This course focuses on the theories behind web fonts: what makes a good font, why different fonts look the way they do, and how fonts affect the look of a web page. Author Laura Franz covers common tasks, including downloading a font from an online source such as Typekit or Font Squirrel, implementing the font in HTML and CSS, and changing the size and line-height to improve the readability of text. The course also covers different periods of type design and explores the history behind handwritten fonts, text fonts (used for large amounts of text), and display fonts (used for headlines).
In this Turning a Design into HTML Code and Using CSS video, we’ll cover how to determine structural elements needed to turn a design into a webpage, how to use a visual design to plan out the other HTML elements needed in that page, and how to code a webpage based on a visual design. We’ll also cover the syntax of CSS, type or element selectors, class selectors, ID selectors, descendant selectors, CSS specificity, and how to attach a CSS file to your HTML page.
xplore how to build websites using HTML, CSS and jQuery. Step by step guide to how websites are built from scratch
A practical guide to building an interactive and fully-featured web application from scratch with Node.js and MongoDB.
Learn how to build a complete 3D game using the industry-leading Unity game development engine and Blender
Angular 2 is a game changer in the field of web development and enables you to efficiently architect large-scale and maintainable software. It has everything from a powerful view engine to an exceptional data binding framework and a design that embraces modern web development. Bootstrap allows users to quickly get started developing professional-looking responsive web applications. With both joining forces, we burst into modern web development with the very best of development and design.
A comprehensive guide to working on statistical data with the R language.
As a tool for generating dynamic web content, PHP can't be beat. That's why it's used in some of the world's most popular web applications like Facebook, Wikipedia, Drupal, and WordPress. In this Learning Path you’ll get the PHP skills needed to develop your own web applications, along with MySQL, Git, and other technologies that support your web development projects.