Monthly Archives: October 2014

Creating a CSS Grid – Columns and Gutters

Now that we have determined the important aspects of the website, let’s get to the lovely math portion of the process.  This is probably one of my favorite parts as I really enjoy mathematics.  We will determine how wide we

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Front End or Back End Development? How do you choose? Or do you choose?

So I have been learning more front end languages for the last 6 months.  I have enjoyed it.  It allows you to see really cool things that are created from code. But, I really like mathematics and using processes to

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Creating a CSS Grid – Introduction

Responsive web design is a must in today’s website considerations.  Many people are browsing the internet with phones and tablets as opposed to desktops now.  This means that website HAVE to look great for large monitors and small screen devices.

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Addicted to Points

So I am working on Treehouse, and I am excited to take some of the things I have learned and use them…but then I see my score (points generated from completing quizzes, exercises, courses, etc.) I can’t leave it there!

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CSS Grid — CodeNewbie

I will be doing a series of posts on what I have noticed/learned while creating a CSS Grid to use for websites.  I may not use the exact same numbers as I did on my grid, but I don’t think

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Take Chances, Make Mistakes, and Get Messy!

So my coaching football season is over and I have a bit more free time to work on some web development!  I haven’t shut out all learning though!  Here is what I have been up to: JavaScript & jQuery interactive

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