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Boston PHP Message Board HTML5 Brunch, Season 7 › Module 7: CSS Essential Training 1

Module 7: CSS Essential Training 1

Gene B.
Boston, MA
Post #: 3,948

Welcome to the Module 7: CSS Essential Training 1 discussion area for Become a Front-End Web Developer. Once you have reviewed Module 7: CSS Essential Training 1, and completed the suggested exercises, please click "Add a reply" and post a link to your work along with any comments and observations.

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Gregory G.
user 189857594
Belmont, MA
Post #: 21
have completed both CSS 1 and CSS 2 training modules, currently working on Javascript.
Gene B.
Boston, MA
Post #: 3,949
@Greg -- Nice work leading the pack.
Michael L.
Boston, MA
Post #: 86
I have completed Module 7.

Edit: I went back and created a test project to follow along with the instructor as she created her resume page. I've uploaded the results to my new GitHub repo.
Thomas N.
user 214272688
Boston, MA
Post #: 7
completed css essential part 1
-nice delivery (liked the simple approach and integrating the coding part with the academic part)
-provided enough details to get started.
-understand why module reviewed html, but probably should inform people to skip ,good reminders anyway.
-...on to part 2!
Gene B.
Boston, MA
Post #: 3,954
@Thomas -- Sharing your work, like @Mike, is good practice and a good habit to get into. Nice work keeping pace both of you.
Laura B
user 216781672
Boston, MA
Post #: 9
Good morning everyone,

Wow - I am still playing catch up after my bout with pneumonia.

Ok, I am done with this module, but I also confess that instead of moving forward I went a little backwards to module 3. I had planned to do this anyway, because it has tons of great information, and I wanted to condense my notes from the chapters (my version of cheat sheets).


Gene B.
Boston, MA
Post #: 3,988
@Laura -- Nice work. I like the idea of cheat sheets. Even the Boston Symphony Orchestra uses them!

Denise L.
user 11388242
Dedham, MA
Post #: 56
i completed module 7, css essential training 1, and added certificate to my linked in profile

also added my sample resume project to my github page
Gene B.
Boston, MA
Post #: 4,074
@Denise -- Life! I'll send out an update this weekend to all letting them know we'll continue to march forward into the fall. Nice work.
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