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A Brief Introduction to jQuery animate()
The jQuery animate() method performs custom animations on specified CSS properties. It accepts a number of arguments. The first argument is an object containing the CSS changes to be made. The second argument is able to handle multiple options such…
How to Learn Bootstrap
Picture this: You’re working hard to learn a back-end language like Python, and you’re focusing on frameworks like Flask or Django. You want to showcase your website’s functionality, but you don’t have a lot of time to learn front-end web…
HTML vs CSS: What’s the Difference Between the Two?
HTML and CSS are among the first languages a prospective web developer learns to get started on their tech career. In this article, we look at the difference between the two languages and two examples: one using HTML, the other…
Is HTML a Programming Language?
HTML is a programming language by the majority of accounts. It is a markup language and it ultimately gives declarative instructions to a computer. This is the definition of a computer program, making HTML a programming language. HTML (or HyperText…
What is CSS? An Intro to Cascading Style Sheets
CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheets. It controls the visual aspects of web pages, allowing designers to choose fonts, colors, layout, and more. Along with HTML and JavaScript, CSS is a part of the fundamental blocks of web development. You…
How Long Does It Take to Learn HTML?
Coding can seem overwhelming, especially to newcomers. One anxiety-triggering factor is the time commitment required to learn how to code. When it comes to changing careers, most people want that change to happen sooner rather than later. Many experienced programmers…
Coding Basics for HTML Newbies
For many code newbies, the thought of coding a new website fills them with horror and makes them break out in hives. There are those of us, though, who love the dream of building a website from scratch. It’s a…

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