Forced Evolution: HTML – How to build a website from scratch in HTML and CSS

by | Jul 8, 2021 | 0 comments

Forced Evolution: HTML – How to build a website from scratch in HTML and CSS

by | Jul 8, 2021 | CSS Tips and Tricks | 0 comments



This is the HTML portion of this project. In it I go over how to best structure the website HTML to make going from mobile to desktop with the easiest transition.

Properly setting up your html is a fundamental skill that will affect the entire project. If you make mistakes here, you will have to deal with them later on when you’re doing CSS and coils waste a lot of time.

Here’s the starter kit I use in this video:

https://github.com/Oak-Harbor-Kits/Starter-Kit

And here’s the code I use to add dark mode to your website in under 5 minutes and how to use it:

https://www.oakharborwebdesigns.com/blog/2020/december/how-to-add-dark-mode-to-a-website#blog-post

This is the first video in a playlist in which I build an entire real world client website of mine from scratch in just HTML and CSS. I also show you how to build a responsive mobile first website and how to take a desktop design and transfer it into a mobile one. Lots of good tips in this playlist, hope you enjoy it!

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