What is front-end? What is back-end? Let's make sure we understand
You'll need a text editor to write code.
Let's code some HTML to understand why we use it
"We are what we do repeatedly, Excellence is not an act, but a habit" - Aristotle
Add CSS to make background & font colors
... and a cat pic too.
You and I will start our portfolio page website, let's go!
First you'll add the content, and then we'll use the HTML tags to mark it up
Twitter, Facebook, GitHub... link em' up.
CSS goes in its own folder
A little recipe to make a responsive full page background image
We'll need to chose a color palate for your site
Learn how to make transparent objects in less than 2 minutes
Let's add some fancy typography to make our site *POP*
Smooth out those rough edges with border-radius
Now it's your turn. Here's your challenge:
How to reveal the code on any webpage, and try things out instantly!
Scavenger hunt game!
Let's go over the answers! How did you do?
This is where we learn how to create a page layout for a blog
Our HTML looks good! Now let's dive into the CSS...
A simple trick: if you float your DIVS, always clear.
Here's how you wrap text around an image
Learn the difference between IDs and classes
All HTML tags are either "inline" or "block". Here's why that's important...
Watch to get a deeper understanding of our code, browsers, and normalization. Follow along without coding!
Now I'll leave it up to you to make your own project. Good luck!
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