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The purpose of this blog is to provide readers with information on HTML as well as answers to frequently asked questions. The content is written in a professional tone that does not include slang or abbreviations. The content is for beginning and intermediate level readers who are looking for accurate information on HTML.
This blog focuses on a variety of topics, from basic coding using Figma, to more advanced topics such as responsive design.
The content includes links to other resources and tutorials.
I’ve been doing web development for over 5 years now. When I first started, it was magic; It seemed so simple how a few lines of code could create a beautiful website. Now that I’ve been doing this for so long, I started to understand the fundamentals of HTML and see a pattern in the way websites are built.
I wrote this blog post to help others get started on their journey as well as answer some frequently asked questions about HTML.
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In today’s world, a website is a necessity if you want to be taken seriously as an individual or business. Websites allow you to create your own personal space on the internet that can be used for a variety of purposes, including advertising products and services.
The process of building a website used to be difficult and complex, but with modern technology, it’s gotten easier over time. There are many different tools available for building websites that let you create beautiful designs without needing any programming knowledge (although it can help). One of the most effective tools for creating web pages is the open source HTML editor called Figma.
The tool is useful because it has plenty of features and functions which make designing websites easy, even if you don’t know how to code in HTML. Here are some reasons why I recommend using Figma:
It has an intuitive user interface that makes it easy to use – You don’t need any programming experience whatsoever! It has templates so you can start building right away – You don’t have to worry about figuring out where everything goes or what classes need what tags because Figma does all that for you automatically! You’ll never have trouble finding something when using Figma because there’s always something new being added every week or
As a designer/developer, you may have heard of Figma before. It is a design tool that allows you to collaborate with other designers and developers in real-time.
Since there is such a huge demand for frontend developers, I thought it would be worthwhile to learn how to convert Figma designs into HTML/CSS. I hope this article will help you do the same.
The first step is to create a new frame with whatever dimensions you want (I used 1440 x 900). Then, select the top layer and click on the ellipsis icon at the top right of the screen. From here, you can choose between a solid color or image background for your frame. I chose an image background for this example.
Next, we need some text elements so that we can see what our designs will look like when they are converted into HTML/CSS. I created three text elements and changed their color properties to black because it looks better than white on my image background. You can also change the font family for each text element by clicking on its “F” icon in Figma’s left-hand toolbar and selecting from the dropdown list of fonts available under “Typeface.”