Make A Responsive Website Project #2: HTML, CSS & Javascript

Make A Responsive Website Project #2: HTML, CSS & Javascript
Create A Responsive, Holiday Themed Website using HTML, CSS, Bootstrap, Animate.css, Javascript, JQuery and Snowstorm.js
Description

Would you like to know how to create all those cool effects that you see in my introduction video?

Or maybe you are wondering how you can cut the time it takes for you to create a responsive website by half with one simple framework?

If so, this course is for you! In this course, I will be guiding you step by step in creating a responsive website using two of the most popular CSS frameworks out there.

Okay, so what’s this course about?

In this course, we will create a responsive, holiday themed website from scratch using HTML, CSS, Bootstrap, Animate.css, JQuery and Snowstorm.js.

After completing this website, you can be sure:

Support

By enrolling in this course, I will offer you my complete support. I love helping students out and am ready to answer any question you may have: programming issues, errors, general programming advice - it doesn’t matter!

Fun!

Finally, you’ll discover that programming websites is a lot of fun and I know you’ll have a great time.

Source Code

You can download the source code for this project in the conclusion lecture to help you follow along.

Please Note:

You will be required to download JQuery, Bootstrap, Animate.css and Snowstorm.js to complete this project. All of these can be downloaded for free and no sign ups are required. I have included the appropriate files in the source code, however, I strongly advise you download them yourself as well so that you know where to find the correct files.

Who this course is for:
  • Developers with some experience in HTML, CSS and Javascript

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