📅 24 Feb 2021
This will be the first post in a series of posts outlining my journey from index.html to a full-fledged website.
Obviously, there will be many steps in-between. I may not even finish it this year or this #100DaysToOffload cycle. But I want to stick with it.
** Note: This will not be a continuous series. I will be posting content on this sporadically.
So, what made me want to do this?
Well, I started this blog over a month now. I have really enjoyed it. I have little to no regrets.
But now that I’ve really gotten into it, I have realized how much I enjoy it. I want to keep deepening my knowledge and explore new areas.
I want to live a life well lived, one of continuous growth and lifelong learning.
What better way to do that than to build a website from scratch??
There are a few other things in my life that more specifically are leading me to do this and maybe I will share more about those in the future. But for now, let’s dive right in.
One of the first resources I found was HTML & CSS by Jon Duckett. I chose not to purchase it, but I used a few of the code samples to get started. I honestly didn’t know a few of the things that were just on the sample pages…
Here is a first look:
A few useful resources I’ve found so far:
I look forward to keeping everyone updated on my progress.
Day 31: #100DaysToOffload
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