In lecture 1, we take a look at what web design really is, and go over the necessities.
Here we take a look at how to actually make an HTML page, and layout necessary elements.
Now we look at the very basic formatting tags in HTML5, and even talk about compatibility with screen readers.
Today we take a look at a ton of different elements you can use, both inline and block level.
Now we finally start CSS, and we learn how to link up a stylesheet via relative paths.
Now we are actually ready to start using CSS, learn how to target elements, and various text effects that can be applied.
In this lecture we take a look at a lot of box attributes, and things like positioning. This one's pretty long, but full of information.
In this episode, we take a very simple Photoshop design, and convert it to pure CSS. It's not a full website, but it shows you how simple it is to go from a photo-editing software straight to code.
In tenth lecture we take a look at how to use tables for tabular data, and two new CSS selectors to add to our arsenal.
In this lesson, we look at how floats can help change how block level elements act.
Now we are doing another Photoshop to CSS conversion, but utilizing floats as a great solution to easy layouts.
In this lesson, we start to take a look at what CSS3 is, and how it differs from normal CSS properties. We also go over shadows and rounded corners.
In this part, we first take a look at gradients and a new color selection method. Then we style up a pretty sleek button using pure CSS3
In this videolecture, we take a look at very important selectors that everyone should try to remember, including different styles when the user hovers over or clicks an element.
Now we are need to find out what a function is, how to create one, and where it can be helpful to us throughout a website
So, let's find out how to load jQuery onto our website, and discuss the basic syntax.
In the last but one lecture we start working on a To-Do list with jQuery. Here we learn about multiple new jQuery methods, like on(), val(), and append().
In the last lesson we continue working with our To-Do form. We go over numerous new methods, like parent(), remove(), css(), and expand our understanding of event binding.
When I was 10 years old, the Internet seemed to me something mysterious. But in the age of 13 I started to learn how to create my own websites. I learned it in the Internet and with teachers in school , and later with professors. Eventually I gathered a tremendous amount of information and experience on the subject and felt that it is necessary to find wider application. So I put together a small team , and together we have created a short course for beginning web designers. I hope you appreciate our work - then we will have an incentive to share our knowledge more and more!