If you want to know why there are pig faces in this image, check out the latest installment of Programming By Stealth from Bart Busschots. He takes me through four new CSS methods to style lists, he teaches me more CSS selectors, and then we get to play with pseudo-classes. It’s great fun and I think I actually understood most of it! As always with the Programming By Stealth series, it’s highly recommended that you follow along with Bart’s amazing tutorial here:
We get to listen to three more CES Interviews: Robo 3D Printers – a company with a social conscience, Ember Smart Mug to keep your liquids hot (or cold) and Hydrao Smart Shower Head that hopes to gamify your water usage. I mix into that an interesting story about how Dorothy almost lost $300 worth of music from iTunes but employing the “if you don’t like what Mom says, ask Dad” strategy she got all of her music back. I also do a review of the awesome MyScript Stylus “keyboard” for iOS that does on-the-fly OCR as you write by hand with a stylus or Apple Pencil. We also have a quick conversation with Bart Busschots from bartb.ie about the bruhaha that broke just recently when Adobe’s Creative Cloud installer broke Backblaze backup software.
Buckle up everyone – in this Installment of Programming By Stealth, Bart will dig in deep on explaining how to position the blocks we’ve learned about before onto our web page using CSS. It’s a tough hill to climb but Bart stays patient with me till I THINK I’ve got it!
You can find Bart’s amazing tutorial at bartbusschots.ie/….
Bart Busschots joins us again for part 7 of his series Programming by Stealth. In this instalment we’ll build on our basic understanding of CSS from previous instalment. We’ll start with some new CSS selectors, in the process, introduce two new HTML tag attributes, then we’ll move on to the CSS box model. Each HTML tag is represented in the page as a box, and all those boxes can be manipulated with CSS.
Find Bart’s detailed tutorial at bartbusschots.ie/….
In the 6th installment of Bart Busschots’ Programming by Stealth series, he introduces the concept of CSS to allow us to format our html pages. He gives us an overview of terminology, explains the different ways to add CSS to an HTML document, explains the basic syntax, and finally gives us some examples of text attribute changes. You can find his detailed shownotes at bartbusschots.ie/….
Also note that he’s now created a short url for us to be able to see all of the Programming By Stealth tutorials all in one place (along with an adorable logo) at http://bartb.ie/pbs.
In this week’s episode of Chit Chat Across the Pond we have Bart Busschots with another installment of Programming by Stealth. He covers the syntax for images and links in HTML and the attributes you can apply and more importantly why you should apply them. He promises that with the first 5 episodes under our belts we’ll be ready to move on to understanding CSS, or Cascading Style Sheets. You can read along with his detailed tutorial and download the example files at \bartbusschots.ie/s/2015/12/27/programming-by-stealth-5-of-x-images-links/.
In the previous installment Bart introduced us to the concept of block-level tags, and in-line tags. Block level tags define blocks of text like headers, paragraphs and lists, and starting a new block-level tag generally starts a new line in the page. Inline tags on the other hand effect a part of a block, and opening an inline tag generally doesn’t start a new line. In the previous installment we looked at some of the most important block-level tags, in this installment we’ll look at some of the most common in-line tags.
Follow along with Bart’s written tutorial at bartbusschots.ie.