All the apocalyptic tips, terrible jokes, articles for your arsenal, 8 word zombie stories, and HTML tag reference published in Webpocalypse Weekly during the 2021 calendar year. Get it for free or pitch in a few bucks to help stop the apocalypse. Pay $2.99 and I’ll throw in Testing Zombie Weapons: An Intro to Debugging with Web Developer Tools. For $4.99 I’ll add all 2019 and 2020 content and for $6.99 get everything plus a cache of 12 articles I’ve professionally published in Smashing Magazine and CSS-Tricks.
In this video course, you’ll get an 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.
An Undead Institute HTML Reference DictionaryWhen you’re in the trenches fighting a zombie onslaught, you’ll need your weapons at your fingertips. This HTML element and global attribute reference book will keep your web development weapons sharp. Each entry contains a fun description, opening/closing tags, flow type, important attributes, related elements and example code.
Put those zombie fighting skills to the test with this workbook featuring skills you’ve learned in the first six books from the Undead Institute. You’ll build a website for PFC Wiggins’s Unofficial Commissary, a source of cheese, “meat” and other goods for humanity’s compulsory, post-apocalyptic armed forces. With nothing but your wits and web skills you’ll take the site from a blank page through creating a fully functional, responsive website.
Only available directly from the Undead Institute, we’ve got eight CSS cheat sheets that should help you put the hurt on the horde even faster. Cheat sheets include 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
– 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
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.
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, Intermediate CSS: Zombie in a Cocktail Dress, Responsive Design: An Undead Introduction to Mobile Web Development. Plus the HTML & CSS cheatsheets, PFC Wiggins’s Unofficial Commissary: An HTML & CSS Workbook, and an intro to web developer tools.