March 10, 2015
Just to let you know that I released Web Foundations part 3 (on Domain names) on webmentor.org. Here is the link:
What this video covers:
– choosing a good domain.
– pricing domains.
– should you buy premium domains?
… And much more.
March 3, 2015
Part 2 of my new Web Foundations course is out – What is Web Hosting? Yes a basic topic, but I go into some detail that you might find interesting:
– hosting choices
– hosting cost
– Should you set up your own web hosting?
I hope you like it!
February 24, 2015
My new Web Foundations course has been released and the first lesson is available for free – now. Get it while you can:
January 20, 2014
Learning to code has all kinds of benefits … even for those who don’t necessarily plan on becoming full time nerds: Builds analytical skills Trains your brain to think in a logical way Teaches organizational skills That said, when it comes to actual web design or programming, the recent awareness of the importance of code …
January 19, 2013
The word-wrap property is supported by all major browsers – and IE. There may not be a huge need for this feature in the English language, there aren’t too many overly long words, but then, it also depends on the size of the container.
January 19, 2013
Text Shadow is another fun little CSS3 feature that makes things so much easier – for most of us, anyway. There’s bad news for IE users: Text shadow feature is NOT supported by any version of Internet Explorer at this time.
January 6, 2013
Adding on the the last tutorial about 2D Transforms: Adding a third value to our specifications, we can create a 3D effect. Unfortunately, this is not yet supported in all browsers.
December 28, 2012
Transform is yet another cool, new toy for our webdesign toy chest. Gone are the days of having to use a graphics editor to create certain effects. Now we can turn, spin, stretch, scale, and move things around with the CSS ‘transform’ property alone.
December 24, 2012
This is a fun little feature, just as long as you are Not trying to view it with Internet Explorer. Unfortunately, IE does not support the CSS3 transition property (yet?). I know, I was shocked, too… The other main browsers support it, but Firefox 4, Chrome, and Safari require a pre-fix:
December 15, 2012
CSS3 Box Shadows are another nifty property that allows us to now easily create visual effects without having to use images. And, best of all, it’s supported by all current major browsers.