Understand the two major structural elements of HTML — the body and the head — and how they work together to display the content of web pages and tell both browsers and visitors about the page and its topic. Plus find out how Webflow handles these two aspects and gives you control over them.
In this GIMP tutorial, I’ll show you how to design a website using this free and powerful photo manipulation program. This design is useful for front-end web designers or graphic designers who want to design a website, home page, or landing page to send off to a developer. This tutorial uses GIMP 2.9.8, which is the latest version of GIMP, also called the “Development Version.”
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Download the images used in this tutorial free from Pixabay (always run downloads with a virus scanner):
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Download the .XCF (native GIMP file format) GIMP Website Template used in this tutorial (includes guide placement)
GIMP 2.9.8 and Above:
GIMP 2.8.22 and Below:
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This in-depth tutorial is perfect for all skill levels! You’ll learn a variety of techniques, while using tons of tools and features found in GIMP. Some examples include working with layers, importing images, using layer masks, using guides to design your site within Twitter bootstrap (a standard and popular layout style for websites), using the text tool, using the gradient tool, and more!
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In this video, you will learn how to create a website using HTML and CSS. This video will help you to quickly create a rough skeleton or a layout for your website which you can improve by adding more CSS. Knowing the basics of HTML and CSS is always going to help you in web designing process even if you were to create webpages using dedicated web designing tools.
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We’ve covered a lot of Python in the last 4 tutorials. Today, we’re going to use everything we’ve learned so far to build a dynamic website with Python. This relies on everything taught in the previous lessons, so if you’ve never used Python, don’t skip them!
Graphic design tutorial for beginners, are you tired in learning Photoshop tricks without understanding how to apply the software to real design? Or maybe you just want to understand what really is design and how can you become a real designer? Design goes way beyond software and there is a lot of theory behind it. In this lesson, you’ll learn the basics needed to create amazing and real design.
In this lesson, you won’t need any sort of equipment or specific software. “Why? Isn’t design just Photoshop?”. By understanding the process behind what real designers do and understand, you will also be able to see what makes good design. Why is that logo appealing? Why does that poster grab my attention? How is it that I can understand that ad, even though nothing is written on it? After participating in this lesson, you’ll finally understand more of design and gain the ability to see the world in a different way.
The first part of our video course covering responsive Adobe Muse CC. In this part, we will learn how to set up our Adobe Muse project and what each option means. We will also take a quick look at the website we will be making and plan our project accordingly.
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