HTML/CSS Project: The Google Homepage (Day 2 & 3)

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What I’m working on in Odin Project: Course List >> Web Development 101 >> The Front End >> Project: HTML/CSS My Google Homepage Project: http://leslielello.com/html/google-homepage/index.html  The Google Homepage Project really made me wish that I had done the exercises in CodeAcademy’s HTML/CSS course beforehand. I was still struggling with the positioning a bit (especially the footer), but […]

Positioning in HTML and CSS

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I am very glad I waited until I was well rested to move forward into positioning. For some reason I remember positioning in HTML to be a lot easier. 14 years ago (omg, it doesn’t feel that long) (Am I allowed to write “OMG” if I have been an adult this long?), this website looked […]

HTML and CSS

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What I’m working on in Odin Project: Course List >> Web Development 101 >> The Front End >> 2: HTML and CSS Basics Whew. Just did all of the CodeAcademy HTML/CSS except for the positioning section. I would not have sprinted through if I did not already have a strong understanding of HTML. I also […]

Installations Time!

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In my last post, I wrote about about how I was able to understand working in Terminal fairly well, but when I did installations just now it didn’t feel quite as easy. It felt a bit like I was just squeezing my eyes shut, saying a prayer and diving in. The commands I learned in the […]

Helping with A Clean Living Website

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As many of you know I am really into clean living. Well… as luck would have it, I ran into Maria Nadel, the owner of CleanLivingMatters.com, a few weeks ago and she asked me to help clean up her website, which she said was left devastated by an incompetent web designer (broken links, incorrectly sized […]