How Long Does It Take To Become A Front-end Web Developer?

Well starting to learn web development is nice. You are adding valuable skills for yourself. But, how long does it take to become a front-end developer?

How Long Does It Take To Become a Front-end Web Developer?

It depends upon your practice, effort, learning ability, and memory. If I give you a rough idea, it will take you 90 days (10 days HTML, 20 days CSS, 30 days JavaScript, 30 days Bootstrap, and creating projects) if you give time and effort to learning. For some genius beginner developers(maybe you), it might take just 60 days or even 30 days.
If I share my personal experience, then it took me two months to complete my HTML, CSS, and JS courses. I used to give 2-3 hours a day to learn HTML, CSS, and JS. It took me 4 days(8+ hours learning time) to learn HTML, 6 days(12+ hours learning time) to learn CSS, and 20 days(50+ hours learning time) to learn JS. And yes I definitely took a break in between which took me 2 months to complete HTML, CSS, and JavaScript courses. Otherwise, it would have taken me only a month. And I also used to watch tutorials on HTML, CSS, JavaScript on YouTube to practice and sharpen my HTML, CSS, JavaScript skill, and knowledge.
So it definitely depends upon how much time and effort you give to learning Front-end Web development.

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