Welcome to the Course!
This main page is mirrored on both (but contains the private recordings only in Canvas) so you should only need to visit the Canvas page. But feel free to browse the rest of jrm4.com if you like.
Contacting me should only be done through regular email, at firstname.lastname@example.org (please, don't use Canvas messaging with me or anyone else)
Note: Contacting me should only be done through regular email, at email@example.com (Messaging through Canvas may be missed- is a better and safer tool for this purpose)
You don't need to do anything for the first day besides show up. The syllabus is below, and schedules and procedures will be discussed in class on the first day. See you then!
Week 13 - Multimedia and Languages (Redux)
In preparation for the next phase
Week 12 - Intro to Wordpress
Week 11 - Publishing Options
Week 10 - Advanced CSS
Week 9 - CSS continued
Week 8 - CSS and Binary
(also this — brilliant!) - https://i.imgur.com/NQPrUsI.gifv
Week 7 Advanced HTML
Week 6 - Getting Started:
File Transfer via "GUI program" e.g. Filezilla or Cyberduck
We will get into more detail how this works, but generally, these are what are known as "two-pane" file managers or transfer programs. Usually, your home computer is on the left, and the computer you are connecting to is on the right. Once connected, you can drag-and-drop folders and files from one side to the other to complete the transfer. Before connection, you will have to enter the correct credentials, as outlined here:
More info for Filezilla is available here:
Please ensure that you are able to transfer files from your computer to your itpro account, specifically into the "public_html" folder. NOTE: once you do this, these will be available over the whole entire internets :).
NEXT, review the information provided below, as well as the example page from class:
Week 5 - Languages and HTML
Week 4 - Servers and HTML
Week 3 - The Importance of HTML
Week 2 - Background Info Readings
Don't feel the need to digest every little thing here, but these are all very good introductions to "the web, the universe, and everything" ☺
A clever thing on CODE in general. Huge, but I've found it to be worth it.
I'll scream this from the top of the hills
VERY long, but worth it if you have the time
A brutally honest thread about what the web is now. From 2016, still completely valid