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  1. Because you will find many projects where elementor and any other builder will not have the features you need. Stef
  2. Hi Steff,

    I just signed up for your tutoring program few days ago. It happen just by chance that I landed in my first back-end programing job. I have been trying to reach uot to you searching for more insight. What would be the best way to contact you?

  3. It would be in the earlier videos. Stef
  4. Look into doing this with CSS. Much easier.
  5. I would imagine so. I haven't built one in ages, but as long as the web application follows industry coding standards, you should be fine.
  6. That is expected. The default formatting in a p tag is to insert a line break. That, among many other details are taught in my book and my courses: https://school.studioweb.com/store/#courses Stef
  7. Couple of broad suggestions: Study the box model a little more. My book Web Design Start Here, breaks that down. Or just rebuild it using CSS Grid and Flexbox ... which are much easier to work with. Stef
  8. I teach directories (sub folders) in the HTML5 course.
  9. At a glance, this code seems right. S
  10. I cover that in my HTML5 course and in my book: Web Design Start Here. My HTML5 course: https://school.studioweb.com/store/course/html5_pro
  11. Hi, In your student profile page. You will find links to high res PDF copies of the certificates you've earned. Stef
  12. SEO requires you learn the basics of web design ... you have to understand the code and the process of building a site. Check out my courses: https://school.studioweb.com/store/course/complete_web_designer Stef
  13. Short answer: yes. Using DOM methods you can add and remove any tags you like. Stef
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