I have no problems coding a website, but the tedious part is researching for content. To be honest, i like coding the visual part of a website better. I've heard that going for the research takes up less time, but I see the disadvantages and the advantages in it. So i guess it depends on what the website is about and the time you have to complete it and the overall goals you plan to achieve with it as a whole.
As challenging as CSS is, the coding itself as become more inticing to complete first instead of the research. And i guess its because coding CSS changes up the visuals of a website. I know research is important and essential to a website, but I also feel like it's very time consuming.
Thursday, January 24, 2013
Friday, January 18, 2013
Looks like CSS is becoming as simple as HTML in some places now. Still a challenge but overall, I can deal with it a bit better. I completed my website on copyright just in time yesterday, and I was really proud of not only that, but that I had tried out some things in coding the website that I never tried before. I'll tell you this, W3Schools.com and the online resources is really helpful. Before, I was really stressing out thinking "Well how am I gonna do this?" I had to pray. Sometimes the answer is in front of us when all we have to do is check under our nose and ask for help. Now CSS3 and HTML5? Well that's a whole other group of blog posts to write, eh?
Thursday, January 10, 2013
I would honestly love to do HTML over CSS, but it turns out that its absolutely essential for making a webpage, and also a website itself as a whole. Its frustrating to learn it, but I'm starting to see it as a very vivid tool to express myself creatively. From the borders to the padding, CSS is a challenge that I never saw coming. You can go through non-technical issues in life and sometimes it will seem like they are as complicated as writing the code for a program, when all you really need is the right inspiration and the right influence to guide you.