Find and handle errors and exceptions in your Python code using a few easy statements! The try and catch method of handling errors and exceptions allows you to catch all data that does not apply to a try statement and specify code for it in an except statement. This tutorial by Learn to Program shows you how to write try and except statements that allow you to handle page errors with ease.
Learn to apply the Prisoner’s Dilemma strategy to a more complex game using a tactic called iterative elimination of strategically dominated strategies. In this lesson, William Spaniel will teach you how to identify scenarios that can be solved using this approach, and walk you through an example problem to get you on your way. Though not all games can be solved using this approach, it’s a good one to have in your game theory tool belt!
He speaks Spanish, she speaks Spanish... we all speak Spanish! Using videos, graphics, and quizzes, this first of six lessons from the Spanish 102 series teaches basic Spanish pronouns like "él", "ella", "yo", "tú", and "nosotros". These colorful skits make learning spanish easy and fun for all ages!
Interested in learning how to play guitar? First familiarize yourself with important guitar terminology! For instance, what’s the difference between a sharp and a flat note? A whole and a half step? Watch this lesson and learn about chords, arpeggios, open strings, position playing, and more. You could soon be talking music with the greatest musicians!
Styling your background may seem like a menial task, but it doesn't have to be. This tutorial goes above and beyond to demonstrate your choices. Learn how to make a background that is responsive to the browser window, and find out the ways in which CSS3 is making it easier to create more complex, attractive backgrounds.
How can you use your company's email list to promote your business without resorting to spamming customers and driving them to unsubscribe? Lyra Communications provides you with in-depth insights into the four keys to effective email marketing: not inundating customers, monthly e-blasts, catchy subject lines, and having a list of subscribers that targets people who are interested in your product.
You know about backward induction in game theory, which assumes that all future play will be rational. But what about the opposite technique? In this lesson from William Spaniel's Game Theory 101 series, you'll be introduced to forward induction, which assumes that all past play was rational. Using a version of the Stag Hunt game, learn how Player 2 can look at payoffs and use forward induction to infer Player 1's move.
A useful veteran’s trick, the sliding doors technique can be used in many situations where you need an element that is both flexible and aesthetically pleasing. Learn to Program shows you how layered background images can create a button that responds well to changing input. The sliding doors technique can also be used for menu tabs.
Reading music may be difficult, but reading chord stamps can be easy! Calling all beginning guitarists: discover the basics of chord stamps, from layout to numbering. You’ll learn when not to play a string and what represents a chord root. Check out this lesson on how to read chord stamps and soon you’ll be playing your favorite songs on guitar.
Bonjour! Learn French Now! makes learning conversational French easy by teaching common French words and phrases like ‘hello’, ‘goodbye’, and ‘how are you?’. Whether you're going on a trip to Paris or just want to learn French for fun, this lesson will teach you the vocabulary to get the conversation started.
Do you think your fingers lack the dexterity needed in order to play guitar? Never fear! This lesson shows you one of the most basic dexterity exercises that every beginning guitarist should practice. You’ll learn where to press down on the frets, how to pick and change frets, how to change strings, and how to move your fingers up the fretboard. It’s simple and you can go at your own pace.
Build a WordPress site! in seconds! Once you have purchased a domain and installed WordPress in cPanel, all you need to do is pick a theme to have a gorgeous, customized website for personal or business enterprises. This tutorial by Websites Made Easy walks you through the process. As a bonus, you will learn how WordPress helps websites reach the first page of Google, Bing, and Yahoo with search engine optimization (SEO).
Are you an amateur guitarist? Aren’t we all? Check out this lesson for tips on basic fretting techniques. You’ll learn how to play on the fingertips, position your hand, curl your knuckle for a clean sound, and determine how many fingers to use when fretting (here’s a hint: all of them!). Absorb the principles necessary for becoming the next guitar hero.
In desperate need of a navigation bar? Just about every site has one, and for good reason: navigation bars allow your users to move from one web page to another with one click. A commonly-made rookie mistake in HTML and CSS web development is to use separate elements to create a navigation bar. This tutorial by Learn to Program demonstrates one of the easiest ways to create flexible and functional and navigation bars with unordered lists, of all things.
Want to get rid of dead skin and reveal smoother, softer, younger looking skin, but don't want to spend a fortune on beauty products? Taste4Beauty shows you how to make a DIY homemade sugar scrub that's cheap, quick, and easy to make- it only has two ingredients! This scrub will exfoliate and moisturize your skin, and improve blood circulation. You'll be revealing a glamorous new you in no time!
Are you a beginning guitarist ready to take the next step? Ready to really get to know your guitar? Check out this lesson for the guitar basics of music theory. You’ll learn a special tip to remember the name of each string, the musical alphabet, the rule of sharps, and the twelfth fret trick. Music theory never sounded so sweet.
The CSS display property is a simple, useful tool for maximizing flexibility and responsiveness between web page elements. Even the simplest page can have multiple containers, such as divs and spans, that play by different display rules. Learn to Program covers the essential display values and how containers react to them in this valuable lesson.