Shelley has over 16 years of experience in IT as a Web Developer, Technical Architect, Manager, and Trainer. Her years of experience designing, developing, and managing global corporate training programs gives her the ability to effectively organize training programs that are engaging and entertaining.
Troubleshooting CSS Now that we have learned how to install and configure our front-end developer tools, let's put them to the test and troubleshoot some of the most common CSS errors. Using the Chrome developer tools, Firebug, Firefox Developer Edition and Internet Explorer developer tools, we will view HTML elements, their assigned styles, inherited styles and computed styles. We will not use all four developer tools for each individual error. Instead, we will focus on the tools that are most useful to help troubleshoot each error. To experience the full potential of this course, you should already be familiar with CSS and Bootstrap. If you're not familiar with CSS and Bootstrap, there are many courses available on Pluralsight to help you get started.
Troubleshooting Device Compatibility In this module, we will test and troubleshoot device compatibility issues and responsive designs using BrowserStack. By the end of this module, we will have a fully functional website that will render correctly on any browser or device.