[#Script #Coding] Learn HTML – Full Tutorial for Beginners (2022)

Learn HTML – Full Tutorial for Beginners (2022)

By freeCodeCamp.org
Published: Mar 08, 2022

freeCodeCamp.org Learn HTML in this complete course for beginners. This is an all-in-one beginner tutorial to help you learn web development skills. This course teaches HTML5.
Dave Gray created this course. Check out his channel: https://www.youtube.com/davegrayteachescode
Code: https://github.com/gitdagray/html_course

    Course Contents

  • (00:00:00) Intro
  • (00:00:55) Chapter 1 – Getting Started
  • (00:20:13) Chapter 2 – Head Element
  • (00:29:02) Chapter 3 – Text Basics
  • (00:49:45) Chapter 4 – List Types
  • (00:59:55) Chapter 5 – Add Links
  • (01:30:38) Chapter 6 – Add Images
  • (02:00:58) Chapter 7 – Semantic Tags
  • (02:24:53) Chapter 8 – Create Tables
  • (02:40:42) Chapter 9 – Forms & Inputs
  • (03:25:16) Chapter 10 – HTML Project

[#Webdesign #Coding] Bootstrap v5: Getting Started (Buttons, Responsive Columns, Accordion)

Bootstrap v5: Getting Started (Buttons, Responsive Columns, Accordion)

By LearnWebCode
Published: Aug 26, 2020

LearnWebCode 0:00 Intro
1:07 Getting Started
3:09 Version 5
5:01 Basic Classes
9:28 Columns
14:08 Responsive Classes
19:16 Bootstrap JS
21:44 Opinion: Should You Use Bootstrap?

Playlist for this full series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist…

[#Script #Coding] HTML & CSS Project Tutorial – Build a Recipes Website

HTML & CSS Project Tutorial – Build a Recipes Website

By freeCodeCamp.org
Published: Sep 28, 2021

freeCodeCamp.org In this HTML and CSS project tutorial, you will improve your HTML and CSS skills by building a recipes website.


[Design] Secrets of the Esc Key

From CreativePro.comSecrets of the Esc Key:

Secrets of the Esc Key
If you’ll pardon the pun, the Esc key might escape the notice of many Adobe Creative Cloud users, but it’s actually a great shortcut. You might already know that the Esc key can be a shortcut for the Cancel button, but it does a few more interesting things in Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign, and Adobe Illustrator. I wrote this article as a follow-up to my earlier CreativePro article about the hidden powers of the Enter key; if you like these tips you’ll want to check out that article too. But for now, let’s uncover some of the secrets of the Esc key. Esc: Your Easy Exit Esc is short for "escape," and that’s a good way to understand when to press that key. When you’re adjusting an option and you find yourself thinking "I’m going down the wrong road…", that’s when you might want to try the Esc key. In many applications, the Esc key is a keyboard shortcut for canceling the current operation. If you see a Cancel button on the screen, chances are pressing Esc will be the same as clicking that Cancel button. Similarly, Esc is often a single-key equivalent to pressing the Command-. (Mac) or Ctrl-. (Windows) shortcut for canceling…

[#ALA] User Research When You Can’t Talk to Your Users

From A List Apart:User Research When You Can't Talk to Your Users:

User Research When You Can't Talk to Your Users
It's not breaking news to say that the core of UX, in a vacuum, is talking to your users to gather insights and then applying that information to your designs. But it's equally true that UX does not happen in a vacuum. So what happens when you don't have the budget or the timeline to run user tests, card sorts, or stakeholder interviews? What should you do when your company doesn't want you bothering the paying customers who use their software? In short, how do you do UX research when you can't get direct access to your users? While the best methods for gathering user insights entail first-hand research, there are other ways to quickly glean qualitative data about your users 'wants and needs' beyond the usual lightweight guerrilla user testing options. For a start, companies that are new or have a smaller digital footprint can benefit from things like forums or even competitor reviews to get a better sense of the users in their industry vertical. And for more established companies, customer service logs and app reviews can be invaluable for learning what users think about specific products. Let’s check out a few techniques I like to recommend…

[#HTML5 #Tips] Preparing Yourself For #SEO By Learning The Basics Of HTML

From Tutorial Lounge » Tutorial LoungePreparing Yourself For SEO By Learning The Basics Of HTML:

Preparing Yourself For SEO By Learning The Basics Of HTML
Preparing Yourself For SEO By Learning The Basics Of HTML Are you aware of the fact that SEO and HTML closely correlate with one another? It is nearly impossible to have one without the other. With this in mind, if you wish to delve deeper into search engine optimization, you will want to find a […]

[#ALA] Widen Out: Using Your Blog to Attract New Clients

From A List Apart: The Full FeedWiden Out: Using Your Blog to Attract New Clients:

Widen Out: Using Your Blog to Attract New Clients
Attracting future clients on autopilot – that's the whole point of your website, right? Most freelancers accept the story that great work attracts leads, but I'm going to be straight with you: clients have no clue you exist. What usually tips the balance isn't your portfolio – they see plenty of those. Not many people talk about failures they had promoting their products and services. We struggle and we hide it. It's one of the reasons I hate to read marketing 'success stories' and 'How to drive traffic and make money!' posts – they seem hollow and vaguely manipulative. They also invariably circle around an answer we already know: The key to attracting non-referral clients is making it easy for them to discover you.

[#Tutorial] Finally! #CSS Triangles Without Ugly Hacks

From TutorialzineFinally! CSS Triangles Without Ugly Hacks:

Finally! CSS Triangles Without Ugly Hacks

In this quick tutorial we show you how to use the clip-path property to effortlessly create CSS-only triangles. No borders or unicode involved. Anyone who has tried to make HTML upvote arrows, speech bubbles or other pointy elements, knows that in order to create a CSS-only triangle you have to use some sort of hack. The two most popular solutions are to create your triangles out of borders, or to use unicode characters.

[#Tutorial] How a Website Builder Can Be Useful for Creating Stunning Websites

From Tutorial Lounge » How a Website Builder Can Be Useful for Creating Stunning Websites:

How a Website Builder Can Be Useful for Creating Stunning WebsitesAdvantages of Online Website Builders in Creating Stunning Websites In the Internet-oriented world, every business is going online and focused on creating a website for their product or services. Owing to this trend, companies are always looking for webs designers and developers to help them build their online presence. However, getting perfect results out of designers and developers is nothing short of […]

[#Design] Themify Shoppe – The Ultimate WooCommerce #WordPress Theme

From Web Designer Wall – Design Trends and TutorialsThemify Shoppe – The Ultimate WooCommerce WordPress Theme:

Themify Shoppe - The Ultimate WooCommerce WordPress Theme
I’m excited to announce that Themify has released another awesome theme – Themify Shoppe. Designed by Liam McKay and coded by Themify team, Shoppe works hand-in-hand with WooCommerce, making it the ultimate multi-purposed eCommerce theme…

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