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Build a Gaming Minecraft Website Design with HTML, CSS, JS - Complete Tutorial with Source Code

In this video tutorial, you'll learn how to design and build a gaming Minecraft website using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. Whether you're a fan of the game, or just want to learn how to build a website, this tutorial is perfect for you. The tutorial covers the basics of web design, including how to create a responsive layout, use CSS to style your website, and add interactivity with JavaScript. You'll also get the source code, so you can follow along and build your own unique Minecraft gaming website. Get ready to take your web design skills to the next level!

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04:25 header html css responsive
12:05 home page in html css
17:44 category html css
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