Setup Visual Studio Code with a set of recommended extensions and connect it to your GitHub account. Make a new repository in Visual Studio Code and upload it to Github. Make new commits and keep everything in sync.
This video is part three in a series show you how to make an Artist Portfolio website from scratch without any coding experience necessary.
0:00 Download Visual Studio Code 1:08 Open Visual Studio Code 1:52 VSC Interface Explanation 2:07 Install Recommended Extensions 5:20 Create first project folder 6:18 Create index.html 6:40 Restart Visual Studio Code to Start Live Server 8:10 Initialize Git repository 11:20 Sync with GitHub account 13:30 Make repository public 14:30 Publish to web with GitHub Pages
Artist Portfolio Website Video Series 1- Setup Domain and Hosting with GitHub Student Developer Pack and Namecheap - https://youtu.be/CczyuEzmEO0
2 - Enforce HTTPS with GitHub Pages and Namecheap - https://youtu.be/FBtehan5DAo
3 - Setup Visual Studio Code with GitHub Integration - https://youtu.be/_WEyoLuuyYo
4 - Basic HTML Crash Course and Page Structure - https://youtu.be/dk3F9ONez7M
8 - Sample Portfolio layouts in HTML and CSS (in production)
9 - Example Portfolio Site from Start to Finish (in production) . . . .
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