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This utility was created for Mac users who wish to learn the basics of building websites in HTML5 and CSS. The application gives you access to several video tutorials that are nicely presented by two specialists called Eric Freeman and Elisabeth Robson.
The video tutorials will teach you how to add style to your website, insert HTML elements, attach margins to your webpage, and much more. All lessons are nicely explained, with various graphic instructions and website examples.
You can watch the tutorials in fullscreen or windowed mode, adjust the sound volume if necessary, and add notes to your lessons. Furthermore, you can mark your favorite tutorials if you wish to have easier access to the lessons you need to watch again later.
This new version also brings various improvements when it comes to the appearance of the interface and offers you support for OS X Mavericks (10.9), Yosemite (10.10), and newer releases.
Still, all video tutorials can also be watched directly from the homepage of the developer by using your default browser. But it's worth installing this utility on your Mac if you wish to study HTML5 and CSS basics in offline mode (without using your default browser and your Internet connection signal).
- Simple to use
- Provides you with quality video tutorials
- Uses minimum CPU resources
- You can add notes to the videos
- Lets you watch the tutorials in fullscreen mode
- Free of charge
- All video tutorials can be watched from the homepage of the developer