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5 WordPress CMS Plugins You Should Know About - Small Business Trends

5 WordPress CMS Plugins You Should Know About - Small Business Trends | Web Design | Scoop.it
A website’s back end or CMS (Content Management System) is its backbone. Without the administrat...
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Miranda Mulligan: Want to produce hirable grads, journalism schools? Teach them to code

Miranda Mulligan: Want to produce hirable grads, journalism schools? Teach them to code | Web Design | Scoop.it
The executive director of Northwestern's Knight News Innovation Lab says j-schools need to teach students to be open-minded about their skills — and that means learning at least the basics of programming.
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Don’t just teach skills, train young journalists to be lifelong learners | Mindy McAdams | Nieman Journalism Lab

Don’t just teach skills, train young journalists to be lifelong learners | Mindy McAdams | Nieman Journalism Lab | Web Design | Scoop.it

After spending about five hours learning how to scrape a web page for data using Python, I had a small epiphany. First I thought: “Man, I’m so glad I’m working through how to do this, so I can boil it down to the essentials for my students.”

 

My next thought: “There’s something wrong with that idea.”

 

I’ve been teaching journalism students how to make things that work online for more than 10 years, so I’ve spent some time figuring out ways to introduce them to industry best practices for programming, animation, and web design. Most journalism students are not very eager to learn those things. And why not?

 

Most of them chose journalism because they like to write. Anything that involves HTML, CSS, code, or programming makes many of them almost shut down, shrink away, move toward the door. We have all kinds of challenges in journalism education, but this one is front and center, right now. It’s not just students’ avoidance of things perceived to be somehow math-related. It’s also:

 

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Convert a Website into a Responsive Website

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Convert a Website into a Responsive Website (#New: Convert a Website into a Responsive Website http://t.co/cvEMUNIr #Webdesign #Webdevelopment #HTML #CSS #Code #Programming #Responsive...)...

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The future is written in Javascript

There are a lot of programming languages, but there is only one that runs in your web browser, and that’s Javascript. Ruby, Java, C#, Python, PHP and dozens more are used to write software for the web but in the end they all produce HTML and Javascript, and HTML is not a programming language. That means that there’s only one programming language for the web, and that’s Javascript.

If you’re writing software for the web, you’re programming in Javascript, it’s just a matter of how many layers of “comfort zone” there is between you and your application.


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Back to School: The Evolution of Journalism Education » Nieman Journalism Lab » Pushing to the Future of Journalism

Back to School: The Evolution of Journalism Education  »  Nieman Journalism Lab » Pushing to the Future of Journalism | Web Design | Scoop.it
A collaborative effort to figure out the future of journalism. A project of Harvard University.
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Mindy McAdams: Don’t just teach skills, train young journalists to be lifelong learners

Mindy McAdams: Don’t just teach skills, train young journalists to be lifelong learners | Web Design | Scoop.it
Journalism school students often choose the field because they like writing. So getting them to code requires more than instruction — it takes convincing.
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Secret Tips For Fabulous Web Development

Secret Tips For Fabulous Web Development | Web Design | Scoop.it

Developers start with their Web development task with HTML programming language. Different types of tools are available for every professional to utilize at the time of creating fabulous website. However, the basics of web development would be image editing and text editor software.


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More than 5 top quality free HTML web page editors

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It is a known fact that HTML and CSS is the easiest programming language to learn. To learn and run a HTML or CSS code you do not need the help of any extra software or compiler, a notepad or any b...

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lynda.com Training | HTML5 Projects: Creating a Responsive Presentation

lynda.com Training | HTML5 Projects: Creating a Responsive Presentation | Web Design | Scoop.it
HTML 5 training | lynda.com (Learn to create an HTML5 slideshow to embed on webpages. Display your artwork, photography, or other content.
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