A random collection of fun starters.
This first lesson covers the basics of HTML and CSS. This stuff is essential to know before diving into the rest of the material on this page. There is also a short introduction to the application, Brackets, if required. It will probably take more than one lesson to get through thoroughly.
Lesson 2 introduces some dynamic design elements. It uses float and clear to control content layout.
This lesson introduces Bootstrap. It touches upon the concept, uses and origins of Boostrap layout.
Here, we extend our knowledge of dynamic design and layout further using Flexbox. The end goal of this lesson is to create a dynamic page that remains coherent at any browser width.
Fonts can make or break a design. In this lesson we look at two different ways of incorporating fonts into a web page.
This lesson builds upon lesson 5. It focusses on media queries to aid page responsiveness.
A form can be an extremely useful device to allow site creators to gather data and consumers of the site to make contact.
It is sometimes necessary to display a text file somewhere on your web page. This lessons explores how you can do that.
Onscroll is frequently used on web pages to trigger an action like collapsing a menu. Here, we take a look at this useful method.
This lesson extends lesson 11 by exploring duotone applied to images. This can add some interesting and sometimes bold aesthetic to a design.