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  • Ifram Source Control Not Working
    Hi Dan. I tested this by pasting my source code into an online HTML tool on w3schools.com and by saving the code as an html file and opening it in Edge and it displayed properly in both locations. It seems to be limited to something with my BookStack instance, but I cannot narrow in on what. - Source: Reddit / 1 day ago
  • I'm currently in the interview process for a Jr. Full Stack Developer position, and I was given this take-home test that has me on the verge of pulling my hair out.
    I think that this is actually a good example of the day-to-day work of a Frontend-dev. I personally would expect a junior to have the basic knowledge he needs to solve the problem. As a timed test I think this could be too hard because even though I have 3+ years of experience in the area, I often have to look up things, because I do not know exactly what a certain function is called etc. But because you can take... - Source: Reddit / 7 days ago
  • <br> tag
    I use w3schools.com a lot as well as mdnweb docs. They use different styles. - Source: Reddit / 15 days ago
  • How can I define a second paragraph style and use it in the WYSIWYG-editor? I want a P1 and P2, just like I have H1, H2 etc.
    There are TONS of resources online for learning CSS. I'm partial to w3schools.com myself but you can easily search online for whatever you need. - Source: Reddit / 17 days ago
  • You have a $500 budget to spend on learning resources. How do you spend it?
    Honestly just learn for free. Paid courses can be on and off, some can be really useful and others can be a whole load of nothing. FreeCodeCamp is incredible and really feels like a premium experience as well as W3 Schools. From my experience I’ve tried many courses and subscription services for courses but in the end I always end up reverting back to the free material, its just better for some reason. - Source: Reddit / 20 days ago
  • I am terrible at css, but my employer has too much expectation
    Https://w3schools.com helped me learn a lot. It’s not as technically up-to-date as some places but it’s easy to follow and broken into small easily-searchable pieces. - Source: Reddit / 25 days ago
  • is this normal or am I just slow?
    Try this resource: https://w3schools.com. - Source: Reddit / about 1 month ago
  • Hey, I want to create an AI that develops Websites, do you have good resources to start learning?
    Well... I guess you start by learning how web development works. Start with the w3schools.com . - Source: Reddit / about 1 month ago
  • Windows Print Report Feature
    For a total novice, with very limited HTML knowledge but computer mind set, it probably, using the documentation, reverse coding the demo, and using w3schools.com about a 4 hour learning curve. Which IMO is not a long time to learn and code HTML Tables. - Source: Reddit / about 1 month ago
  • Hi guys, I am interviewing as a project manager for a E-Com company and I have a few questions for web developers
    Try w3schools.com for a quick explanation of SQL basics. - Source: Reddit / about 1 month ago
  • I have a few youtube tutorials and websites to choose from to learn c++. Which one is the best?
    So, I suppose you can rule w3schools.com out. - Source: Reddit / 2 months ago
  • How do i become a web developer on the dark web?
    This was light satirical and actually is even correct, but I want to reply with the right answer: Learning how to become a Webdeveloper on Tor doesn't change the way you learn it on the clearnet. You can watch some YouTube Tutorials as a starter, maybe do some more searches and visit https://w3schools.com to learn more about functionalities about JS or PHP and when you suddenly do search for bug fixes on Google... - Source: Reddit / 2 months ago
  • 26, all I've done is push carts, feel like I'm at a dead end.
    There are options. A lot of people have mentioned trade work. Welders make good money and its inexpensive to get the training. You could look to get in at a machine shop sweeping floors and learn OTJ. I know everyone screamed 'learn to code' to everyone awhile back, but if you have any proclivity for math at all (and just algebra, no fancy math necessary) then I would recommend w3schools.com (free) and odin project. - Source: Reddit / 3 months ago
  • comp 3611 assignment 3 triggers?
    Good to hear. As a general tip, I don't treat the texts in TRU OL courses as my main source of "how to" info. Using online resources such as geeksforgeeks (for basic introductions) or stackoverflow, etc will help you understand concepts better. For individual functions/build in methods and so on I like tutorialspoint.com or w3schools.com. For instance in COMP 2211 I barely used the texts, I mainly just made sure I... - Source: Reddit / 3 months ago
  • Web Development: Where to start
    I would 100% start my web development journey at websites built with beginners in mind. Example https://w3schools.com/ is the perfect place to start your web development journey. - Source: dev.to / 3 months ago
  • Best remote IT job
    Go to w3schools.com and just learn it all on your own. Not affiliated with them just a good free tool I use. Google everything. Learning how to learn stuff is huge - OSINT is a nice keyword imo. - Source: Reddit / 3 months ago
  • ANY TIPS AND TRICKS? DO YOU KNOW ANY SOURCES?
    Freecodecamp.org (and their youtube channel) Theodinproject.com w3schools.com. - Source: Reddit / 3 months ago
  • Frustrated because I can'd do shit in this language and I have an exam in a couple of days.
    w3schools.com Start at the beginning. Seriously. Step by step. - Source: Reddit / 3 months ago
  • beginner programmer resources and help on what to learn to be ready for build season?
    You shouldn't need much prior knowledge, a good team should teach you as you go. If you want to prep a bit watch some java videos, and use websites like w3schools.com to learn some java basics. - Source: Reddit / 4 months ago
  • QA automation resources
    You have to learn a programming language first like JavaScript. w3schools.com has nice tutorials on Java Script. With zero experience it may take 1 month (of 100% focus) or 3 to 6 months (with about an hour a day) to become proficient in Java Script when starting from 0. - Source: Reddit / 4 months ago
  • REPOST OF: How to learn ___. Where can I learn ___? Should I learn to code? - Basics FAQ
    Most coding languages can be learned at W3Schools or CodeAcademy. Those are just 2 of the most popular places. If you know of others, feel free to post them in the comments below and I will edit this post to include them and credit you. :). - Source: Reddit / 4 months ago

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