Some which I would recommend include:
The episode shown above is first in the series and while a bit old (2006), still serves as a decent introduction to the language.
The Google I/O account on YouTube.com has a number of good introductory materials, including this video:
Bootstrap is a framework for developing consistent tools (pages and other resources) – making interfaces consistent via shared .html and .css files. This allows pages and other resources to “look” consistent and also allows for them to fit across various devices.
Twitter Bootstrap can be downloaded from:
The development team are talking about it at:
More general information can be found at:
[Another option in this area is HTML5 Boilerplate, found at http://html5boilerplate.com/.]
“Write once, run anywhere” is a concept denoting code which is written once (such as writing code in HTML5) and it running across devices (e.g. iOS and Android devices). While this term was orginally used to refer to the cross-platform benefits of the Java language, it is now used to refer to a number of other platforms, such as the creation of sites in HTML5 which should render properly across platforms.
Google Adwords has a number of online video resources on YouTube for those wishing to learn more about Adwords advertising. Found at http://www.youtube.com/user/adwordsclassroom, these resources cover a variety of topics, from creating a new account, to why your ads may not be showing on the content or search networks.
These resources are a good start for those interesting in advertising with Google and I would recommend them as an initial resource for those looking to take the Adwords exam.
Google Adwords Editor is a free PC application for Windows and Mac which allows you to manage your Adwords campaigns from your PC while offline, with changes to live campaigns taking place once you synchronize your computer to your online Adwords account.
- Being able to modify Adwords campaigns while offline (but updating once connected again to the Internet)
- Being able to make bulk changes to Adwords
- Being able to easily move content between campaigns and ad groups
Google Adwords Editor can be found at http://www.google.com/intl/en/adwordseditor/
Google Adwords is an online advertising product of the search engine Google. With Adwords, Google provides advertising opportunities via its Search Engine Results Pages (SERPs) and via ads placed on partner sites (referred to as the Content Network). Advertisers are able to bid for the placement of their ads via the search and content networks, with ads required to meet guidelines set out by Google (see the advertising policies help page at https://support.google.com/adwordspolicy/answer/1316548?hl=en). Ads are served on a cost-per-click (CPC), cost-per-thousand impressions (CPM) or cost-per-acquisition (CPA) payment model.
Found at http://adwords.google.com
I took the Bing Ads exam a few days ago and am now a “Bing Ads Accredited Professional”. While I was one of the first people worldwide to gain similar certification with Google Adwords, I have been a bit busy with work and have only just gotten around to taking the Bing Ads exam.
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