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How to Build Creative Education Website Using HTML CSS JavaScript

How to Build Creative Education Website Using HTML CSS JavaScript

This video will show you how to build a creative education website using html css javascript

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HI 👋
I'm Sadee (webdev)
In this channel I make videos about Complete Responsive website.
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Download the starter file to practice

⏱️ Timestamps

0:00 - Demo
5:18 - File structure
5:46 - Project initial
11:40 - Header
28:02 - Hero section
39:16 - Category section
47:45 - About section
54:41 - Course section
1:10:14 - Video section
1:15:09 - State section
1:18:49 - Blog section
1:29:59 - Footer
1:43:35 - Media queries

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Luke Shiru • Edited on

Hi, Sadee!

Can you please write an article based on your video? At this point every "article" you have looks just like a link to your YouTube video and the text on the bottom is just the description of the video. Folks in DEV are generally looking for stuff to read, if they were looking for stuff to watch they would either go to the videos section (which you could also use), or go to YouTube directly. You'll get better engagement in a platform like this if you use it to actually write articles instead of just using it to promote your videos.

If you only want to promote your videos, then you can use the listings option in DEV, which is a dedicated area of the platform where community members and organizations are encouraged to publish information related to events, products, services, job listings, and everything in between.

DEV encourages authors to share their full articles in here, not just portions of them with links to the "full article", and these posts are kinda like a mix of "partial post" and "promotion".

1 tip I can give you to make the process faster for you is to use the transcript of your video as a base to write the article, so the content of the video matches the content of the article.

I can't wait to see how your full articles will look like.


wilmela profile image

Great job.

Timeless DEV post...

How to write a kickass README

Arguably the single most important piece of documentation for any open source project is the README. A good README not only informs people what the project does and who it is for but also how they use and contribute to it.

If you write a README without sufficient explanation of what your project does or how people can use it then it pretty much defeats the purpose of being open source as other developers are less likely to engage with or contribute towards it.