefits in-store for you?

    With the constant advancement in technology and continuous change in programming platforms, the demand for trained web developers is on a constant rise. Here are some of the major career benefits that come with this training:
    • Average salary for a competent web developer is $82,000. Source: payscale.com
    • With the constant rise in the number of websites and internet marketing becoming a norm, IT companies across the globe are seeking trained web developers.
    • As organizations seek adept web development professionals, trained professionals have an edge over their non-trained counterparts.

  • Why Simplilearn?

    • Simplilearn is the World’s Largest Certification Training Provider, with over 500,000+ professionals trained globally
    • Trusted by the Fortune 500 companies as their learning provider for career growth and training
    • 2000+ certified and experienced trainers conduct trainings for various courses across the globe
    • All our Courses are designed and developed under a tried and tested Unique Learning Framework that is proven to deliver 98.6% pass rate in first attempt
    • Accredited, Approved and Recognized as a training organization, partner, education provider and examination center by globally renowned names like Project Management Institute of USA, APMG, CFA Institute, GARP, ASTQB, IIBA and others

Course preview

    • Module 1 - How To Add Google Authentication To A Website 1:11:23
      • 1.1 Introduction04:44
      • 1.2 Google Keys02:15
      • 1.3 Create a Database04:27
      • 1.4 Structure03:36
      • 1.5 Composer04:56
      • 1.6 Database06:46
      • 1.7 Setting Up Google Authentication07:59
      • 1.8 Mark Up03:53
      • 1.9 Sigining In12:52
      • 1.10 Sigining Out05:05
      • 1.11 Storing Users13:26
      • 1.12 Finishing Up01:24
    • Module 2 - How To Create A Facebook Connect Login System 1:28:27
      • 2.1 Introduction07:29
      • 2.2 How To Create A New Library08:00
      • 2.3 Installing And Using The Facebook SDK09:33
      • 2.4 Integrating SDK With Codeigniter08:42
      • 2.5 Creating A New Function08:25
      • 2.6 Scopes12:30
      • 2.7 Fixing Bugs11:26
      • 2.8 Logging In12:57
      • 2.9 Finishing Up09:25
    • Module 3 - How To Implement Sign In With Twitter 1:12:22
      • 3.1 Introduction to the Course03:32
      • 3.2 Composer03:23
      • 3.3 Creating a Twitter App04:09
      • 3.4 Directory Structure03:22
      • 3.5 Installing Codebird05:17
      • 3.6 Initialization05:58
      • 3.7 Checking If Logged In03:47
      • 3.8 Generating Authorization URL11:51
      • 3.9 Signing In08:08
      • 3.10 Signing Out01:47
      • 3.11 Introduction To Storing Users02:18
      • 3.12 Database Wrappers03:50
      • 3.13 Updating Dependencies03:51
      • 3.14 Creating Tables05:24
      • 3.15 Storing Users05:45
    • Advanced CSS 1:15:41
      • 1.1 Course Material00:25
      • 1.2 Grouping And Nesting06:13
      • 1.3 Maximum And Minimum Dimensions04:21
      • 1.4 Positions04:44
      • 1.5 Relative And Z - Index05:22
      • 1.6 Floating03:35
      • 1.7 Clear03:20
      • 1.8 Pseudos(Part 1)06:13
      • 1.9 Pseudos(Part 2)06:38
      • 1.10 Alignment05:05
      • 1.11 Sprites09:35
      • 1.12 Opacity03:37
      • 1.13 Media Types04:29
      • 1.14 Attribute Selectors03:46
      • 1.15 Browser Prefixes05:13
      • 1.16 Important03:05
    • Advanced HTML 25:03
      • 1.1 Course Materials00:30
      • 1.2 The Doctype01:58
      • 1.3 Head Section (Part 1)06:15
      • 1.4 Head Section (Part 2)06:49
      • 1.5 Scripts01:18
      • 1.6 Hierarchy (DOM)04:08
      • 1.7 Entities04:05
    • Advanced JavaScript 59:26
      • 1.1 Course Materials00:25
      • 1.2 Split And Substring07:32
      • 1.3 Try Catch And Throw05:49
      • 1.4 Date06:29
      • 1.5 Math07:00
      • 1.6 Regular Expressions15:36
      • 1.7 Navigator03:09
      • 1.8 setInterval And setTimeout06:44
      • 1.9 Objects06:42
    • Advanced PHP Development 1:36:19
      • 1.1 Course Materials00:25
      • 1.2 Sessions13:10
      • 1.3 Server Super Global Variable05:43
      • 1.4 Cookies13:19
      • 1.5 File Upload11:43
      • 1.6 Emails12:53
      • 1.7 File Intro01:21
      • 1.8 File Create05:38
      • 1.9 File Write07:11
      • 1.10 File Read07:28
      • 1.11 File Append03:54
      • 1.12 File Delete05:01
      • 1.13 All File Modes05:01
      • 1.14 Finishing Up03:32
    • Section 1 - Introduction 09:58
      • 1.1 Introduction09:58
    • Section 2 - Understanding PHP Data Objects (PDO) 33:22
      • 2.1 Understanding PHP Data Objects (PDO)08:33
      • 2.2 Affected Row Count04:23
      • 2.3 Binding Values to Queries10:15
      • 2.4 Error Detection06:56
      • 2.5 Returning The Last Inserted ID03:15
    • Section 3 - Conclusion 12:13
      • 3.1 Conclusion12:13
    • Understanding HTML5 Input Types 12:06
      • 1.1 Introduction01:14
      • 1.2 Search01:04
      • 1.3 Email01:04
      • 1.4 URLs00:42
      • 1.5 Tel00:42
      • 1.6 Numbers01:44
      • 1.7 Range00:47
      • 1.8 Date00:43
      • 1.9 Month00:39
      • 1.10 Week00:12
      • 1.11 Time00:50
      • 1.12 Color00:32
      • 1.13 Turning Off Automatic Validation00:40
      • 1.14 Use Them Today01:13
    • Section 1 - Introduction 01:39
      • 1.1 Introduction01:39
    • Section 2 - Database Setup 03:14
      • 2.1 Directories03:14
    • Section 3 - Building a PHP OOP Registration and Login System 1:40:58
      • 3.1 Maerkup06:33
      • 3.2 Building Tables23:54
      • 3.3 Database Wrapper17:51
      • 3.4 Authenticating17:38
      • 3.5 Validation35:02
    • Section 1 - Introduction To PHP Object Oriented Programming 13:46
      • 1.1 PHP Object Oriented Programming13:46
    • Section 2 - Understanding And Using Classes, Methods And Properties 1:06:00
      • 2.1 Methods And Properties10:24
      • 2.2 Using Static Properties And Methods08:14
      • 2.3 Constructor Method07:05
      • 2.4 Class Constants06:02
      • 2.5 Extending A Class11:22
      • 2.6 Protecting Methods And Properties11:06
      • 2.7 Scope Resolution Operator11:47
    • Section 3 - OOP Exercise Create A Calculator 09:24
      • 3.1 Create A Calculator09:24
    • Section 4 - OOP Exercise Working With MySQL Database 25:12
      • 4.1 Part 107:12
      • 4.2 Part 212:24
      • 4.3 Part 305:36
    • Module 1 - Introduction 01:51
      • 1.1 Introduction01:51
    • Module 2 - Database Integration 56:28
      • 2.1 Database05:22
      • 2.2 Connecting07:41
      • 2.3 Getting Results16:09
      • 2.4 Updating And Deleting08:22
      • 2.5 Inserting Records09:37
      • 2.6 Binding09:17
    • Module 3 - Example Application 22:06
      • 3.1 Example Application22:06
    • Module 4 - The Singleton Pattern 21:22
      • 4.1 Singleton Part 111:56
      • 4.2 Singleton Part 209:26
    • Module 1 - Installation 17:54
      • 1.1 Installing Easy Install, Virtualenv And Django17:54
    • Module 2 - Introduction To Python Django 2:00:11
      • 2.1 Settings.py And Database Models30:26
      • 2.2 Views, Simple URLs And Basic Templates24:12
      • 2.3 Advanced Views And URLs17:42
      • 2.4 The Admin Interface10:44
      • 2.5 Template Language19:53
      • 2.6 Static Files17:14
    • Module 3 - Creating A Registration And Login System 1:10:08
      • 3.1 Cookies And Sessions14:53
      • 3.2 Login And Logout19:36
      • 3.3 User Registration17:00
      • 3.4 Extending The Registration Form18:39
    • Module 4 - Working With Databases 1:12:50
      • 4.1 Creating Forms For Database Models17:56
      • 4.2 Updating Database Records12:48
      • 4.3 Basic Database Relationships21:59
      • 4.4 Updating Database Schema20:07
    • Module 5 - Advanced Python Django 7:53:55
      • 5.1 Database Migrations And Updating Schema Using South35:31
      • 5.2 Ajax Search Feature21:36
      • 5.3 Web Services With TasyPie17:34
      • 5.4 Basic Unit Testing36:05
      • 5.5 Logging18:53
      • 5.6 Using The Form Wizard26:12
      • 5.7 User Profiles26:16
      • 5.8 Custom Template Tags15:30
      • 5.9 Setting Up Deployment To Heroku And S337:15
      • 5.10 Deploying To Heroku And S330:27
      • 5.11 Using Fabric To Automate Deployment25:08
      • 5.12 Full Text Search (Haystack And Whoosh)24:38
      • 5.13 Django Signals15:46
      • 5.14 Advanced Django Signals23:11
      • 5.15 Processing Long Running Tasks32:33
      • 5.16 Monitoring Task Processes12:37
      • 5.17 Sending Messages To The User25:34
      • 5.18 Filtering Data By User24:11
      • 5.19 Reusing Apps And Twitter Bootstrap24:58
    • Module 01 - Course Introduction 01:54
      • 1.1 Course Introduction01:54
    • Module 02 - What is MVC 13:22
      • 2.1 How You Shouldnot Structure Code07:14
      • 2.2 What Is MVC06:08
    • Module 03 - Creating an MVC Application 1:50:28
      • 3.1 Introduction10:46
      • 3.2 Composer Requirements01:29
      • 3.3 Directory Structure03:19
      • 3.4 Parsing URLs17:06
      • 3.5 Creating Controllers15:09
      • 3.6 Accessing URL Parameters02:40
      • 3.7 Working with Views16:41
      • 3.8 Passing Data To Our View05:38
      • 3.9 Loading Modules07:06
      • 3.10 Working with the Database19:08
      • 3.11 Including Assets11:26
    • Module 04 - Course Conclusion 00:57
      • 4.1 Course Conclusion00:57
    • Introduction to SASS 41:17
      • 1.1 Installing Sass00:58
      • 1.2 Compiling05:38
      • 1.3 Project Overview01:37
      • 1.4 Directory Structure04:55
      • 1.5 Variables07:51
      • 1.6 Inheritence07:15
      • 1.7 Nesting02:33
      • 1.8 Functions04:56
      • 1.9 Mixins05:34
    • Module 1 - Introduction To The Course 04:31
      • 1.1 Introduction To CodeIgniter04:31
    • Module 2 - Lets Learn CodeIgniter 33:35
      • 2.1 Controllers07:40
      • 2.2 Models04:38
      • 2.3 Views04:56
      • 2.4 Basic Calculator08:03
      • 2.5 URLs, Mod Rewrite And URIs08:18
    • Module 3 - Working With The MySQL Database 28:21
      • 3.1 Connecting04:43
      • 3.2 Getting Values08:07
      • 3.3 Inserting08:03
      • 3.4 Updating Values07:28
    • Module 4 - How To Build A Basic Website With CodeIgniter 1:23:31
      • 4.1 Getting Started07:53
      • 4.2 Multiple Page Loading And Styling11:18
      • 4.3 HTML Helper05:56
      • 4.4 URL Helper08:59
      • 4.5 Content Managing15:43
      • 4.6 Contact Page12:17
      • 4.7 Form Validation Library14:08
      • 4.8 Email Library07:17
    • Module 1 - Introduction 07:06
      • 1.1 Introduction07:06
    • Module 2 - Setting Up PayPal IPN With PHP 1:02:11
      • 2.1 Setting Up PayPal IPN With PHP05:21
      • 2.2 Payment Preferences06:18
      • 2.3 Working With The Database09:21
      • 2.4 The Database Continued09:00
      • 2.5 Working With The PHP Code08:49
      • 2.6 PHP Coding Part 208:43
      • 2.7 PHP Coding Part 306:58
      • 2.8 PHP Coding Part 407:41
    • Module 3 - Security Concerns 02:22
      • 3.1 Security Concerns02:22
    • Section 1 - Introduction to the Course 10:18
      • 1.1 Introduction to the Course10:18
    • Section 2 - How To Create An Image Upload Website With PHP 3:01:04
      • 2.1 How To Create An Image10:02
      • 2.2 User Functions03:36
      • 2.3 Album Functions05:00
      • 2.4 Image Functions05:14
      • 2.5 Database and Tables09:07
      • 2.6 User Login Part 113:31
      • 2.7 User Login Part 213:19
      • 2.8 Creating Albums Part 108:52
      • 2.9 Creating Albums Part 209:18
      • 2.10 Displaying Albums09:43
      • 2.11 Editing Albums07:49
      • 2.12 Editing Albums Part 207:43
      • 2.13 Editing Albums Part 313:01
      • 2.14 Deleting Albums10:53
      • 2.15 Uploading Images12:21
      • 2.16 Viewing Albums08:49
      • 2.17 Viewing Albums Part 209:20
      • 2.18 Viewing Albums Part 306:38
      • 2.19 Deleting Images08:05
      • 2.20 Deleting Images Part 208:43
    • How to Build a CMS with PHP 46:09
      • 1.001 Introduction And Getting Started04:46
      • 1.002 Creating A Database04:26
      • 1.003 Creating The Article Index05:38
      • 1.004 Creating The Article View Page06:13
      • 1.005 Building A Control Panel To Manage Content09:41
      • 1.006 Creating Article Posting Functionality08:29
      • 1.007 Deleting CMS Articles06:56
    • Chapter 0 - Welcome To CSS Floating Layouts 03:29
      • 0.1 How To Build CSS Floating Layout00:46
      • 0.2 A Note About Set Up02:43
    • Chapter 1 - CSS Float Fundamentals 39:55
      • 1.1 Basic Floating10:29
      • 1.2 Using Floats On Multiple Items07:08
      • 1.3 Introducing Clear04:38
      • 1.4 A Practical Example Creating A Thumbnail Gallery With Float And Clear17:40
    • Chapter 2 - Building A Flexible Layout 26:00
      • 2.1 Creating Layouts Using Floats04:59
      • 2.2 Setting Properties And Testing The Layout07:30
      • 2.3 Inserting The Header04:20
      • 2.4 Inserting The Footer And Finalizing06:09
      • 2.5 Understanding How The Layout Works03:02
    • Chapter 3 - Building A Combination Flexible Fixed Layout 28:57
      • 3.1 Creating A Combination Flexible Fixed Layout05:06
      • 3.2 Adding In Some Dummy Content02:13
      • 3.3 Setting Properties Part 107:00
      • 3.4 Setting Properties Part 207:32
      • 3.5 Final Layout Options07:06
    • Chapter 4 - Building A Fixed Layout 28:05
      • 4.1 Creating A Fixed Layout03:40
      • 4.2 Setting Properties Part 104:21
      • 4.3 Setting Properties Part 212:16
      • 4.4 Final Layout Options07:48
    • Chapter 5 - Bonus Videos 28:58
      • 5.1 Building Dreamweaver CS3 CS4 Essentials Layouts Using Floats Part 108:15
      • 5.2 Building Dreamweaver CS3 CS4 Essentials Layouts Using Floats Part 208:57
      • 5.3 Creating Floating Layouts In Dreamweaver11:46
    • Chapter 6 - Conclusion 01:59
      • 6.1 Conclusion01:59
    • Module 1 - Introduction To The Course 23:02
      • 1.1 What Will You Learn01:05
      • 1.2 Introduction And The Basics19:24
      • 1.3 Installing Notepad Plus Plus02:33
    • Module 2 - CSS And CSS3 Basics 2:07:25
      • 2.1 Selectors (Part 1 Of 4)10:46
      • 2.2 Selectors (Part 2 Of 4)11:32
      • 2.3 Selectors (Part 3 Of 4)11:01
      • 2.4 Selectors (Part 4 Of 4)08:38
      • 2.5 Styling Links (Hyperlinks)13:24
      • 2.6 Widths And Heights12:51
      • 2.7 Positioning11:00
      • 2.8 Centering A Container10:21
      • 2.9 Colors10:52
      • 2.10 Display Property08:19
      • 2.11 Hiding An Element04:49
      • 2.12 Font Basics13:52
    • Module 3 - Intermediate CSS And CSS3 3:25:49
      • 3.1 Forcing Uppercase, Lowercase And Capitalisation05:46
      • 3.2 Text Alignment06:38
      • 3.3 Text Indenting11:24
      • 3.4 Borders11:08
      • 3.5 Rounded Borders11:58
      • 3.6 Margins And Padding13:51
      • 3.7 Overflow08:39
      • 3.8 Styling Headers09:03
      • 3.9 Floating Elements17:08
      • 3.10 Clearfix For Clearing Floats13:24
      • 3.11 Styling Unordere Lists09:20
      • 3.12 Horizontal Menu (Part 1 Of 2)12:51
      • 3.13 Horizontal Menu (Part 2 Of 2)13:38
      • 3.14 Vertical Menu12:10
      • 3.15 Creating A Button11:14
      • 3.16 Backgrounds12:35
      • 3.17 Multiple Background Images09:08
      • 3.18 Background Size06:04
      • 3.19 Border Images09:50
    • Module 4 - Advanced Intermediate CSS And CSS3 1:38:30
      • 4.1 Sprite14:40
      • 4.2 Element Shadows (Box Shadow)07:29
      • 4.3 Text Shadows10:44
      • 4.4 Opacity06:24
      • 4.5 Element Stack Order (z Index)07:39
      • 4.6 Image Overlay Effect (Part 1 Of 2)09:43
      • 4.7 Image Overlay Effect (Part 2 Of 2)11:35
      • 4.8 2D Transformations (Part 1 Of 4)03:37
      • 4.9 2D Transformations (Part 2 Of 4)11:36
      • 4.10 2D Transformations (part 3 Of 4)09:28
      • 4.11 2D Transformations (Part 4 Of 4)05:35
    • Module 5 - Build Your First Website 2:25:23
      • 5.1 Basic Site Layout (Part 1 Of 3)11:29
      • 5.2 Basic Site Layout (Part 2 Of 3)14:13
      • 5.3 Basic Site Layout (Part 3 Of 3)14:11
      • 5.4 Styling Tables (Part 1 Of 2)13:38
      • 5.5 Styling Tables (Part 2 Of 2)10:45
      • 5.6 Cursors07:37
      • 5.7 Box Sizing07:48
      • 5.8 Styling Form Elements (Part 1 Of 2)11:45
      • 5.9 Styling Form Elements (Part 2 Of 2)07:00
      • 5.10 Dashed Link Underline07:03
      • 5.11 Drop Down Style Menu14:43
      • 5.12 Quick And Easy CSS Triangles03:37
      • 5.13 Pure Dropdown List Menu (Part 1 Of 2)09:45
      • 5.14 Pure Dropdown List Menu (Part 2 Of 2)11:49
    • Module 6 - Fun Advanced Topics 48:40
      • 6.1 Creating Cube With CSS318:55
      • 6.2 Create A Avatar Profile Picture Effect03:54
      • 6.3 Create A Speech Bubble In Comment List13:21
      • 6.4 Create A Headline Backgroung Effect12:30
    • Create A Node.js Real Time Chat Application 1:15:02
      • 1.1 Introduction03:05
      • 1.2 Design12:20
      • 1.3 Node And Mongodb09:07
      • 1.4 Inserting Data16:42
      • 1.5 Sending Messages10:56
      • 1.6 Outputting Statuses10:19
      • 1.7 Output Chat Messages12:33
    • Building Responsive Websites with HTML5 CSS3 3:29:50
      • 1.1 Welcome00:48
      • 1.2 A Look At What We'll Build01:36
      • 1.3 Key Aspects Of Responsive Design02:43
      • 1.4 Determining Device Resolutions To Target04:20
      • 1.5 Wireframing Responsive Layouts04:59
      • 1.6 The Concept Of Using Multiple CSS Files10:50
      • 1.7 Media Queries and Multiple Style Sheets08:58
      • 1.8 Building Media Queries Into A Single CSS File07:38
      • 1.9 Using Media Query Expressions05:05
      • 1.10 Setting Up The HTML and CSS Files04:19
      • 1.11 Getting Started With The Header07:36
      • 1.12 Inserting The Main Nav Menu06:01
      • 1.13 Inserting The Search Field06:56
      • 1.14 Problems With Applying Floats04:19
      • 1.15 Integrating Google Fonts API03:25
      • 1.16 Building The Hero Section Structure04:26
      • 1.17 Formatting The Hero Section09:04
      • 1.18 Inserting and Formatting A Call To Action Button09:51
      • 1.19 Building The Features Section, Part One05:46
      • 1.20 Building The Features Section, Part Two04:57
      • 1.21 Inserting The Organize Section08:19
      • 1.22 Building The Share Section05:16
      • 1.23 Building The Call To Action Area06:36
      • 1.24 Inserting And Formatting The Footer03:48
      • 1.25 Finishing Touches For The High Resolution Layout04:07
      • 1.26 Setting Up The Medium Resolution CSS and Testing The Media Query07:02
      • 1.27 Formatting The Medium Res Header04:08
      • 1.28 Formatting The Medium Res Hero Section06:09
      • 1.29 Formatting The Features Section02:14
      • 1.30 Formatting The Organize And Share Sections05:17
      • 1.31 Building The Get Section and Finishing Up The Medium Res Layout02:53
      • 1.32 Setting Up The Low Res CSS and Testing The Media Query04:41
      • 1.33 Formatting The Low Res Header02:53
      • 1.34 Resolving Problems Caused By Floats04:22
      • 1.35 Formatting The Low Res Hero Section03:18
      • 1.36 Formatting The Features Section01:46
      • 1.37 Formatting The Organize And Share Sections02:59
      • 1.38 Building The Get Section and Finishing Up The Low Res Layout03:07
      • 1.39 Disabling Device Smart Zoom05:59
      • 1.40 Testing Your Responsive Layouts04:28
      • 1.41 Setting Up Retina Display Graphics06:22
      • 1.42 Where To Go From Here00:29
    • Module 1 - Introduction to the Course 02:17
      • 1.1 Introduction To The Course02:17
    • Module 2 - How to Build an HTML5 Video Player 47:30
      • 2.1 How To Build An HTML 5 Video Player08:09
      • 2.2 Coding The HTML08:09
      • 2.3 Video Player Attributes07:17
      • 2.4 JavaScript Modifications08:05
      • 2.5 Working with Adobe Flash12:32
      • 2.6 Testing Your Video Player03:18
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