NOTE: It appears that the video quality isn’t quite where it needs to be. I will post an updated one when I resolve the resolution issue.
Here is a video I put together which demonstrates some basic “box model” concepts for the beginner web developer:
Tomorrow I begin teaching the following 4 classes (80 students in total) at Clark College:
- HTML Fundamentals (2 of these)
- Introduction to Programming and Problem Solving (Python)
My question to you is what advice would you give these students regarding pursuing a career in web development and/or programming?
Thanks in advance for your comments.
Occasionally I will have an Excel file that contains HTML markup that I need to remove. The Excel Replace feature makes removing HTML easy. To remove the HTML tags highlight the cells that contain the HTML and then select Edit > Replace. In the “Find what” field enter <*>. Leave the “Replace with” field blank and then click on the “Replace All” button. Poof! All of your HTML will magically be removed.