Web Development Level 1 Microcredential

Exam Format, Topics & Concepts Covered, Prerequisites

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The CodeHS Web Development Level 1 Microcredential Exam tests foundational understanding of Cybersecurity topics and concepts. This microcredential can serve as a stepping stone for teachers’ career aspirations and help build programming skill credibility.

Exam Format

  • Format: 45 Multiple Choice Questions

  • Delivery Method: Online Timed Exam

Topics & Concepts Covered

  • JavaScript in HTML

  • The Script Tag

  • Using the DOM

  • Styling Elements Using Javascript

  • JavaScript Objects

  • Javascript Animations

  • Using Multiple Files in JavaScript

  • Functions in HTML

  • Keyboard Interactions

  • This keyword

  • jQuery

  • jQuery Selectors and Functions

  • jQuery Animations

  • jQuery Iterations

  • Callback Functions and Synchronization

  • Storing and Collecting Data

  • For-In Loops

  • APIs

  • Forms

  • How to Build and Maintain a Website

  • Layout and Web Design Theory

  • Analyzing User Data

  • Choosing a Domain Name

  • Hosting Your Website

  • Using a CMS


There are no prerequisites to take the CodeHS Web Development Level 1 Microcredential Exam. However, we recommend that students take the CodeHS Web Development Course to prepare for the exam.

Interested in taking the CodeHS Web Development Level 1 Microcredential? Find out more information here.

Still have questions? Contact our team at hello@codehs.com to learn more!

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