Package management is necessary for modern web development. This course teaches you how to use npm and Yarn to manage packages, install third party code, and even create and publish your own code as a package for others to use.
Welcome to a super fun, beginner-friendly data structures and algorithms course. Is it really the last algorithms course you'll need? If you want to pass tough interview questions, then yes! You'll learn big o time complexity, fundamental data structures like arrays, lists, trees, graphs, and maps, and searching and sorting algorithms.
Build a business WordPress website: Visitors book appointments for multiple locations, services and staff - masterclass
Get an overview of the new WCAG 2.2 accessibility guidelines and their impact on web/digital projects with expert Emma Moore, and explore techniques for fixing and/or addressing inaccessible projects in Figma. Topics covered include: the basics of WCAG 2.2 and its guidelines for digital projects; key specific issues that WCAG 2.2 is likely to draw attention to in existing sites and projects; how to identify inaccessible assets and content elements directly, and in Figma; and How to identify inaccessible patterns and optimize for the new guidelines. Also learn strategies for collaborating with project developers to assure a11y (accessibility) is strong, and get some hands-on examples of Figma solutions to a11y issues.
Are you ready to shift your CSS mindset using properties that work in any written language or device orientation? Join coding expert and veteran LinkedIn Learning instructor Jen Kramer to find out more about how to use the recently supported CSS logical properties specification, which allows you to make your models compatible with all possible directions of languages, including left to right and right to left as well as vertical languages read from either side of the screen.
Your class project for this class is to follow along the design section and create the website design using the files I provided. I encourage you to experiment and use different fonts, colors and imag