As always, amazing article! I'm going ahead and try BotUI looks quite interesting!
Awesome! Glad to help!
Greetings from Puerto Rico 🇵🇷!
Better title: 12 Terminal Commands Every Web Developer MUST Know About.
Very useful information! Love this website!
Hello there Miguel, where are you from?
I've been in your position and I'm still learning. Here are some websites that I found quite useful:
Also, you could get some good books if you are into reading. I personally like these two: Smarter way to learn JS and Interactive Front-End Web Development
Hope this helps man,
OMG I torally forgot about this! Thanks lol
About time they added cards. Hey, new typography :) Awesome. The form still need some work.
Love it, It's clean and feels very lightweight. Although I believe it would be a lot cleaner if you called the css externally instead of a stile tag. Also, love the menu, pretty slick and love how it expands and collapses so smoothly. Just saw the booking part. AWESOME Good job man! 🙌🏻 👏🏻
Thanks for replying. I was looking at the one you mentioned Ghost and it looks promising. I think I'll start experimenting with it, instead of Keystone. :)
This is very accurate!! Awesome response man!
Imma go ahead and break the ice with mine.
Here's my online portfolio (still in the works), to showcase all my works and it's also my kind of sandbox to improve my web development skills. I created this website inspired on another one I saw and added some extra cool features such as the typing thingy and the live chat. Things that i'm planning to do next:
Any input or recommendation is appreciate it, good or not so good (There's no such thing of a bad input)
✌🏻Hello Fatemeh, that's awesome. You will absolutely love the web development environment. Been using Tutorialzine a while now and I can say, I have learned quite a lot. The amazing thing (also the bad thing since everything changes fast) about web development is that you will never stop learning.
Yeah Bootstrap can be a little bit boring sometimes. But it really depends on the scale of the project. Cause sometimes we just need to do a website as fast as possible. You could always create your own bootstrap theme and use it as you see fit. Or create your own custom element like, let's say, the navbar. You could also go with lighter css frameworks like PureCSS or go to a more complete and better looking framework like Propeller or Materialize. There's also a ton of Bootstrap themes out there that could come in handy.
Here are a few cool bootstrap themes:
At the end of the day it's really just a thing of personal criteria, but all things aside, bootstrap is a pretty handy framework.
Hope this helps,
If its for email design, I would recommend going for some kind of framework since they are easier to deal with than actual tables.
Here are a few awesome email frameworks:
All of them will help you, but I prefer MJML or Foundation for emails. Personally I ❤️ MJML the most because it has an awesome online editor, a mac application and an amazing CLI. Anyways, use the best you see fit.
PS: When styling you can always create classes in a < style > tag and reference them in each element later. Although I find it better to do this only for the main structure and do inline styles for specific elements.
Hope this helps
Like Selvasudar DT said, you could try using a CMS. Personally I recommend to go with Wordpress since it has more support and awesome plugins. You could even start with a basic discussion theme or a premium one.
Here are some cool themes:https://colorlib.com/wp/wordpress-bbpress-forum-themes/
Used to love Atom but changed because it kept crashing whenever I opened a minified file. So now I use Sublime Text. Had the chance to try VS code but idk, it wasn't for me.