I'm going through some front-end web development training and the first few courses have been over CSS. We're all pretty accustom to manipulating CSS to do what we want to do, but have you ever started out with a blank slate and created your own CSS back-end without a template? I certainly haven't up until this point.
To utilize these new CSS skills, I figured I would update the homepage of JumpSquares.net to look like a nice fancy modern web page. When I was going through all of this, I realized I was using static containers instead of fluid containers with Twitter Bootstrap so I had to make a bunch of changes inside of JumpSquares. The latest version uses fluid containers, so we can actually cram more jumpsquares into a single screen by using every edge of space. At the same time, I fixed some minor issues in window and row spacing for twitter bootstrap. Therefore, the latest version of JumpSquares (Project Homepage) is now at 1.3.1
After I fixed that portion, I began updating the homepage. I created a CSS file and started building out all my classes and applying styles to everything.
Head over to JumpSquares.net to see the end result... Pretty snazzy if I must say so myself