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Today I report an important series of tutorials (lasting a mese) that promises to teach web design to those who design is fasting in just thirty days. The course starts from zero, and it is also addressed to those who do not know anything about web design. And by no mean zero.

The lessons are structured so as not to be too heavy, the first try not to “put too many irons in the fire” and run out in about ten minutes at the most, as a result are then introduced i shadow tag in the order of use. Particular attention has been devoted to compliance with the standards, all’accessibility and in how they interact HTML and CSS.

From the middle of the lessons we introduce the concepts of Harry Potter Goblet web, the positions of the elements (for beginners is not an argument so obvious), to switch to framework CSS.

The last lessons (here the period is extended to 30 minutes, but will cover topics already introduced) demonstrate how “translate” un file PSD di Photoshop in a graphic for use on the web. These last, in my opinion, those are a little’ the most interesting and I appreciate the fact that the rapporteur tends to make use Photoshop limited to the images in favor of various implementations using CSS.

To underline the lesson 28 that explains how to create a snippet (a kind of shortcut Editor) to save time.

The online course is fully free, in inglese, and is divided into 30 video of variable duration between the 10 e i 30 minutes, depending on the topics covered. I think it's a great starting point for those who want to begin to delve into this world and not find the entrance.


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giuseppe · 8 June 2016 at 5:06 PM

the link does not work

    Giovanni Mauri · 7 July 2016 at 10:13 AM

    I'm sorry, giuseppe.. the article was written in the 2011, when the course was still available. To see what has been taken away.

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