New Course Roundup: CSS Flexbox, GitHub, WordPress
Every week, new content is published to the growing Treehouse Library! Here is a short list of what was added the week of November 23, 2015.
CSS Flexbox Layout – Guil Hernandez
Flexbox is a set of CSS properties that give you a flexible way to lay out content. With flexbox you can change the direction, alignment, size and order of elements, regardless of their original size and order in the HTML. You can even stretch and shrink elements and distribute space, all with just a few lines of CSS!
WordPress Basics – Zac Gordon
This course gives an introduction to WordPress and how to use it. It offers practice in editing content, managing media and customizing WordPress with plugins and themes.
Share Your Projects with GitHub Desktop – Dave McFarland
GitHub is a major part of the daily workflow for many mobile, web and software developers. It provides a powerful, web-based tool for sharing code and working collaboratively with others on projects. In this workshop, you’ll learn the easiest way to get your projects on GitHub, using GitHub’s own desktop program. GitHub Desktop provides an easy-to-use visual interface for working with GitHub.
Hosting a Website with GitHub Pages – Guil Hernandez
GitHub provides a simple hosting solution called Github pages that lets others view your repository like any other website. Learn how to host your website, for free, on GitHub Pages.
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