This week I’m taking a break from writing and instead giving you a Twitch overlay webflow tutorial I recorded last week. In said video you can follow me as I go over how to create a Twitch overlay in webflow. I’ve kept in mistakes and all since I want you to see how I problem solve and never give up and that way you can also see what you can do if the same problem happens with your project.
In Part 1 I’m going to go over how to create the first column and explain how to do things in webflow. While you don’t need to know any HTML/CSS it’s good if you have an idea about what they are. However webflow is a drag and drop system so it should be fairly easy to get into.[mks_col] [mks_one_third][mks_pullquote align=”left” width=”220″ size=”18″ bg_color=”#000000″ txt_color=”#ffffff”]In Part 1 I’m going over how to create the left column and how to navigate around webflow.[/mks_pullquote][/mks_one_third] [mks_two_thirds][/mks_two_thirds] [/mks_col]
Had a great time recording this video (even if I did it twice) so I’m for sure going to keep doing these videos. I have at least one more that I know that I want to do. Maybe you’ll even get to see me on camera the next time!
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