wow great tutorial !!
Awesome! Thank you so much!
how come all professors use mac?
Is there a high-def version of this video? The code is unreadable.
I love these videos! Thank You!
Great Video! wish the code was readable though…I look forward to the
@rax7 mac really is more convenient in everyday use than linux or windows.
This shows in tiny differences as e.g. text selection functionality,
preconfigured ubiquitous interoperability of applications, active screen
@rax7 because steve jobbs has convinced everyone that white plastic is
hipper, more expensive, and more user-friendly than black or gray plastic.
its a lie. plastic is plastic, and therefore steve jobbs is more “the man”
and consequently less hip than bill gates
Please – please please … Put it up in HD – please !
@dpkpsal This course was unfortunately not recorded HD.
“DO WE HAVE INTERNET ACCESS?” “if we use this laptop.” “IF WE USE THAT
LAPTOP” ” . . its windows” “OH GEEZ . . .” “we can do it” lol, mac-heads.
This series is wonderful! I’m a highschool student in an independent study
and this series is such a great resource. Thank you very much!
where i can find the full course ? it very useful
I think u might get hd from iTunesU
i wish i could learn some of this
Your Video Is Very Useful Sharing Introduction to Web Technologies and HTML
Your Video Is Very Useful Sharing Ben Galbraith provides a general
introduction to HTML and CSS. Dion Almaer then shares some examples of CSS
what you need hd, Is that not easy to watch.
Definitely gonna subscribe!!
because Apple encourages it by giving them “Academic” discounts … so that
students see them using a Mac and then they buy one — in other words they
pay them (indirectly) to advertise for them … plus a lot of Academics
aren’t too tech-savvy so they need something that’s simple to use …
he should have animated the Box Model and show/explained quickly each area
(content, padding, border, margin) separately … showing it all at once
makes it look overly complex … it’s not
Its hard to read the video screen, any chance there’s an HD version?
Thanks for Tutorial StanfordUniversity!! :D
video is not clear at all….
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