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.
I’ve groped some guitar tabs for this beautiful kingdom song. And, I wanted to share them with you so enjoy playing it on your guitar!
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!
What are ISPs and DNSs? the Internet Backbone? IP addresses? Can we monitor the number of hops on a page request? How can you make your website load faster?
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.
“So, what do you want to do next–eat some lunch? buy something? or would you like go to the hotel right now?” How do you say these in Mandarin Chinese?
In the previous lesson, we have created our second model: projects model. But this time, you will create our third model in Django, blogs, on your own.