Course Material and FAQ for "Build Responsive Real-World Websites with HTML and CSS"

  • By Jonas Schmedtmann
  • Last update: Jan 3, 2023
  • Comments: 1

Course Material and FAQ for "Build Responsive Real-World Websites with HTML and CSS"

This repo contains starter files and final code for all sections and projects contained in the course.

Use starter code to start each section, and final code to compare it with your own code whenever something doesn't work!

👇 Please read the following Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) carefully before starting the course 👇


Q1: How do I download the files?

A: If you're new to GitHub and just want to download the entire code, hit the green button saying "Code", and then choose the "Download ZIP" option. If you can't see the button (on mobile), use this link instead.

Q2: I'm stuck! Where do I get help?

A: Have you actually tried to fix the problem on your own? Have you compared your code to the final code? If you failed fixing your problem, please post a detailed description of the problem to the Q&A area of that video over at Udemy, along with a codepen containing your code. You will get help there.

Q3: What VSCode theme are you using? What about extensions and settings?

A: I use One Monokai in this course. Here is the complete VS Code setup for this course.

Q4: Can I see the final version of the Omnifood project?

A: Sure! Here you go: Omnifood.

Q5: Where can I find the coding challenge solutions?

A: They are all on codepen, in this collection.

Q6: Where is the resources page you keep mentioning?

A: It's on my website at You can subscribe for updates 😉

Q7: Videos don't load, can you fix it?

A: Unfortunately, there is nothing I can do about it. The course is hosted on Udemy, and sometimes they have technical issues like this. Please just come back a bit later or contact their support team.

Q8: Videos are blurred / have low quality, can you fix it?

A: Please open video settings and change the quality from 'Auto' to another value, for example 720p. If that doesn't help, please contact the Udemy support team.

Q9: I want to put these projects in my portfolio. Is that allowed?

A: Absolutely! Just make sure you actually built them yourself by following the course, and that you understand what you did. What is not allowed is that you create your own course/videos/articles based on this course's content!

Q10: I love your courses and want to get updates on new courses. How?

A: First, you can subscribe to my email list at my website. Plus, I make important announcements on twitter @jonasschmedtman, so you should definitely follow me there 🔥

Q11: How do I get my certificate of completion?

A: A certificate of completion is provided by Udemy after you complete 100% of the course. After completing the course, just click on the "Your progress" indicator in the top right-hand corner of the course page. If you want to change your name on the certificate, please contact the Udemy support team.

Q12: Can you add subtitles in my language?

A: No. I provide professional English captions, but Udemy is responsible for subtitles in all other languages (automatic translations). So please contact the Udemy support team to request your own language.

Q13: Do you accept pull requests?

A: No, for the simple reason that I want this repository to contain the exact same code that is shown in the videos. However, please feel free to add an issue if you found one.



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    Began working the component build section. Since I've learned CSS units and these are basic components, I've begun adding Javascript code to them to get back into using vanilla JS.