Chrome is becoming a buggy web browser and it can break websites.
The solution is to either clear Chrome's cache (not guaranteed), or to switch to a new browser, when Chrome decides to break a website.read more
January 3, 2016 - Stefan Mischook
I've been incognito because of intense course creation; I just completed:
- A new HTML / HTML5 course
- A new CSS / CSS3 course
All these courses are cutting edge and are far, far bigger and better than the ones you see online now.read more
November 4, 2015 - Stefan Mischook
I've been a little incognito because I am furiously working on new courses for this year.
I've completed my new Beginners HTML 2015 course, and I will be putting up within a week or two. This new course runs about 4hrs, has 57 lessons and covers everything a new web designer and developer would want to know. It's a good foundation course.
... It will be replacing the current Beginners Web Design course.
Come September, several new courses will start to hit Webmentor.
August 2, 2015 - Stefan Mischook
It's good to try before you buy, so all our courses now have free videos you can watch. Of course, we do have a 7 day trial for any subscription ... but nonetheless, you can now view dozens of free videos right away.
By the way, if you are totally new to web design, check out my Web Foundations course. And it's completely free now!
Thanks for reading!
Stefan Mischookread more
March 25, 2015 - Stefan Mischook
I just release my new Web Foundations course! In it, I answer seven (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 … and 7!) big-picture questions so that you will have a clear view of the landscape around web design. With these concepts understood, learning web design and development will be much easier.read more
February 24, 2015 - Stefan Mischook
These days, Python and Ruby are popular programming languages with the tech startup crowd, and so, many of the venture capital backed ‘teach code’ startups, have ruby or python courses targeted at total beginners. The problem is, that these are not the best languages to learn programming with. Why?read more