Join Jen Kramer for an in-depth discussion in this video What you should know, part of Learning Foundation 6.
- [Instructor] In order to follow along optimally with this course, you will want to have a working knowledge of HTML5. You should be pretty comfortable editing HTML files. We'll be doing a lot of that in this course. You should have a good working knowledge of CSS. We won't be editing nearly as much CSS as we edit HTML, but we will be doing some CSS editing and you should be familiar with that. You should understand what mobile-first is and how that is going to impact design choices, because it's very core to how Foundation is written.
And finally, you should have a working knowledge of what responsive design is and how that impacts design across devices, tablets, phones, and desktop devices. Remember that Foundation is really intended for intermediate and advanced developers. If you are not one of those people or you don't really have all of this background, you might be better off looking at a responsive design framework like Bootstrap for example. You'll also want to have a text editor on hand for editing all of the HTML and CSS in this course.
I will be using Sublime Text 3, but any text editor will work. Whatever you are comfortable with is just fine.
- Working with the XY Grid system
- Adjusting margins and padding
- Block versus vertical grids
- Overriding CSS
- Including cards and callouts
- Customizing the navigation, including dropdown and drilldown menus
Skill Level Beginner
Workflow Tools for Web Developerswith Christina Truong1h 13m Intermediate
Responsive CSS Workflow with Sass, Bourbon, and Susywith Carrie Dils2h 59m Intermediate
1. Overview of Foundation 6
2. The XY Grid System
3. CSS Overview
4. Navigation Systems
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