Throughout this course, Per Brogan uses his own Scrimba editor to build his lessons. I have been using VSS so as to avoid paying a fee. Per often links to various files already in his Scrimba Explorer option. For example, there is blog.html; styles.css; various picture images; etc. Within most modules, he enters links to these files but it’s rarely mentioned or revealed what’s actually included in each file. That limits the instructional value of the whole five hour program. It also greatly increases the time I am forced to take in order to create my own “fake” files that mirror Per’s Scimba actual files. It reminds me of higher level math classes in college taught for a day or two by substitute teachers who won’t or just can’t explain the full processes. Eventually after class questioning, they’d excuse their lack of ability to teach by informing students that we had better ask the “real instructor” when he or she returns. When that happened, I always felt like Charlie Brown doing his slow burn in Peanuts. LinkedIn lessons always include similar and necessary add-ins. They however provide the files via free downloads within each class. Perhaps I am missing something? Please advise.
what tutorial are you asking about? I can’t find a tutorial of this title
if you don’t find yourself with a tutorial, you can always do a different one
In answer to your response, here is the address and how I discovered it as taken from FreeCodeCamp Learn HTML and CSS from the CEO of Scrimba
From Quincy Larson’s weekly suggestions
"Here are this week’s five links that are worth your time:
- freeCodeCamp just published an HTML & CSS for Beginners course, where you learn by coding along at home and building 5 projects. It’s taught by experienced software engineer and tech CEO Per Borgan. This course will teach you about Text Elements, the CSS Box Model, Chrome Devtools, Document Structure, and more. (5 hour YouTube course): Learn HTML and CSS from the CEO of Scrimba
I spent quite a bit of time and effort with this and continuing on to another site is really not the answer. As I mentioned in my original remarks,
the substitute teachers would excuse their lack of ability to teach by informing students that we had better ask the “real instructor” when he or she returns. When that happened, I always felt like Charlie Brown doing his slow burn in Peanuts.
Please let me know if you have found this specific offering and now have a helpful answer. Or perhaps you might kick my email “upstairs” for a more supportive response? Thanks so very much!
I clicked on the video you mentioned and found the github repo which includes all of the files.
Now you should be able to download the files you need without creating your own.
Thank you oh so very much! A wonderful and real answer from a wonderful and real lady. You have no idea how much I appreciate your help. Where do I send flowers or are chocolates better?
Hi Jessica, I have another question regarding the now available scrimba adds for vsc in per brogan’s training: I’ve completed his HTML and now move into CSS. That means starting a new workbook in vsc. Since you’ve shown me where to find his css.styles, index.html, jpg images for each of his projects, how do I copy them into vsc? What I’ve found researching on various sites seems way more involved than it should be. But I’ve attempted copy/paste and that doesn’t work either. Help or advise please. Mucho gusto. Rob
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