<contentditable = “true”> lets the reader edit content within the div <video> directly embeds a video on a page, no plugins, iframes etc <small> presents small text, great for styling <header> & <footer> pretty self explanatory
Another day in the life of a twitter bootstrap project. This one involved a video header. The header scales down to an image on phones. Modified a bit from a blog along the way. Here’s an explanation from another blog View the completed project at http://kauress.github.io/goappzone/ https://gist.github.com/Kauress/521f3c237643f6d2af51 https://gist.github.com/Kauress/ad6461c01f0db114bc39
Check this out pretty cool: http://kauress.github.io/MooseFrye/ Done with Twitter Bootsrap 3 , change media queries to show a background pic on phones. Code for it is: <div class =”section”> <div class=”text-vertical-center”> <video autoplay loop poster=”img/bg.png” id=”bgvid”> <source src=”vid/1.webm” type=”video/webm”> <source src=”vid/2.mp4″ type=”video/mp4″> <source src=”vid/3.ogg” type=”video/ogg”/> </video> </div> I modified it just a bit from the original source (launchrocket). A boot snipp is also
Twitter Bootsrap ( aka TB if that wasn’t already a sickness!) is great to use. I’ve been experimenting with it for the past 1 and a half weeks. Literally you can put up a landing page in a dy (less if you’re a tb ninja…). Here’s one day bootstrap mockups for a few competitions: Some Twitetr bootstrap projects up here: A cool trick for TB,
I finished the learning how to learn video lectures on coursera by Terrence Sejnowski and Barbara Oakley, It was interesting especially now that I no longer have to write tests and exams, I can actually enjoy learning (the irony!). Here’s an infographic on the entire course 🙂 Btw right click and save it for later!
It’s been a long time since I did one of these, I’ve just been too busy with tinkering with JS which is turning out to be my favorite language. This is again from the nodebeginner book by Manuel Kiessling. Anyways after assembling your router,it must route specific requests to their appropriate destinations. In this case the requests such as start and upload are routed to
Disclaimer: This article intends to be a primer so that you may gain insight in order to understand beginner OOP articles better (for example on wikipedia). In order to grasp more abstract concepts, suspend as much logic as you would when watching Star Trek. Message not sponsored by anyone I know. Some neurons dissipated during the writing of this.