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StudioWeb is designed to assist teachers in the classroom (grades 6+) by providing a series of easy to understand video training courses on the key Web technologies: HTML, CSS, JavaScript and PHP.

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  • Killersites gets a new skin!

    November 8, 2015

    It had been 4-5 years since’s site design was updated – it was time. There are still a few tweaks to be done, but it is live. More to come. Stef

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  • Web Design – Start Here!

    October 7, 2015


    About 2 months ago, my new beginners web design book hit the stores in North America and the UK. It’s been selling really well … beyond my expectations.

    If you are interested in learning web design (HTML5, CSS3, Mobile design and more …) from scratch, with an easy going conversational style, buy my book!


    Right now, you can buy it for $16.26 on Amazon. It’s some of the best writing I’ve ever done.

    You can download the project files for the book on the book’s website.

    If you have any questions, you know how to reach here, or through the books website.



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  • New Beginners HTML course on Studioweb

    July 26, 2015


    I just released my new Beginners HTML 2015 course on

    Here is first of 57 video lessons – what exactly is HTML:

    The video lessons are only one part of the training package. My courses include:

    1. Interactive gaming environment – track your progress, unlock chapters and badges.
    2. To reinforce the lessons, we provide hundreds of quiz and code challenge questions.
    3. Support material for teachers and parents.

    Studioweb has subscription options for schools and individuals. Please feel free to contact me if you any questions.


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  • Keeping your Website Hack Free

    May 8, 2015

    I decided recently to dig into the Killersites website (on the directory level,) to see what I could clean up. It is one of the oldest web teaching sites in the world, it’s been online for over 19yrs now, and so it has had many changes over that time. After 19yrs, you find yourself with …

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  • Making your Website Mobile Friendly and Google Happy

    April 21, 2015


    I was recently asked this question from a student:

    What do you think of Google’s new rating system to favor search results towards sites which are mobile-friendlier than other sites? Will there be a course to address this type of mobile-centric design in the future?

    Yes, we have courses, both on and on the Mobile friendly sites are called ‘responsive’ … because their pages respond and resize based on the device being used to view them.

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