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I was recommended a website to use to learn how to make my website open to the world wide web. I called the company a few times however they did not answer or call me back. Therefore I had to research into finding a different company, and I came across a company called 1 and 1. They had a promotional offer of 99p a month for having my website live and having a free domain name; I felt a bit pressured deciding a domain name so do not judge me for it:
Because I have never made a website properly before, or even attempted to make it live; I wanted to make sure that I understood what the process was to do it. So, I understood that I had to buy hosting and sometimes the domain name comes with the package, and other times I have to pay for it separately.
Once I paid for it and I have my online account open, I was thinking, well what now? I tried clicking on a few buttons to try figure out how to attach my website to my account to make it live but I could not find any option to let me do so. Therefore, I called 1 and 1 again and asked the technical team to talk me through what I had to do. The woman on the phone was not as patient with me as I would have liked but nevertheless, she explained that I had to download a software called Filezilla to be able to control what happens on my website.
After following her instructions, make attempts to make my website live was successful! I am still yet to play around with Filezilla to understand how it actually works, and what happens if I was to change something on my code, but for now, I am extremely excited to have a fully functioning website!
I was told about this website:
Unsplash provides beautiful photography that is free and can be used in anything. I have used images from this website into my own website; as I mentioned in an earlier blog, I think it is important to have clear images in my website as it portrays the website to be professional.
A fellow classmate created an image slider, so I decided to find another tutorial as I wanted to follow the step by step guide on how to create this animation using JQuery.
As I am using Bootstrap in my website, I find that I cannot use CSS tags such as ‘position: absolute’ and ‘margin:100px 40px’. As I find that this cancels out the Bootstrap grid system. Therefore I cannot have just one image shown and the rest of the images hidden like I have done on Code Pen:
However, I know that I would need to apply a JQuery ‘if’ statement to hide the images that are not meant to be seen. As I unfortunately do no know how to figure it out on my own, I am finding that I will have to refer back to tutorials to understand how and what to do.
Well… bloody hell this was difficult.
Thank God for this guy and his awesome tutorial:
Looking at each bit of the tutorial makes a lot of sense as it is explained well, I managed to break it down and change the size, colour and direction of the particles. On the other hand, I know I would still find it difficult to understand and create these particles on my own:
When I applied this to my website, I found that other JQuery effects would break the particles and they would stop working. Therefore I placed the particles in their own JQuery file, this solved the problem 🙂
As I am building a portfolio website for myself, I needed to find a sutible way to portray my theory work. Therefore I thought of the show more and hide button, and created this:
I enjoyed figuring this out! Quite a simple bit of JQuery code. However for some reason, when I apply this to my own code, the ‘show more’ button does not hide once clicked, but it does work on Code Pen. Slightly strange.
Next, I found a way of hovering over text to enlarge small text so that it is easier to read, and created this:
I thought I would have been able to do this animation in CSS, however as I am concentrating on learning JQuery for this project, I wanted to figure it out using JQuery.
I researched how to do a hover effect through JQuery and figured out how to make the text larger.
I was creating my website page, and I thought that it would be good if I could apply an animation on my web page that allows the user to click on an image that will open up a separate screen that will enlarge the image, i did follow another tutorial and I figured this out:
However, this process seemed more complicated than I think it should be. Took me a long time to do that, but I was not happy with it, so I wanted to find a simpler way of doing it. So I tried this:
However, I then I came across ‘JQuery Lightbox’ which had a brilliant tutorial, therefore and created this instead:
Looks so proffessional, I love it!
However, when I applied it to my website, it had to refresh the page to be able to open the image within the lightbox, I tried various ways of fixing this, but again, I wasted too much time on it and gave up 😦