Code Day 30-ish: #100DaysofCode

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I have been learning how to code for the past year and a half.  My goal is to become a web page designer after I retire from teaching. I have enjoyed my journey so far. However, there have been a few challenges along the way. 

I’ve lost track of my coding days because I’ve taken breaks while working on my Portfolio Page project.  My last project for was my Fannie Lou Hamer Tribute Page. That was easy. My portfolio page has been a challenge. I live with ADHD (diagnosed as an adult). So, instead of focusing on the structure of my web page, I was focusing on the styling. After sitting for a few hours, I would only have my navigation bar and jumbotron (header) complete. Today, I am resetting my “coding clock” to Day 30

I am determined to code each day and to complete my portfolio page this week. I will keep you posted. 

Coding Day 30: #100DaysOfCode 

I am still amazed how quickly time passes when I am coding. Although, I really shouldn’t be; time passes when you are enjoying the activity. Last Friday morning, I started on my coding project, and the next time I looked at the clock, it was after 3 pm. I have spent the last few months learning how to code and working on the projects at FreeCodeCamp! Now I have a better understanding of HTML5 and CSS. Bootstrap, however, is still a work in progress. Continue reading “Coding Day 30: #100DaysOfCode “

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