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OREILLY LEARNING PATH LEARN TO BUILD A WEBSITE TUTORiAL-PROPAGANDA

OREILLY LEARNING PATH LEARN TO BUILD A WEBSITE TUTORiAL-PROPAGANDA7.1 GB

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OREILLY.LEARNING.PATH.LEARN.TO.BUILD.A.WEBSITE.TUTORiAL:
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https://tinyurl.com/ya369fd7
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ISBN-13: 978-1-49-194435-6:
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by Simon St.Laurent – Curator:
Publisher: O’Reilly Media, Inc:
Release Date: October 2015:
ISBN-13: 978-1-49-194435-6:
Running time: 13:21:35:
Topics: Security Web Development WordPress:
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Description:
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You want to create modern websites that stand out and offer:
all the functionality that users have come to expect. Good:
news it’s never been easier, even for absolute beginners:
Using tools like SquareSpace, WordPress, and HTML and CSS, you:
can build impressive sites that no one would guess were the:
work of a newbie. This Learning Path gives you all the skills:
you need the build the sites you envision:
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An Intro to Web in HTML & CSS, by Cassidy & Camryn Williams
– An Introduction to HTML 00:17:25
– Putting It All Together: Building a Recipe Website 00:05:27
– An Introduction to CSS 00:08:26
– Separating Styling: Classes, IDs, and Other Segregation 06:36
– Placing Things Where You Want Them: CSS Positioning, Padding
& Margins 00:06:57
– Putting It All Together: Building a Personal Website 00:09:09
– HTML Forms 00:01:23
– Other Technologies Moving Forward 00:02:05
– Hosting your Project Online 00:02:01
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Modern Web Development with HTML5 and CSS, by Rachel Andrew
– HTML5 And CSS – An Intro To Modern Web Development 00:02:10
– About The Author 00:01:32
– Overview Of The Course 00:02:04
– How To Access Your Working Files 00:01:15
– Setting Up Your Workspace 00:01:27
– A Simple HTML Document 00:01:53
– The Basic Structure Of A Website 00:01:33
– Moving Files From Your Computer To A Webserver 00:01:55
– What Is HTML? 00:02:05
– HTML Syntax 00:02:22
– The Doctype 00:01:13
– The Document Head 00:02:50
– The Document Body 00:00:59
– Understanding Block And Inline Elements 00:02:11
– Paragraphs And Line Breaks 00:01:26
– Div And Span 00:01:49
– Links 00:02:29
– Images 00:02:33
– Basic Lists 00:01:50
– Lists Of Lists 00:01:17
– Tables 00:01:53
– Validation 00:03:05
– Understanding Document Structure In HTML 00:02:11
– Quotes 00:01:21
– Articles 00:01:34
– Navigation 00:01:03
– Figures 00:01:44
– Sections 00:01:43
– Headers And Footers 00:02:02
– Aside 00:01:31
– What Is CSS? 00:01:54
– Adding CSS To An HTML Document 00:02:03
– Basic CSS Selectors 00:03:16
– Grouping CSS Selectors 00:01:09
– Using Shorthand 00:01:19
– CSS Units 00:03:25
– Color In CSS 00:01:47
– The Cascade 00:03:30
– Understanding Web Typography 00:03:19
– Text Size 00:05:31
– Text Weight And Style 00:02:12
– Using Fonts 00:03:54
– Pseudo-Class Selectors 00:01:45
– Styling Links 00:02:01
– Dynamic Pseudo-Class Selectors – The Hover State 00:01:28
– Background Color In CSS 00:02:38
– Adding A Background Image To A Page 00:03:17
– Using Background Images On Other Elements 00:01:59
– Styling A Blockquote With Multiple Background Images 00:01:49
– Gradients With CSS 00:03:48
– Shadows In CSS 00:01:58
– Opacity And Transparency 00:01:40
– The CSS Layout Model 00:02:23
– Margins And Padding 00:02:56
– Borders 00:02:49
– Absolute Positioning 00:03:10
– Relative Positioning 00:01:06
– The Basics Of Float 00:01:57
– Clearing Floats 00:03:09
– Building A Simple, Floated Layout 00:05:09
– Styling The Navigation Sidebar 00:02:32
– Styling The Page Header 00:03:39
– Styling The Page Footer 00:02:13
– Understanding The Role Of Forms On The Web 00:01:52
– The Form Element 00:01:10
– The Input Element 00:03:20
– Form Labels 00:01:35
– Text Areas 00:01:30
– Buttons 00:01:19
– File Input Fields 00:01:57
– Hidden Fields 00:01:17
– Checkboxes And Radio Buttons 00:02:24
– Select Lists 00:02:44
– Fieldsets And Legends 00:01:57
– Laying Out A Simple Form 00:03:29
– Styling Our Form With CSS 00:02:48
– Advanced Form Styling Tips 00:04:13
– The Audio Element 00:02:10
– The Video Element 00:02:51
– Providing Fallbacks For Older Browsers 00:03:54
– What Is Responsive Design? 00:02:04
– Media Queries 00:02:24
– Images In Responsive Design 00:01:35
– A Simple Layout With Three Breakpoints 00:04:33
– Testing Different Platforms 00:03:14
– Debugging CSS Problems 00:02:57
– Accessibility Tips 00:02:37
– Common Problems When Making Websites Live 00:02:02
– Resources And Where To Get Help 00:01:57
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Building Websites with Squarespace, by Andy Anderson
– Introduction To Squarespace 00:00:53
– About Andy 00:04:15
– Top Ten From Andy 00:03:25
– How To Access Your Working Files 00:01:15
– Introduction – Taking the First Step 00:00:41
– The Squarespace Interface 00:02:36
– Creating An Account 00:03:15
– Setting Up A User Profile 00:04:30
– Adjusting Site Settings 00:06:14
– Introduction – Working with a Plan 00:00:52
– Planning The Project 00:08:03
– Changing Templates 00:03:55
– Loading The Working Files 00:00:53
– Adding Getty Images 00:04:24
– Creating A Logo And Favicon 00:03:46
– Editing The Template 00:02:09
– Editing An Image 00:03:55
– Introduction – The Squarespace Environment 00:00:34
– Deleting And Renaming Pages 00:05:36
– Adding Heading Images 00:05:36
– Restoring Deleted Pages 00:04:43
– Editing Text Blocks 00:02:49
– Introduction – Creating Sites and Cover Pages 00:00:37
– Adding An Additional Site To Your Account 00:02:35
– Creating A Cover Page 00:05:36
– Removing Sites From Your Account 00:01:53
– Introduction – Working with Settings and Design Options 00:00:41
– Working With Settings 00:05:18
– Working With Permissions 00:04:02
– Adding Social Media 00:01:55
– Adjusting Pages With The Style Editor 00:08:17
– Using Typekit 00:03:29
– Adding Announcements To A Site 00:04:25
– Introduction – Creating Additional Content 00:00:34
– Adding A New Page 00:06:51
– Making A Gallery 00:04:46
– Adding Spacers 00:03:21
– Selling Products 00:07:03
– Removing Code From Text 00:04:12
– Creating An Album 00:04:34
– Scheduling Events 00:05:59
– Introduction – Setup Options 00:00:29
– Setting Up A Paid Account 00:02:26
– Setting Up A Commerce Page 00:06:39
– Setting Up A Blog 00:04:09
– Posting And Commenting 00:08:19
– Working With Blog Settings 00:03:01
– Introduction – Controlling the Site 00:00:34
– Adding Users 00:04:35
– Adding A Cover Page 00:04:35
– Controlling Page Blocks 00:05:09
– Cleaning Up The Site 00:03:02
– Adjusting Site Navigation 00:03:25
– Introduction – Wrapping Up 00:00:39
– Adding Video 00:03:18
– Adding A Search Field 00:03:28
– Generating Links 00:03:47
– Adjusting For Different Devices 00:01:20
– Going Primetime 00:02:54
– Final Thoughts 00:00:53
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Building Websites With WordPress, by Craig Campbell
– What You Will Learn 00:00:56
– About The Author 00:00:44
– What Is WordPress? 00:01:23
– Popular WordPress Sites 00:04:56
– WordPress.org Versus WordPress.com 00:03:04
– Hosting Your WordPress Site 00:04:40
– How To Access Your Working Files 00:01:15
– The Advantages Of Local Installation 00:02:42
– Downloading WordPress 00:03:16
– Downloading MAMP For Your Mac 00:02:25
– Creating The MySQL Database For Mac 00:01:54
– Installing WordPress On The Mac 00:03:56
– Downloading XAMPP For PC 00:03:51
– Setting Up XAMPP And Creating A Database For PC 00:03:16
– Installing WordPress On The PC 00:04:45
– Viewing The Default Website 00:04:17
– An Overview Of The Admin Interface 00:04:32
– Changing The Title And Tagline 00:02:20
– Writing Settings 00:04:56
– Reading Settings 00:02:53
– Discussion Settings 00:03:53
– Media Settings 00:01:10
– Permalink Settings 00:04:56
– Posts And Pages 00:06:50
– Using The WYSIWYG Editor 00:09:30
– Using The Quick Draft And Quick Edit Features 00:03:15
– Inserting And Editing Images 00:06:47
– Featured Images 00:08:15
– Inserting Videos 00:02:46
– Post Formats 00:04:03
– Categories And Tags 00:06:45
– Building Menus 00:03:57
– Managing Comments 00:04:50
– Handling Comment Spam 00:03:38
– Introduction To Widgets 00:07:18
– Building A Custom Home Page 00:04:38
– Building A Posts Page 00:04:15
– Building An Image Gallery 00:03:47
– Looking At The Default Themes 00:04:58
– Searching For New Themes 00:03:54
– Installing Themes The Easy Way 00:04:10
– Installing Themes Manually 00:04:23
– Understanding The Folder Structure 00:04:11
– Theme-Based Settings 00:09:54
– Theme-Based Plugins 00:03:22
– Theme-Based Widgets 00:04:05
– Page And Post Templates 00:07:27
– What Is A Plugin? 00:03:11
– How To Find Plugins 00:02:36
– Installing Plugins The Easy Way 00:02:49
– Installing Plugins Manually 00:05:38
– Recommended SEO Plugins 00:05:36
– Spam Prevention Plugins 00:03:17
– Contact Form Plugins 00:05:20
– Captain Favicon 00:01:40
– Caching Plugins 00:04:16
– Social Media Plugins 00:02:54
– Security Plugins 00:05:19
– Keeping Up With Updates 00:01:50
– When Things Break 00:04:06
– Creating New Users 00:09:25
– Editing And Deleting Users 00:03:30
– Editing Your Own Profile 00:05:17
– A Closer Look At Theme Options 00:06:14
– A Closer Look At The Theme Editor 00:03:08
– The Problem With Editing Your Theme 00:02:53
– Creating A Child Theme 00:10:50
– CSS Primer 00:07:18
– Basic Customization With PHP And CSS 00:09:22
– Finding A Host 00:02:25
– Easy Online WordPress Installation 00:02:31
– Backing Up Your Site 00:02:33
– Restoring The Backup 00:05:37
– Updating The Database 00:04:00
– Wrapping Up 00:00:46
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….[GREETINGS/Hi-5’s]……………………………………..
kEiSO – QUASAR – PRODEV – ELOHIM – JGTiSO – OXBRiDGE:
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PROPAGANDA would like to see the quality and documentation of:
the bookware scene to increase. Quality not Quanity. Original:
untouched, content! We also would like to see the following to:
allow automation of cataloging of bookware releases:
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RLS DIR / TITLE MUST BE FROM ISBN10/13 RELEASE INFO:
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ISBN13 NUMBER as FILE NAME OR IN RLS NAME APPROPRIATELY LABLED:
IN NFO AT THE LEAST:
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PROPER AGREEMENT OF TO USE .ISO OR NOT ? THESE ARE NOT DVD’S:
LIKE IN THE PAST WHEN BOOKWARE WAS ORDERED BY DISK. THESE ARE:
USUALLY WEB RELEASES NOW DAYS AND THE ISO PROVIDES NO QUALITY:
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Working/Sample Files *MUST* be included and labled in archive:
ISBN13#-WorkingFiles.zip or ISBN#-SampleFiles.zip:
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PROPAGANDA WOULD LIKE TO SEE THE LIKES OF JGT/QUASAR/kE &:
OTHERS WORK FULFILLED AND THE QUALITY OF BOOKWARE PRESERVED &:
PROVIDE A MECHANISM TO EASILY CHECK FOR DUPE AND COMPLETE RELS:
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Many places refuse to accept bookware because of the size and:
lack of quality control mechanisms to provide certain quick:
actions to releases that do not adhere to quality / dupes:
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Lastly – PROPAGANDA, would like to thank the people in the:
bookware industry for doing what they do. We believe that:
the real money to support the industry should come from the:
corporate licensing contracts – that people who want to learn:
should be able to do so. We encourage bookware / video /:
e-learning and major Software and Hardware vendors to allow:
access to these materials to whomever may want to learn these:
technologies, so that we can bridge the educational gaps in:
our communities world-wide. Companies like Cisco / Oracle /:
IBM & Micro$oft already make billions off of their support:
contracts and hw/sfw sales – Do they seriously benefit from:
preventing people from learning these technologies?:
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Regardless of the above, there are people who are instructors:
and such who spend time writing and developing these courses,:
we salute these ladies and lads, and hope they will encourage:
a different way of funding these projects. They *DO* deserve:
our support! If you have the means or you work in IT and you:
use one of these courses to better yourself and get a raise,:
then *BUY* one of these courses and show support to the hard:
working instructors, editors, film crews and so-on that made:
this course possible. IF YOU LIKE IT, *BUY* IT OR GET YOUR:
WORKPLACE TO BUY A CORPORATE SUPPORT CONTRACT!! WE DID!:
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They paint the world full of shadows, and then tell their:
children to stay close to the light, their light, their:
reasons, *their* judgements. Because in the darkness there be:
dragons, but it is not true. We can prove that it is not true:
In the dark there is discovery, there is possibility, there is:
freedom in the dark when someone has illuminated it. And who:
who has been so close as we are right now?:
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PGA is dedicated to the purity of real piracy, not for making:
money off of it, or exploiting the scene in *ANY* way. We are:
the true pirates, illuminating the darkness, giving birth to:
possibilities in a time where so little seems achievable. Join:
us and usher in this new age:
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PGA IS LOOKING FOR:
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Absolutely nothing… We have our methods and do not want acc:
to your accounts, we do not want to affil your site, we do not:
give files out and we are grown, have ladies / boyfriends /:
lovers. If you are clever enough to find us and have a keen:
point of view, who knows!:
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