Day 1 My goal: keep learning every day

Hi everyone,

I am new here! I am learning Web Development. I want to know more about code and finally create my own website/ app/games one day! I will keep updating my progress here.

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Today learned some concepts and their use:

  1. the Box Model
  2. Position properties: static, relative, absolute, fixed
  3. z-index
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so cool


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Good luck, it will be difficult, but if you just keep making progress every day, you can do it!

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Day 2: learned “display”, “float”, “clear” and finished one project independently! Getting harder but more interesting!

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Keeping tabs of your progress is great! Are you familiar with Twitter’s hashtag #100daysofcode ? People use it to keep track of their progress and get motivation from others :+1:

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Just heard of it~ I think I will start tracking in Twitter tomorrow. Thank you for your idea

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Hi everyone, i studied accoutancy in uni but i recently found interest in coding, i a just starting to learn some web development.

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There’s also a VS code extension which keeps track of your #100dayOfCode challenge

https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemName=softwaredotcom.swdc-100-days-of-code#:~:text=100%20Days%20of%20Code%20is,and%20complete%20the%20%23100DaysOfCode%20Challenge.

I’m probably gonna start this challenge soon, though lately I’ve been unmotivated to code for some reason. Hopefully I get motivated again soon xD

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Good luck! I just started two months ago too.

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Hey guys I just got codeacademy pro and just like to learn by myself.

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Day 3: Learned CSS Colors (Named Colors, RGB, HSL), Opacity + a simple project

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Hi everyone today I studied css and finished html course. good luck to you guys!:wink:

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Day 4: Introduction to CSS Typography.

  • I didn’t understand why the font-family sometimes has 3 different fonts until I studied Fallback fonts today.

  • I learned how to link from google fonts

  • Some properties related to typography, such as font-weight, word spacing, line-height.

  • Difference between Serif and Sans Serif

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Well I see you are making a lot of progress, good job. :slight_smile:

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Great job! Keep going.

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Day5: Finished the Typography Module

  • Know more about Unicode-range in Latin and Latin-ext

  • Know more about WOFF2, WOFF, TrueType

  • Relative Path in CSS: the use of …/ and ./

So hard!

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Day 6: Finished one project after the Typography lesson and coding challenge.

*Learned how to use border and transparent to make a triangle in css

  • Know the difference between em and rem

  • How to create a circle with “border-radius”

  • The advantage of an external stylesheet

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Day 7: Started learning responsive design

  • relative size unit: em, rem

*default browser font-size: usually 16px

  • advantage of using relative unit

  • Percentage unit

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Day 7: Responsive design

  • Advantage of using relative unit

  • Percentage unit

  • Relative size unit: em, rem

  • Default browser font-size: usually 16px

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