Code a Responsive Website with Bootstrap 3 — A New Udemy Course

My friends, I have some absolutely exciting news!

Eight months ago, in January, I had been looking for ways to teach web design related courses online, and I stumbled across a platform called Udemy. Many of you may know that I published a course called PSD to HTML5 & CSS3 and to my absolute delight, it was a smashing success with nearly 100 students enrolling within the first month! Currently, the course has over 3,000 students and counting!

After month #1, I realized the incredible potential in using Udemy as a medium for me to teach. The potential being not only monetary, but the potential to reach and add value to peoples lives across the planet; people I would have never otherwise connected with.

This lit a fire under my butt and within a couple months I launched a second online course called Web Hosting 101. I decided to publish this course for free, because I wanted to offer new material to my current students, and also to see if I could attract a large number of students so as to build my student roster. Well, that plan succeeded: within two months, over two thousand students enrolled, and currently it has over 3,200 students.

With a following of nearly 6,500 students on Udemy, I decided it was time to build a brand new course. A bigger, better, premium course. I wanted to incorporate the critical feedback from my current students regarding my published courses, and build something awesome.

After months of work, and hours upon hours of coding, filming, editing, tweaking and testing…

I finally finished it.

What is it? You’re probably wondering.

It’s called Code a Responsive Website with Bootstrap 3.

This new course is a simple, step-by-step tutorial that will arm you with the appropriate skills and knowledge to start building your very own responsive websites using the newly released Twitter Bootstrap 3 — a popular, free, mobile-first, open-source framework.

With 27 lectures and over 3 hours of high quality, in-depth, video-driven content you’ll explore the newly released Bootstrap 3 framework, and learn how to code a fully-responsive, mobile-optimized website using HTML, CSS, and jQuery.

What is extra exciting about this launch is, I am the first to launch a course featuring Bootstrap 3 on Udemy. There are some other Twitter Bootstrap courses on Udemy, but the new Bootstrap 3 is very different from it’s predecessor, and no other instructor is offering a course like this.

If you are interested in learning how to build a responsive website using Bootstrap 3, sign up for the course here using using the coupon code STRAP25 to get 25% off. But hurry! There are only 100 of these coupons, and based on my experience with Udemy, this discount will quickly vanish into thin air — so act fast and sign up now! Use this link to redeem your discount.

If you know of a friend or family member who would benefit from taking this course, please share it with them and make sure to give them that coupon code for a discount.

Thank you so much for reading, my friends.


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  • The trouble with (or benefit of) the web is you never know when someone may comment. I went through your responsive web design videos about a year ago and developed a website as I learned. Thanks! About to start another project – my question is “do you recommend the entire site be just one page” similar to your sample site? Or do the links (like the links to the vegetables) go to other pages created with bootstrap?

    • Single page sites & multi page sites are both totally fine. It just depends on what you’re going for! I find tech startups like using the “single page” landing page, however, multi-page sites are typically better for SEO.

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  • Hi Brad, thanks for this awesome tutorial that I am following! I’d like to update my Bootstrap to the newest version. How can I do this? Thank you very much.

    • Hi Jean, glad you like it! In terms up updating your Bootstrap 3 code to the very latest version, unfortunately, it requires a bit of manual work. There’s a Bootstrap 3 migration guide here that will definitely help. It’s technically for updating from 2 to 3, however, it will still work to update to the newest version of 3 from an older version of 3.

      Hope that helps!

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  • Marc

    Thanks very much, from France, for this very good course. :-)

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