You’ve heard of a zombie only a mother could love, well this is a joke book only a dad could love. Well him and all those with refined tastes in fatherly humor. You’ll laugh, cry and definitely groan (or is it moan?) at these original, zombie-themed jokes from the braaains behind the Undead Institute.
The layout apocalypse is over. With CSS Grid, Flexbox, and Columns you can design and build complex layouts that respond to screens of all sizes.
We’ll discuss not only these layout techniques, but how they can be enhanced with writing direction agnostic properties, making the internationalization of your layout that much easier.
Nothing takes down zombies like an HTML element on the move. You’ll learn how to trigger transitions and then how to create a more complex movements, color changes and more using keyframes, easing functions, delays, and durations. So take those static zombie poking sites and turn them into zombie smacking tanks of human ingenuity.
Covering such apocalyptic topics as CSS shapes, blend modes, filters, gradients, counters and much more, this guide to smacking down zombies will take your CSS skills from afternoon luxury to evening gown elegance. Sharpen your skills to a razor edge and be ready for the apocalypse
Only available directly from the Undead Institute, we’ve got nine cheatsheets that should help you put the hurt on the horde even faster. Cheatsheets include the most useful and used HTML tags, CSS Text Properties, Color Keywords, CSS Animation, Modern CSS Layout, CSS Gradients/Filters/Blend Modes, Responsive Design, CSS Specificity, and CSS Content & HTML Entities.
Includes the books
– More Advanced CSS: Zombie in a Ballgown
– CSS Animation: De-animating the Undead Horde
– Modern CSS Layout: Decking Zombies with Style
Includes the books
– HTML5 Forms & Interactive Elements: Or How to Poke a Zombie in the Eye
– Advanced CSS: Zombie in a Cocktail Dress
– Responsive Design: An Undead Introduction to Mobile Web Development
Includes the books
– A Beginner’s Guide to Learning HTML (and Smacking Zombies Upside the Web Development)
– Beginner CSS: Like Putting Lipstick on a Zombie
– Beginner Usability: A Novice’s Guide to Zombie Proofing Your Website
Nothing stops zombies better than HTML5 forms and interactive elements (not even a shotgun or a harsh talking to from their mother). These HTML5 tags are engaging, helpful and don’t require complicated coding. In short they’re like a bazooka to a shotgun, taking down zombies with ease, flair, and panache.
This book covers the gap between code and design, the things zombies hope you won’t learn, usability. It’s how a user interacts with your site and whether they can find the information they came looking for or complete the task they set out to do. Better maintenance and better usability both lead to less crying and fewer zombies. That’s a win and a delayed apocalypse for everyone!
(and Smacking Zombies Upside the Web Development)Only your web skills can save the planet from the apocalyptic hordes. You’ll learn the major HTML elements, how use them and how to punch zombies in the HTML5. You’ll learn the structure of a web page, how to mark up text, how to wrangle attributes, and ways to embed media. By the time you’re done you’ll know how to build your own web page and kick zombies in the throat with your skills.
When you take websites from skeletal HTML structures to fleshed out CSS beauties they’ll take out twice the zombies per site. You’ll learn all the major zombie-fighting CSS skills like how to set colors, change fonts, create backgrounds, use the CSS box-model, move elements around and build two column layouts with floats and positioning. Your webpages will never again be as drab as a zombie’s thought processes again.
Level up your zombie-stomping CSS skills. The more zombie butt you kick the better it is for the human race, so once you have a basic understanding of CSS, this book will take your zombie butt kicking to a whole new level. We’ll discuss specificity wars, pseudo classes, pseudo elements, how to kick zombies in the @font-face, CSS operators, attribute selectors, and how to take your styles to a whole new medium entirely: print.
Whether you write for a living or blog here and there, knowing HTML and CSS can help you stand out in the post-apocalyptic landscape of the Internet. This course will expand your HTML and CSS knowledge and help you kill zombies wherever they may appear.
In this video class, you’ll get a quick intro to both HTML and CSS and look at the tags and styles that matter most for enhancing your writing for the web (and/or killing zombies). You’ll gain the confidence to hand code basic structures, handle weird code from Word, spice up your pull-quotes and dive deeper into code that enhances the presentation of your writing.
Zombies can attack anytime and anywhere. With responsive design you’ll build one website to stop them all.You’ll learn how responsive design works, why it’s a great option, how media queries can change your page, what the viewport meta tag does, what to do about images and other media, and a horde of best practices for making your website awesome no matter what screen it displays on.
Get six books for 25% off the cover price! Includes A Beginner’s Guide to Learning HTML (and Smacking Zombies Upside the Web Development), Beginner CSS: Like Putting Lipstick on a Zombie, Beginner Usability: A Novice’s Guide to Zombie Proofing Your Website, HTML5 Forms & Interactive Elements: Or How to Poke a Zombie in the Eye, Advanced CSS: Zombie in a Cocktail Dress, Responsive Design: An Undead Introduction to Mobile Web Development
Includes A Beginner’s Guide to Learning HTML (and Smacking Zombies Upside the Web Development), Beginner CSS: Like Putting Lipstick on a Zombie, Beginner Usability: A Novice’s Guide to Zombie Proofing Your Website, HTML5 Forms & Interactive Elements: Or How to Poke a Zombie in the Eye, Advanced CSS: Zombie in a Cocktail Dress, Responsive Design: An Undead Introduction to Mobile Web Development. Plus nine cheatsheets, case study instructions, and an intro to web developer tools.