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CSS Tutorial — Selectors, Element, Class and ID (3/13)
 
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CSS Tutorial — Selectors, Element, Class and ID (3/13) So we just looked at a basic CSS statement and it starts with a selector. So what the hell are selectors, again? Say you are brangelina, and you have a bunch of kids, you wanna dress them for school except only one of them is old enough for school. So first you have to pick the right kid, then dress/style them. That’s what selectors are. Choose which kid you wanna prepare for school. Or since you’re not brangelina, Choose which element you wanna style. It all starts with the selector. There are different kinds of selectors. In our example, we used what’s called an element selector because it targets your styles based on the element type, That’s the most basic selector there is. By using the element type. Like a p tag. Cool? Cool. The problem with element selectors is that you might not want to turn ALL your paragraphs blue. What if you had 3 paragraphs and you only want one of them to be blue? The element type is an identifier but in this case it’s too general. I wanna show you an example. Look at this thing on atom’s website. See these two sections? One of them has a white background, the other one is beige. If you inspect it you’ll see they’re both divs, here they are, so clearly the dudes who made this couldn’t have said oh select all divs and change the background to white or beige. They needed to be more specific. You can select elements based on other kinds of identifiers. Classes and ID. Class is the most common and useful one, in fact that’s exactly what Atom is using. Take a look. They have wrapper class on one, and highlight on the other. If you click on highlight, you’ll see that class has a beige background on it. So let’s do one ourselves. Let’s say you have 4 paragraphs and you want to alternate between dark and light. So dark, light, dark, light. In other words you wanna reuse a style for multiple elements. In this case you can use a CLASS selector. The way you write these in CSS is you write the name of your class, this could be whatever you want, just can’t have spaces and some special characters, say DARK, and you put a DOT in front of it. Why a DOT? Well, I dunno what to tell you. There’s no good explanation why, that at least I know about. It’s just syntax that you have to remember. This tells the browser hey this is a CLASS selector. Then of course you have to add the class to your element in HTML. This means “hey select all the elements that have a class attribute and the value is dark. Let’s try it: DEMO 4 - I’m gonna cover ID selectors too just for the sake of it although we don’t use them much. ID attributes are specific to one element only. If you have a style that you want to apply to only one element, for some reason, you can add an ID to that element (for example: my-blue-paragraph), then use an ID selector in CSS to style it. ID selectors are just like CLASS selectors, except you put a # in front of the name instead of the DOT. That becomes the CSS selector for the element with that ID. So let’s try it. DEMO 3 - The problem with ID is that it’s limited to only 1 element. Remember IDs can’t be shared between elements. So you can’t reuse my-blue-paragraph ID for multiple elements. So those are the 3 basic selectors. Element, Class and ID. “Element” to style the elements of that type. ID to target only one specific element. And Class to reuse for multiple elements. We’ll be using all of them from now on. Selectors can get much much more complicated and they will, but now you know the basics. So next, we’re gonna look at some of our options when it comes to style properties, like color, so far that’s all we’ve used so I’m gonna talk about it in detail. Later, fonts, sizes, background, border, animations, display types, flexbox, where’d everyone go? I was talking.
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CSS Crash Course For Absolute Beginners
 
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In this video I will cram as much as possible about CSS. We will be looking at styles, selectors, declarations, etc. We will build a CSS cheat sheet that you can keep as a resource and we will also create a basic website layout. We are using CSS3 but mostly the basics. I will be creating an advanced CSS course with animations, etc. I do have a Flexbox in 20 minutes video as well if you want to learn flexbox. 17+ Hour HTML & CSS Course (Promo Link): https://www.udemy.com/modern-html-css-from-the-beginning/?couponCode=TRAVERSYMEDIA CODE: Code for this video http://www.traversymedia.com/downloads/csscrashcourse.zip HTML CRASH COURSE VIDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UB1O30fR-EE BECOME A PATRON: Support me directly for even $1 per month http://www.patreon.com/traversymedia ONE TIME DONATIONS: http://www.paypal.me/traversymedia FOLLOW TRAVERSY MEDIA: http://www.facebook.com/traversymedia http://www.twitter.com/traversymedia http://www.instagram.com/traversymedia
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CSS SELECTORS MADE EASY - HTML CSS Tutorial for Beginners
 
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You won't get far in web dev without understanding CSS selectors, and they aren't hard at all! Play with the code! https://codepen.io/anon/pen/BGeKVM View the whole Web Development Tutorials for Beginners playlist! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLoYCgNOIyGABDU532eesybur5HPBVfC1G Using CSS selectors are the bread and butter of HTML and CSS coding. You have to think about what elements on your page you want to target and how to write rules that cleanly target and apply css styling to those elements. 2 good rules you always want to follow: don't make rules more specific than they have to be (but also don't make them overly generic like "target every div on a page"), and also don't repeat yourself (DRY). -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Also watch: "Responsive Design Tutorial - Tips for making web sites look great on any device" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fgOO9YUFlGI -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Was CS really better before? (CSS, 1.6 and older)
 
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Being nostalgic about 1.6 is something most of us (who played it) are. I loved 1.6 and CSS back in the day but they really haven't aged well for me since I haven't played them at all for the last couple of years. I agree they're fun to play but I wouldn't prefer them over CS:GO. :) Song: Glee Club Polka Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
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Build an HTML + CSS Layout with Flexbox in just a few lines of code
 
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Build a Flexbox grid layout in just a couple lines of code! Getting good with HTML + CSS Layouts gets you very far, very fast with web development. Watch this full course!: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLoYCgNOIyGABDU532eesybur5HPBVfC1G Building an HTML + CSS Layout is the first core skill you learn in web development. Lots of people think it's very hard, but it doesn't have to be. This course of web development tutorials for beginners will show you how to build an HTML CSS Layout, then add content with HTML CSS content blocks, which is where you learn all the tips and tricks it takes to build a website. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Also watch: "Responsive Design Tutorial - Tips for making web sites look great on any device" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fgOO9YUFlGI -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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CSS nth-child, first-child, last-child various examples of use
 
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The film presents various examples of css nth-child property, including: - select only one/any element - select all but some elements - select first few - select odd / even - select first / last child and more. Code here: https://codepen.io/devnegant/pen/gQRrxv
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Create a Modal With HTML, CSS & JavaScript
 
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In this video we will be creating a modal from scratch using HTML, CSS and JavaScript. You see these a lot with frameworks like Bootstrap but here we will create our own custom modal. CODE: Code for this video https://codepen.io/bradtraversy/pen/zEOrPp BECOME A PATRON: Show support & get perks! http://www.patreon.com/traversymedia ONE TIME DONATIONS: http://www.paypal.me/traversymedia FOLLOW TRAVERSY MEDIA: http://www.traversymedia.com http://www.facebook.com/traversymedia http://www.twitter.com/traversymedia http://www.instagram.com/traversymedia COURSES & MORE INFO: http://www.traversymedia.com NEW DISCORD CHAT SERVER: https://discord.gg/traversymedia
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Tutorial: Learn how to use CSS Media Queries in less than 5 minutes
 
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Quickly learn how to using CSS media queries. In this video, I explore what media queries are and how you can start using them right away. If you know how to write your own CSS, you'll be able to figure out media queries pretty quickly! All you need to do is assign new CSS rules at specific screen sizes. This is just a brief introduction, but it should be enough to get started in the world of responsive web development. If you're after a little bit of extra reading about CSS Media Queries, here you go: @media - CSS | MDN - https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/CSS/@media Using Media Queries - MDN - https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/CSS/Media_Queries/Using_media_queries CSS Media Queries & Using Available Space | CSS Tricks - https://css-tricks.com/css-media-queries/ -- New to Sass, or want to step up your game with it? I've got a course just for you: https://www.kevinpowell.co/learn-sass -- I'm on some other places on the internet too! If you'd like a behind the scenes and previews of what's coming up on my YouTube channel, make sure to follow me on Instagram and Twitter. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kevinpowell.co/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/KevinJPowell Codepen: https://codepen.io/kevinpowell/ Github: https://github.com/kevin-powell/
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Layouts with CSS Grid
 
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I want to test a layout idea that I have for a future project that will be using CSS Grid as well as position sticky and a few other fun things. If all goes well, I'll also take some time to try my hand at the latest #CodePenChallenge which is more typography based, but I think can lead to some fun layout challenges using CSS Grid as well! I managed to quit my browser without saving my Codepens :(. So the first one is gone. I've redone the second one. It's similar, but I set it up differently and stuff, but it's very similar :) https://codepen.io/kevinpowell/pen/jKLZNO -- I'm on some other places on the internet too! If you'd like a behind the scenes and previews of what's coming up on my YouTube channel, make sure to follow me on Instagram and Twitter. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kevinpowell.co/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/KevinJPowell Codepen: https://codepen.io/kevinpowell/ Github: https://github.com/kevin-powellom/KevinJPowell
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1: How to Get Started With HTML & CSS | HTML Tutorial for Beginners | Learn HTML and CSS | mmtuts
 
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HTML tutorial for beginners! This is the first HTML tutorial in this series on learning HTML and CSS. Learn how to create a website using HTML and CSS, which are programming languages used to markup websites. Having said that, HTML and CSS is also the recommended programming language for when getting started on making websites. It will lay the foundation for future coding languages such as PHP, SQL, Javascript, and jQuery. If you want to learn HTML and CSS, this HTML lesson will get you started on learning the latest HTML5 and CSS3 languages, in a easy to understand HTML and CSS course. The following text editors is recommended for web development projects: 1 - Sublime Text 3 is a great editor and free, but will have pop-ups from time to time, if you do not have the paid version: https://www.sublimetext.com/ 2 - Atom is free, and a great editor and very similar to Sublime Text, and does not have pop-ups or a paid version. This one I recommend for people who wants a simple and FREE editor! In the next episode I will explain why I will be using this editor in this course! https://atom.io/ 3 - Notepad++ is not really recommended for larger projects, since it lack in features and functionality compared to the above editors I linked to. But it is great if you want to start out with a simple editor while you are still learning basic programming: https://notepad-plus-plus.org/ 4 - Visual Studio Code (VSCode) is my top recommendation if you want to create professional websites! Of cause the editor doesn't determine the quality of a website, but VSCode is a fantastic tool because of its features and functionality. The only reason we will NOT be using this editor in this course here, atleast for now, is that it would require an episode of me going through its features, which might be overwhelming for some here in the beginning. The other mentioned text editors are easier to get started with, which is what I think is important here in the beginning. If you still wanna give VSCode a try, go ahead! https://code.visualstudio.com/ ➤ GET ACCESS TO MY LESSON MATERIAL HERE! First of all, thank you for all the support you have given me! I am really glad to have such an awesome community on my channel. It motivates me to continue creating and uploading content! So thank you! I am now using Patreon to share improved and updated lesson material, and for a small fee you can access all the material. I have worked hard, and done my best to help you understand what I teach. I hope you will find it helpful :) Material for this lesson: https://www.patreon.com/posts/html-1-download-15592084
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How CSS Floating Works
 
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This is for a class I teach so if you're not in the class some may be out of context but hopefully still helpful. If you don't understand the BOX MODEL then you should watch http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AWHAT2Iksk0 first. Ignore the first 20 seconds or so if you are not in my class. Once you understand that then come back to this video. This video is part 2 of a 3 parter. The whole series is designed to help you learn how the 960 grid system works but the first two, including this one, are applicable to all web developement. How the Box Model works http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AWHAT2Iksk0 How CSS Floating Works this video How the 960 Grid System Works http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QbShYaK4sf8
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HTML5 Tutorial: Easy Way to Understand HTML and CSS
 
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In this HTML5 tutorial we're going to answer the question of what are HTML and the CSS. I'm going to give you a very high level view of them first, and then we're going to talk about each on independently and how they work together, including a small demo at the end so that you can see how vital both of them are. What are HTML and CSS? Well, technically they're just tools that you can use, and they're syntaxes you can use that allow you to write code that can be interpreted by browsers. By default, a browser can only interpret and then render on the screen so many different types of code. For example, if you were to take an Excel spreadsheet or a Word doc and you try to open it up in Google Chrome or in Firefox, it is not going to work. That's because the browser is not capable of taking a file like that and interpreting it into something that it can show on the screen. HTML and CSS are capable of that. That is their goal is they provide a syntax so that when the browser see it, when it sees a document that has HTML and CSS code in it, it can interpret it and then it can show exactly what you're wanting on the screen. Literally every web page in the entire world has HTML, and pretty much all of them also have CSS. We're going to talk about the different types of roles that each one of them support in this web development tutorial. HTML stands for hypertext markup language. Now, when you hear the word language, you may think programming language, but that's not quite accurate because it really is just providing you a syntax for writing code so that the browser's able to read it properly. It's really more of just a markup language, whereas a programming language such as JavaScript or Java or Ruby allows you to have some extra behavior like conditionals and loops and those kinds of concepts. With HTML, you're simply writing a static page, meaning there's not really a lot of behavior in it. You need to use other languages in order to make that happen. What HTML allows you to do is to wrap a structure around content. If you imagine having some type of blog page, HTML allows for you to designate where the content is, where the title is, where a video or an ad might be. Then you're able to then organize it and later on style it. That's where CSS comes in. CSS stands for cascading style sheets. The style word in there may indicate it's main primary objective. What CSS is in charge of doing is giving style to websites. You're able to take all of that HTML code that you organize and you put on the page. CSS then goes in, and it adds all of the style elements. This can be anything from colors to fonts to animations. Anything that you look at on the page that has a type of style associated with it mostly likely is coming from CSS. Let's walk through a real world analogy that will hopefully help you understand the differences and the specific roles that HTML have compared with CSS. Imagine that you're building a house. If you're building a house, the HTML is kind of like the foundation and the wood framing and the roof and the sheet rock. The CSS on the other hand is more like the paint and the carpet and any kind of design accent that isn't really associated with the structure, but it is what allows a house to look good. Now let's take a look at a website and see what happens when you have a website that has HTML and CSS compared with a website that only has HTML. Right here you can see a fully built out website. This has everything from a navigation bar, it has a parallax feature with background images, it has animations, it has a map, and all of the different elements you'd expect in a website. This website has HTML and CSS. Now, I duplicated this website, and if you want to take a look at it, what I did is I removed the CSS. I didn't make a single change to the HTML. All I did was I removed the calls that brought in the CSS styles, and this is what you would get. Now, if you scroll through it, it still has all the same content, and it even kept a few elements like the embedded map and some things like that. Because of the CSS's role, because CSS is in charge of adding styles, what we're left with here is just plain HTML. It has all of the same structure, but because it doesn't have the CSS, it doesn't have any kind of alignment. It doesn't have the colors. It doesn't bring in the background images, and it doesn't align the items in the proper way. Written guide: https://www.crondose.com/2018/08/learn-how-to-code-what-are-html-and-css/ Follow me: Twitter: https://twitter.com/jordanhudgens Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jordanhudgens/ GitHub: http://github.com/jordanhudgens
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CSS Tutorial — 3 ways to write CSS in an HTML page (2/13)
 
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CSS Tutorial — 3 ways to write CSS in an HTML page (2/13) Before we write any CSS I want you to know... all browsers already have a bunch of CSS in them. The reason why H1 is bigger than P without you writing any CSS, is because the browser comes with a set of default styles. You can see these in Chrome if you just inspect element say on an H1 (so right click, inspect element) and go down to the styles tab. Here they are. I’ll tell you what they mean soon. They might be slightly different from browser to browser. But they do exist. So now that we know that, it’s time for us to write our own styles. There are 3 ways to change the styles of your page. First one is Inline styles. This means within HTML, using an attribute directly added to your elements. I tell you why that’s a terrible idea here. But here’s an example just so you know how it’s done. I take this header tag and I’ll add a style attribute, then I’ll say color is blue. Done. You can see it change but this is bad. Don’t do this. The second way is through actual CSS. Which is a much better idea. You can write your CSS inside a STYLE tag, usually in the HEAD. Whatever you put inside a STYLE tag the browser will treat as CSS. Here’s a basic CSS formula. About 90% of your CSS statements look like this: Selector… {... }... style property… : …. style value…. Sina, what…. the fuck…. Are you talking about? Alright Let me explain. A selector is what part of your HTML you want to style? Which elements.You have the select them first. And we’ll talk about selectors a lot in the next video. There’s all kinds. So for now let’s say a P selector. This will style all your paragraphs with the following styles. Style property is things like Color, Font-size, Background, Border, that kinda thing. So let’s say color which will change the color of the text. COLON. This is almost like the = sign, Style value, for example, red. This is it. You just turned all your paragraphs red. So let’s recap: Select all my p tags, change their COLOR, to RED. That’s it. You can replace any of these three to whatever you want (As long as it makes sense, you can’t say color should be small, or font-size, blue. It has to make sense). So for example: you can instead target all H1s. Or instead of COLOR you can change the BACKGROUND COLOR, and instead of RED, change it to GREEN. So then... it becomes a game of how these 3 things play together and choosing the right combinations. Writing styles in a style tag is alright I guess... but there’s an even better way. Which is to create a separate CSS file dedicated to your styles, and load it into your HTML using a LINK tag. This isn’t a LINK that the user can click on or anything like that, so don’t be tricked by the name. It just means we are linking the HTML to the CSS file. So let’s create a CSS file and move our styles there. DEMO 1 - This is the way we’re gonna do it from now on, because it separates the template (the HTML), from the styles (the CSS). This way things are clean and clear, and you know exactly where to look to find things. And you’ll have 2 small files instead 1 big one, which is hard to navigate, as your site grows. You can also mess around in Chrome Dev tools and manipulate your styles at run-time. Here’s what I mean by that... DEMO 2 - So next we’re gonna look at Selectors and what different types there are. K? BAAAAA
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CSS Basics (Part2) — Cascades
 
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Today we look at a few (not all) of the ways that styles "cascade". SPECIAL THANKS to our guest-host Los! www.losmontoya.com ------------------------------------------------- # 1 The first way stylesheets cascade, is that a single style can effect multiple HTML elements. For example, let's say we have a few paragraph tags. Then let's say that we change our mind and we want all of our paragraphs on our website to be red. We can write one simple style to do this. All of the elements that match the criteria of that style rule, will be effected by it. In this case, every paragraph. Notice That our list was not effected. # 2 The second way that stylesheets cascade is similar to the first, but reversed. That is, one html element can be effected by many styles, in different ways, all at the same time. Let's say we write a general style that makes all of our paragraphs have red text, and then later on we target the first paragraph and make it 18px large. It is now both red and 18px large. See? Cascading. # 3 The third way they cascade is what allows us to use the powers of stylesheets to make large scale websites. In this way, one stylesheet can be applied to many pages across a website, or even multiple sites! For example, on my website I have many pages, on all of those pages I have the same header. This is super easy to accomplish with CSS. I just link all the HTML pages to that same style sheet.
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4 Places To Edit WordPress CSS | WP Learning Lab
 
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Grab Your Free 17-Point WordPress Pre-Launch PDF Checklist: http://vid.io/xqRL 4 Places To Edit WordPress CSS | WP Learning Lab To edit WordPress CSS you first need to know all the places you can find CSS. There are 4 common places. You may not have all these locations on your website because some of them are theme-dependent. The possible CSS locations are: 1. The WordPress theme or child theme stylesheet (this one you have for sure) 2. The theme options panel (this one you may or may not have) 3. A CSS editor on each page and post (this one you may or may not have) 4. Inline CSS applied directly to HTML elements on the page (this one you will have only if you're written it) Let's go through each one. The WordPress theme or child theme stylesheet When inside your WordPress dashboard if you click on Appearance then Editor you will be able to edit theme or child theme files. Usually the style.css is loaded first by default. If it's not loaded find the style.css file in the list of files on the right side of the editor page. When you find it, click on it. That will open the CSS file in WordPress editor. At this point you can make edits to the file and click on the Update button to save your changes. How to actually code CSS is beyond the scope of this tutorial, but you can check out my CSS channel over here (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeFLITjl2v9vtIkftw9UMsw) The danger in editing CSS directly in the stylesheet of the main theme is that what you create may be over written when the theme updates. You get around this problem by creating a child theme (see a tutorial on how to create a WordPress child theme here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z8n1h-85SMQ). The theme options panel Not every theme has a theme options panel, but the ones that do make WordPress CSS so much easier to edit. You can simply add CSS to the CSS box in the theme options and click save changes. The upside is that theme updates won't erase the CSS code you create. A CSS editor on each page and post Some themes, like Avada and Divi, give you the option of insert CSS code right into the individual posts and pages of your website. This is great for CSS that you want to be only one page. I would only recommend doing this if you're putting more than 100 lines of CSS into the page. If it's less than 100 lines of CSS you're better to put into the main stylesheet so you stay organized. If it's more than 100 lines of CSS code that only need to exist on one page then your site will load a little bit faster overall by not loading all that CSS into every page. Inline CSS The last place in our list and the last place you'd want to create CSS code is right in your HTML elements. This is called inline CSS and can be difficult to work with for two big reasons. First, you can't apply the CSS to more than one element at a time. So if you want to style all the paragraphs on the page in the same way you have to apply the same CSS code over and over again to each p tag. This is a pain to administer and will result in larger than needed page sizes. Second, if you add inline CSS to lots of pages it will be come difficult to remember what CSS you applied where. Then trying to find it an make edits will become a pain. Inline CSS also takes precedent over CSS in the stylesheet. So you might be make changes to CSS in the stylesheet, but nothing is happening on the page. You'll go through a frustrating few minutes before you figure out the CSS is actually inline on the page. I hope this information helps you! If you have any questions leave a comment below or ping me @WPLearningLab on Twitter. -------------- If you want more excellent WordPress information check out our website where we post WordPress tutorials daily. https://wplearninglab.com/ Connect with us: WP Learning Lab Channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=wplearninglab Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wplearninglab Twitter: https://twitter.com/WPLearningLab Google Plus: http://google.com/+Wplearninglab Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/wplearninglab/
How to Customize WooCommerce CSS (#CustomizeWoo Ep.10)
 
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**To get access to all the resources mentioned in the video, please log in at https://businessbloomer.com/customize-woocommerce-css-tutorial **To get instant access to all my other free WooCommerce resources, please visit https://businessbloomer.com/#row5 What you're going to learn in this video: 1) WooCommerce CSS: files overview & child themes. The best way to understand how to customize/override WooCommerce CSS is by taking a look at the WooCommerce CSS files. WooCommerce adds stylesheets on top of your WordPress theme and CSS should be overwritten via your child theme's style.css file. But sometimes, this won't work 🙂 2) WooCommerce CSS: first thing first. Inspect Element & Firebug. When you're about to customize CSS, you'd usually start by "inspecting" the element you wish to edit. Problem is - how do I know I've chosen the right "selector"? And how do I know I'm not going to mess with other pages? 3) WooCommerce CSS: why you should never use !important. I'm 100% sure you have used "!important" in your CSS at least once in your web design life 🙂 Beware: this is not a great idea - I'll explain why and I'll show you what else you can use. 4) WooCommerce CSS: most common CSS customization examples. The first thing I usually do is customizing the colors to make them consistent with the brand (for example, add to cart buttons should have the same color as the logo). Then, I move onto fonts, other styles, responsive checks and improvements. We could be talking for hours about this, but I'll try to cover the most common examples.
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CSS - Upgrading HTML Tags with Style: Creating a Website Made Easy
 
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Lesson on Upgrading HTML Tags to CSS Style from Udemy online course: Creating a Website Made Easy Full course description and 25% discount coupon: http://tharsishighlands.com/online-courses/creating-a-website-made-easy/ Transcript: In this lesson, we will take many of the basic HTML tags and use them as CSS element selectors to upgrade their style. In CSS, the HTML tags are called "elements." BODY First, we start with the [body] tag element (YouTube does not allow angle brackets in description). When you first set up your main CSS file, you typically want to establish the basics for your entire page. These can include, • background-color • background-image • default font-size, color and font-family All of these can be handled in the body element. For example, body { background-color: linen; background-image: url("pix/tree.jpg"); font-family: Vera, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 15px; color: #24425C; } SELECTORS We've already seen a little about CSS syntax. For example, h1 { color: blue; } Each CSS style starts with a selector and is followed by one or more declarations within open and close braces — each declaration being a property-value pair: { property: value } Element selectors select all HTML tags of the same name. For instance, for the [p] tag, p { text-align: center; color: red; } [p]All paragraphs with only the p tag are centered and red. This is a demonstration of how the element selector works.[/p] The ID selector uses the ID attribute of an HTML element to select that specific element. ID is a unique identifier. On any one page, there can be only one of that ID. Also, the ID name cannot start with a numeral. For example, #first_heading { color: red; } [h1 id="first_heading"]This is the First Heading on the Page[/h1] The class selector selects all elements with a specific class attribute. .quote { border-style: solid; border-width: 1px; border-color: #880000; padding: 5px; font-size: 18px; font-style: italic; } Here, we see a class called "quote" which uses larger type, italics and a dark red border. Next, is the HTML which uses that class. [p class="quote"]"There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy."[/p] A class can be restricted to only one element type. For example, p.first { text-indent: 0px; } This can be helpful if all other paragraphs are given an indent. The first paragraph after a heading can be made flush left. We can also use more than one class at a time. For example, [p class="first quote"]"Houston, we have a problem..."[/p] We've already seen how selectors which share property values can be grouped. h1, h2, h3 { color: steelblue; } In the earlier lesson on the Head section, we learned how to link to an external style sheet — a file with sets of selectors and declarations. For internal CSS, you have the same selector-declaration combinations, but set within open and close [style] tags. [head] [style] body { background-color: darkslateblue; } [/style] [/head] And for inline CSS, you have the same selector-declaration combinations within a style attribute. [p style="text-indent: 50px; color: steelblue;"]This is important text.[/p] Multiple Styles Cascade into One CSS statements have a sequence of priority. The lowest priority of style is the browser defaults. Next are the external and internal style sheets in the head section. Sequence matters, so if you link to your external style sheet after the internal style declarations, the external CSS takes priority over the internal. Finally, the inline style declarations take the highest priority. For all style information that uses the same selectors, the highest priority replaces the lower priorities. For example, External: p { color: blue; text-indent: 30px; } Internal: p { color: green; } Inline: p { color: red; } The final style is: p { color: red; text-indent: 30px; } Background: The following properties control the background of HTML elements. • background-color • background-image • background-repeat • background-attachment • background-position Example: body { background-color: blue; } As we've already learned, colors can be specified, • As Hex — like "#00ffff" • As RGB — like "rgb(0,255,255)" • By name — like "aqua" We will learn more about colors and the new CSS3 color specification in a later lesson. Background Image: The default behavior of a background image is to repeat the image both vertically and horizontally in order to fill the entire background of the element with the selected picture. body { background-image: url("pix/sandbaked.gif"); } [...] In the next lesson, we talk about fonts, tables and links. Music: "Acid Jazz," "Darkness Speaks," and "Fanfare for Space" by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Still: Clear Creek 5 by ImBooToo via Morguefile.com.
Views: 1496 Rod Martin, Jr.
Creating a nice layout CSS Grid layout using grid template areas
 
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Continuing my dive into the CSS Grid, this week I take a look at grid template areas, and how they make laying out a design SUPER intuitive. I first set up my layout using grid-template-rows, grid-template-columns, and then finally grid-template-areas. Following that up with a simple card with another grid inside the layout, I then take a look at how we can combine all three of those properties into the single grid-template property. Honestly, grid template is a bit of magic and it makes me happy. Here is the Codepen from where I started if you want to follow along: https://codepen.io/kevinpowell/pen/mMqvMb And here is the finished layout on CodePen: https://codepen.io/kevinpowell/pen/rzGJBJ/ Hopefully once you're done with this video, as well as my previous one where I looked at naming our grid lines, you'll have a good understanding on how to use CSS Grid, and start to realize it's awesome potential. This is a real game changer in how we can approach layouts on the web guys! And if you've made it this far into reading the description, let me know with a comment saying 'the grid rocks my socks' to let me know! And one last note, if you're wondering how to make all of this responsive (or more responsive), @media is your answer. You can completely change a layout either by changing the grid-template-areas, or just keeping everything the same, but redefining your columns and rows. --- Support me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/kevinpowell I'm on some other places on the internet too! If you'd like a behind the scenes and previews of what's coming up on my YouTube channel, make sure to follow me on Instagram and Twitter. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kevinpowell.co/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/KevinJPowell Codepen: https://codepen.io/kevinpowell/ Github: https://github.com/kevin-powell
Views: 35348 Kevin Powell
Our first HTML & CSS web page - Dreamweaver CC 2017 [03/13]
 
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Full course at: https://goo.gl/VSQZAL Free Exercise Files: https://goo.gl/vLxmYT Free Cheat Sheet: https://goo.gl/uTcQQC Get Adobe Dreamweaver here: https://goo.gl/HnRxzo Hey there, In this page, we're going to create our first bit of HTML and CSS. We're going to be doing some coding, but don't worry. It's going to be pretty easy coding. So, let's get into it. So, we've opened up Dreamweaver. First thing we need to do is we need to create something called a site. So, go up to 'Site', along the top here, and go to 'New Site'. Give your site a name, you can call it anything you like, and we'll call this one, ‘Dans Portfolio’, and down here, this is the important bit, the local site folder. And, all this does, is tell our Dreamweaver where you're going to keep your website on your computer. Now, you need to keep all of your files in this one folder. Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bringyourownlaptop/ Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/danlovesadobe Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BringYourOwnLaptop/ Full course at: https://goo.gl/VSQZAL
Views: 156570 Bring Your Own Laptop
How to Select Your First Programming Language
 
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Start learning to code at Treehouse with a free 7-Day trial: http://trhou.se/2FK1vMq Twitter: https://trhou.se/Twitter Instagram: https://trhou.se/Instagram LinkedIn: https://trhou.se/LinkedIn Facebook: https://trhou.se/Facebook How to Select Your First Programming Language One of the hardest questions you’ll ask when you start tackling programming is ‘what language should I learn first?’ – let’s talk through some of the concerns you might have: • It Feels Final • Programming Languages seem very different from each other What if I pick the wrong language? Some languages ARE harder to learn than others. Especially if it’s your first. However, every language has been someone’s first and they’ve been through the same issues that you’re experiencing. If you feel like you’ve picked the wrong language, you may have picked one with syntax that is too verbose. But you may also be experiencing a challenge – When you start learning a new language you’re going to learn a lot – and if you’re following a good tutorial, it should even be fun. But after you learn the basic concepts of something, you may find that the next concepts are more challenging. While you may want to give up – that’s when you’ll want to work even harder. Push through your confusion, take good notes, and learn as much as you can. By pushing yourself you’ll find that you can learn anything. We see this all time. You’ll find that the ‘What programming language should I learn first?’ questions is incredibly popular and after a few months, you’ll find yourself offering your own advice to others just getting started. Here are the main modern programming languages you’ll likely be considering: JavaScript PHP Python Ruby Objective C / Swift C# Java / Kotlin • Programming Project Examples https://github.com/karan/Projects Which Do I Choose? While plenty of people will gladly tell you exactly what language to learn – here are a few considerations: What do you want to do? If you are interested in working for a specific company, you’ll want to take a look at their job boards. They’ll list specific requirements. Don’t worry if you don’t meet any of them now. You will. But this’ll give you an idea of the direction you’re heading. What do you want to build? This is one of the most challenging questions to answer. “What do you want to build?” If you have an idea for something to build, you might already be building it. Knowing what you want to build solves the ‘what programming language should I learn first’ question quickly – because the language is just a tool to get you where you want to go. If you don’t know what you want to build, check out a site like this one https://github.com/karan/Projects it has a list of projects that can be completed in any language. Consider them like puzzles or challenges and start with the easiest one. Once you select a language you’ll discover that there are tons of resources for learning it – there’s podcasts, video tutorials, books, apps, conferences, meetups – just tons of things – and while it’s a challenge to filter out what’s most valuable – as most of these resources are going to be talking about things you won’t understand yet – you want to Immerse Yourself in the Language and take it all in. But the most important thing is you’ve decided to learn to code. Congratulations, that’s a huge step, and if you’ve made it this far, I can tell you something, You’re gonna love it. Remember, coding is fun, and therefore learning to code should be fun too, don’t let these early decisions stress you out. You got this! Stick with it! CORRECTION: At 2:01 We list HTML/CSS on a slide in a list of Programming Languages – we didn't mean to imply that HTML/CSS are programming languages. They are markup languages. However, we do recommend learning HTML & CSS before learning a web-focused programming language. We appreciate everyone's concern about correcting this! ;) Learn how to build websites and apps, write code, or start a business at Treehouse. Learn from over 1,000 videos created by our expert teachers on web design, coding, business, and much more. Treehouse teaches the in-demand technology skills you need to land your dream job.
Views: 502491 Treehouse
HTML tutorial: Flowing text around an image | lynda.com
 
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This HTML tutorial shows how to flow text around a normally inline image element using the CSS float property. Watch more at http://www.lynda.com/HTML-tutorials/HTML-Essential-Training-2012/99326-2.html?utm_medium=viral&utm_source=youtube&utm_campaign=videoupload-web-dev-mEMrFbX4Agg. This tutorial is a single movie from the first chapter of the HTML Essential Training course presented by lynda.com author Bill Weinman. The complete course is 5.5 hours long and introduces new web designers to the nuts and bolts of HTML (HyperText Markup Language), the programming language behind most web pages HTML Essential Training table of contents: Introduction 1. Overview 2. Fundamentals of HTML 3. Meta data and the document head 4. Text 5. A CSS Primer 6. Images 7. Hyperlinks 8. Lists 9. Structural, contextual, and semantic elements 10. Audio, video and other objects 11. HTML5 Data Elements 12. HTML5 Microdata 13. Document Outlines 14. Tables 15. Frames 16. Forms 17. A case study Conclusion
Views: 125405 LinkedIn Learning
What is HTML / CSS / JavaScript? (Web Development in 3 minutes)
 
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HTML CSS and JS are the three pillars of web development. They are all important but not 100% necessary (Except HTML) to build the web. Think of it all as a house. HTML is the foundation of that house. It’s the house structure, the walls, the floors, ceiling and roof. Without it there won’t be a house. HTML is like a word document that describes the structure of your web page. CSS is what you use to style the web, it’s all the decor and furniture inside your house. The paint and the art on the wall, the rugs on the floor, everything you need in order to make your house look like a real house. You can still have a house without furniture, the same way you can have a site CSS but it just won’t look complete. Here’s NYTimes without any CSS. Ewwwwwwwwwww. It’s the same content structure as the site with CSS, but clearly not the same end result. Like a house without paint or furniture. And finally JavaScript. It’s what adds functionality to the web. It’s what turns the house into a livable place, it’s your appliances, the electricity, the heat and water, WiFi, sound system. You can have a house without any of those things, but it just won’t do anything, totally not cool to live in. So the same way you can have a house with nothing but 4 walls, you can have a website with just HTML but you really need CSS and JavaScript to make it a home. These 3 are what’s used to build the front end of a website. We are going to dive much deeper in all of them shortly.
Views: 1806 ColorCode
Sly 2: Band of Thieves speedrun in 5:06:25
 
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First run with the risky ep 4 route. Awful early game, solid mid game and alright endgame. Episode times Cairo: 2:45 - Bad, was first run of the day. Ep 1: 29:09 - Alright, got B&E CSS but bad op (30s). Ep 2: 32:47 - Bad, a 50s mistake on Lower the Drawbridge. Ep 3: 33:19 - Awful, 30s in Leading Rajan, 20+ in Neyla's Secret and 40+ in Rip Off the Ruby. Ep 4: 35:01 - Good overall, but 30s in the operation. Ep 5: 48:09 - Not bad at all, ~40s to gold in Ghost Capture. Ep 6: 30:51 - Very good overall. Bad end location from Spice in the Sky = ~10s. Ep 7: 42:08 - Pretty bad. Died + slop in op (40s) and poor Bearcave Bugging (30s). Ep 8: 30:06 - Not bad for being ep 8! 40s in Charged TNT Run. --- Follow me at Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/gnisten6 Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Gnisten6 Join my discord server: https://discord.gg/yvTjxgB
Views: 953 Gnist
Big Daddy Linux Live! 3-9-19 (8pm EST)
 
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This week on BDLL! We discuss our weekly distro challenge and all things Linux! There is no distro challenge this week but we are giving Bitwarden Password Manager a try out this week Want to join us? You can download zoom at www.zoom.us and install it and join the meeting via this link www.bigdaddylinux.com/zoom We will be multistreaming with ReStream https://restream.io/ so you can watch it here on Youtube or on Twitch! https://www.twitch.tv/bigdaddylinux Check out www.bigdaddylinux.com for more info. Links for people who join BDLL can be found at https://www.bigdaddylinux.com/community Join the discussion during the week in our telegram group at https://www.bigdaddylinux.com/telegram Join us on Discord at www.bigdaddylinux.com/discord
Views: 822 BigDaddyLinux
Macklemore x Ryan Lewis "WINGS" Official Music Video
 
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www.ziamohajerjasbi.com THE VIDEO: Director/DP/Art Director/Editor/Colorist: Zia Mohajerjasbi Producers: Hollis Wong-Wear, Zia Mohajerjasbi, Sam Toloui Associate Producers: Amaniel Gebregiorgis, Tricia Davis, Nick Zieber Gaffer/Key Grip: Steve Failows Grips: Futsum Tsegai, Will Foster, Rezene Tsegai, Ryan McNamee Executive Producers: All that pledged to the "WINGS" Kickstarter campaign STARRING: Lucas King as Mini-Macklemore SPECIAL THANKS TO: Officials Vintage, Sonny Byers and the Denny Middle School Chorus, Chera Amlag and Cascade Middle School, Mark Terry and The Northwest School, Rock Paper Scissors, Kyle Johnson, Dean Cannon, Tyan Bardon, Kai Shelton, Shaudi Vahdat, Mad Dog Productions, Jordan Nicholson, Kelly and Mike King, Supreme Cutz, The Station, Jefferson Community Center, Youth Ambassadors, YMCA Seattle Black Achievers Program, Sandpoint Housing Youth Program, Ryan Swigart, Anu Mohajerjasbi, Wizdom, Sam Terry, Paul Javid, John Gonzales, Ryan Middleton, Light Iron Digital, Zach Quillen, Chana Johnson, Laila Montenegro, Beacon Hill, Yesler Terrace. THE SONG: Produced by Ryan Lewis Written by Ben Haggerty, Hollis Wong-Wear Composed by Ryan Lewis, Andrew Joslyn Engineered by Ryan Lewis, Pete Stewart, Amos Miller Choir Vocals by Denny Middle School Chorus (Sonny Byers) Vocals by Ray Dalton, Camila Recchio Piano, B3 Organ by Noah Goldberg Violin, Viola and Percussion by Andrew Joslyn Cello by Danah Olivetree Trumpet by Owuor Arunga Bass Guitar by Zach Fleury Recorded at Macklemore and Ryan Lewis Studios, Orbit Audio, Denny Middle School @drzia @macklemore @ryanlewis
Views: 151209222 Zia Mohajerjasbi
Change WordPress Font-Size Using Theme Options or CSS | WP Learning Lab
 
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Grab Your Free 17-Point WordPress Pre-Launch PDF Checklist: http://vid.io/xqRL Download your exclusive 10-Point WP Hardening Checklist: http://bit.ly/10point-wordpress-hardening-checklist Change WordPress Font-Size Using Theme Options or CSS | WP Learning Lab Changing WordPress Font-size is done in the theme options panel or with CSS. Once you know where to make the changes in your theme it is easy to do. As with a lot of things in Wordpress, where you do things depends on the theme you're using and the plugins you're running. First, always check to see if your theme has theme options. If it does then you should be able to find a typography tab to edit font sizes. Sometimes font sizes will be found in the general settings of the theme options. The theme options will be found either under the Appearance menu in the left hand side admin menu or there will be special menu item that the them itself added. If your theme doesn't have theme options, then you're next stop should be the customizer. Some themes have a lot of WordPress Customizer support. Go to Appearance then Customizer to see if you can edit font sizes there. If both of those are a no-go then you're left with going to directly to the stylesheet to change font sizes. This is method is great if you have some CSS knowledge. To find your stylesheet go to Appearance then Editor. The stylesheet will be the first thing to appear in the editor. If, for some reason, it's not there, then find the style.css file in the list of theme files on the right and click it to open it in the editor. NOTE: You should be edit stylesheet of a child theme only. If you edit the parent theme stylesheet directly then your edits could be overwritten when you update the them. Here's a tutorial on how to create a child theme if you need it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z8n1h-85SMQ Now that you have the CSS stylesheet open in the editor you will need to find the font styles. The easiest way to do this is go to your main site and find the fonts that you want to edit. If you're using Google Chrome or Firefox right click on the text and choose the "inspector" or "inspect" from the context menu. If you're not using Google Chrome or Firefox then start using them. In the inspector that opens at the bottom of the page you should see the text highlighted in the main area and the class of the element on the right. You can type styles right into the element on the right hand side to quickly test to see how big you want the font to be. This doesn't save it permanently. What you see is only in your browser and as soon as you refresh the page you'll lose it. So, find the class for the text, find the right size and move that CSS rule in to the stylesheet for the child theme. Sometimes you'll have to fight with the existing CSS to make your font changes take effect. That's where a command link !important comes in very handy. If you type .h2 {font-size:10px !important;}. Having !important forces that style to take precedent over all others. It's a lazy way to code CSS, but unless you have time to find the conflicting styles, it's a fast and easy trick. I hope this information helps you! If you have any questions leave a comment below or ping me @WPLearningLab on Twitter. -------------- If you want more excellent WordPress information check out our website where we post WordPress tutorials daily. https://wplearninglab.com/ Connect with us: WP Learning Lab Channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=wplearninglab Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wplearninglab Twitter: https://twitter.com/WPLearningLab Google Plus: http://google.com/+Wplearninglab Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/wplearninglab/
8 Inline CSS style  is nothing but a element Attribute
 
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This was yet another Aha moment .For centuries together ,i could just not figure my head about understanding the style definitions written internally .This again is not good practise and it's always better writing the style sheets and Javascript in seperate folders for the same .However ,it serves well to know how they are written lest you need to analyse a code where style's have been written internally .Like discussed in teh video ,the common attribute key here stays as style and then the attribute value like any other attribute value is within quotes where we basically define the CSS properties
Views: 317 Make Knowledge Free
To Mow or not to Mow: History and Lawn Care
 
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The idea of a lawn is very old, but it took a key technology to make lawns very common. We have found some topics that do not fit our ten to fifteen minute format, and will be releasing some of those under the title "History Guy Short." These will be released in addition to our regular posting schedule. This is original content based on research by The History Guy. Images in the Public Domain are carefully selected and provide illustration. As images of actual events are sometimes not available, images of similar objects and events are used for illustration. All events are portrayed in historical context and for educational purposes. Those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it. Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/fiveminutesofhistory/ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/TheHistoryGuy The History Guy: History Deserves to Be Remembered is the place to find short snippets of forgotten history from five to fifteen minutes long. If you like history too, this is the channel for you. Subscribe for more forgotten history: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4sEmXUuWIFlxRIFBRV6VXQ?sub_confirmation=1. Awesome The History Guy merchandise is available at: https://teespring.com/stores/the-history-guy Script by THG #history #thehistoryguy #historyguyshort
Drake - Behind Barz | Link Up TV
 
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Views: 32209238 Link Up TV
CSS Tutorial for Beginners, the Complete Guide | Udemy Instructor,  Maximilian Schwarzmüller
 
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In this video, CSS Tutorial for Beginners | Udemy Instructor, Maximilian Schwarzmüller teaches the CSS so you can build beautiful websites with beginning to advanced CSS features. CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) is super-important. You'll find basically no website without it. And still many people use it in a trial-and-error way. Let's dive into CSS, it's concepts and how it really works in this video! Explore the full course on Udemy with a discount using the following link: https://www.udemy.com/css-the-complete-guide-incl-flexbox-grid-sass/?couponCode=AM_CSS_UYT What you'll learn - Build beautiful websites which don't just contain great content but also look good - Use basic as well as advanced CSS features - Understand the concepts and theory behind CSS and certain CSS features CSS - short for Cascading Style Sheets - is a "programming language" you use to turn your raw HTML pages into real beautiful websites. This course covers it all - we start at the very basics (What is CSS? How does it work? How do you use it)? and gradually dive in deeper and deeper. And we do this by showing both practical examples as well as the theory behind it. This course is for - Anyone who wants to learn CSS for the first time or wants to sharpen his or her CSS skills - Anyone who's excited to learn about the latest CSS features like Flexbox, CSS Grid or CSS Variables - Anyone who knows CSS but wants to dive deeper #CSS #CSSTutorial Start learning today! #Udemy #ITeachOnUdemy Share your story with #BeAble
Views: 11866 Udemy
Color Swatch Trick EVERY Designer Should Know! Photoshop Swatches from HTML, CSS, & SVG
 
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In this Photoshop tutorial, I am going to show you how to create color swatches from external files such as HTML, CSS, SVG, and JPG documents. This video is going to be really helpful for designers who are working on projects that require the use of specific colors found in external files. The goal is to create a custom color swatch set that can be used when working on projects that require those specific colors. In the first example, we will take a logo into Adobe Color CC so that the online app analyzes the colors and saves them into a CC library. Then I'll show you how to take an SVG file, and CSS file into Photoshop to create a color swatch set from the colors found within those files. These first two examples require Photoshop CC. But the third example can be followed by anyone using older versions of Photoshop. We will use color tables to grab the color palette from any photograph and open that color table in the Swatches panel. If you have any questions please leave them below or head over to this tutorial's page on our website: https://photoshoptrainingchannel.com/color-swatches-from-external-files-in-photoshop Subscribe + Like + Share + Comment = More Video Tutorials! Thank you for watching! =================================== If you enjoyed this video be sure to subscribe to our newsletter to receive free weekly photoshop tips and more! Subscribe: http://ptcvids.com/subscribe For more in-depth Photoshop Tutorials be sure to check out our Premium tutorials. http://ptcvids.com/shop/ =================================== LINKS Website: https://photoshoptrainingchannel.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PhotoshopTrainingChannel Instagram: http://instagram.com/jrfromptc LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/company/Photoshop-Training-Channel Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/ptcpins Behance: https://www.behance.net/JRfromPTC YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/photoshoptrainingch Google +: https://google.com/+Photoshoptrainingchannel This Video's Youtube Link: http://youtu.be/QnaPUChhWdo Photoshop video tutorials by Jesus Ramirez
CSS Units REM vs EM vs PX in Hindi | Differences and When to use REM or EM
 
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Welcome, Wanna Know Difference Between REM vs EM in Font Size in HTML CSS. REM as in Root EM. While em is relative to the font size of its direct or nearest parent, rem is only relative to the HTML (root) font-size. I like to think of it as a reset. If a style sheet is built in a modular fashion, then rem shouldn't be needed very often, but it can be handy at times "Honestly, I have no idea how to ask, but if you donate to support me, It's gonna help me a lot to grow my channel and make more such awesome videos." DONATION FOR SUPPORT: PhonePay = [email protected] GooglePay: [email protected] Tools I used to record videos 1: Dell Inspiron 15 5570 2018 15.6-inch FHD Laptop (8th Gen Core i3-8130/4GB + 16GB Optane Memory/1TB/Windows 10): https://amzn.to/2DErOoG 2: Wright WR 800 Condenser Microphone with Free USB Sound Card : https://amzn.to/2TjRUmc 3: Wright Wp 101 Pop Filter For Dynamic Condenser Microphone Voice Recording: https://amzn.to/2B67lro 4: AmazonBasics Ventilated Laptop Stand (Black): https://amzn.to/2DDs1Zd 5: Generic NB-35 Professional Recording Microphone Stand: https://amzn.to/2HBDbC1 6: JBL T160 in-Ear Headphones with Mic (Black): https://amzn.to/2HwbJp0 7: AmazonBasics Braided HDMI Cable - 6-Feet: https://amzn.to/2TkCTkc Guys, Please support my channel by SUBSCRIBE to my channel and share my videos in your Social Network TimeLines. Don't Forget to Follow me on all Social Network, Website Link: https://www.thapatechnical.com Instagram Link: https://www.instagram.com/vinodthapa55 Facebook Link: https://www.facebook.com/vinodthapa55 Twitter Link: https://twitter.com/vb55thapa Facebook ThapaTechnical Page Link: https://www.facebook.com/vinodbahadurthapa/
Views: 617 Thapa Technical
See It, Say It, Sign It | Letter Sounds | ASL Alphabet
 
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See It, Say It Sign It as you learn sign language for each letter and the letter sounds for each letter of the alphabet. Jack shows the sign for each letter and the letter sounds for each letter as he sings the letter name and the letter is shown on the screen, this version also includes the letter sounds and objects beginning with the sound. This is a simple and fun way to learn sign language for each letter of the alphabet. As a fun follow up challenge have each student spell their name using signs for each letter. ASL alphabet. Lyrics See it, say it, sign it The letters of the alphabet See it, say it, sign it The letters of the alphabet A, a this is the letter a /A/ /a/ apple /A/ /a/ acorn B, b, this is the letter b /B/ /b/ baby /B/ /b/ ball C, c, this is the letter c /C/ /c/ cat /C/ /c/ car D, d, this is the letter d /D/ /d/ dog /D/ /d/ daisy E, e, this is the letter e /E/ /e/ egg /E/ /e/ eagle F, f, this is the letter f /F/ /f/ fish /F/ /f/ fan G, g, this is the letter g /G/ /g/ goat /G/ /g/ gum H, h, this is the letter h /H/ /h/ hat /H/ /h/ hippo See it, say it, sign it The letters of the alphabet See it, say it, sign it The letters of the alphabet I, i, this is the letter i /I/ /i/ igloo /I/ /i/ ice J, j, this is the letter j /J/ /j/ jet /J/ /j/ juice K, k, this is the letter k /K/ /k/ kite /K/ /k/ kangaroo L, l, this is the letter l /L/ /l/ lamp /L/ /l/ lion M, m, this is the letter m /M/ /m/ mouse /M/ /m/ monkey N, n, this is the letter n /N/ /n/ nickel /N/ /n/ nest O, o, this is the letter o /O/ /o/ otter /O/ /o/ oval P, p, this is the letter p /P/ /p/ pumpkin /P/ /p/ pizza See it, say it, sign it The letters of the alphabet See it, say it, sign it The letters of the alphabet Q, q, this is the letter q /Q/ /q/ quail /Q/ /q/ quarter R, r, this is the letter r /R/ /r/ rug /R/ /r/ rainbow S, s, this is the letter s /S/ /s/ sun /S/ /s/ sandwich T, t, this is the letter t /T/ /t/ tiger /T/ /t/ taco U, u, this is the letter u /U/ /u/ umbrella /U/ /u/ ukulele V, v, this is the letter v /V/ /v/ van /V/ /v/ viper W, w, this is the letter w /W/ /w/ woodpecker /W/ /w/ windmill X, x, this is the letter x /X/ /x/ like in fox /X/ /x/ like in box Y, y, this is the letter y /Y/ /y/ yo-yo /Y/ /y/ yellow Z, z, this is the letter z /Z/ /z/ zebra /Z/ /z/ zipper See it, say it, sign it The letters of the alphabet See it, say it, sign it The letters of the alphabet Jack Hartmann's website: www.jackhartmann.com Remember to connect with Jack Hartmann on his Social Networks: Facebook: www.facebook.com/hop2itmusic Pinterest: www.pinterest.com/jackhartmann YouTube: www.youtube.com/user/JackHartmann Twitter: twitter.com/Jack_Hartmann Google +: plus.google.com/u/0/111246828015196865180 You can find Jack Hartmann's Music on: Jack Hartmann Website: www.jackhartmann.com iTunes: itunes.apple.com/us/artist/jack-hartmann/id391057562 Amazon Mp3: amazon.com/Boom-Chicka/dp/artist-redirect/B0156RBPXW/ref=sr_1_1?s=dmusic&ie=UTF8&qid=1492528781&sr=1-1&keywords=Jack+Hartmann Google Play: play.google.com/store/music/artist/Jack_Hartmann?id=Ax3xg7dhdt5nx4b47dnwxjnhhhy&hl=en CD Baby: www.cdbaby.com/Artist/JackHartmann
What is CSS (Cascading style sheets) Dreamweaver CC Tutorial [15/34]
 
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Full course at: https://goo.gl/WQFoQP Free Exercise Files: https://goo.gl/pvRxSb Free Cheat Sheet: https://goo.gl/YmkS5W Hi, Welcome, My name is Daniel Walter Scott. I am a trainer here at Bring Your Own Laptop. The topic we are covering today is: What is CSS (Cascading Style sheets) Dreamweaver CC Tutorial CSS will allow us to style all of our HTML. Currently we have our vintage camper page. We have our H1s, our H2s, some paragraph tags, some links but not been able to change colour or font. Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bringyourownlaptop/ Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/danlovesadobe?lang=en Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BringYourOwnLaptop/?fref=ts Full course at: https://goo.gl/WQFoQP
Views: 15133 Bring Your Own Laptop
Counter-Strike - DE dust2 HD
 
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Based on the game, Counter-Strike: Source, this fifth episode in the series brings our stick characters to the map, de_dust2. Facebook! http://fb.com/flashdeck Twitter! http://twitter.com/flashdeckanim Credits: Done by Wei Xing Yong http://flash-deck.com This flash was first released in October 2008. Enjoy!
Views: 98744271 flashdeckanimations
How to create an awesome navigation bar with HTML & CSS
 
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In This video i taught you how to make navbar in template Blogger:-http://buddy4help1.blogspot.in/ A tutorial that takes a look at how to create a nice looking nav bar with a cool little hover effect for the nav items, using HTML and CSS. A tutorial that takes a look at how to create a nice looking nav bar with a cool little hover effect for the nav items, using HTML and CSS. hey guys what's going on it's clever techie and in this video we're going to learn how to create a transparent navigation menu with CSS and HTML that's gonna look like this go ahead and get started right away so i created a new folder and inside this folder have this nature that jpg file that you just thought you can use any background you want otherwise you can download this file in the description of this video I'm going to create two new files here index dot HTML as well as style dot CSS and i'm good i'm going to open the files in the text editor of my choice which is netbeans ok so now we're ready to create our navigation menu so for the HTML i'm going to use the HTML opening closing tags right away and then i'm going to include the stylesheet right away as well using a link tag with a trap attribute and i'm going to provide the path where his style is located i'm going to say a rail which is another attribute and i'm going to say stylesheet because we're including the stylesheet ok so this navigation bar is going to consist of a bunch of you LOL and Li tags which has which means unordered list and list items so here's what we're going to be creating out let's create the first unordered list and this another list is going to be our main menu so when I have stuff like home about thanks to do contact and let sexually add another one here called news so this is going to be our main menu let's see what this looks like right now by open it inside the browser so you can see that this is just a unordered list pure and impure HTML right now so there's not no menu at this point and we're going to add the style we're going to add the old style inside our style.css but for but first let's go ahead and add all the submenu items as well so home is not going to have any sub menu items because it's just a home link but the about list item is going to have other sub menus so inside this Li tags we want to add another want to add another unordered list so let's go ahead and do that now and we just okay so for this another list want to have stuff like our team campsites condition and vision so you just put whatever you want for these doesn't really matter i just want to show you guys that this is inside this Li about tagged by doing these tabs here ok so you can see that these this Ally we're still inside the a lie about so that you always put it inside of this Li list item because it's going to have all the sub elements and if I view this in a browser Oh save it first five you this in the browser you can see how these list items are in fact under news about so those are going to be our sub menu items ok so let's do the same thing for things to do make sure you're inside the lis tag i'm just going to copy all of these here and then i'm going to replace those with some other many's many texts activities parks shops fix that one right there shops and events and let's go ahead and add more to contact make sure inside the list item copy some of those tags already created and i'm just going to have to for for the can contact so map and directions ok let's see what it looks like so far and as you can see this is our complete navigation bar with submenus without all the styling so all the HTML content is ready now we're going to write all the CSS for it ok so this is our HTML code let's start working on CSS ok so let's apply the background image first because it's just gonna look at make it look pretty right away i'm using nature that jpg whatever no-repeat on it and for the background sighs i'm going to put cover which is going to adjust it to the image screen and it's going to cover the whole going to cover the whole background of our web browser and for a font family right away i want to say finally aerial let's see what it looks like okay you can see that it added the background image and change the font the font family or font whatever font and just change the fund okay next up let's make sure our unordered list doesn't have any margins or padding by setting in 20 and also put the list style to non because we don't want to have any kind of bullets on there are listening so you can see that it removes all those bullets and remove the tag and everything else ok let's go back here ok so the
Views: 10 Buddy 4 Help
How To Become a Web Developer in India in Hindi
 
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How to become a Web Developer in Hindi in India 2019. Front-End Developer Backend and Database all in Web Developer. The front end of a website is the part that users interact with. Everything that you see when you’re navigating around the Internet, from fonts and colors to dropdown menus and sliders, is a combo of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript is controlled by your computer’s browser. Front-end web development is the practice of converting data to a graphical interface for the user to view and interact with data through digital interaction using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. The back end of a website consists of a server, an application, and a database. A back-end developer builds and maintains the technology that powers those components which, together, enable the user-facing side of the website to even exist in the first place. What is a Web database? A Web database is a database application designed to be managed and accessed through the Internet. Website operators can manage this collection of data and present analytical results based on the data in the Web database application. 2: What Is a Front-End Development in Hindi? sol: Front-end web development, also known as client-side development is the practice of producing HTML, CSS and JavaScript for a website or Web Application so that a user can see and interact with them directly. 3: what are the Front End languages in Hindi? sol: Front end languages include HTML, CSS, Javascript, Bootstrap4 and Jquery also there are many more but these three are the top 5 which we used on our website. In order to be a front end developer (sometimes even called a Javascript developer), you do not need back end development skills. Sites created by front end developers won't interact with information stored on a database in order to be functional. or inShort A front end technology is what the user visualize ie the website look and feel etc. For going deep frontend consists HTML,CSS JS, JQuery etc 4: What Is a Back End Development in Hindi? sol: The backend (or “server-side”) is the portion of the website you don’t see. It’s responsible for storing and organizing data, and ensuring everything on the client-side actually works. The backend communicates with the front-end, sending and receiving information to be displayed as a web page. Whenever you fill out a contact form, type in a web address, or make a purchase (any user interaction on the client-side), your browser sends a request to the server-side, which returns information in the form of frontend code that the browser can interpret and display. or In short Backend technology is what the process behind any click on website or game or any thing. Backend mainly consists of PHP, Python, Java, C,C++, Perl,R, etc 6: What is a Database? The database is a systematic collection of data. Databases support storage and manipulation of data. Databases make data management easy. Let's discuss a few examples. An online telephone directory would definitely use a database to store data pertaining to people, phone numbers, other contact details, etc. Let's also consider Facebook. It needs to store, manipulate and present data related to members, their friends, member activities, messages, advertisements and a lot more. 7: What is a Database Management System (DBMS)? Database Management System (DBMS) is a collection of programs which enables its users to access a database, manipulate data, reporting/representation of data. It also helps to control access to the database. "Honestly, I have no idea how to ask, but if you donate to support me, It's gonna help me a lot to grow my channel and make more such awesome videos." DONATION FOR SUPPORT: PhonePay = [email protected] GooglePay: [email protected] Tools I used to record videos 1: Dell Inspiron 15 5570 2018 15.6-inch FHD Laptop (8th Gen Core i3-8130/4GB + 16GB Optane Memory/1TB/Windows 10): https://amzn.to/2DErOoG 2: Wright WR 800 Condenser Microphone with Free USB Sound Card : https://amzn.to/2TjRUmc 3: Wright Wp 101 Pop Filter For Dynamic Condenser Microphone Voice Recording: https://amzn.to/2B67lro 4: AmazonBasics Ventilated Laptop Stand (Black): https://amzn.to/2DDs1Zd 5: Generic NB-35 Professional Recording Microphone Stand: https://amzn.to/2HBDbC1 6: JBL T160 in-Ear Headphones with Mic (Black): https://amzn.to/2HwbJp0 7: AmazonBasics Braided HDMI Cable - 6-Feet: https://amzn.to/2TkCTkc Guys, Please support my channel by SUBSCRIBE to my channel and share my videos in your Social Network TimeLines. Don't Forget to Follow me on all Social Network, Website Link: https://www.thapatechnical.com Instagram Link: https://www.instagram.com/vinodthapa55 Facebook Link: https://www.facebook.com/vinodthapa55 Twitter Link: https://twitter.com/vb55thapa Facebook ThapaTechnical Page Link: https://www.facebook.com/vinodbahadurthapa/
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Atom Editor Tutorials #10 - Emmet For Fast HTML & CSS
 
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In this Atom Editor Tutorial, I show you Emmet for writing fast HTML & CSS. Subscribe for more free tutorials https://goo.gl/6ljoFc Purchase this series for early access: https://goo.gl/MXOz56 Support Free Tutorials https://www.leveluptutorials.com/store/ The best shared web hosting http://www.bluehost.com/track/leveluptutorials/ Subscribe to Level Up Pro for extra features! https://www.leveluptutorials.com/store/products/pro Subscribe to the Level Up Newsletter http://eepurl.com/AWjGz To Support Level Up Tuts: http://leveluptuts.com/donations Simple cloud hosting, built for developers.: https://www.digitalocean.com/?refcode=67357174b09e Atom is a text editor that's modern, approachable, yet hackable to the core—a tool you can customize to do anything but also use productively without ever touching a config file.
Views: 99425 LevelUpTuts
CSS Tutorial — How to use Fonts  (12/13)
 
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CSS Tutorial — How to use Fonts (12/13) All you gotta do to change the font of your page is decide what font you wanna use, say Roboto and write font-family: Roboto… Really? No... not really, it’s more complicated than that. Typography is a gigantic topic in web design and of course you have a ton of options in CSS to better your font styles and its readability. Now this isn’t a design course, so I won’t be covering design theory, I’m not gonna tell you what looks good and what doesn’t, but I will show you how to manage your fonts in HTML/CSS. You can use fonts that already exist on your computer and everybody else’s computers like “Times New Roman” or “Arial”, these are generic “WEB SAFE” fonts, but they’re limited and honestly kinda boring. Or you can use what’s called a custom font. There are a ton of custom fonts out there. If you’re a designer you have definitely worked with custom fonts so you know what I’m talking, you’re also not gonna like what I’m about to say. I am not a huge fan using custom fonts for websites Not because they’re not cool or pretty. But for one thing, not all browsers render custom fonts the same way or even correctly, so you potentially run that risk. Also, using custom fonts means anybody going to your site has to wait for the browser to download the custom font first, then render the site. Where as with generic fonts it doesn’t. And that’s costly, it takes time and bandwidth. Lastly, a huge proportion of custom fonts are great for banners and flyers and quotes (SHOW INSTAGRAM QUOTE, SHAKE HEAD), but they are absolutely awful for long body text like articles. Their readability is not always the best. With all that said, a lot of people still use them for many different reasons. Trust me, I understand the importance of uniqueness and personality when it comes to design, in fact ColorCode’s website uses a custom font on the hero page, but it comes at a cost. Custom fonts are like a chocolate milkshake. They’re sooo amazing but you really shouldn’t be doing it, unless you are willing to pay the price… Anyway,...I still want you to know how to change fonts. There are 2 things you need to do. Load or “EMBED” the font into the page (assuming it’s a custom font, for generic fonts you can skip this step), THEN change the font-family property in your CSS. How do you load fonts? Using a LINK tag in your HTML… OR…. an @import or @Font-Face statement in your CSS to point to the location of that font. It could be loaded from anywhere on the internet and I’ll show you an example in a second. Again, if you’re using a default font, you don’t need to load anything, because Arial is already available on everybody’s computer/phone/iPad, etc... So,...we’re gonna get some help from our friends over at google fonts to demo this. So head over to fonts.google.com and I’ll show you how. So here it is, a long list of custom fonts for you, pick one and look at the instructions. So I’m gonna pick Roboto and look, it even generates the code for you to embed and then set the font-family. Notice the embed part can be done in a couple of different ways, also the CSS font-family statement can take multiple values separated by a comma. This means hey, Mr. Browser, if you can’t find the first one for whatever reason, cuz it’s a fancy one, go to the next one, if you can’t find that one either, keep going until you get to one that you CAN render. You always wanna have backups in case your custom font can’t be loaded. So, in the next video I’m gonna update our Profile page to use Google Fonts. It’ll be our last demo in this course and it’ll instantly make our page look much more professional, see you there.
Views: 328 ColorCode
CSS : phoon too much for zblock [FULL HD] bunnyhop fragmovie
 
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JKLive | It's sad that we are trying to politicise and tribalise war on Graft [Part 1]
 
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JKLive | It's sad that we are trying to politicise and tribalise war on Graft [Part 1] Citizen TV is Kenya's leading television station commanding an audience reach of over 60% and in its over 12 years of existence as a pioneer brand for the Royal Media Services (RMS), it has set footprints across the country leaving no region uncovered. This is your ideal channel for the latest and breaking news, top stories, politics, business, sports, lifestyle and entertainment from Kenya and around the world. Follow us: http://citizentv.co.ke https://twitter.com/citizentvkenya https://www.facebook.com/Citizentvkenya https://plus.google.com/+CitizenTVKenya https://instagram.com/citizentvkenya
Views: 22025 Kenya CitizenTV
Page Loading Screen Document Preloader Tutorial JavaScript CSS HTML
 
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Lesson Code: http://www.developphp.com/video/JavaScript/Page-Loading-Screen-Document-Preloader-Tutorial Learn how to apply a loading screen overlay to your web pages and documents using HTML, CSS and JavaScript. I will just demonstrate something simple that you guys can expand upon if interested. You can choose to add animated preloader graphics, but make sure they are extremely fast loading so they show up instantly.
Views: 130816 Adam Khoury
Understanding the Box Model
 
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This is for a class I teach so if you're not in the class some may be out of context but hopefully still helpful. The video shows how the Box Model works. It's an essential part of understanding how to do layout on the web using CSS. This video is part 1 of a 3 parter. The whole series is designed to help you learn how the 960 grid system works but the first two, including this one, are applicable to all web development. How the Box Model works this video How CSS Floating Works http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IiJzbXzOdHQ How the 960 Grid System Works http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QbShYaK4sf8
Views: 18700 Christopher Stein
Getting Rid of the Jr. — CSS Wizardry
 
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In this episode I go over some serious CSS selector mistakes that I made on this very day! The goal was to select all but the first and last children. We go from this: & *›:not(:first-child), & *›:not(:last-child) to this: › *:not(:first-child):not(:last-child) Here's why: - & was not needed - *› were in the wrong order - With the leading `*`, you're selecting any direct descendants of any children of the parent - a space was needed between these › * - and since I am doing a , the first selector is including the last and the last selector including the first, so I might as well just say *
Views: 84 Alyssa Nicoll
HTML and CSS For Beginners Part 4 - Colt Steele
 
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Explore the full course on Udemy (special discount included in the link): https://www.udemy.com/the-web-developer-bootcamp/?couponCode=WEBDEVBOOTCAMP_UYT Learn the basics of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript in this 4-part crash course for beginners. Are you curious about web development, but not sure where to start? Want to make your own websites? Should you learn JavaScript first? Or is it better to start with HTML? It can be overwhelming. This course will help get you started in just 4 short videos. Learn what each of the 3 frontend technologies is responsible for, see how they work together, and write your own code! Along the way, we will build a complete project that incorporates all three technologies. Links mentioned in the video: - Starter Code: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1w1_qZfEWIbCMtFZh5P01Ya7ob1IOiQjS - Solution Code: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1QiGQLI4i8rQRAyh_QwVV6k8-LoSXoxGN This course is for anyone, regardless of skill level. The only prerequisites are: * Have a computer with Internet * Commit 45 minutes of your time (does not have to be all at once) * Brace yourself for photos of my grumpy cat Part 1 of the Crash Course covers: * What are HTML/CSS/JS? * How do the 3 technologies work together? * Inspecting the HTML on an existing web page Part 2 of the Crash Course covers: * What are the steps to build an HTML document? * Developer tools like Sublime Text * Writing your own HTML tags * HTML Attributes * Creating the HTML of our project Part 3 of the Crash Course covers: * Selecting and styling elements with CSS * Linking CSS to HTML documents * Adding IDs to HTML to style later * Adding CSS to our project Part 4 of the Crash Course covers: * Writing simple JavaScript code * Adding scripts to HTML documents * Selecting DOM Elements with JS * Writing click event listeners * Adding JS to our project, to make the image slideshow work. #HTML #CSS #JS #JavaScript #WebDevelopment #WebDev #Programming #Beginner #ColtSteele #LearnToCode #IHateHashtags
Views: 10423 Udemy Tech
HTML5 and CSS 101: Hypertext Markup Language - 18. The DIV element
 
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Additional videos for this title: http://j.mp/Q00110 HTML5 and CSS 101: Hypertext Markup Language  by WickedlySmart Video 18 of 27 for HTML5 and CSS 101: Hypertext Markup Language  We all spend a lot of time visiting websites. It's where we get information, learn new skills (like at MPV!) and do our shopping. A well-designed web site is much like a beautiful house, with its well-planned layout and attractive look & feel that makes it appealing and comfortable. Great web design is what Eric Freeman and Elisabeth Robson are all about! And in this coursethe second course of their multi-part series covering HTML and CSSyou'll start creating your "home on the web", step by step, using nothing but a text editor! Think of a website's wireframe as an architects blueprint: this is where you decide where everything will go and what space it will occupy. Like building a house, it's important to get your website mapped out and diagrammed before you start putting in the all-important contents! Elisabeth and Eric show you the ins and outs of this process and explain all the important things you need to keep in mind during a sites design phase. Next it's time to start adding the details that give your site its unique look: CSS to the rescue! Our web design experts walk you through the writing of your first line of CSS, to give you a taste of what's to come...on your way to creating an awesome-looking and fully functional website! Stay tuned for the next part of this multi-course series on HTML and CSS and be sure to check out our ever-expanding library of web design courses below: More info on this title: http://j.mp/Q00110
Views: 8120 macProVideoDotCom
HTML and CSS basic coding and writing code for beginners
 
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Learn the basics of writing HTML and CSS code here! In this tutorial I cover seting up your first page and linking it to an external style sheet using CSS. I also start to begin to style the page. This is a very fast tutorial, but if you follow along you begin to see the patterns and I go over some of the more confusing elements in detail. Be sure to check out http://www.neacedesign.com for more about me! Thank you!!!
Views: 191220 NeaceDesign
How to create Transparent Drop Down Navigation Menu with HTML and CSS
 
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Please watch: "Python Recursion ||| Python Tutorial ||| Python Programming #13" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ydbk7o2sK84 --~-- Hii,friends In this video we are going to learn how to create a transparent navigation menu with HTML and CSS that's gonna look like this , Steps:- I created a new folder and inside this folder have this nature that jpg file that you just thought you can use any background you want otherwise you can download this file in the description of this video I'm going to create two files here index.html as well as style.css and i'm good i'm going to open the files in the text editor of my choice which is Dreamweaver ok so now we're ready to create our navigation menu so for the HTML i'm going to use the HTML opening closing tags right away and then i'm going to inciude the stylesheet right away as well using a link tag with a trap attribute and i'm going to provide the path where his style is located i'm going to say a rail which is another attribute and i'm going to say stylesheet because ok so this navigation bar is going to consist of a bunch of you LOL and LI tags which has which means unordered list and list items so here's what we're going to be creating out let's create the first unordered list and this another list is going to be our main menu so when I have stuff like home about thanks to do contact and let sexually add another one here called news so this is going to be our main menu let's see what this looks like right now by open it inside the browser so you can see that this is just a unordered list pure and impure HTML right now so there's not no menu at this point and we're going to add the old style inside our style.css but for but first let's go ahead and all the submenu items as well so home is not going to have any sub menu items because it's just a home link but the about list item is going to have other sub menus so inside this Li tags we want to add another unordered list so let's go ahead and do that now and we just okay so for this another list want to have stuff like our team campsites condition and vision so you just put whatever you want for these doesn't really matter i just want to show you guys that this is inside this Li about tagged by doing these tabs here ok so you can see that these this ally we're still inside the a lie about so that you always put it inside of this Li list item becoz it's going to have all the sub elements and if I view this in a browser Oh save it first five you this in the browser you can see how these list items are in fact under news about so those are going to be our sub menu items ok so let's do the same thing for thing s to do make sure you're inside the lis tag i'm just going to copy all of these here and then i'm going to replace those with some other many's many texts activites parks shops fix that one right there shops and events and let's go ahead and add more to contact make sure inside the list item copy some of those tags already created and i'm just going to have to for the can contact so map and directions ok let's see what it looks like so far and as you can see this is our complete navigation bar with submenus without all the styling so all the HTML content is ready now we're going to write all the CSS for it ok os let's apply the background image first becoz it's just gonna look at make it look pretty right away i'm using nature that jpg whatever no-repeat on it and for the background sighs i'm going to put cover which is going to adjust it to the image screen and it's going to cover the whole background of our browser and for a font family right away i want to say finally aerial let's see what it looks like okay you can see that it added the background image and change the font the font family or font whatever font and just change the fund okay next up let's make sure our unordered list doesn't have any margins or padding by setting in 20 and also put the list style to non because we don't
Views: 160 Meet Bhatt
From Adobe XD Prototype to HTML, CSS & JS - Making an Animated Mega Menu
 
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Check out Bookmark.com - https://goo.gl/mup5Av Today's Question: Do you use any tools or plugins for CSS animations? -- It's a lengthy one today! But a great one, because many of you ask me how to take your UI prototypes made in Adobe XD and make them a reality in the browser. Today, I'm delivering! We're going to create a large overlay menu (sometimes referred to as a "mega menu") first in Adobe XD, exactly as it should appear in the browser. Then, we'll step inside the code editor and make it a reality with HTML, CSS and vanilla JavaScript. So, instead of the usual formula of just covering an html tutorial, css tutorial, javascript tutorial, or adobe xd tutorial -- We're covering everything in mega tutorial! Let's get started! - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Subscribe for NEW VIDEOS! My site: https://coursetro.com My personal FB account: http://fb.com/logodesigner Coursetro FB: http://fb.com/coursetro Coursetro's Twitter: http://twitter.com/designcoursecom Join my Discord! https://discord.gg/a27CKAF ^-Chat with me and others - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Who is Gary Simon? Well, I'm a full stack developer with 2+ decades experience and I teach people how to design and code. I've created around 100+ courses for big brands like LinkedIn, Lynda.com, Pluralsight and Envato Network. Now, I focus all of my time and energy on this channel and my website Coursetro.com. Come to my discord server or add me on social media and say Hi!
Views: 101187 DesignCourse