In this session we give an overview and show examples of how to use Netbeans, FileZilla, Firefox and Web Developer to edit CSS. Rick: Good evening Sean. Sean: Hi Rick, good evening. Rick: How are you doing, man? Sean: Oh not too bad. I’ve been working on the header plugin and that’s another thing but
This is the 4th in a 5 part series on Creating a Local Installation of WordPress using Bitnami and then creating a NetBeans Project out of it. In this lesson we create a NetBeans project out of the new local WordPress installation. Then we run the website from NetBeans. Step 4 is now to create…
We cover the installation and configuration of NetBeans 7 which just came out last week in a 5 part video series. In this third part we complete the program set up by adding the CSS Preview Plugin. Anyway, I’m not going to contribute to NetBeans data. Let’s see what comes up next. Well, maybe we’ve
We cover the installation and configuration of NetBeans 7 which just came out last week in a 5 part video series. In this fifth and final part we show you how to write a CSS rule in your custom.css file. We review the blank css file, show you where to create your rules and then
We cover the installation and configuration of NetBeans 7 which just came out last week in a 5 part video series. In this fourth part we show you how to open files when they are not part of a project. Rick: I’m going to turn on Jared’s microphone here. Jared, are you with us? Jared:
Why don’t we teach how to use NetBeans projects? While the project system is very powerful it is also very complex to set up. It requires you to configure a local web server (using Apache, MySQL and PHP). Services like Bitnami have made the process quite a bit easier nevertheless, the process of setting the
We cover the installation and configuration of NetBeans 7 which just came out last week in a 5 part video series. In this second part we go through the installation of the program. And once it’s downloaded, we’ll just go ahead and start right in the installation which shouldn’t take pretty long. One of the
Learn how to download and install the program (we show you which version to select) and then how to set it up, open files and write your first CSS rule in this updated series on using NetBeans. NetBeans is an open source (free) software tool that you can use as a code editor.
Welcome to Lesson 3 of the Customize Thesis Like a Pro tutorial series. In this lesson, you’re going to learn about some of the tools of the trade that will assist you in customizing your Thesis theme website. These tools are what the pros use and when we’re finished you’ll see why. It is a
Welcome back to the 2nd part of Lesson 3 of the Customize Thesis Like a Pro tutorial series. In part of the lesson, we are going to take a tour of NetBeans. NetBeans Start Screen Here we are at the NetBeans Start screen and once you have a project started, this will show you your
A member is having a problem installing NetBeans on her MAC. She made several tries but she still gets an error message. We discuss potential solutions to her installation problem, we talk about a couple of other Mac based code editors (Taco & Coda) and we discuss the importance of error checking and syntax highlighting.