Emmet: Write HTML+CSS Like a Ninja

Rich Armstrong, Product Designer

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55 Videos (1h 4m)
    • Class Introduction

      0:52
    • // GETTING GOING

      0:39
    • Quick Theory

      0:20
    • Install Emmet

      0:24
    • Emmet Installation in Sublime

      1:28
    • // CSS ABBREVIATIONS

      2:01
    • Abbreviations With Values

      1:56
    • What Is The Abbreviation?

      1:45
    • Gradients

      1:05
    • Multiple Rules

      1:23
    • Extra Info

      1:15
    • Vendor Prefixes

      1:43
    • Cool Abbreviations

      2:42
    • // CSS SHORTCUTS

      0:12
    • Increment Decrement Number

      1:03
    • Math On The Fly

      0:48
    • Reflect CSS Value

      0:33
    • Toggle Comments

      0:29
    • CSS Preprocessors

      0:52
    • // HTML ABBREVIATIONS

      1:55
    • Multiple Classes and IDs

      0:58
    • Tag Types

      1:05
    • HTML Attributes

      1:08
    • Children, Multiplication and Incremental Numbers

      3:07
    • Siblings And Groups

      1:34
    • Climb Up

      1:13
    • HTML Text

      0:44
    • Lorem Ipsum

      0:53
    • Unknown Abbreviations

      1:30
    • Favorite Abbreviations

      1:14
    • BEM Naming

      1:25
    • Adding It All Together

      0:35
    • // HTML SHORTCUTS

      0:14
    • Balance Tags

      1:28
    • Split Join Tag

      0:32
    • Jump to Content Edit Point

      0:29
    • Select Next & Previous Item

      0:19
    • Remove Tag

      0:25
    • Rename Tag

      1:12
    • Goto Matching Pair

      0:43
    • Wrap With Abbreviation

      1:18
    • Toggle Comment

      1:32
    • Update Image Size

      0:52
    • // MORE AWESOME EMMET THINGS

      0:13
    • Encode Image To Data

      1:29
    • Merge lines

      1:13
    • The Command Palette

      0:31
    • Emmet Settings

      1:00
    • Filters

      1:17
    • // PRODUCTIVITY WITH SUBLIME

      0:14
    • Without a Mouse

      5:55
    • Split Into Lines

      0:52
    • Tab Navigation

      0:59
    • Emoji Picker

      0:47
    • // CONCLUSION

      1:11

About This Class

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If you code you’ll either know, or begin to realise, that there’s a lot of repetition that goes on – especially in HTML and CSS. This goal of this class is to show you how to dramatically speed up writing HTML and CSS by using a plugin called Emmet. The class covers the basics, advanced methods, hidden gems, and even more time-saving tools and tips.

Emmet is available for all major code editors!
It even works in places like Code Pen and JS Fiddle.

Once you begin using Emmet you’ll wonder how you lived without it. It’s fast. It’s powerful. And it’s easy to use. You’ll save days or weeks throughout a year when using Emmet.

The class in broken down into short videos, so you can try it on your own – and so you can easily reference them later!

Get you HTML & CSS Ninja on :) Take the class!

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This class is bananas!
Get speedy fast!
Al Lemieux

Motion Graphics / Web Development

I wish someone had shown me Emmet and presented it like this when I first started writing HTML and CSS! Please leave a review :)
Rich Armstrong

Product Designer

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Rich Armstrong

Product Designer

Although Rich calls himself a Product Designer he's more of a jack-of-all-trades / generalist / unicorn. He designs, animates and codes. And if you want to learn how to make stuff unicorn-style then read on! Rich studied multimedia design and graphic design, and taught himself to code. He's freelanced, worked for agencies and startups, and now runs a studio with his wife in Amsterdam. He creates compulsively, has super ginger-powers and can touch his nose with his tongue!

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