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Before heading on, I would just like to mention that there are three kind-of essential pillars one must learn to be proficient with when it comes to web development, and those are: the HTML language, the CSS library, and Javascript (JS). 963 more words


Why I'm Learning Web Development (Part 1)

At the beginning of May, I made a commitment to myself: to learn the skills and knowledge necessary to be a web developer. I’d start with HTML & CSS, move to JavaScript, and then on to more advanced tools and techniques. 555 more words


CSS: vertical alignment

 Using display

    display: flex
    align-items: center

 Using inline-height (typically for text content)

    display: block
    inline-height: parent_height

 Using vertical-align

    vertical-align: center

MUI - Material Design CSS Framework

MUI is a lightweight CSS framework that follows Google’s Material Design guidelines. MUI is designed from the ground up to be fast, small and developer-friendly.

— Read on www.muicss.com/

The Journey Begins

Hello World!

So I finally started a blog to document the ups and downs of my journey to becoming a Self-Taught Developer. I suppose my first blog post is the best place to introduce myself and to explain why I am learning to code and and what my current goals are. 714 more words


Build ASP.Net Core Razor Page Application

In this post, I’m going to show how to build ASP.net Core Web Application with Razor Pages.

Razor Pages is a new aspect of ASP.net core MVC, Razor pages make a coding page focused approach to develop web applications. 430 more words


Flexbox CSS Part (1) - display, flex-direction, justify-content

  • The flexible box makes it easier to design flexible responsive layout structure without using float or positioning.
  • The parent container should take flex display property, …
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