Its like a green screen he makes a screen shot of his screen and then makes an overlapping mouse cursor
your vids are good but they are tooooooo short.
Is it just me or does almost nothing on your site work?
I did however already enjoy the layout, it’s pretty nice.
what do you use to make a fake desktop
if you dont understand what i’m saying this is a better explanation:
in your new videos your not actually recording your own computer
your making a fake animation OF a ccomputer
so how do you do that??
How does this solution compare to the twitter bootstrap alternative? It looks like you’d be cutting out a lot of unnecessary code by doing it this way Also a more unique layout and full understanding of what’s going on in the backend? – Though, this custom “from the ground up” approach looks tedious with the various resolutions and measurements you’d have to make.
The reason why someone wants to code a website can be: You want an unique website
their is something wrong when i write in ms notepad it feels harder to manage my code. just because no syntax highlighting. notepad++ is definitely the way to go.
Or you could just make a mobile version.
Thanks this helped a lot for my multi-device website I am in-development on.
I wouldn’t say it’s just as good as any other text editor but it’s not as bad as the other guy is making it out to be. You can still write code out in it perfectly fine.
What is the name of the background music you use? I want to use it as the background music for my commentary tutorials lol.
you’ve got improved for last few months, good job! I like how you edit your videos. You use a Mac for that, right?
He’s learning us the basics of creating a website. I bet this guy can create his own blog system, but it probably takes too much time to do alone.
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BOM - google it, and google which editors add it to files, and which ones dont
I’ve been using ms notepad ever since I started coding and programming, until I had to use notepad++ (easier file uploading to web servers), as I know everything I type, it doesn’t matter what text editor I use. Newfags doesn’t know shit, the point is to save the code to a file, no matter what software you use.
i miss the old intro
You are doin it wrong!
Kids, set your wrepper div’s sizes in percentages so you dont have to reprogram your website for every resolution that exists.
Also position the divs that are inside the wrapper with float:left so that thety reposition when its size is changed.
4G the norm? Almost made me spew my coke over my laptop.
This is a tremendous video – straight to the point and well explained. Thanks very much!
I know there are many ways to make a website, so I’m lost. I don’t understand why code your website when you can just get a template and everything (free). Also, about t_ different ways to deploy your website, which one is better idk. Flash is t_ hard way, by FTP can be easier, and idk idk. I KNOW I sound so stupid, but on computers, this is the only thing tht makes me be like this. I shall watch all his tuts first now. Thanks!
Rather than this you could use percentages for the width of various objects on the screen.
Meaning the width will always be 25% of the browser size
Excellent, I was searching for this quite some time, I wish I could like it 100 times
notepad adds stuff to a file, like BOM, which fucks up php interpreter, things like html templates for php applications, forums, cms. U might get unwanted results, just because u edited html with ms notepad. google it
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