FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

What format are the videos in?
The videos are in the universal h.264 MPEG format. So they will play in the free Quicktime player on Mac and Windows, the Windows media player, and on many flat panel tv's too.
What happens if I lose my videos a year from now?
No worries, just log back in and re-download them. :)
Do I have to log in to watch my videos?
Good news! The videos are 'download to own' ... that means you only need to download them once! This allows you to view them offline.
Still more questions?
You can email me directly at stefan@killersites.com

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- Sometimes the source files only provide the end product and not the start (e.g. chapter 3, concerning HTML5, CSS and jQuery). That makes it difficult to 'click-along' and it gives lots of spoilers.
- Sometimes the leaps in speed and assumed knowledge are a quite big. Then one really has to pay attention, otherwise you might get lost. On the other hand, you can always pause the video...
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09.23.2013

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02.13.2013
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