Note: If you want to use the Trello board to organise yourself, just create a Trello account and ping Jeremie to have him give you write access to the board. To learn a bit more about how to use a Trello board, you can see how the content team uses its board with this article.
|Pages||No tags||Needs* tags||Missing tags||Editorial reviews||Technical reviews||Outdated pages|
|78||2 (3%)||26 (34%)||9 (12%)||6 (8%)||15 (20%)||0 (0%)|
See also localization status of this section.
Found 2 pages:
Found 26 pages:
- Anatomy of a webpage
- Basic text styling in CSS
- CSS properties: what they are and how to use them
- Using CSS in a webpage
- Choose, Install and set up a text editor
- Design for all types of users 101
- What HTML tags are & how to use them
- How much does it cost to do something on the web?
- Making sure your website works properly
- Opening a file in a browser
- Set up a basic working environment
- Understanding URLs and their structure
- Understanding domain names
- Understanding links on the web
- Understanding the difference between a webpage, a website, a web server, and a search engine
- Upload files to a web server
- What is accessibility?
- What software do I need to build a website?
At least missing one of the following: Navigation, WebMechanics, Search, Credibility, Security, Composing, Remixing, DesignAccessibility, CodingScripting, Infrastructure, Sharing, Collaborating, Community, Privacy, OpenPractices, junk, Index, MDN
Found 9 pages:
Found 6 pages:
Found 15 pages:
- Design of Navigation Menus
- Discover browser developer tools
- Installing basic software
- Add audio or video content to a webpage
- Add images to a webpage
- Applying CSS to a webpage
- Create a hyperlink
- Create list of items with HTML
- Display computer code with HTML
- Divide a webpage into logical sections
- Emphasize content or indicate that text is important
- Set up a proper title hierarchy
- Quickly Learn Object Oriented Programming
- Understanding Cloud architectures
Please help us to localize this documentation into different languages.
|Language||Pages||Translated||Translations up to date|
|fr||67||5 (7%)||0 (0%)|
Priority are set in the first column from 1 (most urgente) to 3 (not urgente).
Warning: This table is indicative only, the actual work in progress is tracked on the community trello board
- TBD (red) : To be done, the writing work hasn't started yet.
- WIP (orange) : Work in progress, the writing work has started.
- WIP (yellow) : Work in progress, the writing work is done but we need some related "Active Learning" exercises to be created.
- Done (green) : Everything's ready (it can be translated)
How to contribute
The learning area on MDN is brand new and offer a lot of opportunities for contribution from small tasks to large ones. Here's a list of all what you can do to help.
Writing learning articles
Expected time: A few hours
This is the core of the Learning Area. Those article are self teaching material which details a given skills to learn. A learning article focus on a single topic to learn and follow a strict structure which include. Read "Write an article to help learn about the Web" to learn how to structure such an article.
As an example, you can be inspired by the "Understanding URLs and their structure" article. See the Writing priorities section to know what is needed.
Creating "Active learning" material
Expected time: A few days
A TextBook article always need to be linked to some Active Learning materials. Those are projects, exercises, interactive code samples or everything that allows the reader to interact with a topic details into a TextBook. Such learning material is as important as any TextBook.
To create such Active Learning material, you are free to use any tools you wish. Nonetheless we strongly encourage you to use the WebMaker tools (especially Thimble) to do so as it provides various features very helpful for beginners and allows anyone to remix any content to learn from.
Creating learning pathways
Expected time: From a few hours to a few days
We also call them "learning tutorials". A learning pathways, explain how to complete a task and will link to all the necessary TextBook articles. As it is a pathways, it will also tell in which order the various TextBook need to be read to be able to complete the task. This is the backbone of the Learning Area as it provides guidance on what to learn first to do something.
Improve the glossary
Expected time: From a few minutes to a few hours
Our glossary is one of the key element for the Learning Area, see its dedicated doc status page for details on how to contribute.
Expected time: From a few minutes to a few hours
Tagging is very important on the Learning Area. We should not have pages without tags. At minimum, a page in the Learning Area should have two tags:
- All pages must be tagged with a skill level: Beginner, Average or Advanced
- All pages must be tagged with their related Web Literacy Map competency tag.
Making editorial and technical review is also important. Remember that it's more important to be understood than to be technically perfect.
Learning area meeting
The Learning Area weekly meeting takes place in the #mdn channel on irc.mozilla.org at 10 AM PDT (17:00 UTC, 19:00 CET). See the meeting time in your time zone. It's open to anyone that would like to participate, so please feel free to join in!