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  • Advanced CSS
    • Advanced CSS
      • 1.1 Course Material
      • 1.2 Grouping And Nesting
      • 1.3 Maximum And Minimum Dimensions
      • 1.4 Positions
      • 1.5 Relative And Z - Index
      • 1.6 Floating
      • 1.7 Clear
      • 1.8 Pseudos(Part 1)
      • 1.9 Pseudos(Part 2)
      • 1.10 Alignment
      • 1.11 Sprites
      • 1.12 Opacity
      • 1.13 Media Types
      • 1.14 Attribute Selectors
      • 1.15 Browser Prefixes
      • 1.16 Important
  • Advanced HTML
    • Advanced HTML
      • 1.1 Course Materials
      • 1.2 The Doctype
      • 1.3 Head Section (Part 1)
      • 1.4 Head Section (Part 2)
      • 1.5 Scripts
      • 1.6 Hierarchy (DOM)
      • 1.7 Entities
  • Applying Designs to WireFrames with HTML5 and CSS3
    • Chapter 0 - Introduction
      • 0.1 Introduction
      • 0.2 Here's What We'll Create In This Course
    • Chapter 1 - From Wireframe To Design
      • 1.1 From Wireframe To Design
      • 1.2 Choosing Your Designs Colour Palette
      • 1.3 Tools For Selecting Typefaces
      • 1.4 Choosing Imagery And Design Elements
    • Chapter 2 - Getting The Design Underway
      • 2.1 Getting The Design Underway
      • 2.2 Formatting Call To Action Buttons With CSS
      • 2.3 Additional Shadow Effects To The Buttons
      • 2.4 Finishing Up The Button Formatting
      • 2.5 Typographic Treatments With Google Font API
      • 2.6 Beginning The Features Section Styling
      • 2.7 Finishing The Features Section
      • 2.8 Formatting The Organize Section
      • 2.9 Wrapping Up The Layouts Design
    • Chapter 3 - Inserting and Formatting Graphics
      • 3.1 Inserting and Formatting Graphics
      • 3.2 Setting Up The Hero Section Graphics
      • 3.3 Getting The Feature Section Images Inserted
      • 3.4 Placing The Organize and Share Images
      • 3.5 Using A Graphic As A Button Label
    • Chapter 4 - Cross-Browser Testing
      • 4.1 Cross - Browser Testing
      • 4.2 Running Virtual Operating Systems For Testing
      • 4.3 Making Minor Adjustments For Browser Compatibility
    • Chapter 5 - Wrapping Up
      • 5.1 Wrapping Up
  • Building Responsive Websites with HTML5 and CSS3
    • Building Responsive Websites with HTML5 CSS3
      • 1.1 Welcome
      • 1.2 A Look At What We'll Build
      • 1.3 Key Aspects Of Responsive Design
      • 1.4 Determining Device Resolutions To Target
      • 1.5 Wireframing Responsive Layouts
      • 1.6 The Concept Of Using Multiple CSS Files
      • 1.7 Media Queries and Multiple Style Sheets
      • 1.8 Building Media Queries Into A Single CSS File
      • 1.9 Using Media Query Expressions
      • 1.10 Setting Up The HTML and CSS Files
      • 1.11 Getting Started With The Header
      • 1.12 Inserting The Main Nav Menu
      • 1.13 Inserting The Search Field
      • 1.14 Problems With Applying Floats
      • 1.15 Integrating Google Fonts API
      • 1.16 Building The Hero Section Structure
      • 1.17 Formatting The Hero Section
      • 1.18 Inserting and Formatting A Call To Action Button
      • 1.19 Building The Features Section, Part One
      • 1.20 Building The Features Section, Part Two
      • 1.21 Inserting The Organize Section
      • 1.22 Building The Share Section
      • 1.23 Building The Call To Action Area
      • 1.24 Inserting And Formatting The Footer
      • 1.25 Finishing Touches For The High Resolution Layout
      • 1.26 Setting Up The Medium Resolution CSS and Testing The Media Query
      • 1.27 Formatting The Medium Res Header
      • 1.28 Formatting The Medium Res Hero Section
      • 1.29 Formatting The Features Section
      • 1.30 Formatting The Organize And Share Sections
      • 1.31 Building The Get Section and Finishing Up The Medium Res Layout
      • 1.32 Setting Up The Low Res CSS and Testing The Media Query
      • 1.33 Formatting The Low Res Header
      • 1.34 Resolving Problems Caused By Floats
      • 1.35 Formatting The Low Res Hero Section
      • 1.36 Formatting The Features Section
      • 1.37 Formatting The Organize And Share Sections
      • 1.38 Building The Get Section and Finishing Up The Low Res Layout
      • 1.39 Disabling Device Smart Zoom
      • 1.40 Testing Your Responsive Layouts
      • 1.41 Setting Up Retina Display Graphics
      • 1.42 Where To Go From Here
  • Building Websites with Photoshop CC
    • Building Websites With Photoshop CC
      • 1.1 Introduction
      • 1.2 Heres What We ll Build (Free Lesson)
      • 1.3 The Workflow Process (Free Lesson)
      • 1.4 Setting Up Photoshop For Web Layout (Free Lesson)
      • 1.5 Saving Our Photoshop Customizations (Free Lesson)
      • 1.6 Structuring Layouts With Photoshop
      • 1.7 Setting Up Our 960 Grid Template
      • 1.8 Creating The First Wireframe Object
      • 1.9 Continuing To Wireframe Objects
      • 1.10 Additional Techniques For Wireframing
      • 1.11 Finishing Up The Base Wireframe
      • 1.12 Organizing The Layers And Resetting The Properties Panel
      • 1.13 Roughing In The Header Content
      • 1.14 Building Out The Hero Section
      • 1.15 Wireframing The Introducing Section
      • 1.16 Creating The Organize Section
      • 1.17 Building The Get It Now Section
      • 1.18 Finishing Up The Wireframe
      • 1.19 Organizing And Colour Coding The Layers Panel
      • 1.20 Adding Text Labels To The Wireframe
      • 1.21 Exporting The Wireframe For Approval
      • 1.22 Applying Design To The Wireframe
      • 1.23 Gathering The Designs Resources Part Two
      • 1.24 Creating The Site Logo With An lllustrator Smart Object
      • 1.25 Using Layer Styles To Format Buttons
      • 1.26 Saving And Using A Custom Style
      • 1.27 Finishing Up The Header
      • 1.28 Using Linked Smart Objects
      • 1.29 Using Layer Masks To Position Content
      • 1.30 Finishing Up The Hero Section
      • 1.31 Designing With Clipping Groups And Linked Smart Objects
      • 1.32 Developing The Organize And Share Sections
      • 1.33 Finishing Up The Layouts Design
      • 1.34 Getting The Layout Out Of Photoshop Into Code
      • 1.35 Going Further With The Asset Generator
      • 1.36 Getting The Layout s Assets Organized
      • 1.37 Generating HTML With Photoshop
      • 1.38 Getting Set Up For The Coding Phase
      • 1.39 Adjusting The External Style Sheet
      • 1.40 Setting Up The Structural CSS
      • 1.41 Rebuilding The Layout With Code
      • 1.42 Creating The App Store Header Button
      • 1.43 Getting Started On The Hero Section
      • 1.44 Finishing Up The Hero Area
      • 1.45 Creating The Introducing Section
      • 1.46 Odd Behaviour With Photoshops Copy CSS Command
      • 1.47 Recreating The Organize And Share Sections
      • 1.48 Building The Get Section And Footer
      • 1.49 Wrapping Up The Project
      • 1.50 Wrapping Up
  • Create Stunning Promo Videos in 30 Minutes or Less
    • Create Stunning Promo Videos In 30 Minutes Or Less
      • 1.1 Welcome
      • 1.2 The Template We Will Be Using
      • 1.3 See Some After Effects Template
      • 1.4 iPad Template
      • 1.5 White Space Template
      • 1.6 Pop Up Book Template
      • 1.7 Installing After Effects
      • 1.8 Opening A Template
      • 1.9 Interactive Tour Of After Effects
      • 1.10 Introduction To After Effects
      • 1.11 Editing Text
      • 1.12 Changing Font Sizes And Moving Text
      • 1.13 Adding Images
      • 1.14 Adding Video
      • 1.15 Adding A Logo
      • 1.16 Rendering Your Video
      • 1.17 Post Production Help
  • Creating a Business Website with a Responsive Design
    • Section 1 - Preparation
      • 1.1 Designing The Website Visual In Photoshop Part 1
      • 1.2 Designing The Website Visual In Photoshop Part 2
      • 1.3 Showing The Website Design To The Client
    • Section 2 - Local Development
      • 2.1 Installing WordPress Locally Using MAMP
      • 2.2 Installing The Genesis Theme Framework And Sample Child Theme
      • 2.3 Renaming And Branding The Child Theme
      • 2.4 Introduction To Developing Websites
      • 2.5 Introduction To Genesis Theme Settings And Header Logo CSS
      • 2.6 Styling The Top Navigation Links
      • 2.7 Creating A Static Home Page And A Separate Blog Page
      • 2.8 Creating Drop - Downs And Styling The Top Navigation Menu
      • 2.9 Creating Backgrounds And Easier CSS
      • 2.10 Headings Links And Typography
      • 2.11 Adding Text And Images Into A WordPress Page
      • 2.12 Styling The Sidebar Widgets
      • 2.13 Styling Individual Sidebar Widgets
      • 2.14 Creating The Social Profile Icons
      • 2.15 Creating And Styling The Footer
      • 2.16 Creating A Widgetized Page Template
      • 2.17 Adding The Genesis Responsive Slider To The Home Page
      • 2.18 Adding Content To The Genesis Responsive Slider
      • 2.19 Styling The Genesis Responsive Slider
      • 2.20 Home Page Headings
      • 2.21 Responsive Design With CSS Media Queries
    • Section 3 - Uploding The Site To The Host Server More Development And Going Live
      • 3.1 Setting Up The Website On The Hosts Server
      • 3.2 Installing Wordpress Manually On Hosts Server
      • 3.3 Uploading A Local Site To The Hosts Server
      • 3.4 Creating An Under Construction Page
      • 3.5 Adding 3 Featured Posts Widgets To Home Page
      • 3.6 Styling The Three Featured Posts Widgets
      • 3.7 Designing Blog Archive Pages
      • 3.8 Creating A Contact Form In WordPress
      • 3.9 Create An Email Subscription List
      • 3.10 Giving Your Site A Favicon
    • Section 4 - Conclusion
      • 4.1 What To Do Now
    • Section 5 - Extras
      • 5.1 HTML Genesis
  • CSS and CSS3 Crash Course
    • Module 1 - Introduction To The Course
      • 1.1 What Will You Learn
      • 1.2 Introduction And The Basics
      • 1.3 Installing Notepad Plus Plus
    • Module 2 - CSS And CSS3 Basics
      • 2.1 Selectors (Part 1 Of 4)
      • 2.2 Selectors (Part 2 Of 4)
      • 2.3 Selectors (Part 3 Of 4)
      • 2.4 Selectors (Part 4 Of 4)
      • 2.5 Styling Links (Hyperlinks)
      • 2.6 Widths And Heights
      • 2.7 Positioning
      • 2.8 Centering A Container
      • 2.9 Colors
      • 2.10 Display Property
      • 2.11 Hiding An Element
      • 2.12 Font Basics
    • Module 3 - Intermediate CSS And CSS3
      • 3.1 Forcing Uppercase, Lowercase And Capitalisation
      • 3.2 Text Alignment
      • 3.3 Text Indenting
      • 3.4 Borders
      • 3.5 Rounded Borders
      • 3.6 Margins And Padding
      • 3.7 Overflow
      • 3.8 Styling Headers
      • 3.9 Floating Elements
      • 3.10 Clearfix For Clearing Floats
      • 3.11 Styling Unordere Lists
      • 3.12 Horizontal Menu (Part 1 Of 2)
      • 3.13 Horizontal Menu (Part 2 Of 2)
      • 3.14 Vertical Menu
      • 3.15 Creating A Button
      • 3.16 Backgrounds
      • 3.17 Multiple Background Images
      • 3.18 Background Size
      • 3.19 Border Images
    • Module 4 - Advanced Intermediate CSS And CSS3
      • 4.1 Sprite
      • 4.2 Element Shadows (Box Shadow)
      • 4.3 Text Shadows
      • 4.4 Opacity
      • 4.5 Element Stack Order (z Index)
      • 4.6 Image Overlay Effect (Part 1 Of 2)
      • 4.7 Image Overlay Effect (Part 2 Of 2)
      • 4.8 2D Transformations (Part 1 Of 4)
      • 4.9 2D Transformations (Part 2 Of 4)
      • 4.10 2D Transformations (part 3 Of 4)
      • 4.11 2D Transformations (Part 4 Of 4)
    • Module 5 - Build Your First Website
      • 5.1 Basic Site Layout (Part 1 Of 3)
      • 5.2 Basic Site Layout (Part 2 Of 3)
      • 5.3 Basic Site Layout (Part 3 Of 3)
      • 5.4 Styling Tables (Part 1 Of 2)
      • 5.5 Styling Tables (Part 2 Of 2)
      • 5.6 Cursors
      • 5.7 Box Sizing
      • 5.8 Styling Form Elements (Part 1 Of 2)
      • 5.9 Styling Form Elements (Part 2 Of 2)
      • 5.10 Dashed Link Underline
      • 5.11 Drop Down Style Menu
      • 5.12 Quick And Easy CSS Triangles
      • 5.13 Pure Dropdown List Menu (Part 1 Of 2)
      • 5.14 Pure Dropdown List Menu (Part 2 Of 2)
    • Module 6 - Fun Advanced Topics
      • 6.1 Creating Cube With CSS3
      • 6.2 Create A Avatar Profile Picture Effect
      • 6.3 Create A Speech Bubble In Comment List
      • 6.4 Create A Headline Backgroung Effect

Additional information

  • What is this course about?

    Complete web Design Suite is a comprehensive training program that entails all the vital programming and mark up languages for developing websites comprising of high-quality interactive features and design a website in Photoshop. As designing website in Photoshop helps in identifying the target audience better and design the website around their comfort, organizations across the world seek trained professionals.

    This program provides training on a series of server-side and client-side programming languages and techniques to develop websites that are more responsive to the audience, thereby generating greater user engagement. The programming languages covered here are highly scalable and can be used with great ease while creating web applications, writing codes and in serving web pages.

    Using Photoshop for designing a website is one of the most efficient approaches to design a user friendly site. Here, Photoshop is used to design the layout and look of the website. This provides a better makes understanding of the effects and tools that give better results. Photoshop website designing enables easy editing of web pages, apply different effects, enhance photos and save time.

    Complete web Design Suite is comprehensive and can be taken up by both beginners as well as advanced learners. It is best suited for system engineers, mobile app developers, web application developers, software engineers and candidates with technical background.


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