CSS – we’re breaking up now.

Hello there my lovely readers.

In my last entry I mentioned we were working with CSS in our “RIA” class.
On Wednesday we delivered the final result, and I can show you what my stylesheet looked like during the process.

So this is how the html pages I was in charge of, looked like when I first started out..

So this is how the html pages I was in charge of, looked like when I first started out with CSS! PRETTY? Erhm :D

As you can see, it’s not very pretty. I started out playing around with colors basically, and I spent a lot of time on w3schools.com reading and testing out different things. Cyanine was a lot better at testing things out on her own pages, and did a lot of different stylesheets. Karl Jørgen has a lot of experience building websites and playing with CSS so he did his thing very quickly. I hate to visualize things, so my way of working was more directed towards learning things through the W3-tutorials than actually trying things out on my own pages. When I realized what I wanted to do with my page, I started to fill in “the blanks” to create what I envisioned MIGHT look cool. In the end all our stylesheets turned out pretty great and we are very proud of ourselves ;)

My stylesheet. Quite girly, if I have to say so. Maybe I do have some girly-skillpoints attached to my personality after all?

My stylesheet. Quite girly, if I have to say so. Maybe I do have some girly-skillpoints attached to my personality after all? Sorry, page is in Norwegian! My header title is just for fun by the way, we don’t really call ourselves the aristocratic trifecta. But it does sound posh!!

A lot of creds to the people that created all the free stuff I found on the big web. (Background and header pattern, baroque-victorian-style icons)

I learned that HTML and CSS can be pretty fun, and I kinda regret that I haven’t bothered to learn this before. Why do I have to be so stubborn and lazy? Why? WHY?

Working class heroes! Oh well, except Karl Jørgen who's taking a break to read about Eurovision (Norway) gossip ;D

Working class heroes! Oh well, except Karl Jørgen who’s taking a break to read about Eurovision (Norway) gossip ;D

This week we started on PHP, a programming language that has been called “simple” and “easy to learn”. Well I hate it and I don’t understand a sh**! I’ve spent like 6 hours trying to learn how to code the English days over to Norwegian. I got it right today though but it still pisses me off. I kinda miss C#, even though it’s also a pain to learn and figure out.

I’m aware that this isn’t actually game-related in any way but it’s part of our education so I kinda have to blog about this. We’re all excited to see what our project-class have in store for us but that’s not until the midst of March. So hang in there! We are!! :)

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