20
Sep 15

Codecademy

posted by mklein


I found this website a few days ago when I was reading along with the book, and as opposed to just reading to learn how to code like the book forces you to do, this site lets you follow examples/instructions and practice writing the code yourself. I’ve done a couple lessons and so far think its pretty helpful and good practice to improve my skills. Another cool thing about this site, is that when you make it through the first “course”, it teaches/walks you through how to make your own webpage. Codecademy could be a cool thing to do on your free time to gain more experience in coding as you go through the levels and this class.

https://www.codecademy.com





20
Sep 15

Stack Overflow

posted by falmukhtar


I use Stack Overflow constantly to fix code or figure out what I might have done wrong and why my code isn’t working. Stack Overflow is a question and answer site for professional and enthusiast programmers and you can just about figure out how to do anything with html and CSS here. Just search a question or tag and find the many answers. http://stackoverflow.com/





20
Sep 15

HTML Cheatsheet

posted by jstraley


http://www.webmonkey.com/2010/02/html_cheatsheet/

I found this awesome cheatsheet online that I think will be super helpful. It is broken down to the different attributes and tags. From the top of the page there are 10 different cheats that, when clicked, bring you directly down the page to where you can learn how to use the proper syntax. Hope this helps you guys too!





20
Sep 15

Youtube Tutorial

posted by ekrieg


I found this channel on youtube.

It’s short videos that teach you hmtl and css step by step. I like to watch and learn at the same time and be able to check why something isn’t working.

Check out chapter 26: it might be helpful for our first project.

30 days to learn html & css:

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLgGbWId6zgaWZkPFI4Sc9QXDmmOWa1v5F





20
Sep 15

HTML cheatsheet

posted by jlarrazabal


I found this HTML cheatsheet, I’m sure it’ll help one or two since there are some that we won’t remember all of the coding. It’ll save us some time if we actually do forget it.

 

http://www.webmonkey.com/2010/02/html_cheatsheet/





20
Sep 15

HEX color chart

posted by epryor


Although the design of this chart is pretty 90s, I think it would be useful to have a copy of HEX colors while working. It would be nice to  have some colors available to help you visualize the design of your page. For me this is faster than clicking around in Photoshop. I personally don’t have more than black and white memorized so this was a helpful visual and would be a fast and easy resource, especially if you printed it.

http://www2.phys.canterbury.ac.nz/~jcw83/images/rgbhex.gif

 





20
Sep 15

Coding for Kids

posted by asmith_2


http://www.lissaexplains.com/basics.shtml

Although this website is seemingly targeted towards children, it actually has some pretty useful tips for first-time coders. And the fact that its written for kids makes it really, really easy to understand. So check it out.





20
Sep 15

Learning to Code.

posted by jchambers


www.codecademy.com

I found this website a great source for learning to code. It takes you through step by step allowing you to do your own coding. I personally do not like to just read information and learn it that way, I’d much rather prefer to read instructions and actually try it as I go along, so I know what I am doing wrong which is what ‘codeacademy’ allows you to do.





20
Sep 15

Learn to code

posted by tdurso


https://www.codecademy.com/

This is an awesome free resource for learning to code. They take you through step by step and you can even do examples to mess with the code to see what will mess it up or change it.

You do need to sign up with your email, but it is completely free!





20
Sep 15

Do you want to build a code-man?

posted by aaroyo


So your favorite movie is frozen?! Well Elsa can help you build more than a snowman, she is going to help you build code patterns. I know what you’re thinking “Alex, this is for kids.” Pish posh this thing rocks you can run the streets of Savannah yelling your overwhelming accomplishments. We are all proud of you (fill in name here) you are a code master.

https://studio.code.org/s/frozen/stage/1/puzzle/3





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