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  1. 1 hour ago, administrator said:

     Many free ones out there like SublimeText (nagWare) and TextWrangler.


    I have Sublime Text installed. I even paid for a license since I'm going to be using this allot. It could've been a fluke. 

  2. This is a mac question, it might be a general css question.

    I was trying to practice my css and for some damn reason my simple css code wouldn't apply on my html page. I was able to fix the easy syntax issues I was having.

    However, for whatever reason it still wouldn't apply. What I was noticing is whenever I open my html page it would create a new html page.  I thought that was very weird.

    Me and file kept playing the delete and reappearing game over and over. Until finally I just used the new file and deleted the old file.  But of course css still didn't apply.

    At this point I was frustrated. Some how I notice visual studio was still on my computer. My css was opening in visual studio.

    When I told it to open in sublime text it finally saw the code. Is there an effective way to link my css code to my html code? 

  3. I don't know why my h1 and h2 won't stay in the center when I use the auto tag. Can anyone give me hints on why this may not be working? I hate being spoonfed I would like to work through why my css is not working. :-)


        margin: 10px auto 10px auto;


    <!DOCTYPE html>



        <link href="style.css" rel="stylesheet" >

        <div class= "div1">
            <title>Tracey's Tribute Page</title>
            <h1>A tribute to Tracey Lynn Brown's life.</h1>
            <h2>Sunrise:December 21st, 1965</h2>
            <h2>Sunset:April 18th, 2013</h2>

        <div id="centerDoc">

        </div><!-- closing centerDoc -->



  4. Hello Everyone,

    I'm wrapping up Stef HTML/CSS course. It's been pretty good, but I want to build something  VERY small and build on top of my learning. I was going to build a very small web application. The web application is going to be no more than maybe 5 pages.(I'll add backend code and a database later.)  I'm going to have something where user input items. It's going to have text and very simple layouts based of the course information I got from Stef. Do you think this is a little ambitious? What should I also look out for since this is my first small project?  I look forward to your input.

    Gregory Shavers Jr

  5. 16 hours ago, administrator said:


    Python is not part of the IWD course package. 

    StudioWeb main curriculum is something for schools. 

    Did you buy the IWD course? If not, let me know and I will include Python for you. 


    I bought the IWD. So if I wanted to purchase the python course.  Do you buy that separately? 

  6. On 10/18/2017 at 2:43 PM, administrator said:

    For the 2017-18 school year, we are offering the following foundation courses:

    • HTML5
    • CSS3
    • JavaScript
    • Python 3
    • PHP 7

    We also have several PHP and SQL related courses perfect for vocational education. 


    We expanded our certifications, where we now offer:

    • Web Foundations (HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP, SQL)
    • Python 3

    Collectively, our courses consist of hundreds of video lessons, 1500 code challenges and quizzes and 57 classroom projects. 



    Hey Stefan,

    Do we need to buy the Python 3 course separately? 

  7. Hello Stef,

    I'm actually in your web design class. My plan is to push through the course as quickly as I can and help redesign the site. The issue is because I'm such a novice. I don't know the best approach to take. Do you have any suggestions or plan of attack once I obtain these skills? 


    How long do I need to wait before I can post links on the forum? lol jk 

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  8. Hello Everyone,

    I'm helping rebuild my church's website and it brought up an interesting question. How do you rebuild or remake a website? What is the methodology of re creating websites? What should I look out for? Your help on this matter is much appreciated. Take care. :-) 

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