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  1. Hi, Just apply an ID or class to the list and then create a style for the list with CSS. For example: ul { background: #3399ff; padding: 20px; } The above code changes the background color of an unordered list. You could change font style, sizes etc. Stef
  2. Just check that the link to the CSS has the right path. It's in that line of code.
  3. Hi, For people new to the subject, here are the 4 online marketing methods you have at your disposal: Content marketing: Writing articles, making video and podcasts. Social media marketing: Instagram, twitter etc ... Both paid and organic. Google ads. Email marketing. What method you use, or combination of methods, depends on your skills, time and target market. Stef
  4. Hi use the isset()function. Check this out:
  5. Hi, You should post the relevant HTML and CSS code ... not the file. And be sure it is the local code, not the whole page. Just a coding error ... re check.
  6. Glad to hear it! I would do the Foundations courses in the web dev course and then do a refresher in the Python. You will move quick because it gets easier as you go. Stef
  7. To a very limited extent. Much better having inbound links and talk about your site on social platforms.
  8. Oops ... just catching up! I assume you figured this out by now! I am assuming you are opening a connection to your database somewhere? Stef
  9. You can't use .TIF in web page. Your options are jpg, gif or png. PNG is the most advanced image format / type. You have to convert your tif files in an image editor ... you simply cannot just change the file extension. Makes sense?
  10. Ahh ... you figured it out? If you want to get good at this, then I would suggest learning the foundations: https://school.studioweb.com/store/course/complete_web_designer ... Doing these courses will make using DW, or any other web design program easy! Stef
  11. I believe external stylesheet will work. Just try it out! Stef
  12. HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript and PHP for the server. Check out my course package ... it teaches you everything you need: https://school.studioweb.com/store/course/complete_web_developer Stef
  13. Haha! That good. Just do what you want to do per day .... and keep it fun! Be sure to check out the content/videos in the private club, there are videos on learning strategies. Stef
  14. Oops ... I missed this. Did you figure it out? You literally move the image to match the path in your code or you change your code to properly point to the image.
  15. I made very, very sure that the code works in all my courses. In fact, you can see it working in the videos. So if you are reading this and hitting a bump in your nerd-learning road, just keep going ... it will all workout.
  16. It is pretty static in 2021 ... flat design.
  17. Well, for the front end, you have no choice ... the only languages are: HTML5 CSS3 JavaScript For the backend, server programming ... you have many choices: PHP Python JavaScript/Node Java / JSP C# / .NET Ruby / Rails ... And more. You can learn everything you need here: https://school.studioweb.com/store/course/complete_web_developer
  18. You are probably best to upgrade because CS6 is a really old version and it not writing the best code for today. This will likely lead to problems.
  19. Welcome to the group! I will be unlocking access to the private mentoring club soon. Expect a notification. Stef
  20. HTML5 course backdrop and course icon. It is also the default StudioWeb logo.
  21. Screenshots from the StudioWeb courses.
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