Duration: 3h 14m | Video: AVC (.mp4) 1280x720 30fps | Audio: AAC 44.1KHz 2ch
Genre: eLearning | Level: Intermediate | Language: English
Concrete5 is rapidly becoming more popular with web developers from all over the world. In this course we will exploit some of Concrete’s most useful features such as, advanced permissions and learn how to create a theme with all the standards in mind.
Up and Running with Bootstrap 3 by Jen Kramer
English | .MP4 | Duration: 3h 21m | Video: AVC (.mp4) 960x540 15fps | Audio: AAC 48KHz 1ch | 663 MB
Level: Beginner | elearning
Responsive CSS with Sass and Compass with Ray Villalobos
English | .MP4 | Level: Intermediate | Duration: 3h 22m | Released: Oct 30, 2013 | 1.1 GB
Genre : elearning
Using a framework helps simplify your workflow and makes writing CSS fun again. Learn how Compass (powered by Sass) can help you build responsive layouts that are easier, faster, and more compatible than using CSS alone. In this course, Ray Villalobos shows how to automate your workflow with Grunt.js, scaffold your HTML, modularize your Sass with partials, and get started styling with variables and mixins. Plus, learn how to create a mobile-first grid with Susy—without adding nonsemantic HTML markup.
jQuery for Web Designers
English | .MP4 | h264, yuv420p, 960x540, 1148 kb/s, | aac, 48000 Hz, 2 channels, s16, 95 kb/s | 335 MB
Genre : elearning
CSS: Page Layouts with James Williamson
English | .MOV | AVC h264, yuv420p, 960x540, 1148 | 8h 57m | 1.1 GB
Genre : elearning
CSS: Page Layouts introduces basic layout concepts, gives advice on how to create properly structured HTML based on prototypes and mockups, and goes into critical page layout skills such as floats and positioning. Author James Williamson shows how to combine these techniques to create fixed, fluid, and responsive layouts. Designers are also shown how to enhance their pages through the creative use of CSS techniques like multi-column text, opacity, and the background property. Exercise files are included with this course.
In this course, staff author James Williamson offers a high-level overview of Cascading Style Sheets. This course explores the basic concepts, terminology, and tools of the language. Beginning with an exploration of CSS syntax, James explains how CSS modifies text, borders, backgrounds, and color; demonstrates CSS and HTML integration; and contextualizes the current state of CSS. The course also tours some of the most popular CSS editors and frameworks and lists online tools and resources for further study. This course is for people who want a big-picture overview before taking hands-on courses.
In this course, Jen Kramer shows how to build a custom Joomla! template that automatically tailors and sizes content for a wide range of displays, from desktops to mobile devices. This course covers using Joomla! 3 with its built-in Bootstrap framework, and a start-to-finish development strategy that covers everything from converting the wireframe to HTML, to styling the headers and footers. Jen also shows how to incorporate Dreamweaver and the Firefox developer tools into your workflow, and accommodate multiple layouts and color variations in a single template.
English | .MP4 | h264, yuv420p, 960x540, 476 kb/s, 29.97 fps | aac, 48000 Hz, 159 kb/s | 655 MB
Designing HTML emails can be challenging, considering the limited capabilities of desktop and web email readers, combined with the small screen sizes of mobile devices. Enter responsive HTML email. Let Chris Converse show you how to design an elegant email that will adapt to varying screen sizes and render correctly in over 30 different mail clients, including Gmail, Yahoo, AOL, and multiple versions of Outlook, as well as Android, iOS, and Windows phones.
November 28, 2013 Web Design Implementation l1.86 GB
Content Management Systems are often unnecessarily complex for building simple websites, but using a CMS will usually make sense because of the limitations of plain HTML pages. Hammer is a Mac application, developed by Riot, and bridges the gap between building static HTML and dynamic web pages. Using Hammer we’re going to build a multi-paged website, practicing rapid workflow and finely tuning our output for performance. We’ll look into using variables, includes, intelligent paths and many more of Hammer’s features. Once done, we’ll look at our deployment options (no PHP server needed!) even using the GitHub to publish our site to GitHub pages. Plenty to do then.
November 27, 2013 Web Development Tools
In both front-end and back-end projects, there are so many things to do besides the actual coding: there’s all the maintenance that a project requires: compilation, unit testing, linting, etc. You could do this manually, but you want to focus on the code, right? That’s why you’ll want to check out Grunt: it’s an automation tool that will do all that “boring” work for you!
TutsPlus - CSS Tips & Tricks
English | .MP4 | h264, yuv420p, 1280x720, 30.00 fps | aac, 44100 Hz, stereo (eng) | 678 MB
CSS is a wonderful language for presenting web pages. It’s not too difficult to learn, though like most things, it does have a learning curve. In this course, Adi Purdila will give you some cool tips and tricks on how to effectively write CSS.
subject: Web, CMS, Web Design | duration 6h 48m | Updated Sep 04, 2013 l 710 MB
This course shows how to get the most out of the self-hosted version of WordPress 3.x and create feature-rich blogs and websites. Author Morten Rand-Hendriksen explains how to get a web host, set up a domain, and download, configure, and upload WordPress to your newly hosted site. The course then dives fully into the tools in WordPress, demonstrating how to set up your profile and create content to share with your web audience. The course also includes tutorials on everything from adding images, video, formatting, and links that make posts pop, to installing plugins, creating custom themes, and attracting readers with permalinks, social sharing, and more.
English | .MP4 | AVC, 960X540 29.970 fps | AAC, 32.0 KHz | Duration : 1h 36m
Discover how to make websites more search engine friendly, more meaningful, and more future-proof with semantics. In this course, Jen Kramer shows you how simple HTML5 tags add meaning to page structure, and how microdata and metadata can be used to add identifying information—such as author and type of content—right on a page. All this adds up to creating pages that score better (and rank faster) in Google and other search engines, and work better in the growing array of bots and other programs searching the web on behalf of devices.
English | .MP4 | H264 960x540 | AAC 2 ch 127 kbps | Duration: 2h 2m | 507 MB
Web, Web Graphics, Web Design, Projects
For web designers and developers, tools like PowerPoint and Keynote lack the power that’s available to web browsers. Reveal.js allows you to create presentations that use the full power of the web, providing syntax highlighting for code, mobile pinch and swipe support, CSS theming, and the ability to integrate with other libraries and frameworks like jQuery and EaselJS. Explore reveal.js with Ray Villalobos, as he shows how to build slideshows with a text editor and a browser, and incorporate audio and video, animation, and CSS styling.
English | .MOV | AVC, 960X540 29.970 fps | AAC, 32.0 KHz | 559 MB
Let John Arnold show you how to get the most out of email marketing campaigns. This course offers strategies for building a quality list of subscribers and maintaining a company's brand and reputation by complying with spam laws, creating valuable email content, and ensuring emails are branded consistently. It also covers crafting marketing emails—from format and design to content—and analyzing the effectiveness of email campaigns.
November 22, 2013 Web Design HTML5
HTML is probably one of the easiest languages to learn, but more often we don’t give it to much attention, as these day’s we focus mainly on the CSS. So this course will help you, remind you and show you some great tips and tricks on how to write HTML more effectively
Genre: eLearning | Level: Intermediate
Designing a Mobile Website with Muse
English | Level: Intermediate | Duration: 1h 42m | Released date: Jul 31, 2013 | Software: Muse | 554 MB
Build and publish a complete mobile website in Adobe Muse. In this course, Steve Harris shows you how to modify a traditional desktop site’s layout and content so that it displays elegantly on mobile screen sizes and responds to gestures and orientation changes. First, you’ll learn how to set up a new mobile site in Muse and copy over text and images. Then look at different mobile navigation strategies (tabbed panels, slideshows, and more) and decide which one is right for you—or create a totally unique system by combining existing navigation widgets. The course also shows you how to add additional content like buttons and video, and modify widgets from your desktop experience to better fit the mobile design. Plus, learn to preview, publish, and test the new mobile site.
Design Aesthetics for Web Design
English | .MP4 | Video: AVC (.mp4) 960x540 15fps | Audio: AAC 48KHz 2ch | 428 MB
Design, Web, Design Techniques, Web Design