Is there a way to succeed at this in the mainstream film industry?
I really believe that we can do so much more now than we could do 10 years ago. To be completely honest, I don’t know the answer to your question specifically. I would also say that there is a lot more competition between the traditional schools on a lot of the fundamentals…and they all say they have the same idea. At the same time, what do you want to say about a young film producer that doesn’t yet have a degree but is in a good position with his own company and with his own financing?
I certainly don’t know, that’s for sure. However, it’s certainly true that most of these young producers are now able to get a high-quality movie off and it’s probably only a matter of time before the traditional college film schools can say the same. And you can imagine the competition that young filmmakers have. In Hollywood, people talk about the “golden age of film” and in my opinion, those days are definitely over.
In this blog post you’ll learn how to use jQuery to create a simple responsive user interface using minimal code.
As mentioned before, our previous project used the awesome jQuery library! The problem is how to set up a responsive user interface using only jQuery.
The answer is to use jQuery to create the “div” and “footer”. jQuery then creates an HTML element for each element we want our responsive UI to display (div and footer). On desktop we can place the div and the footer on a fixed height of 400px, and on mobile it’s 800px. However, each element has to have a width of 600px (for each div) and a max width of 1200px.
If it’s a web page (it isn’t a page in the browser) you could create a new CSS file and put the elements on a single page layout. However, there are more advantages to using the jQuery library. First, you can use jQuery to create multiple pages with the same logic. Second, you can use different styles for one page. Third, you can use jQuery to make animations.
But that’s easy with the HTML file, right? Well, we wanted to add an element to the DOM that would show the progress of the page. We would use jQuery to add that and then use the “animate” or “jquery-animate” function to do all the CSS. How?