Join the global Hour of Code by making your own Holiday Postcard!
All you need to do to join the global Hour of Code with Webmaker is to try one of our great starter projects - like this one where you can make a Holiday Greeting Card all your own by making changes to the code you see.
You can use the tutorial linked below to walk you through the project step by step.
When you’re ready to begin, hit the big green Remix button on the project and start making your changes in the code, where the notes suggest. Then save, and share your link.
Get started now:
Try making your own beautiful animated poem project at Webmaker.
Hit ‘Remix’ and read through the comments to find out how to make your own poem by playing with the code already in place.
We’d like to share a special Webmaker Loves shoutout to FuzzyFox - a webmaker who always reminds us how many of us believe in keeping the Web Open.
Take a look at his ‘Support Open Community Quilt' project.
It’s amazing to see how many people believe in keeping the web open.
We’d love to hear what you believe too. Hit Remix on any Webmaker page and follow the code comments for instructions on how to make this project your own.
Follow This Link to get started.
Check out Chad Sansing’s Fake Band Wiki Experience, made with Webmaker.
”Essentially, you grab a random image from Flickr, an band name from a random Wikipedia article, and an album name from the last few words of a random quote. Mash them together in nearly anything that lets you layer pictures and text, and, voila, you’ve got impromptu art, dammit.”
Hit the links below the title to get your pics and text ready, then hit Remix and follow the code prompts to make it your own.
It’s hump day, and life can be stressful. How are you keeping calm?
Check out the code instructions, add your text, and make your first ‘Keep Calm’ webpage.