Resources for Learning Code

October 26, 2021

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Thanks to features like Visual Editors, you can do a lot of experimentation on your website without using any code. This means marketers and others who are responsible for conversions, but don’t necessarily have a technical background, can be hands on with digital optimization, and that’s great. But there may be a time when a little bit of HTML, CSS, or JavaScript can make the difference between pushing an A/B test live now, or waiting for a developer to help you out. Luckily, there are some fantastic resources online to help you learn the basics of web development code. Here’s where to look if you need some help.

Online Resources for Learning Code

  1. W3 Schools: Great free references when you’re looking up a particular tag or element name or syntax, plus paid courses in everything from HTML to Python.
  2. Coursera: Paid and free options for college courses for everything you could think of, including overall web development and specific coding languages.
  3. Codecademy: Comprehensive coding classes for your desired career field or specific use.
  4. Udemy: Paid, self-paced, business focused courses on anything from analytics to development to marketing.
  5. freeCodeCamp: Offers free courses and certifications for different fields of development.
  6. RegexOne: Interactive exercises for learning regular expressions.
  7. Regex Crossword: Practice regular expressions with tutorials, puzzles, and games.

Check out some of these resources if you want to learn some web development, and take your optimization skills up a notch. And of course, a great first step is to talk to your optimization consultant, who can help get you started in the right direction!

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