We recently told you about Mozilla’s new Webmaker projects that teach you how to code, and the first one is ready for a test drive right now. Thimble is an easy to use, in-browser HTML editor that shows you the finished product right alongside your code, so you can learn as you go.
Traditionally, creating presentations require using an app like PowerPoint and can cause various compatibility issues, but with Deck.js you can create and elegant set of slides that can run in any browser either online or off. All it takes is knowledge of basic HTML, and we’ve created a starter kit to help you put your first deck together in just a few minutes.
If you learnt to make a website with us, or if you’re just picking up HTML and CSS, you may have wanted to learn a few more complex styles. One of the best ways to learn is by looking at other code, and CSS3 Generator can write custom CSS code for you so you can learn how it works (or just use it).
This week we showed you how to create a website using HTML and CSS… but now what? Here are some additional resources and methods you can use to learn more.
Now that you’ve got the basics of HTML and CSS down, we’re going to take a look at how to actually use that knowledge to make a real website. Today, we’ll take you through the process of creating a site from start to finish.