[DIY] How Much HTML and CSS Should You Know To Develop? by Mnemonic in Internet

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Rest in peace, PSD to HTML.

[DIY] How Much HTML and CSS Should You Know To Develop? by Mnemonic in Internet

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The process: stripping the PSD file to HTML, slicing the PSD files into layers, and using the resulting images as the website's design elements.

It's going to be project-based, where the final project is a website based on the design file.

[DIY] How Much HTML and CSS Should You Know To Develop? by Mnemonic in Internet

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Yeaaa! That's correct.

[DIY] How Much HTML and CSS Should You Know To Develop? by Mnemonic in Internet

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I want to learn enough HTML and CSS to convert PSD to a real website.

Introductions - Say Hi to Your Fellow Writers by Nechama in Writing

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Nice sub, Mnemonic.

Cannot log in and cannot reset password by mkova in SaidIt

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I think I'll just go ahead with this username then. Thanks magnora7 and d3rr for assisting. I'll be sure to specify my email for this one.

Introductions - Say Hi to Your Fellow Writers by Nechama in Writing

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Nice to meet you too, Nechama. I lost my sfereng log in yesterday (didn't specify my email), and couldn't keep the username, so now I will be using this username on SaidIt.

What languages are you learning? by magpie in languagelearning

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I have learned Russian and Chinese, but I was so bad at them I simply have to relearn Russian. I use Duolingo app to refresh my rusty language skills and to learn new languages as well: German, Spanish and French (which I have learned before in college).

I don't get how people can actively use more than 3 languages at the same time. How do they do that? Learning a new language in your adult years is hard.