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CSS and HTML

Posted over 10 years ago

Not much of a suprise here; CSS and HTML tutorials have been added to Good-Tutorials. It just seems fitting given the increasing usage and popularity of the PHP and Ruby on Rails sections of the site. I was planning on just doing CSS first or just doing HTML first, but I figured that there'd be a lot of confusion, with HTML tutorials being submitted in the CSS section or vice versa, so you're getting two new topics today. :)

And, as usual, a lot going on behind the scenes in the past couple of days- should be some performance gains, and I cleaned up some formatting on tutorials a few days ago. The front page only has blog post titles instead of a short description, and I finally got around to paginating the blog itself. And lately I've been spending a lot of time planning and researching some of the major features I have planned for release in the next month or two... ;)

avatarMartynJ over 10 years ago

Awsome :). I will have to write some html and css tutorials for my site.

avatarMartynJ over 10 years ago

Also when i've logged in the tab at the top has martynj in lower case and links to the authors bit but its lower case there too... so i just get an error saying that no one with that username exists.

Just thought id let you know

avatarDylan over 10 years ago

Yay, thanks a ton for adding those categories. Can't wait to try out some of the tutorials that are submitted to them.

avatarErik over 10 years ago

Its very important to keep the quality high in HTML and CSS!

avatarholman (administrator and creator)over 10 years ago

MartynJ - sorry about that. I was playing around with the user pages last night (which had a few problems) and thought I had it all cleaned up, but there's just one itsy bitsy minor bug that I missed. I'll get that fixed in the next hour or so.

Erik - I agree. It's far too easy to just be like "HERE'S TEH CODE FOR BOLD TEXT!!!!!" and submit it. I think I'd be tempted to set the bar a little higher for HTML and CSS than for a few other topics. We'll see how it turns out- I'm always excited when I release a new feature to see how things evolve over time. :)

avatarholman (administrator and creator)over 10 years ago

The weird user page issue should be fixed, MartynJ- thanks for catching that one, and let me know if you find anything else amiss.

avatarMartynJ over 10 years ago

Yep, The link's been fixed now :).

And im going to submit a few tutorials in a few days how to code full layouts and menu's in css and xhtml :D.

avatarFindTutorials over 10 years ago

Would be a good idea to add AJAX as the next category

avatarholman (administrator and creator)over 10 years ago

Well, in terms of that it would probably be a generalized JavaScript topic rather than a more specific "Ajax" topic, but I'll definitely keep it in mind. :) There is some Ajax coverage in the Ruby on Rails topic, at least.

avatarErik over 10 years ago

zachholman - Lol, i agree.

But...

I'm missing a category in HTML. "Semantic webb". Or will that be the same category as "XHTML validation"?

avatarholman (administrator and creator)over 10 years ago

I guess in terms of that it kind of depends on what the tutorial really deals with. I mean, it's a bit of a broad topic, so it could fall into a few different areas (validation being one of them). Just sort of depends, really.

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