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    Stefan Mischook
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  1. Welcome to the forum. You just need foundation dev skills to get going. Don't worry about all the frameworks and languages .... you will drive yourself nutty trying to learn them all. Learn tech on a need 2 nerd basis and you will be cool. Stef
  2. Hi, Send me an email: stefan at killersites ... and I will give you an alternative download. Or you can try redownloading the damaged zips. It happens sometimes.
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    CSS stylesheet not working properly

    Cool!
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    CSS stylesheet not working properly

    The above is not CSS. The reason the CSS is not working, is simply small errors in your code. Just Google 'CSS background image', and you are sure find many examples. Stef
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    IWD - HTML Ch4.8 - Problem with code??

    Hi Rich, Paths are one of the big hurdles in learning web coding. So don't let it get to you. Suggestion: Based on what I see in your code and directory screenshot, you are simply not placing your files in the proper directories. So, in your code, you are telling the web browser with this code: ../ ... That the index page is in a directory above the current page. So place your friends.html page in a sub directory and be sure you index page is above that. To test this out and to learn, first get your links working where all your pages are in the same directory. Stef
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    Studioweb's Powerful Python 3!

    Hi Demi! My Python course covers the foundations of Python and the Python ecosystem. You will come out of it confident in your knowledge of Python's foundations. It will serve as a great platform to explore whichever specialization you want to get into. In module 2 for example, I go over the Python career paths ... this is beyond just the coding. https://www.killervideostore.com/video-courses/beginners_python_3.php Here is the TOC: Chapter 1: Introduction to Python Introduction Python learning tips Install Python 3.6 on Mac Install Python on Windows Your first Python code! Chapter 2: Data types and variables Data Types: string and int + comments Intro to Variables and Floats Why so many programming languages? Comments and variables - round two!! Variables – behind the scenes Mixing the data types string and int Chapter 3: Learn Python while Drawing Intro to drawing with Python IDEs Explained Python Loops Introduction Python Loops with range() Python drawing with loops Python conditional statements – part 1 Python operators Drawing with loops and conditionals – part 1 Drawing with loops and conditionals – part 2 Chapter 4: Python collections Python history and Philosophy Python List - introduction Python List - reverse and count functions Python List - len function and del Tuples Python Sequences Overview and Review Python Dictionary / Maps continued Python Dictionary / Maps – updating, inserting and deleting Chapter 5: Functions and loops Python PEP 8 Input function While loops and infinite loops Nerd words: keywords, syntax, statements, expressions Functions, creating, calling and indents Functions, simple game and flow control Functions, arguments / parameters and return values Function arguments and variable scope Functions – multiple parameters Flow control with elif and else Function in functions and type conversion Chapter 6: Treasure hunt game Treasure Hunt Game – create function skeletons Treasure Hunt Game – docstring Treasure Hunt Game – function returns Treasure Hunt Game – enter_cave function Treasure Hunt Game – main_loop Chapter 7: Python OOP OOP basic concepts Creating our first class OOP - methods and init OOP - tkinter - basic gui and objects OOP - tkinter gui with an image MyDoctor - class skeleton MyDoctor - instantiate the class MyDoctor - nerd class details MyDoctor - docstring and __doc__ Why write Object Oriented Python Code? OO - inheritance basics OO overriding __str__ special method Method and function default values Creating and using Modules Chapter 8: Files and Exceptions Opening Files with Python Opening Files - creating functions Opening Files - creating a class Opening Files - exceptions Opening Files - writing files Advanced exceptions / error handling Reading files line by line Searching files - simple line search Searching files - regular expressions Module 2: Python Career Paths Employee Freelance contractor Create and sell your own Python Programs Module 3: Python Specializations and Learning Resources Web app creation Ai and ML Data sciences Server processing, app scripting
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    Studioweb's Powerful Python 3!

    Hi, Email me at stefan at studioweb and I will send you access to the Python streaming course with quizzing. Please include your IWD ID as well. Thanks!
  8. I don't think it is bad. I think though that it has to be used with a lighter touch than what you typically see. I've addressed this in my videos on OOP inheritance as an example. In my own coding career, I would use both procedural and OO programming but leaned heavily OO ... with a light touch. Stef
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    Missing HTML Code for Lessons 6.5 and 6.6

    Ahh .. yes. Congratulations! In all honesty, understanding traditional CSS layouts with floats is one of the hardest things to master in many respects.
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    Missing HTML Code for Lessons 6.5 and 6.6

    Hi, If you don't see code for a particular lesson, it is because the code in contained in the next lesson source files. Let me know if that helps. Stef
  11. I prefer MySQl simply because I am used to it. But posgres people would say otherwise. Both are good databases but I think MySQL has better tools around the core database.
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    Using Photoshop to plan website UI?

    Hi, Every web designer has their own preferred method of doing things. Some use Photoshop while others who are more comfortable with code, will start with some web template, and then tweak the structure and design from there.
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    Web Design Neophyte

    Hi, Dreamweaver CS3 is very, very old and would produce outdated code. So you want to avoid it. If you don't want to learn how to code, then you could look at the latest version of Dreamweaver. That said, better to learn the basics of web development (HTML, CSS, JS and PHP: https://shop.killervideostore.com/) or just use a turnkey solution (ex: shopify) that will cost you a monthly fee.
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    Paypal Integration - Php Shopping Cart Tutorial

    Much appreciated!
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