Time to respond to responsive design! This course will progress your HTML skills from basic to intermediate and teach you what you need to produce beautiful websites on a variety of platforms.
Here you'll find the overview of the goals and different projects we're going to be working on throughout the course which will help you develop coding confidence, front-end optimization, and responsive web design skills.
In this lesson, we take a look at what responsive web design actually looks like - and what it doesn't. You'll learn why it's important to adjust content and functionality for different platform views, and also the value of looking at cute dogs.
In this lesson, we dive into the three key ingredients of responsive web design - flexible grids, imagery, and media queries - are. And don't worry, we do it with more puppies and some freestyle rhyming.
"We are what we do repeatedly, Excellence is not an act, but a habit" - Aristotle
In this lesson, we take a moment to go over the differences between Pixels, Ems, and Rems, and talk about which unit is the most useful for creating responsive code. Hint: No need to ask What's the Frequency, Kenneth or be Losing My Religion over the Em/Rem debate. Everybody hurts.