Landing Page, Part 2: #100DaysofCode R2D50ish 

I’m getting close to finishing my Landing Page project (FreeCodeCamp). I know I’ve said that before. However, it’s taken longer than I expected. Since my last post about my page, I’ve erased and restarted at least three times.  I get so caught up on color schemes and animation, that I stray away from my main task. I need to focus on the User Story and demonstrate my current skills. Eventually, I will be able to code a webpage with a parallax image. When the time is right, I will master the interesting animation techniques. But for now, I just need a page that includes a video, a place to insert email, and a fixed top navbar. 

Landing Page: #100DaysOfCode R2D43ish

I started working on my Product Landing Page two days ago. I decided to keep the Caribbean travel theme from my Survey Page. The tests set up by FreeCodeCamp have been very helpful. I get to see in real-time if my code is working and if I’m following the User Story accurately. It’s still a work in progress, so I’ll keep you posted.

Signature in Burgundy cursive spelling out T. Lanette.

CodePen: Survey Form #100DaysofCode

I just completed my third Responsive Design Project tonight. Introducing my RF Travel Survey: Favorite Caribbean Islands form! The easy part was completing the code for the survey. It took longer for me to come up with the topic and questions. Once I did, the project was easy. 


See the Pen FCC: TravelSurveyFormTLanette by T.Lanette Pollard (@TLanette) on CodePen.


The first two projects I completed before FreeCodeCamp added more tutorials. Now that I’ve learned more about responsive design and using media queries, I can go back to redesign my earlier projects. This was the first time where I felt all of the skills I have learned were finally sticking. 

Signature in Burgundy cursive spelling out T. Lanette.

No Offense, Season 2: AcornTV

Taking a Mind Break

Learning About Moths…

I try to keep my daytime “Teacher Life” from my nighttime adult life. However, I saw this last week and had to share. I think I would’ve died if a moth this big flew in front of me. It’s beautiful, but it’s massive compared to our NJ brown moths.