Learn How To Build Your Fist Web Site Today in easy to follow step by step processes.
This book presents the subject in an easy to follow step by step process, building on the previous steps as you go using an example project to work with so you can practice what you have learned in each section.
I have kept it simple and fun but with enough information so you can understand what is going on. This way you will have enough knowledge to go on to build your own web sites.
You will learn to build your own custom web site that would cost you about $500 to a $1000 to have someone else build it for you. When you have finished your first web site you can go on building more web sites with what you have learned in this book.. I know there are plenty of free web site building sites on the Internet, but as is the case in most circumstances you get what you pay for. They don't give you the freedom to do what you want to do and they have their advertising on your site.
You can say I Did It My Way!
With this process the simple steps show you how easy it really is to build your own web site.
You will learn how to build Simple Neat and Effective Web Sites.
You will learn how to set up a basic template system to reuse to easily build web sites with a lot less effort.
Some of the topics covered
Getting Started with the Basics.
Building Structure Over the Basic Framework.
Using CSS to Style Your Web Site.
Adding Content to Your Web Site.
Uploading to Your Hosting Server.
Adding Finishing Touches To your Web Site.
You don't need to have any previous knowledge of HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language) or CSS ( Cascading Style Sheets). I will explain what these as we progress with our project and how we will use them to create your web site, as they are the basis for all web sites no matter how small or large.
You will need to know how to use a computer, how to install programs, how to create a new file and other basics like these, but I will be keeping it simple to understand all the way through.
All the code used in this book can be downloaded so you can check you work against the examples I give in the book. There is a link at the end of the book.
As we work through this project you will learn good working practices and how you can turn this project into a basic set of template files you can reuse on your next project and more!
Get your copy now and start having fun building your first web site today!
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“[A] meticulous and elliptical critique . . . a forceful Counter-Reformation against the more heretical proclamations of posthumanism.” —Dominic Pettman, author of Peak Libido: Sex, Ecology, and the Collapse of Desire
According to scholars of the nonhuman turn, the scandal of theory lies in its failure to decenter the human. The real scandal, however, is that we keep trying.
The human has become a conspicuous blind spot for many theorists seeking to extend hospitality to animals, plants, and even insentient things. The displacement of the human is essential and urgent, yet given the humanist presumption that animals lack a number of allegedly unique human capacities, such as language, reason, and awareness of mortality, we ought to remain cautious about laying claim to any power to eradicate anthropocentrism altogether. Such a power risks becoming yet another self-accredited capacity thanks to which the human reaffirms its sovereignty through its supposed erasure.
Monkey Trouble argues that the turn toward immanence in contemporary posthumanism promotes a cosmocracy that absolves one from engaging in those discriminatory decisions that condition hospitality as such. Engaging with recent theoretical developments in speculative realism and object-oriented ontology, as well as ape and parrot language studies, the book offers close readings of literary works by J.M. Coetzee, Charles Chesnutt, and Walt Whitman and films by Alfonso Cuarón and Lars von Trier.
Anthropocentrism, Peterson argues, cannot be displaced through a logic of reversal that elevates immanence above transcendence, horizontality over verticality. This decentering must cultivate instead a human/nonhuman relationality that affirms the immanent transcendency spawned by our phantasmatic humanness.
?Guides readers toward the road less consumptive, offering practical advice and moral support while making a convincing case that individual actions . . . do matter.” ?Elizabeth Royte, author, Garbage Land and BottlemaniaLike many people, Beth Terry didn’t think an individual could have much impact on the environment. But while laid up after surgery, she read an article about the staggering amount of plastic polluting the oceans, and decided then and there to kick her plastic habit. In Plastic-Free, she shows you how you can too, providing personal anecdotes, stats about the environmental and health problems related to plastic, and individual solutions and tips on how to limit your plastic footprint.Presenting both beginner and advanced steps, Terry includes handy checklists and tables for easy reference, ways to get involved in larger community actions, and profiles of individuals?Plastic-Free Heroes?who have gone beyond personal solutions to create change on a larger scale. Fully updated for the paperback edition, Plastic-Free also includes sections on letting go of eco-guilt, strategies for coping with overwhelming problems, and ways to relate to other people who aren’t as far along on the plastic-free path. Both a practical guide and the story of a personal journey from helplessness to empowerment, Plastic-Free is a must-read for those concerned about the ongoing health and happiness of themselves, their children, and the planet.
Stories of the dot-com boom—from everyone but the techies. “A raw look into the lives of residents bearing the brunt of gentrification.” —HuffPost No shuttle buses here: De-Bug, a new collection of true stories from the social justice organization of the same name, shows a side of working in Silicon Valley that you won’t read about in the business section. As tech moguls land the cover of Forbes, the South Bay’s working class is making ends meet as metal scrappers, factory workers, club bouncers, hairstylists, rickshaw drivers, ice cream cart pushers. The stories in De-Bug are poignant, often very funny accounts of bootstrapping in the land of angel investors and thought leaders. A construction worker predicts which of his customers are about to strike it rich and which are on the edge of bankruptcy based on the states of their swimming pools. A “secondhand hustler” travels the garage sale-flea market circuit in search of treasures to resell online. A temp worker at a medical device manufacturer sells his blood, at the company’s request, to test the equipment. These storytellers are frank when discussing their own flaws, but are equally up-front about the rigged system in which they operate. Disruptive in the truest sense of the word, De-Bug offers valuable insight into California’s latest boomtown.“Silicon Valley’s less-noticed denizens show an unexpected knack for grace, wit, and survival.” —Kentaro Toyama, author of Geek Heresy“If you truly want to know Silicon Valley, in all of its complexity, then De-Bug is a must-read.” —Tomás Jiménez, associate professor of sociology, Stanford University
From the bestselling author of The Vagina Monologues and one of Newsweek's 150 Women Who Changed the World, a visionary memoir of separation and connection—to the body, the self, and the world
Playwright, author, and activist Eve Ensler has devoted her life to the female body—how to talk about it, how to protect and value it. Yet she spent much of her life disassociated from her own body—a disconnection brought on by her father's sexual abuse and her mother's remoteness. "Because I did not, could not inhabit my body or the Earth," she writes, "I could not feel or know their pain."
But Ensler is shocked out of her distance. While working in the Congo, she is shattered to encounter the horrific rape and violence inflicted on the women there. Soon after, she is diagnosed with uterine cancer, and through months of harrowing treatment, she is forced to become first and foremost a body—pricked, punctured, cut, scanned. It is then that all distance is erased. As she connects her own illness to the devastation of the earth, her life force to the resilience of humanity, she is finally, fully—and gratefully—joined to the body of the world.
Unflinching and inspiring, Ensler's In the Body of the World calls on us all to embody our connection to and responsibility for the world.A Macmillan Audio production.
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