Basic Web Design Video Course – Basic HTML Tags, Structure & CSS [Part 2]

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Howdy, guys, it’s Mike here again and this is the second part of our “Basic Web Design Video Course”. This time we will talk about the tools needed before starting out with HTML and CSS,  then we will learn the most commonly used HTML tags.

For this tutorial, we will only cover the tags that are very useful to beginners, we will cover more tags at a later time. Then, we will style the tags using basic CSS properties. No worries guys, in the next videos we will go more in-depth and learn together.

Have you seen the first part?

If you missed out the first chapter make sure to watch it!

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Skeleton Boilerplate: Learn How To Convert Artthatworks From PSD To HTML

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Howdy Folks! In this tutorial you will learn how to convert Artthatworks (if you want to know how to create this design in Photoshop check here!)  from PSD to HTML using Skeleton Boilerplate and make it responsive with media queries. As I mentioned in my last tutorial, I hadn’t tried using a framework until recently. I found the Skeleton Boilerplate Framework which makes it very easy to convert PSD files into HTML, by calling the right classes you can create a quick responsive layout. Sounds great right? Well then get ready and let’s get started.

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How to Make Custom Designs for your jQuery Slider

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Sliders are a common component used in website design and for various purposes. We can create image, content, or video sliders using  jQuery. jQuery is the most popular JavaScript framework used for these sliders. A lot of jQuery sliders can be categorized based on the techniques used for sliding. The following are some common and trending techniques used by developers.

  • Layered Sliders – This is the latest addition to sliders with parallax effect.
  • Fade In/Out Sliders – These types of sliders do not have controls. Content just fades away one by one.
  • Banner Rotators – These sliders rotate in a circular path.

There are many other types of techniques as well. Each type of slider is suited for a different purpose and location on your website. Hence the designer has to carefully choose sliders for different locations.

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Media Queries Tutorial – Convert Burnstudio into a Responsive Website

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Howdy Folks! If you’re following the series, we have converted Burnstudio Design Agency from PSD to working HTML/CSS. We have discussed how we will markup the HTML and how we will style it using CSS. Now, in this tutorial I will teach you how to make it Responsive by using Media Queries. Media Queries will change the look of the website depending on the screen resolution of the device: desktop to a mobile resolution by tweaking the CSS for a variety of viewports.

By the end of this media queries tutorial you will learn how to convert any website into a responsive website.

Let’s get started!

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Design an Awesome Product Page with CSS Background Attachments

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Today I am going to show you how to create a product page for your website with awesome CSS effects. We will be using CSS background attachments and jQuery to create these effects. There are 2 commonly used techniques using this effect. First method is creating the before and after effect of an image. I am going to create the second method which will change the product’ as we scroll down. Take a quick look at our demo product page to get an idea about the effect we are implementing in this tutorial.

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Create a Minimal Coming Soon Page using HTML5 and CSS3

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In this tutorial we are going to create a Coming Soon page using HTML5 and CSS3 with a minimalist style and light colors. We will use the minimal Coming Soon page designed in Photoshop by Stelian a few days ago. If you’ve missed that tutorial be sure to check it out here:

Create a Minimal Coming Soon Page in Adobe Photoshop.

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How to Create a Responsive Website in about 15 Minutes

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The buzz around responsive websites has been going on for several months now, and a lot of websites are already responsive, or underway. You know what that means? Today I will teach you how to create a responsive website.

If you follow 1WD on Facebook or Twitter, then you already know that we’re already preparing for an explosive design, which includes being responsive. Watch out for it!

  • Tutorial Level: Beginner
  • Skills Required: Basic knowledge in HTML and CSS
  • Completion Time: Approximately 15 minutes
  • Warning: This tutorial is targeted towards beginners, but it can also be for designers and developers who want to have fun!

By the end of this quick tutorial about responsive design, you will already be on your way to web stardom, and by that, I mean, you’ll be ready to convert and create responsive websites!

Are you ready? Show me your war faces! Roaaar!

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How to Build a Website Using Twitter Bootstrap and SASS – Part 2

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This is the second part of my tutorial on How to Build a Website Using Twitter Bootstrap and SASS where we shall be customizing the Twitter Bootstrap-based web page using SASS. Just to set the context right, we will be starting out where we left off in the previous tutorial. If you haven’t seen it yet, please check it out and work through it. There you will learn how to setup your system for TBS, Ruby, and Compass.

In this tutorial we will be furnishing our webpage from the last tutorial using SASS. By the end of this tutorial you will be at the next level of developing beautiful websites and applications!

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Image Tagging Tutorial Using jQuery and CSS

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There is a popular saying that a picture is worth a thousand words. Images are a great way of catching our attention instantly. But sometimes its necessary to tag or link specific parts of images to provide information. Popular social media giants like Facebook and Google Plus use image tagging to identify the people and places in images.

In this tutorial I am going to show you how to create a simple image tagging system using jQuery and CSS. Lets get started.

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How to Build a Website Using Twitter Bootstrap and SASS – Part 1

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Having covered one of the best web development frameworks (Twitter Bootstrap) and a super fast CSS coding technique with tons of goodness (SASS), in my previous posts, it is time to burn some rubber and get some work done. We will get our hands dirty and code a web page right from scratch using Twitter Bootstrap and SASS.

This will be a 2 part tutorial, with detailed steps and a comprehensive overview on the processes and concepts behind them. The first part will cover the details of building the folder structure and creating markup using TBS for the layout. The second part will have a detailed walk through on the customization of the layout using SASS.

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