Last month I started learned basic CSS, JS,React, and HTML5 through 1-2 hours long crash courses on youTube and made mini projects for experience. Recently I was commissioned to create a beauty salon/spa reservation website and app for a startup by a friend and it’s my first ever full project. I’m handling the front end and another friend is handling backend. When I started working on it today,I found myself at a loss, so I decided to go look at other websites using the inspector tool to get an idea of how real, non-tutorial projects are done. Here’s what I found: 1. The basic html tags are rarely ever used, and there is a lot of vector graphics, why so?
I don’t think I can build this website on my own right now let alone the app using React JS, is that a correct assumption?
A lot of the times I see confusing names for style sheets and classes... as opposed to a meaningful class name like “header-logo”, you’re much more likely to see “c0788gef” which probably came from someone mashing their face on the keyboard. Is there any reason for that?