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Web Design Basics

Creating Video for your Website or App

February 26, 2017

Video is common on the Web, and it is almost essential for many websites. In this article, I will give you a quick overview on how to produce video, the tools you can use, and what I’ve learned over the last 14 years of producing video for my websites and web apps.

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Web Foundations – What is Web Hosting?

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!

Stefan Mischook

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Understanding code is just the beginning of learning web design or programming.

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 …

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CSS3 – Word Wrap

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.

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CSS3 – Text Shadow

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.

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CSS3 – Transforms – 2D

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.

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CSS3 – Transitions

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:

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