Build a responsive website with HTML & CSS | Part 11: Fixing the footer



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20 thoughts on “Build a responsive website with HTML & CSS | Part 11: Fixing the footer

  1. That was incredibly helpful, Kevin, to see the whole process from start to finish.

    I'm about to start re-implementation of a (mostly) static site from 2007. I don't want to drag in any CSS that I don't fully understand, so no frameworks etc., just hand-coded functional CSS and HTML. You've given me what I need to be able to start the project with some confidence. Thank you very much.

  2. Hey Kevin, This has been a fantastic series thank you so much because I've learned so much from you during this series. But I have one question are you going to do the form validation or the integration of it?

  3. Although am not that bad at html and css but watching this series to get to know the best practices, Kevin can you also please turn this template into a production ready website with webpack?

  4. Please tell how can we learn from tutorials like this

    Should we watch it and then try to code on our own? Should we code differently? Please explain this Thanks if you have time

    Anyone can reply

  5. thinking about class names and writing css in a separate file looks so inefficient after getting used to tailwind it's actually mind blowing. It takes waaay too much time once the css file starts to grow

  6. I don't know if I'm just not comfortable enough with grid. But I would have done this site using Flexbox. Is there a reason you choose grid as your primary layout tool over flexbox?

  7. Hi Kevin ! I've been a student of yours for learning css from past few months. To be honest, your way of teaching and making complex things simpler is just awesome. I have a quick question. Is there any way to open up your html file in multiple browsers at the same time in vs code? For the purpose of testing each?

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