Josh’s Code-Friendly Blog (3rd Edition)
One feature I highly rate was the built-in code editor which meant I didn’t need to download and install any programmes to get started. The instructions were also incredibly useful, having the guide to show you what to do step-by-step was a great for assistance. I would advise that you keep a notepad on the side to write down all the codes you’ve learned and what they will be used for.
The type of learners to use Codecademy would be if you are a type of person who learns better by trial and error and by watching examples lives. Also if you learn better from receiving instant feedback on whether you are writing your codes correctly.
CSS is a language used for describing the presentation of your web pages, including the colours and the layouts. You can also use CSS to adapt the presentation to different types of devices, such as small screens or even large screens. In general terms it is used to make your website more presentable and looks in particular at the styling of your website.
As usual I will recommend a website I used to learn the basics of CSS and it is called CSS tricks. When working on my website I have used this tool at every opportunity, it is really easy to locate solutions in a timely manner and there is also a very wide range of short solutions in their library. Who should use this you ask? If you are a beginner with a basic knowledge of CSS codes and if you need quick and timely solutions for varied specific CSS coding problems. (CSS-Tricks, 2017)
Finally, I would like to ask that you keep in mind that coding is not as technical as it seems (I know some would disagree), the key in my opinion is not to try and be a master coder in a few weeks as these things take time. Immerse yourself in the world of coding and please use the resources listed in all of my three blogs, I appreciate your time and this will be the final edition of Josh’s Code-Friendly Blog.
Codecademy. (2017). Learn Java. [online] Available at: https://www.codecademy.com/learn/learn-java [Accessed 16 Mar. 2017].
CSS-Tricks. (2017). CSS-Tricks. [online] Available at: https://css-tricks.com/ [Accessed 16 Mar. 2017].