We’ve seen and done it all and came together to start First Site Guide because we believe in the web for everyone. We can help you start a personal or business blog/site, a place to show your hobbies, offer advice to others or just to share personal stories, pictures and videos.
The internet’s leading entity seeks to inspire coders with tutorials and tips. You’ll also find an abundance of other tools and resources ranging from Google’s many consoles for developers (the Google API Console, Google Play Store Developer Console, and others), training, games, videos, and much more.
How-to-build-websites.com is designed for total beginners … and for people who use apps like Dreamweaver and other wysiwyg apps (wysiwyg stands for: “What You See Is What You Get”) … and now want to learn what’s going on ‘behind the scenes’.To really understand web design, you need to learn HTML hand-coding; it’s easier than you think!
Courses, tutorials, forums, and more combine at Scotch.io to provide a top-notch learning community for anyone interested in mastering web development or acquiring new skills. Includes a decent amount of free content.
W3Schools is optimized for learning, testing, and training. Examples might be simplified to improve reading and basic understanding. Tutorials, references, and examples are constantly reviewed to avoid errors, but we cannot warrant full correctness of all content.
Web Design and Applications involve the standards for building and Rendering Web pages, including HTML, CSS, SVG, device APIs, and other technologies for Web Applications (“WebApps”). This section also includes information on how to make pages accessible to people with disabilities (WCAG), to internationalize them, and make them work on mobile devices.
Programming Throwdown attempt to educate Computer Scientists and Software Engineers on a cavalcade of programming and tech topics. Every show will cover a new programming language, so listeners will be able to speak intelligently about any programming language.
The Shared Security Podcast evolved from the former Social Media Security Podcast which has been recorded on a (mostly) monthly basis since 2009. As the years went on we realized that our show topics became more focused on new technology rather than just “social media”. ..The name “Shared Security” comes from the idea that security is now shared amongst people, technology and social media. It’s more important than ever to be educated about how new technology affects the security and privacy of our personal lives and businesses.