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HTML5 & CSS Web Design - 111 - How to Insert Images & Position with CSS

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Part 11 of Web Design tutorials covering basics of web development with HTML5 and CSS. In this we look at inserting images and positioning them amongst text using CSS. Tutorials by Will Goldstone see willgoldstone.com for more info.
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rahmadi Cenatar (3 days ago)
Terima kasih Banyak...
Quinn Codes (6 months ago)
could you make the class anything you want like class="randomthing"
Abdul Roshan (7 months ago)
Great video.. Thank you..
Aoyama (11 months ago)
Is this a CSS or Photoshop tutorial?
Eperou (1 year ago)
LOLOL PART "111"xD
Can't hear a word the narrator is saying... Can't endorse this video.
Will Goldstone (1 year ago)
Then please, do not do so. Full disclosure this is very old and before I'd learned audio production in any capacity.
Petrockspiracy (1 year ago)
I don't understand how to move the image in line with text, it's always below it :(
TES QUIL (1 year ago)
You don't even know how much this helped me out. Thanks a lot!
Samuel Rivera (2 years ago)
Hey you are awesome man :D
USA IT profession (2 years ago)
thanks bro love u for this I am searching this god bless u
Georgi Georgiev (3 years ago)
Thank you very much. GOD bless you.
ismail mohamed (3 years ago)
Hi, can you tell me how to put a logo image in the top left hand corner without moving the heading down or leaving a gap between the heading and the paragraph. I am trying to heading and logo on the same line at the top of the webpage.  I have tried to align it on the page, however when i try to validate this it brings up an error to say I should include this in the CSS .... any ideas how I can do this and what codes I would use on the style sheet???? [email protected]
Sonny (4 years ago)
Do more videos like this dude I'm getting stuck already.
Ben Cutter (4 years ago)
How would you switch to the css editor if you were just in a text editor? or is there a way of directly coding the position into the html?
Will Goldstone (4 years ago)
the css editor is just opening the .css file so if just using a standard text editor, just open the css file.
Andy Pagdin (4 years ago)
Thank you very much, helpful tutorial!
Brian Schermerhorn (4 years ago)
Thanks for the videos. I like how you explained them in detail
Aleksandar Alex (5 years ago)
I've watched almost all videos on this topic, but none of them explained this as perfect as you have. These videos are straight to the point. Thanks a lot!
hamzi2309 (5 years ago)
omg all i needed was class :P thx :)
The Local Film Network (5 years ago)
Thank you SO SO SO Much You have answered a question I have had for so long. Thank you!
After watching about 30 tutorials on Youtube over CSS and HTML Ive decided you have the best. After a week of complete confusion, it's finally over. I thank you!
AshuP24 (5 years ago)
Dhanyavaad sir, Thanks alot for nice Youtube Series
CorporalPoon (5 years ago)
inline? cmon son
ukiceman45 (5 years ago)
That has to be the best couple of hours I've spent in a long time, make some more mate .... please!!!
remsan03 (5 years ago)
Will, you HAVE continue the series. It's been 2 years. Your tutorial is simply the best, very clear. I'm threating to set out cyber monkeys on you if you don't :D
Matthew Wong (5 years ago)
the best HTML series ever!
Nguyen Ngoc Nam (5 years ago)
Very good. Tks
rvlglobe (6 years ago)
Simply fantastic series you have started. Your instruction is brilliant and very efficient. I can't wait until the next episode! Thank you very much for sharing your knowledge.
Will Goldstone (6 years ago)
Yes, its designed to sit centrally on the screen, with the background of the page behind it. So you did good!
Brian Cassidy (6 years ago)
These videos are some of the most clear and informative that I have seen. Thanks for posting!
Simon Clark (6 years ago)
Couldnt agree more!
Will Goldstone (6 years ago)
Cheers man! Sadly I'm too busy focusing on Unity education these days, sorry! but there's good tutes out there, just got to find em!
Will Goldstone (6 years ago)
Cheers man! Sadly I'm too busy focusing on Unity education these days, sorry! but there's good tutes out there, just got to find em!
Will Goldstone (6 years ago)
Cheers man! Sadly I'm too busy focusing on Unity education these days, sorry! but there's good tutes out there, just got to find em!
Paul Elksnis (6 years ago)
Hey Will, yours is the first set of tutorials that I've actually sat and watched all the way through without getting confused, bored or frustrated as everything you have taught is clear, structured and complete! I hope you can find the time to continue the series at some point as so many things have become clear to me from watching your lessons ;)
Tony Awad (6 years ago)
Good job Will. Very clear tutorial. I wish you had more time to create more videos, but thanks for your time for the ones you did. Cheers
IMBLOODMARRY (6 years ago)
Make more please ... So how would you insert your menus and headers if you costomize it in ps first
cloyd concepcion (6 years ago)
@willgoldstone bucky is the one who made a lot of tutorial in web development,
gyrad (6 years ago)
Thanks a lot for this. I really appreciate you taking your time making these awesomely informative videos. You covered all the important points and, I must add, with great clarity. Hope to see more!
wrdjl01 (6 years ago)
Please do more htlm5, it was very clear and informative. Dom
Victorianum (6 years ago)
@Telladriel Those thechnical informations you're complaining about are crucial to understand what is going on. IMO he's very clear and instructive about what he's teaching. 5 stars to willgoldstone. ...And bucky is not better or worse. He has a different style.
Will Goldstone (6 years ago)
@Telladriel if I knew who or what bucky was, I may agree or disagree with you.
Noel Rostohar (6 years ago)
You are too technical... buckys better.
Will Goldstone (6 years ago)
@mubeen316 Hi! sorry I won't be doing more HTML tutes any time soon I'm focused on Unity game development educational materials.
Will Goldstone (6 years ago)
@emazek100 Thanks! very kind.
Will Goldstone (6 years ago)
@qlturalny thanks!
Abcdds2 (6 years ago)
Good job.
Will Goldstone (7 years ago)
@TheGentlemanThief same as before, apply it to the body tag, or any other tag as background: or background-image in css.
Wesley Rana (7 years ago)
how do you put a background image in HTML5??? Great tutorials!!
emazek100 (7 years ago)
the best on youtube .. simple and good !
Guido Paolano (7 years ago)
Great!!! Thank You.
Maulik Thaker (7 years ago)
is there no 112 part?
Will Goldstone (7 years ago)
@MicroHive I'll probably do a couple on Javascript, and maybe some basic PHP includes for site builds.
Will Goldstone (7 years ago)
@NorwegianStudios well yes but I've no idea what kind of compression that is doing. Eg. Save As in photoshop doesn't compress anything like that which save for web does, so google GIMP web compression.

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