Learning CSS

Last Updated March 21, 2017

Now that you know HTML, CSS is where the real magic is. CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheets. It tells HTML how your file should look (the appearance and formatting)—like I said, the magic.

Becoming Proficient in Sass

Last Updated February 24, 2017

Sass stands for Syntactically Awesome Style Sheets. If you look at the language’s homepage, it claims that “Sass is the most mature, stable, and powerful professional grade CSS extension language in the world.” One thing is for sure, it’s sped up my workflow. By the end of this course, it should do the same for you.

Getting Started with JavaScript and jQuery

Last Updated October 20, 2016

HTML gives your page structure and content. CSS styles your page, making it look pretty. JavaScript handles interactivity. Out of the 3, it’s the “fun” one.

Getting Started with HTML

Last Updated September 27, 2016

When you’re just getting started with front end development, this is the place to start: learning HTML. We’ll get into (1) what is HTML, anyway? and (2) all the elements within HTML and what they do (don’t worry, there’s only a couple of dozen tags, and even then, I rarely use some of them.)


Last Updated August 25, 2016

Want to take your workflow to the next level? Tighten up your systems? Speed up your processes? See how the workflows I’ve put in place allow me to do custom development work in less than time than modifying an existing theme.