Build Something Cool! And Share!
script.js, and reference it like this:
If you have any issues that you can’t seem to get your head around, Google the error or spend some time debugging! Look for what works and what doesn’t. Try to isolate where the bug is coming from. I don’t think there’s a single error or bug I’ve come across that someone on Stack Overflow hasn’t already answered. Fixing your own mistakes and bugs leads to understanding, so go down that road, understand it, and debug! You’ll only become a great developer if you can debug, because even the best developers make mistakes—they just know how to find them and fix them. :)
Now it’s your turn to build something cool, and fun, and awesome. Or just test things out, mess around, and geek out. Use JS Fiddle or Code Pen for shorter snippets. Use Github and Github pages to publish bigger projects and sites. Also, Surge is a really cool tool for publishing static front-end sites with the command line (I like those most). If you feel like showing off, bragging, or asking questions, tweet at me! I’m @mr_r_a on Twitter. I’d love to see what you’ve made, and I’ll gladly share your projects with my Twitter world.
– Learn jQuery: A Fun and Simple Introduction!
– Hand-Coding Your First Website: HTML and CSS Basics
– Rich Armstrong
Freelance Product Designer
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