Join James Williamson for an in-depth discussion in this video Exercise files, part of Introduction to Web Design and Development.
- The exercise files for this course are available for all lynda.com members. You'll find the exercise files located in folders that are named based upon the movie number that they represent. Since each exercise is self-contained, you're going to want to work with these folders individually. I'll call out the location of the exercise files for each movie and you should see a brief overlay that'll also tell you where you can find them. To get the exercise files, just browse to the course page for Web Design Fundamentals on lynda.com.
Download the zip file and then expand those. Now, I recommend copying the entire exercise files directory to the desktop and then working on the files from the appropriate folder.
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- What is web design?
- What is a web designer?
- Learning to code
- Choosing a web host
- Working with a CMS
- Exploring how websites are structured
- Choosing your framework or software
- Designing with standards and accessibility in mind
Skill Level Beginner
1. Exploring Web Design
2. The Field of Web Design
3. Getting Started
4. Exploring Tools
5. Learning Web Design
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