Leigh Cotnoir received her MFA from San Diego State University. Leigh teaches web design and multimedia MiraCosta College in Oceanside, CA. She was awarded “Most Influential Faculty Member” in the Interdisciplinary Studies Major at SDSU in 2012, and “Outstanding Faculty Member” for the School of Art + Design in 2008 at SDSU. She’s passionate about web design, art, and getting stuff done the right way.
The instructor happens to prefer Cyberduck and Filezilla. NOTE: Filezilla’s interface is not quite as friendly as Cyberduck’s.
Using Cyberduck for SFTP
In the first video of the playlist below, you will learn how to use the SFTP program, Cyberduck, to connect to your Miracosta College student web directory.
The second video continuation covers how to create the folder structure on the server for our class, how to create and rename files, how ‘index’ files work vs. other files, and how to view your uploaded work on the web.
The first demo video shows you how you can make navigational buttons in Photoshop using multiple layers in a single space. The second demo shows you how to create the same output files as in the first demo, but the second video uses “slices”.
This demonstration uses a mock-up site that allow you to see via video demos below how images are commonly displayed using CSS and HTML. It also shows you how you can examine other websites to see how things have been constructed.
The inner surfaces of your eyes contain photoreceptors—specialized cells that are sensitive to light and relay messages to your brain. There are two types of photoreceptors: cones (which are sensitive to color) and rods (which are more sensitive to intensity). You are able to “see” an object when light from the object enters your eyes and strikes these photoreceptors. Continue reading Primary Colors of Light and Pigment→