Continuing the series of learning web development from scratch is my introduction to CSS. In the video I go over how to add style to the killer robots site and introduce simple CSS to enable you to make your sites look awesome!
As always leave a comment below if you need anything clarifying, and you can download the source code or view the demo using the links below.
I am often asked where to find quality tutorials on beginning learning HTML and all that jazz, so I thought I'd make a video! This is the first in a series I call "From Scratch" that aims to teach total newbies how to make web-pages, I hope the video explains it all well enough and you get something from it. As always comment below if you need any help.
You can view the demo of what we create, and also download the finished product below.
In part two of this tutorial I show you how to finish off creating a basic WordPress theme, demonstrating the creation of a single post page as well as looking at how the commenting system works. Also in the video is how to create custom page templates and then apply them to different pages, as well as using theme options to enhance the user experience; and of course "widgetizing" the sidebar.
In part one of this tutorial I show you how to get started creating a WordPress theme, explaining all about the core files and how WordPress works. I'll show you how to install WordPress and how to convert existing markup into a theme. In the tutorial I develop a theme named "Curiosity" - the markup for which can be found below the video. Part 2 is coming soon so stay tuned!
So it's been a while since I've done a screencast, but here it is, number 2! In this screencast I'll show you how to create a comment preview section in WordPress which dynamically loads user information and updates as you type! For it I use the trusty jQuery library and a little bit of PHP code to spice things up. See below the video for the code used, and enjoy!
In this first ever screencast I will show you how to add perspective to your websites by using a really simple trick which comes into play when users re-size their windows. In the screencast I focus on creating a fancy city-scape for a footer with three basic levels of perspective. The final effect is viewable here - re-size your browser window to see it in action. Hope you like it, (holds glass up) and here's to the first of many! (N.B. The video might take a moment or two to load)