In this lesson, I’ll show you how I did as I was creating the projects page. If you’re not done with the previous lesson, go back!
After doing the homepage, we’ll now be taking care of the projects page. In this lesson, I’ll give you the instructions for the projects page.
Are we going to hardcode each and every one of our hobbies in the HTML? No, we’ll be using for loop to show data from models.
In this lesson, you’re gonna learn how to put the ©Copyright symbol on your website’s footer and how to put the current year without changing it YEARLY!
In this lesson, we’ll add our greetings and email button to our website. This will be a clickable email button for our visitors.
In this lesson, we’re gonna be beautifying the NavBar by changing each button to the appropriate labels that we want, one step at a time.
In this lesson, we’ll save a lot of time designing our portfolio website using the album template from Bootstrap. I’ll show you how.
In this lesson, you’ll learn how to create pages in Django for our homepage. We’ll also have some changes on Projects for a better website!
There will be no coding involved in this lesson. However, it is important to know the difference between Back-End vs Front-End development.
Have you enjoyed creating the blog model that I told you to do first before coming to this lesson? This is how I did things to create the Blogs model in Django.