Contributed to new front end nanodegree
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As a contract curriculum developer, I contributed to the new FEND (front end nanodegree) by outlining the initial version of the course material and drafting the capstone project along with two lessons.
Contributed to the new FEND (front end nanodegree) by outlining the initial version of the course material and drafting the capstone project along with two lessons
The new FEND was released on September 3, 2019 at 12 PM Pacific Time.
I contributed to the first lesson & project.
Project 1: Styled Blog Website
For your first project, you’ll create a multi-page blog website, using best practices for content and page styling with HTML and CSS. You’ll practice using responsive layouts, Flexbox, and CSS Grid to create the structure and design for your own blog.
Supporting Course Content
CSS & Website Layout
Lesson Learning Outcomes
Introduction to HTML
- Create a programming project with a code editor
- Construct nested websites with HTML tags and elements
- Troubleshoot and debug HTML errors and bugs
Introduction to CSS
- Style website components by ID, class and type
- Connect CSS to a website
- Position and display website elements
- Modify and control website typography
- Troubleshoot and debug issues with stylesheets
- Control web elements orientation and layout with Flexbox
- Control ordering of web elements with Flexbox
- Align and justify web elements with Flexbox
- Transform and resize web elements with Flexbox
- Compare and contrast the use cases for CSS Grid and Flexbox
- Structure the layout of a web page using grid columns and rows
Creating Responsive Layouts
- Define custom styles for different screen sizes using media queries
- Observe and create breakpoints in a website to change layout and styling as a page is resized