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January 14, 2015 at 12:37 am #193163codonnell456Participant
Old-timer here. See, I love wysiwyg (though I do know some html), and come from a background of using GoLive Studio a lot about 18 years ago, when I dabbled in making websites. I have since not really done much website-making, but have become familiar with CSS. Recently, I wanted to delve into a new website project, but of course all my old tools are no longer around. (I’m on a Mac by the way.) OK, so I figure I will learn some of the new tools. My current website project would greatly benefit from the use of a CSS3 “mega menu”. When I searched around, I found that bootstrap might be handy. Then I learned about bootstrap editors, which sounded like they would suit me fine because they are somewhat wysiwyg. And I downloaded the nice looking bootstrap editor Pinegrow thinking it might be helpful. I also found a nice mega menu template on codecanyon and bought and downloaded it. I also bought and downloaded a nice looking bootstrap template called AppStrap that I thought might work with Pinegrow.
Umm, I have know idea if these 3 things can work together. For instance, I can’t make Pinegrow “see” AppStrap or the code canyon template. Do those resources have to be placed in a certain folder? if so, which folder?
Thanks for any help you can offer!January 14, 2015 at 10:33 am #193237nixnerdParticipant
Same here. I know nothing about WYSIWYG on any level. I think you’ll find that’s true of most people on this site.January 17, 2015 at 5:03 pm #193503Historical Forums UserParticipant
I agree with the above. Your best bet will be to actually start learning HTML/CSS. Then you will have a better idea of what those components you have downloaded actually doing.
Side note I actually teach a beginners bootcamp for web development where we go back to basics and learn html/css/js etc. http://adamstanford.net/web-development-bootcamp
There are also countless great resources online to learn this stuff!
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